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SOCCER-NATIONS/
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February 12, 2012 
Dancers perform during the closing ceremony of the Africa Cup of Nations before the final match between... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Dancers perform during the closing ceremony of the Africa Cup of Nations before the final match between... 
Dancers perform during the closing ceremony of the Africa Cup of Nations before the final match between Zambia and Ivory Coast at the Stade De L'Amitie Stadium in Libreville February 12, 2012. The person pictured is Omar Bongo, the father of Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (GABON - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) 
SOCCER-NATIONS/
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January 27, 2012 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo Ondimba (C) attends their African Cup of Nations Group C soccer match against... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo Ondimba attends their African Cup of Nations soccer match against Morocco... 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo Ondimba (C) attends their African Cup of Nations Group C soccer match against Morocco at the Stade De L'Amitie Stadium in Libreville January 27, 2012. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (GABON - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) 
GABON/
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February 24, 2010 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo (2nd L) lay a wreath at the... 
Franceville, Gabon 
France's President Sarkozy and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo lay a wreath at the mausoleum of former... 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo (2nd L) lay a wreath at the mausoleum of former Gabon's President Omar Bongo during a ceremony in Franceville February 24, 2010. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (GABON - Tags: POLITICS) 
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February 24, 2010 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo (R) review troops during a... 
Franceville, Gabon 
France's President Sarkozy and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo review troops during a ceremony in Franceville... 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo (R) review troops during a ceremony at the mausoleum of former Gabon's President Omar Bongo in Franceville February 24, 2010. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (GABON - Tags: POLITICS) 
GABON/
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February 24, 2010 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo (L) review troops during a... 
Franceville, Gabon 
France's President Sarkozy and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo review troops during a ceremony in Franceville... 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo (L) review troops during a ceremony at the mausoleum of former Gabon's President Omar Bongo in Franceville, Gabon, February 24, 2010. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (GABON - Tags: POLITICS) 
GABON/
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February 24, 2010 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo (2nd L) lay a wreath at the... 
Franceville, Gabon 
France's President Sarkozy and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo lay a wreath at the mausoleum of former... 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and Gabon's President Ali Ben Bongo (2nd L) lay a wreath at the mausoleum of former Gabon's President Omar Bongo during a ceremony in Franceville, Gabon, February 24, 2010. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (GABON - Tags: POLITICS) 
WITNESS/GABON-ELECTION/
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August 30, 2009 
A poster of Ali Ben Bongo, the ruling party candidate and son of the former president, is displayed in... 
Libreville, Gabon 
To match WITNESS/GABON-ELECTION 
A poster of Ali Ben Bongo, the ruling party candidate and son of the former president, is displayed in Libreville, in this August 23, 2009 file photo. As soon as you get out of Libreville's international airport, he is there. Images of "Ali" -- the son of late President Omar Bongo who is front-runner to to succeed him in the August 30 presidential election -- dominate the city. To match WITNESS/GABON-ELECTION REUTERS/Daniel Magnowski/Files (GABON POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
GABON-ELECTIONS/
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August 24, 2009 
A man walks past election posters for Zacharie Myboto, one of the 23 declared presidential candidates... 
Libreville, Gabon 
A man walks past election posters of presidential candidate Myboto for Sunday's poll in the Libreville... 
A man walks past election posters for Zacharie Myboto, one of the 23 declared presidential candidates for Sunday's poll, in the capital Libreville, August 22, 2009. The winner of Gabon's August 30 presidential election will have to tackle a stretched budget and an oil economy in long-term decline, but international partners are unlikely to see a shift from investor-friendly policies. None of the candidates standing to succeed Omar Bongo, who towered over the central west African state for four decades until he died in June, have suggested Gabon should deviate from its bond buyback programme or tap investors for extra cash. Picture taken August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel Magnowski (GABON POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
GABON-ELECTIONS/
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August 24, 2009 
A giant poster of Ali Ben Bongo, the ruling party candidate and son of the former president, is seen... 
Libreville, Gabon 
A giant poster of Ali Ben Bongo, the ruling party candidate and son of the former president, is seen... 
