Information Center: 08/2010
An article that speculates that the African Union might consider taking on the Obiang Nguema Mbasogo International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences if UNESCO decides to discontinue its affiliation with the prize.
An article that summarizes the August 2010 executions of four former army officers shortly after being sentenced to death by a military tribunal in Equatorial Guinea for their alleged involvement in an attack on the presidential palace in 2009.
U.S. Department of State was deeply concerned to learn that the Government of Equatorial Guinea has executed four individuals after a summary military tribunal on August 21.
After Concluding Its Mission to Equatorial Guinea, UN Independent Experts Express Serious Concern at the Execution of Four Men
This press release discusses the circumstances surrounding the execution of four Equatoguineans in Equatorial Guinea in August 2010.
EG Justice vehemently condemns the executions of Jose Abeso Nsue, Manuel Ndong Anseme, Alipio Ndong Asumu, and Jacinto Michá Obiang, carried out by the Equatoguinean government on August 21, 2010.
An Amnesty International condemnation of the execution of four men in Equatorial Guinea, all convicted of attempting to assassinate the country’s President. José Abeso Nsue, Manuel Ndong Anseme, Alipio Ndong Asumu and Jacinto Michá Obiang were executed on August 21, immediately after being convicted by a military court in Malabo, the country's capital.
A letter from concerned global citizens to UNESCO, asking the organization to cancel the UNESCO-Obiang prize.
An article that highlights the campaign by human rights organizations to pressure UNESCO to cancel the UNESCO-Obiang Nguema Mbasogo International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences.
A letter from Archbishop Desmond Tutu to Equatoguinean President Teodoro Obiang, asking the latter to follow through on his pledged commitments to reform and sustainable development.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization should cancel the Obiang Prize at its next session in October 2010, EG Justice and 95 partner groups said in a letter sent to UNESCO Executive Board members today.
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