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The suspects, identified as Osman Ozpinar, Ibrahim Akbas and Adnan Demironal, were involved in the administration of schools run by Gulen's network, Anadolu said, adding they were also users of ByLock, an encrypted messaging app government says is used by the cleric's supporters.
Gabon's government is keen to continue attracting foreign direct investment (FDI). In July 2012, Gabon released President Ali Bongo Ondimba's Strategic Plan for an Emerging Gabon (PSGE), an ambitious blueprint for developing Gabon into an emerging economy by 2025, by diversifying the country away ...

The government said its intelligence agency had brought back from abroad a total of 80 suspected members of the Gulen movement, without elaborating further on the countries. Erdogan has vowed to hunt down Gulenists inside and outside Turkey, saying on Monday: “We will never allow those vile people ...
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told supporters that his government will not stop pursuing those it claims are responsible for the 2016 failed ... It emerged the first week in April that at least three Gulen-affiliated teachers had been detained in the West African nation of Gabon on the grounds that ...
Despite being in power for over half a century, the Bongo dynasty in Gabon does not look like it will come to a close any time soon – in fact, the prospect of its end may be receding even further into the future. After 42 years under Omar Bongo Ondimba and 9 years under his son, Ali, the government has ...
Ambouroue said the Gabon is among Africa's safest oil-producing countries. “At the moment most of the oil wells that are producing are mature, which is why the Gabonese government has put in place a set of measures, such as the revisions to the hydrocarbon code, to improve production from these ...

His tweet included a link to the French government's Foreign Ministry website which had a detailed security alert on Cameroon. Except the southern border with Gabon and Congo republic, all other borders were classified no-go areas. The Anglophone regions of the country have been volatile since ...
An important meeting is set to take place next week in Gabon, where government officials are expected to update industry players on plans for a licensing round and a much needed revamp of the country's petroleum law. Upstream understands that Gabon Hydrocarbons Minister Pascal Ambouroue was in ...
Gabon's government is working to introduce much-needed changes to its upstream oil and gas regulations to reverse the country's declining production. However, a combination of rising oil prices and uncertainty over policy direction within the petroleum ministry could harm the prospects for meaningful improvement.
... defence, security and law and order forces'',said Eliane Oyougou,who is a member of the civil society group. The committee, made up of the defenders of political detainees in Gabon, want the cases referred to international bodies. For them, the Gabonese justice system only favors government officials.

Petronas and the Gabon Government would assess the commerciality of the resource volume. “Aside from boosting Gabon's oil and gas industry, this discovery will also spur further growth activities in the region, and complements our achievements towards building a significant deepwater portfolio globally ...
It will also limit the role of the opposition in holding the government to account. The net effect of these changes is to give the president the powers of an absolute monarch. How will Gabon cope with a constitutional autocracy? And what impact will an unconstrained presidency have on the tiny West African ...
The government of Gabon have accused the multi-national environmental services group Veolia of widespread pollution in the country, terminating the company's contract to distribute water and electricity. Veolia, which owns 51% of Gabonese firm SEEG, has rejected the accusations and threatened legal ...
Veolia in turn blamed the government for failing to live up to its investment obligations, and on Tuesday said the state owed SEEG over 29 billion CFA francs in consumption charges and unpaid value-added tax reimbursements. Gabon spokesman Bilie by Nze said the government had called for an audit of ...
Libreville - Gabon on Tuesday accused Veolia of polluting in the country as the government and the French company wage an increasingly bitter dispute in public over the cancellation of a contract for water and electricity distribution. "There is considerable environmental damage at almost all of the sites ...
The government cancelled Veolia's concession in Gabon on February 16 and took control of SEEG facilities. Veolia has denounced the move as a “brutal expropriation”. Since then the government and firm have engaged in a communications battle via the media. “Is it possible in France that Veolia dumps ...
Gabon's Ministry for Water and Energy said that it had temporarily requisitioned the country's energy and water company, SEEG, which is majority owned by France's Veolia Environnement SA (VIE.FR). The ministry said on Friday that it was terminating SEEG's water-and-electricity concession, in part due to ...
The new project has funding of $100 million and aims to assist Gabon's government in furthering its infrastructure and local development. The project leaders also hope to improve the access to urban infrastructure and services in underdeveloped areas to build the capabilities of city management in these ...
This IMF program with Gabon aims to support the government in its Economic Recovery Plan (ERP) put in place in the wake of the re-election of Ali Bongo Ondimba for another seven-year term in 2016. This mission of the IMF will also review the growth prospects, analyze the fiscal outlook, the balance of ...
The government of Gabon have accused the multi-national environmental services group Veolia of widespread pollution in the country, terminating the company's contract to distribute water and electricity. Veolia, which owns 51% of Gabonese firm SEEG, has rejected the accusations and threatened legal ...


 

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