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Equatorial Guinea

After obtaining independence from Spain in 1968, the tiny (28,051-square-kilometer) West African nation of Equatorial Guinea, which borders on the Bight of Biafra, entered a period of ostensible democracy. The Fang (85.7 percent) are by far the largest ethnic group. ...

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