According to BBC, Mr Bongo was declared the victor by a narrow margin last Wednesday, but the opposition say the poll was fraudulent. Bongo, whose family has ruled Gabon for almost half a century, was declared the victor of the August 27 election by a slender margin of less than 6,000 votes over his rival, Jean Ping.
Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba addresses the media at Nairobi National Park near Nairobi, Kenya, April 30, 2016. The opposition questions the results from Bongo's home province, Haut-Ogooue, where the voter turnout was 99.93 percent and Bongo received 95 percent of those votes.
He said Iranian leaders were "followers of magus", a term that refers to Zoroastrianism, the dominant belief in Persia until the Muslim Arab invasion of today's Iran thirteen centuries ago. Iran has long attempted to politicise the Hajj , Batarfi said, including political marches at the pilgrimage against the US, Israel and Jews that "were not acceptable".
According to sources, this is the dominant view of the all-party delegation which returned to the national capital yesterday after paying a two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir. The delegation was in Srinagar on Sunday and had visited Jammu before returning to Delhi. He said Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti invited separatists for talks to end the ongoing unrest in Kashmir , but they refused to budge.
Countless more who fled damaged homes - or even the ones without any heavy damage - went to stay with relatives in Rome and other Italian cities. People attend a mass funeral service for victims of the quake, at a gymnasium arranged in a chapel in Ascoli Piceno .
The panda bear will remain listed as "vulnerable" on the IUCN's "Red List", which classifies species according to population sizes and threats they are facing. The improved status does show that the government's effort to help conserve the panda have been effective. Climate change may pose the most dire threat to their livelihood, as it could destroy some 35 percent of their bamboo forest habitat in years to come.
You can go to hell", Justice Khehar said. "We are now once bitten twice shy", the Bench observed, rejecting Mr. Ruia's plea to travel for business. Indian authorities want him to return to face legal proceedings, but he refused and has been represented in courts by lawyers.
But U.S. officials said the incident actually stemmed more from a mix-up over finding a driver for the staircase-on-wheels who could communicate in English with the U.S. Putin has denied his government was involved, but cheered the release of the information. There is an apparent role-reversal between Putin and Obama with reference to Erdogan.
The FBI said it can not be sure foreign entities did not gain access to classified material Clinton sent or received while serving as President Barack Obama's first secretary of state. In the report , released today (Sept. 2), the agency disclosed its finding that Clinton "used in succession 11 e-mail capable BlackBerry mobile devices", eight of which she used while at the State Department.
There's no rest for the presidential candidates . While Labor Day has traditionally been the kickoff to the fall campaign, both Clinton and Trump have been locked in an intense back-and-forth throughout the summer. While they will appear separately and not be on stage at the same time , it could serve as a warm-up to their highly-anticipated first presidential debate on Sep.
In August, he said the USA ambassador to the Philippines was "gay" and the "son of a whore" because the diplomat criticized Duterte's suggestion he would have liked to have been the first to rape a missionary who was gang raped and killed in the president's hometown of Davao in the 1980s.
The border town of Jarablus, which Syrian rebels and Turkish forces recently recaptured from the terror group, is a critical location for supplies, money and fighters coming in and out of ISIS-held areas. Turkey views those Kurdish militias as an offshoot of its own Kurdish insurgent group-the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK-and fears the Syrian Kurds want to create an autonomous Kurdish state in the border region.
Putin, who has won praise and a pledge to improve ties from Trump while facing attacks from Clinton, stuck repeatedly to his position that he has no preferred candidate and would work with whoever wins. Clinton is ahead in the polls against Trump, who's promised to improve ties with Russian Federation to fight common threats such as Islamic State and praised Putin's leadership.
Putin said . "The important thing is the content that was given to the public". "No, I don't know anything about that", Putin said in a jocular tone, raising an eyebrow as he answered the question. Clinton's campaign manager, Robert Mook, has suggested that Trump may be a "puppet" for the Kremlin. Trump has complimented Putin on several occasions, going so far as to say he was a stronger leader than President Barack Obama.
Wisconsin's Eric Steffes catches a pass with LSU's Tashawn Bower defending during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. Wisconsin and LSU , historically, have faced each other three times, and at the end of each, LSU has walked away the victor. "When he has to stick it in there, he can stick it in there".
Obama said he asked his staff to determine if meeting with Duterte while in Laos would still be productive. Duterte's statement on Tuesday in Laos struck a much more conciliatory tone, saying both sides would hold face-to-face talks "at a later date".
In Hwang's case, unspecified "policy proposals he had pushed for were seen as a direct challenge to the Kim Jong Un leadership", says the source . Kim Jong-un has executed a senior North Korean official by firing squad because he did not sit properly during a meeting.
David Davis also told parliament that Britain does not need to be a member of the EU's single market to have access to it. She said the prime minister remains "ambitious" to "go after the best deal that we can get for the U.K." and that planning for negotiations on leaving the bloc is continuing.
