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Gabon coup d'État: Ousted president Ali Bongo 'free to go abroad'


Eight days after the coup d'État in Gabon, the country's new military leaders say deposed President can now leave the country. Ali Bongo has been under house arrest since August 30th. He suffered a serious stroke in 2018 and has difficulty moving his right leg. FRANCE 24's Clemence Valler and Natalia Odisharia tell us more.

Added on the 07/09/2023 10:36:18 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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