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Human Rights Concerns Ahead of Elections in Equatorial Guinea. Troubling Conditions Compromise May 26 Legislative Vote.
The United States Department of State released in April (2013) its 2012 Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Equatorial Guinea.
Leaders gathering in Equatorial Guinea for the Africa-South America Summit should press President Obiang to undertake serious human rights and democratic reforms.
After many years of promoting social responsability, the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation suddenly closed its doors. As a result, Africa-focused human rights advocates have mixed feelings about its legacy and its closing.
Human Rights groups in Equatorial Guinea report that a prominent human rights lawyer in Equatorial Guinea has gone missing for two days .
An Equatorial Guinea opposition lawyer who visited a client held at the infamous Black Beach prison in Malabo is now missing.
Fabian Nsue Nguema, a top human rights lawyer in Equatorial Guinea, has gone missing.
Human rights groups urged Equatorial Guinea to shed light on the fate of an opposition lawyer who has not been seen since visiting a client in Malabo's infamous Black Beach prison.
Fabian Nsue Nguema, a prominent human rights lawyer in Equatorial Guinea, went missing during a visit to a prison, raising concerns he may be unlawfully detained.
AFP reports on the illegal detention of Fabian Nsue, a prominent human rights lawyer in Equatorial-Guinea.