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Gabon braces for results in tense election

Residents queue at a bakery in the centre of Gabon's capital Libreville on August 30, 2016 as they rush to stock up on bread fearing unrest ahead the official presidential election resultsA tense Gabon was Tuesday set to learn which of two presidential candidates — former government colleagues and brothers-in-law but now bitter rivals — have won a weekend poll. Both the incumbent Ali Bongo, 57 and career diplomat Jean Ping, 73, have already claimed victory and accused the other of cheating. The interior minister is due to announce official results after the Cenap election commission meets at around 7:00 pm (1800 GMT).

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