Articles about Equatorial Guinea

16 Indian sailors detained in Equatorial Guinea since 3 months

07 Nov 2022

India
16 Indian sailors detained in Equatorial Guinea since 3 months

As many as 16 Indian mariners of oil vessel MT Heroic Idun have been detained in Equatorial Guinea, a Central African country, since August 14.

After UNSC's J&K meeting, India says matter 'internal', rebukes Pakistan

17 Aug 2019

India
After UNSC's J&K meeting, India says matter 'internal', rebukes Pakistan

On Friday, India reiterated that all issues related to Jammu and Kashmir, specifically the abrogation of Article 370, putting the state under lockdown, and dividing it into two union territories, were the country's internal matter, and Pakistan should stop terrorism to initiate dialog.

Qatar to quit OPEC in January 2019

03 Dec 2018

India
Qatar to quit OPEC in January 2019

On Monday, Qatar announced that it would withdraw from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), effective January 2019.

#MoneyInSwissBanks: India witnesses 50% rise in funds; jumps to 73rd-place

01 Jul 2018

South Korea
#MoneyInSwissBanks: India witnesses 50% rise in funds; jumps to 73rd-place

India moved up to 73rd place in terms of money parked by its citizens/companies with Swiss banks in 2017, while the UK remains on the top.

Barrow to return to The Gambia

26 Jan 2017

Atlantic Ocean
Barrow to return to The Gambia

Adama Barrow, the new president of The Gambia is scheduled to arrive in his country on 26 January from Senegal.

Gambia: Over $11 million missing after Jammeh leaves for exile

23 Jan 2017

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Gambia: Over $11 million missing after Jammeh leaves for exile

Authorities said that over $11 million is missing from government accounts in Gambia, after former President Jammeh left for Equatorial Guinea. Financial experts are evaluating the total amount of money missing from the accounts.

Former President, Jammeh leaves Gambia

22 Jan 2017

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Former President, Jammeh leaves Gambia

Former President of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh conceded defeat and vacated the president's office. ECOWAS officials said Jammeh would travel to live in exile in Equatorial Guinea.

West African armies enter Gambia

20 Jan 2017

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West African armies enter Gambia

Armies of Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana, Togo and Mali crossed into Gambia to pressure Yahya Jammeh to vacate the Presidential office.

Gambia: Barrow to be sworn-in in Senegal, Jammeh stays

20 Jan 2017

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Gambia: Barrow to be sworn-in in Senegal, Jammeh stays

The newly elected President of Gambia, Adama Barrow will take his oath as president in Senegal, as outgoing President Yahya Jammeh has refused to step down.