Equatorial Guinea

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Synonyms for Equatorial Guinea

a country of west central Africa (including islands in the Gulf of Guinea)

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A total of fourteen wives of different ambassadors accredited in China, such as the wife of the Ambassador of Spain or the Ambassador of Tunisia, diplomats, businesswomen and the Equatorial Guinean student colony.
The Equatorial Guinean Minister of Foreign Affairs and Co-operation is accompanying President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo in his official visit to Tunisia, which began on Monday, at the invitation of President Beji Caid Essebsi.
Addressing heads of states and delegates at AU summit in Equatorial Guinean capital, Malabo, Africa Union commissioner Jean Ping called upon all parties in the Sudan to work together in implementing the outcome of South Sudan's referendum The summit held under the theme 'Youth and Sustainable Development' reviewed continent's situations peace and security, economic development and democracy.
In Chapter Three, "The First Wave," Ugarte fleshes out a comparison between Equatorial Guinean exile literature with notions of Negritude and Post-Negritude.
Although Spain's commissioner general had extensive powers, the Equatorial Guinean General Assembly had considerable initiative in formulating laws and regulations.
Five diplomats have escaped shoplifting charges since 2005, including an official from the Gambian embassy caught in 2009, a staffer at the Cameroonian embassy in 2008, and one member of each of the Egyptian, Equatorial Guinean and Zambian embassies accused in 2005.
As oil began to be exported in large quantities, the Equatorial Guinean cocoa and coffee plantations were abandoned.
Summary: Morocco's place in the African continent is maintained and its return to the African Union (AU) will reinforce the continent's unity, Equatorial Guinean AU ambassador, RubE[umlaut]n Maye Nsue Mangue affirmed on Wednesday.
In addition to training, the ship will host a flight deck reception for distinguished Equatorial Guinean visitors to develop relationships and promote regional cooperation.
Born in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, of Equatorial Guinean ancestry, Maria Concepcion Balboa Buika (professional known as Concha Buika, or simply Buika) grew up listening to the great voices of jazz via her mother, while absorbing the gypsy sounds that surrounded her environment.
Equatorial Guinean President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo said that it would be up to the court to decide on Mann's punishment if he was convicted.
She said: "The Equatorial Guinean government conspired with elements of the Mugabe regime to have Simon kidnapped from Zimbabwe in direct contravention of his legal rights.
Although claiming to liberate the Equatorial Guinean people from a brutal dictator, the coup-plotters hoped to install a puppet government and secure for themselves lucrative oil and natural gas contracts.
Mark Thatcher made a plea bargain with the South African authorities and was let off with a paltry fine; Simon Mann and his gang were jailed in Zimbabwe before being released fairly recently, while their man in Equatorial Guinea, Nick du Toit,--a former member of the special forces unit of the South African Defence Force used by the apartheid government in the fight against the ANC--has all of 36 years in which to learn a new trade under the watchful gaze of Equatorial Guinean prison warders.
He was in court to reply to 43 questions submitted last September by Equatorial Guinean prosecutors and read out by a Cape Town magistrate.