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Exploitation of gorillas Gorilla gorilla gorilla savage & Wyman 1847 in Rio Muni, Republic of Equatorial Guinea, West Africa
The gorillas of Rio Muni have been very heavily exploited in order to obtain specimens for zoological parks and research centres. During 30 months (September 1966 to February 1969) 34 young gorillas were shown to have been captured in Rio Muni: This figure was increased by 29 which were killed in the process of capturing the young; thus 63 were verified as having been eliminated from the wild during that time.
List of issues prepared in the absence of the initial report of Equatorial Guinea, due on 24 December 1988
List of all the issues that Equatorial Guinea was going through in the year 2003. Corruption, human rights abuses and no democracy are only some of the issues that are mentioned in this UN list.
General document on the society, peoples, politics, economy, and geography of Equatorial Guinea submitted by the Government of Equatorial Guinea submitted to the UN Human Rights Instruments.
A book that analyzes a number of the challenges faced by African countries.
Letter dated November 6, 2003 from the Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General.
Letter containing the report of the 20th ministerial meeting of the United Nations Standing Advisory Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa. Analyzes the security and stability of Central African countries, including Equatorial Guinea
Report submitted by Mr. Ambeyi Ligabo, Special Rapporteur on theright to freedom of opinion and expression, in accordance with Commission on Human Rights resolution 2002/
The present report has been prepared pursuant to resolution 2002/48 of the Commission on Human Rights. It presents and analyses information on the situation of the right to freedom of opinion and expression received by the Special Rapporteur before and during his visit to Equatorial Guinea, from 2 to 7 December 2002, from officials, individuals, non-governmental organizations and in the reports of the former Special Representative of the Commission on Human Rights on the human rights situation in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.
Rodrigo Angue Nguema, the AgenceFrance-Presse stringer in Malabo, was released on 11 November after being held for eight days at the city’s main police station. He was arrested at his home on 3 November after he filed a story on 29 October reporting rumours that a coup d’état had been foiled. He remains under legal investigation, his lawyer said.
An article that assesses the large amount of revenue the government of Equatorial Guinea gains from oil money in comparison to the continued poverty of many of the nations citizens. The article also discusses the involvement of U.S. banks in supporting the Equatoguinean government's activities.
Anopheh's (Ccilia) carnel'lliei is described in the mainland region (Rio Muni) of Equatorial Guinea. Anophelines collected were identical to An. nili with exception of some morphological characters found in wings, head, and legs.
Article looking at US relations with Equatorial Guinea. Bolender argues the Bush administration maintains reasonably friendly relations with the African nation of Equatorial Guinea despite the extreme human rights violations perpetrated by Equatorial Guinea's government against its own people. America's motive is to acquire oil from Equatorial Guinea's vast reserves.
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