1. Equatorial Guinea has three official languages: Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
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5. Equatorial Guinea is the smallest African country to be a member of the United Nations.
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10. Equatorial Guinea is located on the western coast of Africa, between Cameroon and Gabon.
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12. Equatorial Guinea has minor border disputes with Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea involving coastal areas which define off-shore territorial and affect ownership of potential future oil concession in the Gulf of Guinea.
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16. Equatorial Guinea has minor border disputes with Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea involving coastal areas that define offshore territorial and affect ownership of potential future oil concession in the Gulf of Guinea.
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21. Equatorial Guinea is the third largest producer of crude oil in sub-Saharan Africa, after Nigeria and Angola.
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22. Equatorial Guinea has two of the deepest Atlantic seaports of the region, including the main business and commercial port city of Bata.
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25. Equatorial Guinea is on the west coast of equatorial Africa, bordered by Cameroon to the north and Gabon to the south and east.
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26. Equatorial Guinea severed its diplomatic ties with Spain in 1977.
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30. On October 12, 1968, Equatorial Guinea was granted complete independence from Spain.
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40. Equatorial Guinea joined the United Nations on 12 November 1969; it participates in ECA and several nonregional specialized agencies.
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41. In 2017 Equatorial Guinea signed a preliminary agreement with Ghana to sell liquefied natural gas; as oil production wanes, the government believes LNG could provide a boost to revenues, but it will require large investments and long lead times to develop.
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48. Equatorial Guinea is famous for the swimmers Eric Moussambani, nicknamed "Eric the Eel", and Paula Barila Bolopa, "Paula the Crawler", who had astoundingly slow times at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
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57. Equatorial Guinea broke off ties with Spain and the West.
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