Libreville

Libreville is the capital and largest city of Gabon, in west central Africa. The city is a port on the Komo River, near the Gulf of Guinea, and a trade center for a timber region. As of 2005, it has a population of 578,156.

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Libreville Hospital
... Libreville Hospital (French Centre Hospitalier de Libreville) is the most important hospital in the African country of Gabon ... Located in the nation's capital of Libreville, the hospital has an accident and emergency department which serves much of the country ...
Radio Libreville
... Radio Libreville is a radio station based in Libreville, Gabon's capital ... The station played an important role politically in Gabon throughout the 1960s and 1970s and was the state's communication system to the nation ...
List Of Diplomatic Missions In São Tomé And Príncipe - Non-resident Embassies
... Australia (Lisbon) Austria (Abuja) Belgium (Luanda) Cameroon (Libreville) Canada (Yaoundé) Croatia (Lisbon) Cuba (Luanda) Czech Republic (Pretoria) European Union (Libreville) France (Libreville ...
Libreville International Airport
... Libreville Leon M'ba International Airport (IATA LBV, ICAO FOOL) is an airport situated in Libreville, Gabon ...
André Berre - Political Career
... As a PDG candidate in Libreville, Berre won a seat in the National Assembly in the December 2001 parliamentary election ... Following the December 2002 local elections, he was elected as Mayor of Libreville on 19 January 2003, receiving the votes of 91 out of 97 municipal councillors Mehdi Teale was then appointed to ... Berre designated him as an honorary citizen of Libreville and gave him a ceremonial key to the city ...