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  • (1982) by the Central Intelligence Agency Equatorial Guinea 1968862The World Factbook (1982) — Equatorial Guineaby the Central Intelligence Agency
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  • Republic of Equatorial Guinea for admission to the United Nations (S/8883), Recommends to the General Assembly that the Republic of Equatorial Guinea be admitted
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  • Ellice Islands (see TUVALU) Fernando Po (see EQUATORIAL GUINEA)   —F—   French Territory of the Afars and Issas (see
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  • Dominica Dominican Republic East Timor Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Europa Island European Union Falkland Islands
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  • Constitution of Equatorial Guinea  (1996)  36210Constitution of Equatorial Guinea1996 PREAMBLE We the people of Equatorial Guinea, Conscious of our
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  • Equatorial Guinea
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  • 19, 1994; WTO May 7, 1995; WCT March 6, 2002; WPPT May 20, 2002 Equatorial Guinea · Berne (Paris) June 26, 1997 Eritrea · None Estonia · Berne (Paris)
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  • Somalia Comoros Sudan Djibouti Tanzania Equatorial Guinea Togo Gambia Uganda Guinea Western Samoa Guinea-Bissau Yemen Arab Republic Haiti (Sanaa)
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  • Equatorial Guinea
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  • Atlantic Ocean at the Equator, between Republic of the Congo and Equatorial Guinea Geographic coordinates: 1 00 S, 11 45 E Map references: Africa Area:
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  • Location: Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Biafra, between Equatorial Guinea and Nigeria Geographic coordinates: 6 00 N, 12 00 E Map references:
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  • Democratic Republic of Ethiopia 19. The President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea 20. The President of the Gabonese Republic 21. The President of the
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  • description DT619-620.9 Spanish West Africa DT620-620.9 Equatorial Guinea (Spanish Guinea) DT620.42-620.45 Ethnography DT620.46-620.83 History
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  • satisfactory result is The case of Equatorial Guinea. The assistance given by members of the Organization to Equatorial Guinea, while admittedly not much, has
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  • Equatorial Guinea
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  • Pacific Area, and Antarctica   Africa KSA1-490   Guinea KSC1-490 Guinea-Bissau KSE1-490 Equatorial Guinea KSE601-699 Ifni KSG1-499 Italian East Africa
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  • Equatorial Guinea
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  • December 1945 Egypt 24 October 1945 El Salvador 24 October 1945 Equatorial Guinea 12 November 1968 Eritrea 28 May 1993 Estonia 17 September 1991
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  • Cyprus 6, Denmark 4, Dominican Republic 1, Ecuador 1, Egypt 16, Equatorial Guinea 1, France 7, Germany 89, Greece 549, Haiti 1, Honduras 2, Hong Kong
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  • and Venezuela. In addition, Spanish is the predominant language in Equatorial Guinea, Africa. Arabic: The official language of a large number of countries
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