Equatorial Guinea

Human Rights in REPUBLIC OF EQUATORIAL GUINEA

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UA 300/93 - Equatorial Guinea: arbitrary arrest / torture ...
31 August 1993

Francisco Engono Micue and Jose Ramon Obama were arrested and tortured on 31 August 1993, reportedly because of their family ties with Father ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/013/1993

Further information on UA 287/93 (AFR 24/10/93, 24 August) ...
24 August 1993

Miguel Nseng Bacale, who was reported to be in a coma as a result of torture, has now died. New reports also suggest that two other detainees may ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/011/1993

UA 287/93 - Equatorial Guinea: death in custody / torture ...
23 August 1993

Pedro Motu Mamiaga died in the Malabo security police headquarters following his arrest on 22 August 1993. He was reported to have been severely ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/010/1993

Amnesty International News Service 103/93
22 August 1993

1. Trinidad and Tobago: Amnesty International urgently appeals to government to halt tomorrow's executions. 2. Nicaragua: Amnesty International condemns ...

Report       NWS 11/103/1993

UA 271/93 - Equatorial Guinea: fear of "disappearance" / fear ...
11 August 1993

Ten people, mostly members of opposition parties, were arrested in Malabo, Bioko Island on 9 and 10 August, and taken to the central police station ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/007/1993

Medical letter writing action: Equatorial Guinea: Federico ...
18 July 1993

The three people above were badly beaten in police custody in early July 1993. All suffered serious injuries, with Federico Nsono Eyenga and the third ...

Report       AFR 24/006/1993

Equatorial Guinea: Arrests in December 1992 and January ...
1 February 1993

This paper updates a report on Equatorial Guinea published in January 1993 by AI (AFR 24/01/93). Over 150 people were arrested on 17 December ...

Report       AFR 24/004/1993

Further information on UA 409/92 (AFR 24/14/92, 22 ...
7 January 1993

Over 100 prisoners arrested on 17 December, including those named above, were released between 19 and 29 December 1992. There are indications ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/002/1993

Equatorial Guinea: Political reform without human rights ...
1 January 1993

This paper describes AI's human rights concerns in Equatorial Guinea during 1992. Although new laws governing basic freedoms were introduced in ...

Report       AFR 24/001/1993

UA 409/92 - Equatorial Guinea: torture and legal concern ...
22 December 1992

Over 100 people, mainly teachers and students but also priests and members of opposition parties, were arrested during a demonstration calling for ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/014/1992