UN calls for calm in Gabon

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The UN Security Council has called for calm to be restored in Gabon, where the violence broke out after the election void as a result of Saturday.

Parliament has called on the candidates and their supporters to refrain from intimidation, and resolve their differences in accordance with the law.

The potential for the country have been arrested over a thousand people, the country is poised for a second day at the protests.

The opposition has accused President Ali Bongo to his election.

Three people have died in the country’s capital of Libreville.

President Bongo’s election success for the people of the country, he added that a small group would be able to take power.

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