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Ali Bongo sworn in as Gabon president after disputed win

Ali Bongo was sworn in Tuesday as Gabon's president after the country's constitutional court controversially validated his fiercely contested election victory. "I pledge to devote all my efforts for the good of the Gabonese people and to ensure their well-being... and respect and defend the constitution and the rule of law," the 57-year-old said.
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