The African Cup of Nations tournament was expected to bring relief after the post-election crisis in Gabon.
by Andy Richardson
by Nicolas Haque
Gabon24 Sep 2016 04:33 GMT
Opposition candidate Jean Ping had alleged fraud and appealed against Bongo's victory in the August election.
Gabon23 Sep 2016 11:48 GMT
Court to rule on who will be president after disputed election resulted in violent protests and a political crisis.
Gabon10 Sep 2016 09:06 GMT
Opposition leader Ping says judges must choose between stability and instability when weighing call to nullify result.
Gabon08 Sep 2016 21:36 GMT
Jean Ping lodges complaint with Constitutional Court contesting the official results of last month's presidential vote.
Gabon08 Sep 2016 04:21 GMT
President accuses EU observation mission of bias and insists that only the country's top court can order a recount.
Gabon06 Sep 2016 19:35 GMT
Election observers say "integrity" of result has been compromised by "clear anomaly" in country's Haut-Ogooue province.
Politics06 Sep 2016 15:11 GMT
Seraphin Moundounga resigns over government's failure to organise recount as President Bongo's win touches off riots.
Gabon04 Sep 2016 09:58 GMT
Ping, who narrowly lost presidential vote, urges supporters to end violence as post-election unrest claims more lives.
Politics03 Sep 2016 06:03 GMT
As country reels from violence after disputed result, opposition leader Jean Ping renews claim that he won the vote.
Gabon02 Sep 2016 09:51 GMT
Al Jazeera blocked from areas where rallies are held as clashes between protesters and police see more people killed.
Gabon01 Sep 2016 11:02 GMT
Jean Ping demands a recount under supervision of international monitors, as fresh clashes rock capital city.
Politics01 Sep 2016 09:12 GMT
Protests in capital Libreville turn violent as supporters of opposition leader Jean Ping say the vote was "stolen".
Politics31 Aug 2016 18:28 GMT
Protests erupt as supporters of presidential challenger Jean Ping say the vote was "stolen".
Gabon29 Aug 2016 06:54 GMT
Jean Ping claims victory as incumbent President Ali Bongo says he is "calmly" awaiting Tuesday's official result.
Politics27 Aug 2016 19:36 GMT
Voters in the country to decide whether President Ali Bongo will remain in office or be unseated by a career diplomat.
by Susan Abulhawa
by Donald Kaberuka
- Jim Leape
by Belen Fernandez
by Charlotte Silver
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