Bongo’s office says president admitted to hospital with ‘severe fatigue’, while sources tell Reuters he suffered stroke.
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President Ali Bongo of Gabon has been taken into medical care after suffering a bout of exhaustion during a trip to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, four days after he was hospitalised.
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William Oliver Wallace (8 December 1929 – 8 March 2009), known by his stage name Ali Bongo, was a British comedy magician and president of The Magic Circle who performed an act in which he was known as the “Shriek of Araby”.
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The illegal trafficking of wildlife and wildlife products is a blight on humanity. It is cruel, driving species to extinction, and depriving developing countries of their natural heritage and opportunities for future prosperity. This trade – estimated by the European Commission to be worth some 17 billion pounds per year- is big business, run by ruthless networks that thrive on, and create, lawlessness. It is linked to the trafficking of weapons, drugs and the spread of terror.
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“Face to the Nation” , the first talk show since Ali Bongo came to power, aired Thursday, July 30. The Gabonese president has exchanged directly with his people directly. The questions that were deemed “hot” were pre-recorded via
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President Ali Bongo and Freemasonry The grand master of the National Grand Lodge of France (GLNF) installed Ali Bongo as the head of Gabonese Freemasonry, a few years ago. The title was held by the former President Omar Bongo his father. About one thousand influential politicians practice freemasonry in Gabon. Just like his father, […]
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