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EQUATORIALGUINEA-SOCIETY/
RTR4OK5U
February 07, 2015
A crocodile is seen for sale at a food market in Bata, February 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
Crocodile is seen for sale at a food market in Bata
A crocodile is seen for sale at a food market in Bata, February 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA-SOCIETY/
RTR4OJ4L
February 06, 2015
Boys drink water from a tap in Bata, February 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
Boys drink water from a tap in Bata
Boys drink water from a tap in Bata, February 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA-RELIGION/
RTR4NNIA
January 30, 2015
People attend Friday prayers at Bisa mosque in downtown Bata January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh...
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
People attend Friday prayers at Bisa mosque in downtown Bata
People attend Friday prayers at Bisa mosque in downtown Bata January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
EQUATORIALGUINEA-RELIGION/
RTR4NNHU
January 30, 2015
A man wearing a soccer jersey with the name of Brazilian striker Ronaldinho, attends Friday prayers outside...
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
Man wearing a soccer jersey with the name of Brazilian striker Ronaldinho, attends Friday prayers outside...
A man wearing a soccer jersey with the name of Brazilian striker Ronaldinho, attends Friday prayers outside Bisa mosque in downtown Bata January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION SPORT SOCCER)
EQUATORIALGUINEA/
RTR2WWVV
January 26, 2012
Girls walk along a street after classes in Bata January 26, 2012. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
Girls walk along a street after classes in Bata
Girls walk along a street after classes in Bata January 26, 2012. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKME
January 20, 2012
A worshipper holds prayer beads during Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A worshipper holds prayer beads during Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which...
A worshipper holds prayer beads during Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKM9
January 20, 2012
A man looks on after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A man looks on after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
A man looks on after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKLY
January 20, 2012
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKLX
January 20, 2012
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKLT
January 20, 2012
A man (L) looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A man looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
A man (L) looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKLL
January 20, 2012
Muslims buy the Koran and religious books after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
Muslims buy the Koran and religious books after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of...
Muslims buy the Koran and religious books after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKLC
January 20, 2012
People buy religious books and food after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata,...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
People buy religious books and food after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata,...
People buy religious books and food after Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKL6
January 20, 2012
A man looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A man looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
A man looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKL3
January 20, 2012
A woman reads the Koran before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A woman reads the Koran before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will...
A woman reads the Koran before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKKY
January 20, 2012
A man is seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A man is seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
A man is seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKKP
January 20, 2012
Women are seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
Women are seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
Women are seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKKM
January 20, 2012
A man reads the Koran before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A man reads the Koran before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host...
A man reads the Koran before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKKD
January 20, 2012
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
A woman looks on before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKK7
January 20, 2012
A woman is seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
A woman is seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata
A woman is seen before Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA
RTR2WKK2
January 20, 2012
People attend Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
BATA, Equatorial Guinea
People attend Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's...
People attend Friday prayers at the only mosque in the Bisa area of Bata, which will host tomorrow's opening ceremony for the African Nations Cup, January 20, 2012. Muslims in Equatorial Guinea, who is co-hosting the African Nations Cup with Gabon from January 21 to February 12, make up less than 1 percent of the population, according to a U.S. State Department report in 2007. The mosque was built by migrant workers from various African nations working in Bata, according to the worshippers. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EQUATORIAL GUINEA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
EQUATORIALGUINEA VISIT
RTR1JDEF
November 15, 2006
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela...
Madrid, Spain
President of Equatorial Guinea Obiang listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela palace...
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela palace November 15, 2006. Obiang cancelled a visit to the Spanish parliament amid protests from politicians on the human rights record of the oil-rich former Spanish colony. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
EQUATORIALGUINEA VISIT
RTR1JDEB
November 15, 2006
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela...
Madrid, Spain
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela...
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela palace November 15, 2006. Obiang cancelled a visit to the Spanish parliament amid protests from politicians on the human rights record of the oil-rich former Spanish colony. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
EQUATORIALGUINEA VISIT
RTR1JDDU
November 15, 2006
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela...
Madrid, Spain
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela...
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) listens to Spanish King Juan Carlos at Madrid's Zarzuela palace November 15, 2006. Obiang cancelled a visit to the Spanish parliament amid protests from politicians on the human rights record of the oil-rich former Spanish colony. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
EQUATORIALGUINEA VISIT
RTR1JD1O
November 15, 2006
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) shakes hands with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis...
Madrid, Spain
President of Equatorial Guinea Obiang shakes hands with Spanish Prime Minister Rodriguez Zapatero in...
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) shakes hands with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero at Madrid's Moncloa palace November 15, 2006. Obiang cancelled a visit to the Spanish parliament amid protests from politicians on the human rights record of the oil-rich former Spanish colony. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
EQUATORIALGUINEA VISIT
RTR1JD1M
November 15, 2006
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) talks to Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez...
Madrid, Spain
President of Equatorial Guinea Obiang talks to Spanish Prime Minister Rodriguez Zapatero in Madrid
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) talks to Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero as he leaves Madrid's Moncloa palace November 15, 2006. Obiang cancelled a visit to the Spanish parliament amid protests from politicians on the human rights record of the oil-rich former Spanish colony. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
EQUATORIALGUINEA VISIT
RTR1JD1G
November 15, 2006
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) talks to Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez...
Madrid, Spain
President of Equatorial Guinea Obiang talks to Spanish Prime Minister Rodriguez Zapatero in Madrid
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (L) talks to Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero after his arrival at Madrid's Moncloa palace November 15, 2006. Obiang cancelled a visit to the Spanish parliament amid protests from politicians on the human rights record of the oil-rich former Spanish colony. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
EQUATORIALGUINEA VISIT
RTR1JD1E
November 15, 2006
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (R) shakes hands with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis...
Madrid, Spain
President of Equatorial Guinea Obiang shakes hands with Spanish Prime Minister Rodriguez Zapatero in...
President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang (R) shakes hands with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero after his arrival at Madrid's Moncloa palace November 15, 2006. Obiang cancelled a visit to the Spanish parliament amid protests from politicians on the human rights record of the oil-rich former Spanish colony. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
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