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    Welcome to Ambassador Furuta-Toy

    U.S. Embassy Malabo is excited to welcome Ambassador Furuta-Toy to Equatorial Guinea. Please click on her bio to learn more about our new Ambassador.

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    Ambassador's Corner: U.S. Leading Fight Against ISIL

    This month, Ambassador Asquino discusses the U.S.-led coalition to bring an end to the violent and horrific acts committed by the Islamic State in the Levant (ISIL) and other terrorists worldwide.

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    A/S Thomas-Greenfield Writes on Term Limits

    In an op-ed originally published in Jeune Afrique, the Assistant Secretary for African Affairs writes that presidential term limits are fundamental to African people’s demands for democracy.

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    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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  • Statement on the October 21st General Amnesty
    The United States Embassy in Malabo wishes to recognize the decision of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea on October 21st to grant a general amnesty as a positive first step to facilitate participation by a broad spectrum of political actors in the upcoming National Political Dialogue.
  • Release of the 2013 International Religious Freedom Report
    On July 26, Secretary Kerry announced the release of the 2013 International Religious Freedom Report, which describes the status of religious freedom, government policies violating religious belief and practices, and U.S. policies promoting religious freedom. The 2013 report for Equatorial Guinea is available by clicking the link above.