Protesters set up a barricade in the Nstara district of Libreville on September 1, 2016. / AFP / MARCO LONGARI
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Two men died after overnight clashes in Gabon's capital Libreville between security forces and demonstrators protesting after President Ali Bongo was declared the winner of a contested election, witnesses and an AFP journalist said.In the Libreville district of Nzeng Ayong, another AFP correspondent saw dozens of protesters carrying the body of a 30-year-old wrapped in a flag of the central African nation.His mother told AFP he was shot in front of his home Thursday night.
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