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French court convicted Equatorial Guinea’s Vice-president for embezzling and money laundering.

The annual award is given to the cartoonist or cartoonists exhibiting great courage and self-sacrifice in the pursuit of their craft and in the exercise of free speech.

Equatorial Guinea’s vice-president records his lavish lifestyle on Instagram, but it is unclear where his money comes from.

In an effort to silence critical voices and prevent citizen mobilization during the legislative elections, the government arrested members of the opposition and blocked Internet access throughout the country.

International organizations are asking for the release of the Artist and Writer Ramón Esono Ebale.

It is time for the United Nations and its members to take urgent action to place pressure on the government of Equatorial Guinea to free artist Nse Ramon.

The government continues systematically violating human rights with disregard for the rule of law, and with absolute impunity as described on the 2016-2017 human rights report.

Equatorial Guinea: Government Critic Blocked from Leaving Country. Unreasonable Delay in Renewing Cartoonist’s Passport.

A member of Ciudadanos por la Innovacion (CI) party died in police custody on January 14, 2018, in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Evidence has surfaced that shows he was tortured.

The trial of the artist Nsé Ramón Esono Ebalé, on dubious counterfeiting charges, apparently brought in retaliation for drawing cartoons critical of the government, will  begin on February 27, 2018.

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