A giant poster of Ali Ben Bongo, the ruling party candidate and son of the former president, is seen in the capital Libreville, August 23, 2009. The winner of Gabon's August 30 presidential election will have to tackle a stretched budget and an oil economy in long-term decline, but international partners are unlikely to see a shift from investor-friendly policies. None of the candidates standing to succeed Omar Bongo, who towered over the central west African state for four decades until he died in June, have suggested Gabon should deviate from its bond buyback programme or tap investors for extra cash. Ali Ben Bongo is also the favourite for Sunday's poll among the 23 declared presidential candidates. Picture taken August 23, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel Magnowski (GABON POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
GABON/
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June 17, 2009 
Gabon's interim leader Rose Francine Rogombe addresses mourners at the funeral of President Omar Bongo... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Gabon's interim leader Francine Rogombe addresses mourners at funeral of President Bongo in Libreville... 
Gabon's interim leader Rose Francine Rogombe addresses mourners at the funeral of President Omar Bongo in Libreville June 16, 2009. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of Bongo after more than four decades in power. Picture taken June 16, 2009. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Stringer (GABON POLITICS HEADSHOT) 
GABON/
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June 17, 2009 
Ali Ben Bongo, Gabon's Defence Minister and the son of late President Omar Bongo, addresses mourners... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Gabon's Defence Minister Ali Ben Bongo addresses mourners at his father's funeral in Libreville 
Ali Ben Bongo, Gabon's Defence Minister and the son of late President Omar Bongo, addresses mourners at his father's funeral in Libreville June 16, 2009. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of President Bongo after more than four decades in power. Picture taken June 16, 2009. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Stringer (GABON POLITICS HEADSHOT) 
GABON
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June 16, 2009 
China's Deputy Prime Minister Zhang Dejiang sign the book of condolences during the funeral of President... 
Libreville, Gabon 
China's Deputy Prime Minister Dejiang sign the book of condolences during the funeral of President Omar... 
China's Deputy Prime Minister Zhang Dejiang sign the book of condolences during the funeral of President Omar Bongo in Libreville, June 16, 2009. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of President Omar Bongo after more than four decades in power. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON OBITUARY POLITICS) 
GABON
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June 16, 2009 
Former French President Jacques Chirac (R) listens to former Senegalese President Abdou Diouf during... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Former French President Chirac listens to former Senegalese President Diouf during the funeral of Gabon's... 
Former French President Jacques Chirac (R) listens to former Senegalese President Abdou Diouf during the funeral of Gabon's President Omar Bongo in Libreville, June 16, 2009. Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of President Omar Bongo after more than four decades in power. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON OBITUARY POLITICS) 
GABON
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June 16, 2009 
A Gabonese mourner cries as the coffin of President Omar Bongo passes during the funeral procession in... 
Libreville, Gabon 
A Gabonese mourner cries as the coffin of President Omar Bongo passes during the funeral procession in... 
A Gabonese mourner cries as the coffin of President Omar Bongo passes during the funeral procession in Libreville, June 16, 2009. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of President Omar Bongo after more than four decades in power. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON OBITUARY POLITICS) 
GABON
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June 16, 2009 
Gabonese mourners cry as the coffin of President Omar Bongo passes during the funeral procession in Libreville,... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Gabonese mourners cry as the coffin of President Omar Bongo passes during the funeral procession in Libreville... 
Gabonese mourners cry as the coffin of President Omar Bongo passes during the funeral procession in Libreville, June 16, 2009. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of President Omar Bongo after more than four decades in power. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON OBITUARY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GABON
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June 16, 2009 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and former French president Jacques Chirac pay their last respects... 
Libreville, Gabon 
France's President Sarkozy and former president Chirac pay their last respects after laying a wreath... 
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and former French president Jacques Chirac pay their last respects after laying a wreath at the coffin of President Omar Bongo during the funeral in Libreville, June 16, 2009. Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of President Omar Bongo after more than four decades in power. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON OBITUARY POLITICS) 
GABON
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June 16, 2009 
Gabonese officials escort the coffin of President Omar Bongo during the funeral from the presidential... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Gabonese officials escort the coffin of President Omar Bongo during the funeral from the presidential... 