Security forces blocked all roads leading to the Shar-e Naw neighbourhood throughout the operation to end the siege. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said on Twitter the defence ministry was the object of the first attack, while police were targeted in the second.
Local media reported that the missing workers are Palestinian citizens of Israel and Palestinian residents of the West Bank. Israel Railways director Boaz Tzafrir says he expects 4,000 passengers during rush hour, 50,000 per day and more than 10 million a year on the new service.
The investment manager behind the legal challenge has said many British voters were fooled into backing Brexit without realising there was no credible plan. Commenting on Prof. Brooke's opinions, UKIP MEP Bill Etheridge said it is clear Project Fear is still "alive and kicking", adding that it was the professor who was talking "gobbledygook" as UKIP would strive to ensure Brexit will be a reality.
BA had to apologise in July after computer glitches in check-in systems also delayed passengers. The spokesperson declined to say how extensive the delays were due to the computer glitch, but travel tracker website Flight Aware lists that there were 261 British Airways flight delays as of 10:35 a.m.
The MHA wants to send a strong message that those provoking youths in Kashmir to resort to violence will not be spared, sources said. Repelling the notion that the all-party delegation visit to Jammu and Kashmir was a "failure", the Home Minister had yesterday said the delegation will now meet in Delhi to chalk out an action plan for the government on measures that it needed to take in future in Jammu and Kashmir.
Khamenei also urged Muslims around the world to reconsider Saudi Arabia's custodianship and management of Islam's holiest sites, including in Mecca where the Hajj is performed. The ideological enemies exchanged accusations previous year over a stampede that claimed the lives of over 780 pilgrims, 400 of which were Iranians.
On Tuesday, Duterte issued a statement expressing regret over the outburst, while his aides downplayed the cancellation and appeared to blame the media for provoking the Philippine leader. "Nobody but nobody. You must be respectful". "You just can not shoot a statement against the president of any country". Using the Tagalog phrase for "son of a b****", he said: "Putang ina I will swear at you in that forum".
The council gave no indication of what "further significant measures" it might take. The council's swift agreement on the statement could be a sign of Beijing's growing frustration with its rogue ally. " North Korea needs to know that provocations will only invite more pressure and further deepen its isolation", he told reporters after meeting Park in Vientiane.
In an interview with French radio station RTL on Tuesday, Valls suggested that a recount might reduce tensions in the country. The European Union observers have also criticized the vote for lacking transparency. The violence has also raised worldwide concern, with the African Union expressing its readiness to help the warring parties find a solution to the conflict.
Several pro-independence candidates have won seats in Hong Kong's legislative election - the first since the so-called Umbrella Revolution of 2014 - which saw a record turnout in the Chinese-controlled city. Sunday's election was the first Legislative Council poll since the 2014 Occupy protests, where thousands of citizens blocked streets for 79 days, angered at the unwillingness of Beijing and the Hong Kong government to let the territory's citizens nominate their own candidates for chief ...
Sen. Tim Kaine addressed about 200 supporters Tuesday inside the Historic Hannah Block USO Building in downtown Wilmington. The biggest area of focus on the CNN poll was that half of those surveyed were white Americans without a college degree, a number that Trump typically does well with.
Prime Minister Theresa May has not provided a date for when she will trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to formally begin the Brexit process, but it is expected to happen in the first half of 2017. The working group will meet twice a year and "focus on scoping out the parameters of a future ambitious and comprehensive Australia-UK free trade agreement", the UK's Department for International Trade said in a statement .
Tropical wave 99L continues to move toward Southwest Florida, but uncertainty remains about where and how strong it will be by early next week. "Heavy rains and gusty winds could begin over the weekend and continue through early next week", the Miami-based Hurricane Center said in an advisory issued early Friday.
Some 5,000 USA and Turkish-backed Syrian rebels have crossed into northern Syria from Turkey to participate in the so-called Euphrates Shield operation, according to local journalist Adnan al-Hussein, who is embedded with the groups. The city has been contested since summer 2012. "Even before the revolution it was carefully guarded", said opposition media activist Yousef al-Boustani, referring to the 2011 uprising against President Bashar Assad, which began with peaceful protests.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives at the Quad Cities International Airport after a campaign stop in Cleveland. Trump received backlash last summer for calling Mexican immigrants "rapists" and criminals in his speech announcing he was running for president.
The ruling followed a two-year investigation which concluded that the level of tax that Apple was paying in the Irish Republic, where its European Union HQ is located and through which EU sales are channelled, amounted to illegal state aid.
Reportedly, the prosecution in the criminal sexual assault case against Cosby may allow as many as 13 of his alleged victims to testify against him during the trial in order to prove that Bill Cosby engaged in a pattern of behavior that involved the frequent drugging and sexual assault of women.