Articles by Equatorial Guinea
France Seizes Mansion Belonging To Equatorial Guinea Leader's Son In Corruption Probe
August 03 2012 4:00 PM EDT
The French government has seized the mansion and several other assets belonging to the son of Equatorial Guinea's ruler on charges of money laundering.
African Union Unveils New Headquarters… Built by China
January 28 2012 12:12 PM EST
The building took three years to construct and involved 1,200 Chinese and Ethiopian workers.
Equatorial Guinea voting in favor of constitutional change
November 14 2011 2:05 PM EST
Equatorial Guinea's proposed constitutional changes are on course to be approved after virtually all the results from 60 percent of the polling stations were in favour, according to a government statement on Monday.
U.S. to Seize $71 Million from Equatorial Guinea Leader's Son
October 26 2011 3:58 AM EDT
The U.S is seeking to seize almost $71 million in allegedly corrupt assets from the son of the leader of Equatorial Guinea.
U.S. Seeks $71 Million from Equatorial Guinea Leader's Son
October 26 2011 2:33 AM EDT
The Obama administration is seeking to seize almost $71 million in allegedly corrupt assets from the son of the leader of Equatorial Guinea, including $1.8 million worth of pop star Michael Jackson memorabilia.
Stem Cell Breakthrough to Provide Lifelines for White Rhinos and Drill Monkeys
September 05 2011 10:19 PM EDT
Scientists have created the first artificial embryonic stem cells from two endangered species, a breakthrough that could potentially save animals in danger of extinction.
Stem Cell 'Zoo' May Provide a Lifeline for Rare Rhino and Drill Species [PHOTOS]
September 05 2011 10:54 AM EDT
With only two female northern white rhinos left on Earth, and facing imminent extinction, it's no wonder these species don't feel so randy. But things are looking up, as scientists are hoping to use stem cell, rather than sex, to extend a lifeline to the dying breed.
Stem Cell Could Save Endangered Rhinos and Drills [PHOTOS]
September 05 2011 2:35 AM EDT
The northern white rhino, which is one of the most endangered animals on Earth is almost extinct. The drill, a west African primate, is threatened by habitat loss and hunting. Scientists believe stem cells could be used to preserve - or even revive - these endangered species and others like them.
'Stemcell Zoo' Could Rescue Endangered Species, Even Revive Extinct Ones
September 04 2011 10:58 PM EDT
Scientists have produced the first stemcells from endangered species, marking the initial steps towards ensuring the survival of endangered species and perhaps even reviving extinct ones through stem cell technology.
Glencore International Posts Big 1H Profit Gain
August 25 2011 7:52 AM EDT
Commodities trader Glencore International posted a 50 percent rise in headline first-half profit and said it saw opportunities emerging from turbulence in its key markets as commodity demand remains strong.
Gadhafi Escape: 5 Places the Libyan Leader Could Find Refuge
August 24 2011 3:06 PM EDT
Gadhafi is not welcome in most nations, nor in most parts of Libya, but the leader and King of Kings still has powerful friends that may be willing to accommodate Gadhafi for the rest of his life.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 Full Standings - July 2
July 02 2011 8:00 PM EDT
The FIFA Women's World Cup is underway and many of the teams have already played two of the five games in the Group Stage.
Equatorial Guinea: Photos of the Women’s World Cup Soccer Team’s Home Country
June 29 2011 12:49 PM EDT
Equatorial Guinea, one of the smallest African countries but surely the fastest in women's soccer ascendancy, fought Norway today, a traditional powerhouse fallen on less stellar times in a Group D encounter.
African despots' corruption-funded extravagance: Teodorin Obiang eyes $380-mln yacht
March 03 2011 7:11 AM EST
The irony can't be missed when the scion of a tiny sub-Saharan country, which has the dubious distinction for having the highest child mortality rate in the world and abysmal public health and education systems, splurges ill-gotten money on a multi-million dollar super-luxury yacht.
Central Africa's CEMAC sees 2011 growth at 4.8 pct: c.bank
February 03 2011 3:55 PM EST
Economic growth in the six-nation Central African CEMAC bloc will reach 4.8 percent in 2011, up from 4 percent last year, the grouping's regional central bank said on Thursday.
Morocco to host 2015 African Nations Cup
January 29 2011 5:01 PM EST
Morocco will stage the 2015 African Nations Cup and the 2017 edition will be hosted by South Africa, the Confederation of African Football said on Saturday.
Equatorial Guinea OKs Noble Energy project
January 12 2011 1:53 PM EST
OIil and gas producer Noble Energy said Equatorial Guinea's Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy had approved its plan to develop the Alen offshore condensate and natural gas project.