Gabonese officials escort the coffin of President Omar Bongo during the funeral from the presidential palace in Libreville, June 16, 2009. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of President Omar Bongo after more than four decades in power. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON OBITUARY POLITICS) 
GABON
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June 16, 2009 
Gabonese pallbearers carry the coffin of President Omar Bongo during the funeral from the presidential... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Gabonese pallbearers carry the coffin of President Omar Bongo during the funeral from the presidential... 
Gabonese pallbearers carry the coffin of President Omar Bongo during the funeral from the presidential palace in Libreville, June 16, 2009. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a dozen heads of state from around Africa gathered in Gabon on Tuesday to mark the death of President Omar Bongo after more than four decades in power. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON OBITUARY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GABON-BONGO
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June 13, 2009 
Mourners react as the casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Mourners react as the casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported... 
Mourners react as the casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported through the streets of Libreville, June 11, 2009. The death of President Omar Bongo, Africa's longest-serving head of state, left a power vacuum at the head of the central African nation that he tightly controlled for over four decades and, with a well-developed oil industry and a Eurobond, investors are watching carefully for signs of trouble. Picture taken June 11, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON POLITICS) 
GABON-BONGO
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June 13, 2009 
The casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported through the streets... 
Libreville, Gabon 
The casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported through the streets... 
The casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported through the streets of Libreville, June 11, 2009. The death of President Omar Bongo, Africa's longest-serving head of state, left a power vacuum at the head of the central African nation that he tightly controlled for over four decades and, with a well-developed oil industry and a Eurobond, investors are watching carefully for signs of trouble. Picture taken June 11, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON POLITICS) 
GABON-BONGO/
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June 13, 2009 
The casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo lies in state at the presidential... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Gabon's late President Omar Bongo's casket lies in state in Libreville 
The casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo lies in state at the presidential palace in Libreville, June 11, 2009. The death of President Omar Bongo, Africa's longest-serving head of state, left a power vacuum at the head of the central African nation that he tightly controlled for over four decades and, with a well-developed oil industry and a Eurobond, investors are watching carefully for signs of trouble. Picture taken June 11, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GABON-BONGO
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June 13, 2009 
Mourners gesture as the casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Mourners gesture as the casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported... 
Mourners gesture as the casket containing the body of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo is transported through the streets of Libreville, June 11, 2009. The death of President Omar Bongo, Africa's longest-serving head of state, left a power vacuum at the head of the central African nation that he tightly controlled for over four decades and, with a well-developed oil industry and a Eurobond, investors are watching carefully for signs of trouble. Picture taken June 11, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer (GABON POLITICS) 
SPAIN-GABON/
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June 11, 2009 
Relatives of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo mourn during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Relatives of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo mourn during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in... 
Relatives of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo mourn during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in Barcelona June 11, 2009. Bongo, Africa's longest-serving leader, died on June 8 of a heart attack in a Spanish clinic after more than four decades of tight control over the central African oil-producing nation. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN OBITUARY POLITICS) 
SPAIN-GABON/
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June 11, 2009 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo during a farewell ceremony at... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of late Gabon's President Bongo during a farewell ceremony at El Prat... 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in Barcelona June 11, 2009. Bongo, Africa's longest-serving leader, died on June 8 of a heart attack in a Spanish clinic after more than four decades of tight control over the central African oil-producing nation. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN OBITUARY POLITICS) 
SPAIN-GABON/
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June 11, 2009 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo during a farewell ceremony at... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish soldiers carry coffin of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo during farewell ceremony at El Prat... 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in Barcelona June 11, 2009. Bongo, Africa's longest-serving leader, died on June 8 of a heart attack in a Spanish clinic after more than four decades of tight control over the central African oil-producing nation. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN OBITUARY POLITICS) 
SPAIN-GABON/
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June 11, 2009 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo during a farewell ceremony at... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of late Gabon's President Bongo during a farewell ceremony at El Prat... 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in Barcelona June 11, 2009. Bongo, Africa's longest-serving leader, died on June 8 of a heart attack in a Spanish clinic after more than four decades of tight control over the central African oil-producing nation. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN OBITUARY POLITICS) 
SPAIN-GABON/
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June 11, 2009 
A relative of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo mourns during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt... 
