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Gabon doctor who cataloged post-electoral violence detained

DAKAR (Reuters) - A doctor in Gabon who helped treat and catalog injuries inflicted on protesters during the violent aftermath of a disputed August election has been detained for four days, a relative and rights activists said on Monday.
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