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Obiang tells world not to intervene in Africa

The Associated Press: "MALABO, Equatorial Guinea (AP) — Foreign military intervention has caused massive suffering in Africa, the African Union's current chairman said Thursday in a message that is being seen as a jab at the NATO airstrikes in Libya.
Teodoro Obiang Nguema, who is the president of Equatorial Guinea, also blamed outside 'agents' for sparking pro-democracy demonstrations in countries across Africa including his own."

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