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News24.com | E Guinea opposition demand govt resign over political prisoners
An opposition leader in Equatorial Guinea has called for the government to resign over its failure to release political prisoners, a promise made by President Teodoro Obiang Nguema.
Lusophone summit opens in Cape Verde
Citizens movement and human rights in Equatorial Guinea top the agenda as Portuguese speakers meet
[East Africa News Post] 17/07/2018
'We need the violence to stop': U.N. imposes arms embargo on South Sudan
The United Nations Security Council imposed an arms embargo on South Sudan on Friday, nearly five years after civil war erupted in the country. A U.S.-drafted resolution won the minimum nine votes...
Africa prevails in the OPEC in member numbers [Business Africa]
Today Africa prevails in the OPEC, at least in member numbers. The Republic of Congo is the latest to join OPEC after Equatorial Guinea last year and Gabon in 2016, expanding the number of countries...
News24.com | E Guinea opposition hopes for early prisoner release after amnesty
Equatorial Guinea's main opposition party has said it hoped for the early release of its jailed members a day after authoritarian President Teodoro Obiang Nguema declared a "total amnesty" for all...
Equatorial Guinea grants opponents amnesty ahead of national dialogue
Equatorial Guinea has granted amnesty to activists and members of the opposition ahead of a “national dialogue” this month, a decree signed by the Central African nation’s president said on...
News24.com | E Guinea opposition figure tortured to death: party
An Equatorial Guinean opposition figure who had been jailed for "sedition" was tortured to death in prison earlier this week, his party, the Citizens for Innovation (CI), has said.
News24.com | E Guinea opposition sets conditions to attend 'national dialogue'
Five political parties in Equatorial Guinea, ruled by Africa's longest serving despot, has signalled their willingness to take part in a national dialogue next month if their security was ensured.
Equatorial Guinea bans civil servants from foreign trips
Civil servants in Equatorial Guinea have been banned from making foreign trips without authorisation from Vice President Teodorin Nguema Obiang, several of them said on Tuesday. The reason for the ban...
Equatorial Guinea opposition sets conditions for national dialogue
Five political parties signal willingness to take part in talks
[East Africa News Post] 03/07/2018
Congo joins OPEC, what next?
The Republic of Congo has become the newest member of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC. The development brings the overall membership to 15 and makes Congo the 7th African...
Equatorial Guinea invites international observers for dialogue
Equatorial Guinea intends to open the door to international observers to participate in the political dialogue slated for mid-July. If effected, this would answer one of the three conditions set by...
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