According to the leaders of the Union of Forces for Change (UFC), the names of the politicians and their supporters are on the blacklist of the government, which now seek to eliminate them physically, by using foreign mercenaries,. They also complained on the problems of insecurity in Libreville, Gabon.

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Several Ugandans arrested over protests

Uganda opposition warned against planned protests

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Libya: International community to arm Libya opposition

Malawi President threatens critics amid civil society ’buy out’

Libya: Muammar Gaddafi won’t budge, civil war looms

Zimbabwe: Mugabe calls for foreign product boycott

Libya: Gaddafi regime and protesters killing migrant workers

Opposition leaders call for protests in Uganda

Libya: Independence for the east?

Libya: Gaddafi’s national address marks his end

Libya: Violent plans by military alerted as death toll rises

Libya: The Gaddafis in panic mode?

Zimbabwe: Activists arrested to prevent Egypt-Tunisian style protests

Egypt: Gamel Mubarak goes into hiding

Ivory Coast: 40% of world’s cocoa under threat of destruction

Libyans struggle to pull off Tunisian and Egyptian success

Can the US allow democracy to take root in Egypt’s shifting sands?

Libya stifles protests with pro-government rallies on TV

Libya: Gaddafi warns against use of Facebook, activists arrested

After clampdown Algeria protesters vow to return

Algeria protests take place amid 30,000 police deployment

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