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Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea

Population: 1.27 mn.
GDP: $12.49 bn.
Debt: n/a

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Billing and couping

Malabo has made no progress in its campaign to ensnare alleged Western coup plotters

As usual, the lawyers emerged as the real winners after the failed coup against President Teodoro Obiang Nguema in March 2004 (AC Vol 46 Nos 8 & 9). Ever since, Obiang and his ...

Lost and found

Reports that Severo Moto Nsa, self-styled leader of Equatorial Guinea's Madrid-based government-in-exile, has surfaced in Croatia, are unlikely to stop the feverish speculation abo...

No papers, no case

Equatorial Guinea has failed to obtain disclosure of documents it needs for its case against the alleged coup plotters of March 2004. British firm Penningtons, legal advisors to th...

Emotional stress

Since last year's muddled coup attempt involving British citizens (including Sir Mark Thatcher), Britain's relations with Equatorial Guinea have been cool. President Teodoro Obiang...

Crabs in a barrel

Exclusive update on the Equatorian coup plot deals - only available online

South African prosecutors are pressing ahead with investigations into the Equatorial Guinea coup saga following their plea bargain deal with Mark Thatcher, which was ratified in Ca...

Under the volcanoes

The greatest threat to President Obiang's personal rule comes from within - not from foreign plotters

Politics in Malabo, like the three volcanoes surrounding the capital city, are bound to erupt some time. If anything, the government's bizarre handling of the purported mercenaries...

Trial of strength

The decision by Equatorial Guinea to include three British citizens in legal proceedings in connection with an alleged mercenary-led coup apparently uncovered last March is a clear...

Splodges of wonga

Several businessmen whose names are on the so-called 'wonga list' obtained by South African investigators plan legal action to contest claims of their alleged involvement in a coup...

New twist

The 25 August raid by South Africa's 'Scorpion' police squad on the Cape Town house of Mark Thatcher, son of British ex-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, follows a private meeting ...

Private estate

An astonishing report by US legislators exposes some of the Obiang government's mass pilfering

The scandal enveloping the venerable Washington-based Riggs Bank, which once called itself the 'most important bank in the most important city in the world', has been flung into or...

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