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Gabon coup attempt: Some celebrate as Ali Bongo under house arrest


Some people in Gabon's capital Libreville took to the streets Wednesday to celebrate following what appeared to be an attempted coup by military officers who said they had placed the country's president Ali Bongo Ondimba under house arrest, reports France 24's correspondent Indra Ayuk.

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