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Equatorial Guinea, which is officially called the Republic of Equatorial Guinea and consists of a continental part as well as part of the nation which is made up of islands. The capital city is Malabo, while its largest city is Bata, and the official languages are Spanish, Portuguese, and French. In 1968, the country gained independence, and in 1970, the president, Francisco Nguema, conducted tyranny so deep that more than a third of the population was killed or exiled and the economy collapsed.



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