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Artikel
1 March 2011
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Autor/in: José L. Gómez del Prado y Helena Torroja Mateu

La proliferación de empresas militares y de seguridad privadas (EMSP)...es un fenómeno contemporáneo alarmante...Estas empresas se han convertido en el brazo armado de algunos Estados, de beligerantes y otros entes no estatales que actúan con total...

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20 February 2011
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Autor/in: Heather Stewart, Guardian [UK]

Britain is throwing its weight behind European efforts to force oil and mining companies to publish details of every penny they pay to governments in poor countries where they operate…When multinational resources firms move into African states they...

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10 February 2011
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9 February 2011
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8 December 2010
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8 December 2010
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Artikel
21 October 2010
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Autor/in: BBC News

A United Nations agency has suspended plans to grant a prize sponsored by Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang Nguema after lobbying by human rights groups. Mr Obiang is accused of rights abuses, rigging elections and corruption...The UN...

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Story
21 October 2010
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UNESCO announced on 21 October 2010 that it was suspending plans to award a prize for "research that improves quality of life", sponsored and funded by, and named for Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.  NGOs had denounced the p...

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Artikel
6 October 2010
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Autor/in: Revenue Watch

A pioneering new measurement of government public disclosure in managing oil, gas and minerals ranks Brazil and Norway highest among 41 countries for making public detailed information about these key resources, the Revenue Watch Institute (RWI) and...

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30 August 2010
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Autor/in: UN News Centre

Two members of the UN Working Group on the use of mercenaries Amada Benavides de Pérez...and José-Luis Gomez del Prado...concluded a five day visit to Equatorial Guinea...to investigate activities of mercenaries in the country and their impact on human...

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