Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is a small country located on the west coast of Africa.

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What is the capital of Equatorial Guinea?

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Oyala is the new governmental capital of Equatorial Guinea. * Until February 2017, the city of Malabo on the island of Bioko was the capital of Equatorial Guinea. The new capital, Oyala, was still being constructed on the mainland. The capital of Guinea Ecuatorial is Malabo you mama Malabo is the capital of Equatorial Guinea. Malabo is Equatorial Guinea's capital. Malabo is the capital of Equatorial Guinea. georgetown
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What hemisphere is Equatorial Guinea in?

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Equatorial Guinea is split in half by the equator, making it a country in both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere. It is also in the Eastern Hemisphere. Equatorial Guinea is located in the Northern Hemisphere. It is also located in the Eastern Hemisphere. However, the country is very close to the Equator and the Prime Meridian.
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Does equatorial guinea have uniforms?

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Yes, but only for certain jobs, such as police and military.
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What languages are spoken in Equatorial Guinea?

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If you meant Papua New Guinea, click here.If you meant Western New Guinea, click here.If you meant the Republic of Guinea, click here.If you meant Guinea-Bissau, click here._____________________________The 3 official languages of Equatorial Guinea are:Spanish (national language)FrenchPortuguese67.6% of Equatorial Guineans can speak Spanish. Almost no one speaks French.The recognized regional languages are:FangBubeCombeWest African Pidgin EnglishAnnoboneseIgboHere is a list of languages spoken in Equatorial Guinea:AnnoboneseBalengueBaseke (nearly extinct)BatangaBengaBissioBubeBujebaCombeFa d’AmbôFangFernando Po Creole EnglishFrenchGumuGyeleIgboKwasioMolengueNdoweNgumbiPichinglisPortugueseSekiSpanishYasaThere is little to no information about sign languages in Equatorial Guinea.
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What is the transportation of equatorial guinea?

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by boat because Africa has a poor economy from no roads or highways built. so they use their boats to cross to get to trade.
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What is guinea?

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Geography: Guinea - Place in West Africa formrly called as French guinea Zoology: Guinea fowl - Flightless bird belonging to the order same as pheasants and turkeys; monogamous; white or pearl color, grey with white spots etc. Vrieties includes - White breasted, Black, helmeted, plumed, crested and vulturine guinea fowl Zoology: Guinea pig - Experimental animal - a rodent belonging to the genus Caviidae and genus Cavia - for research purpose. Also used as food by indigenous south American folklore.
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When did Spanish Guinea end?

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Spanish Guinea ended in 1968, when it became Equatorial Guinea.
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Where is telephone country code 240?

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Country code +240 (dialed as 00 240 from many places) is Equatorial Guinea (not to be confused with the Republic of Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, or Papua New Guinea). All landline numbers begin with +240 0. (You do not drop the 0 from the domestic number when calling from abroad, as you do for most other countries.) All mobile numbers begin with +240 2, +240 5, or +240 6. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.) +240 is Equatorial Guinea
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Who is the President of Equatorial Guinea?

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Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo is the President of Equatorial Guinea. He took power in 1979 August 3, in a coup-d'etat, overthrowing the first president, Francisco Macías Nguema. A national referendum in 1982 approved his presidency for 7 years, and in 1989 he was elected president for the first time. He has continued to be elected every 7 years, although most observers consider the elections fraudulent.
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Why do Scotts not list values for most of Equatorial Guinea stamps?

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One of the important factors in listing stamps is to only include stamps that were issued for legitimate postage use. There are many countries that have created and printed stamps specifically to sell to collectors. They print hundreds of thousands of stamps well above the needs of the population of the country. These types of stamps are seldom listed in the catalogs.
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What is currency in Equatorial Guinea?

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The Communaute Financiere Africaine franc or XAF.
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Who is the richest man in equatorial guinea?

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Teodoro Obiag Mguema Mbasogo. he has been the president of this rich country fro 30 yeas, and he keep about 80% of the country oil profit. no body knows how much money this guy make from is country fortune except Exxon Mob il
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What is the state bird of Equatorial Guinea?

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Equatorial Guinea currently has no national bird.
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Is Hawaii in Equatorial Guinea?

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No, Hawaii is in northern Polynesia.
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Who was the President of Equatorial Guinea in 1983?

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Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo was the President of Equatorial Guinea in 1983. He took power in 1979 August 3, in a coup-d'etat, overthrowing the first president, Francisco Macías Nguema. A national referendum in 1982 approved his presidency for 7 years, and in 1989 he was elected president for the first time. He has continued to be elected every 7 years, although most observers consider the elections fraudulent.
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Who was the President of Equatorial Guinea in 1995?

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Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo was the President of Equatorial Guinea in 1995. He took power in 1979 August 3, in a coup-d'etat, overthrowing the first president, Francisco Macías Nguema. A national referendum in 1982 approved his presidency for 7 years, and in 1989 he was elected president for the first time. He has continued to be elected every 7 years, although most observers consider the elections fraudulent.

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