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PRNewswire
March 23, 2012

The Government of Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Ghana agreed to cooperate in energy and agriculture at meetings in Bata, Equatorial Guinea's largest city and commercial capital, this week.

U.S. Department of Justice
March 12, 2012

United States' opposition to claimants Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue's and Sweetwater Malibu, LLC's motion to dismiss First Amended Verified Complaint for Forfeiture in Rem.

Bol Noticias
Isabel Fleck
March 7, 2012

Human Rights Watch, EG Justice and other rights groups condemn the position of the Brazilian government on the UNESCO-Obiang prize.  

Associated Press
Elaine Ganley
March 8, 2012

UNESCO's Executive Board voted to approve a renamed prize sponsored and funded by President Obiang.

O Estado de S. Paulo
Jamil Chade
March 7, 2012

The government of Brazil supported a controversial prize at UNESCO sponsored by President Obiang of Equatorial Guinea in order to strengthen relations with his regime.

EG Justice
March 27, 2012

On April 7, the United Nations will celebrate World Health Day, providing an opportunity for reflection on health and the progress that has been made to improve health care in Equatorial Guinea.

March 9, 2012

A split vote by UNESCO’s Executive Board to approve a prize sponsored by President Obiang of Equatorial Guinea puts the president’s interests above UNESCO’s basic principles, seven civil society groups said today.

SciDev.Net
Yojana Sharma
March 12, 2012

A controversial US$3 million research prize has been formally adopted by UNESCO after years of wrangling - but it remains uncertain whether the prize will be awarded any time soon.

allAfrica
Yojana Sharma
March 12, 2012

A controversial US$3 million research prize, seen by many African countries as the first science award 'given by Africans for Africans', has been formally adopted by UNESCO after years of wrangling - but it remains uncertain whether the prize will be awarded any time soon.

Meredith Varela
March 6, 2012

Brazil supported the controversial UNESCO-Obiang prize in an attempt to improve relations with President Obiang, but this puts Brazil's own international reputation at stake.

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