People protesting against ritual killings carry banners reading 'Stop ritual crime; support the president in his fight against ritual crimes' as they march in Libreville, Gabon, Saturday, May 11, 2013. Thousands of Gabonese people marched Saturday to protest ritual killings, in which people are murdered so their body parts can be used in amulets to bring good luck. The president of the Association for the Fight against Ritual Crimes, Elvis Ebang Ondo, estimates that Gabon has 20 mutilation killings a year. (AP Photo/Joel Bouopda Tatou)

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People protesting against ritual killings carry banners reading 'Stop ritual crime; support the president in his fight against ritual crimes' as they march in Libreville, Gabon, Saturday, May 11, 2013. Thousands of Gabonese people marched Saturday to protest ritual killings, in which people are murdered so their body parts can be used in amulets to bring good luck. The president of the Association for the Fight against Ritual Crimes, Elvis Ebang Ondo, estimates that Gabon has 20 mutilation killings a year. (AP Photo/Joel Bouopda Tatou)
People protesting against ritual killings carry banners reading 'Stop ritual crime; support the president in his fight against ritual crimes' as they march in Libreville, Gabon, Saturday, May 11, 2013. Thousands of Gabonese people marched Saturday to protest ritual killings, in which people are murdered so their body parts can be used in amulets to bring good luck. The president of the Association for the Fight against Ritual Crimes, Elvis Ebang Ondo, estimates that Gabon has 20 mutilation killings a year. (AP Photo/Joel Bouopda Tatou)
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