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Gabon lifts travel ban on opposition leaders

Gabon's opposition leaders, including former African Union chief Jean Ping, are free to travel again, the government said on Saturday, nearly a week after banning them from leaving the country.

Gabon bans opposition leaders from leaving the country

Gabon on Sunday announced a ban on opposition leaders, including former top African Union official Jean Ping, from leaving the country in what it said was a “temporary, administrative measure”.

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