Information Center: 02/2011

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Reporters without Borders
February 15, 2011

Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel, a novelist, blogger and editor of the arts and literature magazine Atanga, left Equatorial Guinea for Spain early today saying he had been “harassed” because of the hunger strike he began on 11 February in protest against President Teodoro Obiang Nguema’s dictatorial rule. He was planning to continue his protest in Spain.

Country Watch
February 8, 2011

Website with profile of Equatorial Guinea, including economic data, population, ethnic groups and history.

Business Monitor International Ltd.
February 2, 2011

The Equatorial Guinea Oil and Gas Report has been researched at source and features Business Monitor International (BMI)'s independent 5 and 10-year forecasts for Equatorial Guinea including major indicators for oil, gas and LNG, covering all major indicators including reserves, production, consumption, refining capacity, prices, export volumes and values. The report includes full analysis of industry trends and prospects, multinational and national companies, and changes in the regulatory environment.

Africa Progress Panel
February 23, 2011

This report presents a current look at African development and progress towards the Millennium Development Goals. Equatorial Guinea is behind on most indicators and their economy is projected to grow at rates far below the average.

February 27, 2011

A story about Teodorin Obiang's plans to purchase a $380 million "superyacht" despite Equatorial Guinea's high poverty rates.

February 2, 2011

The African Union's choice of Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang as its new chairperson challenges his government to fulfill the organization's standards for democracy and human rights, says EG Justice.

February 18, 2011

Tutu Alicante speaks to the Pulitzer Center about the hunger strike of Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel, the campaign to end the UNESCO-Obiang prize, and the appointment of Equatoguinean president Teodoro Obiang as Chair of the African Union.

February 18, 2011

Tutu Alicante, the executive director of EG Justice, speaks with the Pulitzer Center about the challenges confronting Equatorial Guinea.

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