Barcelona, Spain 
A relative of late Gabon's President Bongo mourns during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in Barcelona... 
A relative of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo mourns during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in Barcelona June 11, 2009. Bongo, Africa's longest-serving leader, died on June 8 of a heart attack in a Spanish clinic after more than four decades of tight control over the central African oil-producing nation. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN OBITUARY POLITICS) 
SPAIN-GABON
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June 11, 2009 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo during a farewell ceremony at... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish soldiers carry coffin of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo during farewell ceremony at El Prat... 
Spanish soldiers carry the coffin of Gabon's late President Omar Bongo during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in Barcelona June 11, 2009. Bongo, Africa's longest-serving leader, died on June 8 of a heart attack in a Spanish clinic after more than four decades of tight control over the central African oil-producing nation. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN OBITUARY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN-GABON/
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June 11, 2009 
Relatives of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo mourn during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Relatives of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo mourn during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in... 
Relatives of late Gabon's President Omar Bongo mourn during a farewell ceremony at El Prat airpoirt in Barcelona June 11, 2009. Bongo, Africa's longest-serving leader, died on June 8 of a heart attack in a Spanish clinic after more than four decades of tight control over the central African oil-producing nation. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN OBITUARY POLITICS) 
GABON/BONGO
RTR24GC9 
June 08, 2009 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo (R) shakes hands with former French President Jacques Chirac at the French-African... 
Cannes, France 
File picture shows Gabon's President Bongo shaking hands with former French President Chirac at the French-African... 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo (R) shakes hands with former French President Jacques Chirac at the French-African Summit in Cannes, south-eastern France in this file photo taken February 15, 2007. Bongo, Africa's longest-serving leader, died on Monday of a heart attack in a Spanish clinic after more than four decades of tight control over the central African oil-producing nation. REUTERS/Pool/Files (FRANCE POLITICS OBITUARY) 
Obituary
Obituary 
Omar Bongo - 16 Jun 2009 
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SPAIN-GABON/BONGO
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June 08, 2009 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona... 
Barcelona, Spain 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona... 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona June 8, 2009. Bongo is alive and well in the hospital in Spain, Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong said on Monday, after French media reported Africa's longest-serving leader had died. The 73-year-old checked into the clinic in Barcelona in May, officially to rest after the sudden death of his wife. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS HEALTH) 
SPAIN-GABON/BONGO
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June 08, 2009 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona... 
Barcelona, Spain 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona... 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona June 8, 2009. Bongo is alive and well in the hospital in Spain, Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong said on Monday, after French media reported Africa's longest-serving leader had died. The 73-year-old checked into the clinic in Barcelona in May, officially to rest after the sudden death of his wife. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN-GABON/BONGO
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June 08, 2009 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona... 
Barcelona, Spain 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona... 
A view of Quiron hospital where Gabon's President Omar Bongo has been hospitalized since May, in Barcelona June 8, 2009. Bongo is alive and well in the hospital in Spain, Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong said on Monday, after French media reported Africa's longest-serving leader had died. The 73-year-old checked into the clinic in Barcelona in May, officially to rest after the sudden death of his wife. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS HEALTH) 
SPAIN-GABON/BONGO
RTR24FQS 
June 08, 2009 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong attends a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona June... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong attends a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong attends a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona June 8, 2009. Gabon's President Omar Bongo is alive and well in a hospital in Spain, Ndong said on Monday, after French media reported the African leader had died. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN-GABON/BONGO
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June 08, 2009 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong addresses a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong addresses a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona... 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong addresses a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona June 8, 2009. Gabon's President Omar Bongo is alive and well in a hospital in Spain, Ndong said on Monday, after French media reported the African leader had died. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS HEALTH) 
SPAIN-GABON/BONGO
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June 08, 2009 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong leaves a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona June... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong leaves a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong leaves a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona June 8, 2009. Gabon's President Omar Bongo is alive and well in a hospital in Spain, Ndong said on Monday, after French media reported the African leader had died. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS HEALTH) 
SPAIN-GABON/BONGO
RTR24FPB 
June 08, 2009 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong addresses a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong addresses a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona... 
Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong addresses a news conference at Quiron Hospital in Barcelona June 8, 2009. Gabon's President Omar Bongo is alive and well in a hospital in Spain, Ndong said on Monday, after French media reported the African leader had died. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS HEALTH) 
GABON/BONGO
RTXKROC 
May 21, 2009 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona, May 21, 2009. President Omar Bongo of Gabon, Africa's... 
Barcelona, Spain 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona, May 21, 2009. President Omar Bongo of Gabon, Africa's longest-serving ruler, is seriously ill in a hospital near Barcelona, a Spanish Foreign Ministry source said on Thursday. Concerns over the health of the 73-year-old Bongo, who has ruled the West African oil-producing state since 1967, have mounted since his unprecedented move to suspend his functions as head of state earlier this month, citing the need to rest. "He's in hospital here and currently his condition is stable but serious," the source said. Separately the Quiron Clinic in Barcelona said Bongo was there but gave no further details REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS) 
GABON/BONGO
RTXKRO9 
May 21, 2009 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona, May 21, 2009. President Omar Bongo of Gabon, Africa's... 
Barcelona, Spain 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona, May 21, 2009. President Omar Bongo of Gabon, Africa's longest-serving ruler, is seriously ill in a hospital near Barcelona, a Spanish Foreign Ministry source said on Thursday. Concerns over the health of the 73-year-old Bongo, who has ruled the West African oil-producing state since 1967, have mounted since his unprecedented move to suspend his functions as head of state earlier this month, citing the need to rest. "He's in hospital here and currently his condition is stable but serious," the source said. Separately the Quiron Clinic in Barcelona said Bongo was there but gave no further details REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS) 
GABON/BONGO
RTXKRO8 
May 21, 2009 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona, May 21, 2009. President Omar Bongo of Gabon, Africa's... 
Barcelona, Spain 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona 
General view of the Quiron hospital in Barcelona, May 21, 2009. President Omar Bongo of Gabon, Africa's longest-serving ruler, is seriously ill in a hospital near Barcelona, a Spanish Foreign Ministry source said on Thursday. Concerns over the health of the 73-year-old Bongo, who has ruled the West African oil-producing state since 1967, have mounted since his unprecedented move to suspend his functions as head of state earlier this month, citing the need to rest. "He's in hospital here and currently his condition is stable but serious," the source said. Separately the Quiron Clinic in Barcelona said Bongo was there but gave no further details REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS) 
GABON/BONGO
RTXKRO6 
May 21, 2009 
General view of the Quiron clinic in Barcelona, May 21, 2009. President Omar Bongo of Gabon, Africa's... 
Barcelona, Spain 
General view of the Quiron clinic in Barcelona 
General view of the Quiron clinic in Barcelona, May 21, 2009. President Omar Bongo of Gabon, Africa's longest-serving ruler, is seriously ill in a hospital near Barcelona, a Spanish Foreign Ministry source said on Thursday. Concerns over the health of the 73-year-old Bongo, who has ruled the West African oil-producing state since 1967, have mounted since his unprecedented move to suspend his functions as head of state earlier this month, citing the need to rest. "He's in hospital here and currently his condition is stable but serious," the source said. Separately the Quiron Clinic in Barcelona said Bongo was there but gave no further details REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FRANCE-AFRICA/
RTXESL8 
May 06, 2009 
General view of property in Nice, southeastern France, where real estate in the name of Gabon's President... 
Paris, France 
General view of property in Nice in the name Gabon's President Omar Bongo 
General view of property in Nice, southeastern France, where real estate in the name of Gabon's President Omar Bongo, is located, May 6, 2009. A French magistrate has launched a probe into whether the presidents of three African oil-producing countries, Gabon, Congo Republic and Equatorial Guinea, used embezzled public funds to buy luxury homes and cars. REUTERS//Eric Gaillard (FRANCE POLITICS) 
FRANCE-AFRICA/
RTXESL3 
May 06, 2009 
General view of property on the rue Scuderi in Nice, southeastern France, where real estate in the name... 
