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    Ambassador's Corner: Africa's Ebola Epidemic

    This month, Ambassador Asquino discusses efforts to address the ongoing Ebola epidemic in Africa, which is a priority for all nations, including both Equatorial Guinea and the United States.

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  • Women in Nigeria protest the kidnapping of school girls by Boko Haram

    President Obama's Message on Ebola

    In a new video, President Obama addresses the people of West Africa about the Ebola outbreak that is currently affecting the countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeria.

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  • Ambassador and other VIPs unveil plaque during ceremony.

    Embassy Inaugurates New Chancery

    Ambassador Asquino joined EG First Vice President Ignacio Milam Tang and U.S. Under Secretary Patrick Kennedy to formally inaugurate the new home of the U.S. Embassy in Malabo.

  • President Obama speaks at memorial service for Nelson Mandela.

    President Obama Honors Nelson Mandela

    President Obama joined world leaders and thousands of South Africans to remember the former president, who died December 5th. In his remarks, the President urged the world to remember Madiba’s legacy and contributions to humanity.

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  • Embassy guards and local retired Marines lower the flag for the last time over the former chancery.

    Flag Is Lowered for the Last Time Over Former Chancery

    Embassy Malabo held a ceremony to mark the closure of its former chancery, home to the embassy since its re-opening in 2003. Embassy guards joined retired Marines from the American community to lower the flag, in preparation for the opening of the new chancery in Malabo II.

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