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The Star Online
Obama urges African nations not to make economic 'excuses'
U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday gave a preview of a summit he will hold with African leaders next week, saying African nations should look inward for solutions to economic woes and not make "excuses" based on a history of dependence and colonization.
Inter Press Service
Oil Lubricates Equatorial Guinea's Entry into Portuguese Language Community
Equatoguinean President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has sidestepped accusations of human rights violations and won his country membership in the Community of Portuguese Language Countries .
African leaders' immunity and ICC neocolonialism
It was reported with that classic sensationalism used to talk about Africa as a strange and distant world, as much funny as incomprehensible, without interest for the West until a European state decides to send its soldiers there on a "humanitarian" mission.
Mail & Guardian
SA can save Equatorial Guinea
I have always thought of the new South Africa as a beacon of freedom and democracy, and more recently as a continental leader.
President Nguema Mbasogo condemns Genocide
Equatorial Guinean President, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has condemned the genocide that claimed lives of at least one million Rwandans during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi's.
Global Voices Online
A Plea to Pope Francis to Take Action Against African Dictators
See all those languages up there? We translate Global Voices stories to make the world's citizen media available to everyone.
Nothing to Celebrate
As the land of the free commemorates Independence Day this year, it is worth remembering the countries that have little to celebrate and much to fear.
Humans Rights Watch
Equatorial Guinea: Release Seriously Ill Prisoner
In Equatorial Guinea, knowing too much about the business dealings of those close to the president can land you in jail.
Walta Information Centre
President Obiang Asks for Greater Investment in Agricultural Sector - Monday, 30 June 2014 13:45
Equatorial Guinea's President, Obiang Nguema Mbasogo said that Africa should reorient itself to ensure its independence and security of African states through the safe production of its own consumer goods.