Paris, France 
General view of property on the rue Scuderi in Nice in the name of a son of Gabon's President Omar Bongo... 
General view of property on the rue Scuderi in Nice, southeastern France, where real estate in the name of a son of Gabon's President Omar Bongo, is located, May 6, 2009. A French magistrate has launched a probe into whether the presidents of three African oil-producing countries, Gabon, Congo Republic and Equatorial Guinea, used embezzled public funds to buy luxury homes and cars. REUTERS//Eric Gaillard (FRANCE POLITICS) 
FRANCE-AFRICA/
RTXESKC 
May 06, 2009 
General view of the rue Dosne (behind gate) in Paris where a residence in the name of Gabon President... 
Paris, France 
General view of the rue Dosne (behind gate) in Paris where a residence in the name of Gabon President... 
General view of the rue Dosne (behind gate) in Paris where a residence in the name of Gabon President Omar Bongo's wife Edith Lucie Bongo, is located, May 6, 2009. A French magistrate has launched a probe into whether the presidents of three African oil-producing countries, Gabon, Congo Republic and Equatorial Guinea, used embezzled public funds to buy luxury homes and cars. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE POLITICS) 
FRANCE-AFRICA/
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May 06, 2009 
General view of the rue Dosne (behind gate) in Paris where a residence in the name of Gabon President... 
Paris, France 
General view of the rue Dosne (behind gate) in Paris where a residence in the name of Gabon President... 
General view of the rue Dosne (behind gate) in Paris where a residence in the name of Gabon President Omar Bongo's wife Edith Lucie Bongo, is located, May 6, 2009. A French magistrate has launched a probe into whether the presidents of three African oil-producing countries, Gabon, Congo Republic and Equatorial Guinea, used embezzled public funds to buy luxury homes and cars. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE POLITICS) 
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August 09, 2008 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon shakes hands with China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of 8 African... 
Beijing, China 
President Omar Bongo of Gabon shakes hands with China's President Hu Jintao in Beijing 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon shakes hands with China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of 8 African countries and the Chairman of the African Union meet at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse compound in Beijing China August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Adrian Bradshaw/Pool (CHINA) 
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August 09, 2008 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon takes the seat beside China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of... 
Beijing, China 
President Omar Bongo of Gabon sits beside China's President Hu Jintao in Beijing 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon takes the seat beside China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of 8 African countries and the Chairman of the African Union meet at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse compound in Beijing China August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Adrian Bradshaw/Pool (CHINA) 
CHINA/
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August 09, 2008 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon stands beside China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of 8 African... 
Beijing, China 
President Omar Bongo of Gabon stands beside China's President Hu Jintao in Beijing 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon stands beside China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of 8 African countries and the Chairman of the African Union meet at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse compound in Beijing China August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Adrian Bradshaw/Pool (CHINA) 
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August 09, 2008 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon and President Jose Eduardo dos Santos (R) of Angola stand beside China's... 
Beijing, China 
President Omar Bongo of Gabon and President Jose Eduardo dos Santos of Angola stand beside China's President... 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon and President Jose Eduardo dos Santos (R) of Angola stand beside China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of 8 African countries and the Chairman of the African Union meet at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse compound in Beijing China August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Adrian Bradshaw/Pool (CHINA) 
CHINA/
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August 09, 2008 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon takes the seat beside China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of... 
Beijing, China 
President Omar Bongo of Gabon sits beside China's President Hu Jintao in Beijing 
President Omar Bongo (L) of Gabon takes the seat beside China's President Hu Jintao as presidents of 8 African countries and the Chairman of the African Union meet at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse compound in Beijing China August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Adrian Bradshaw/Pool (CHINA) 
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August 07, 2008 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo (C) arrives at Beijing Capital International Airport on August 7, 2008.... 
Beijing, China 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo arrives at Beijing Capital International Airport 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo (C) arrives at Beijing Capital International Airport on August 7, 2008. More than 80 state leaders and royals are expected to attend the opening of the August 8-24 Games. Attendance and non-attendance is a closely watched issue, as rights groups have urged leaders to boycott the Games to protest against China's crackdown on May unrest in Tibet and its ties with the government in Sudan. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
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May 27, 2008 
Japan's Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (R) shakes hands with Gabon's President Omar Bongo during a bilateral... 
Yokohama, Japan 
Japan's PM Fukuda shakes hands with Gabon's President Bongo during a bilateral meeting ahead of TICAD... 
Japan's Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (R) shakes hands with Gabon's President Omar Bongo during a bilateral meeting ahead of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) in Yokohama, near Tokyo, May 27, 2008. REUTERS/Katsumi Kasahara/Pool (JAPAN) 
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March 14, 2008 
Gabon President Omar Bongo leaves a session of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) summit in... 
Dakar, Senegal 
Gabon President Omar leaves a session of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) summit in Dakar... 
Gabon President Omar Bongo leaves a session of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) summit in Dakar March 14, 2008. REUTERS/Normand Blouin (SENEGAL) 
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March 14, 2008 
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir (L) shakes hands with Chad's president Idriss Deby as Gabon... 
Dakar, Senegal 
Sudanese al-Bashir shakes hands with Chad's Deby as Gabon President Bongo, U.N. Secretary-General Ban... 
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir (L) shakes hands with Chad's president Idriss Deby as Gabon President Omar Bongo (bottom left), U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (top) and Senegal's president Abdoulaye Wade (C) look on after the signing of a peace deal during the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) summit in Dakar, March 13, 2008. Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and his Chadian counterpart Idriss Deby signed a peace agreement on Thursday meant to end cross-border rebel attacks in a region which includes Sudan's war-torn Darfur. The signing, witnessed by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Senegal's President Abdoulaye Wade, followed talks in Dakar meant to revive a string of bilateral pacts that have failed to end fighting on both sides of the Chad-Sudan border. REUTERS/Normand Blouin (SENEGAL) 
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March 13, 2008 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo, the world's longest serving head of state, attends the opening session... 
Dakar, Senegal 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo attends the opening session of the Organisation of Islamic Conference summit... 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo, the world's longest serving head of state, attends the opening session of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) summit in Dakar March 13, 2008. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL) 
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December 09, 2007 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo Ondimba arrives for the second day of the EU-Africa summit in Lisbon December... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo Ondimba arrives for second day of EU-Africa summit in Lisbon 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo Ondimba arrives for the second day of the EU-Africa summit in Lisbon December 9, 2007. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL) 
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December 09, 2007 
Libya's President Muammar Gaddafi (L) talks with Gabon President Omar Bongo Ondimba at the end of the... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
Libya's President Muammar Gaddafi talks with Gabon President Omar Bongo Ondimba in Lisbon 
Libya's President Muammar Gaddafi (L) talks with Gabon President Omar Bongo Ondimba at the end of the EU-Africa summit in Lisbon December 9, 2007. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL) 
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December 07, 2007 
A billboard announcing Gabonese President Omar Bongo' 40th anniversary in office is seen on a street... 
Libreville, Gabon 
A billboard announcing Gabonese President Bongo' 40th anniversary in office is seen on street in Libreville... 
A billboard announcing Gabonese President Omar Bongo' 40th anniversary in office is seen on a street in the capital Libreville December 4, 2007. Bongo, Africa's longest serving leader, celebrated his 40th anniversary in power this week. Picture taken December 4, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Flynn (GABON) 
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December 07, 2007 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo attends a ceremony to inaugurate a measles vaccination campaign in the capital... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Gabon's President Bongo attends ceremony to inaugurate measles vaccination campaign in Libreville 
Gabon's President Omar Bongo attends a ceremony to inaugurate a measles vaccination campaign in the capital Libreville December 4, 2007. Bongo, Africa's longest serving leader, celebrated his 40th anniversary in power this week. Picture taken December 4, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Flynn (GABON) 
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