Corruption Trial of Equatorial Guinea Leader's Son Postponed

Teodorin Obiang is accused of stealing money from government coffers to buy a mansion in Paris, as well as a number of luxurious cars. He allegedly embezzling more than $105 million, and assets belonging to President Teodoro Obiang Nguema were seized in several countries in the run-up to the trial.

  • Equatorial Guinea:   France Seeks to Jail Obiang Junior

    RFI, 5 July 2017

    French prosecutors said on Wednesday they were seeking a three-year jail term and a 30 million euro fine for Equatorial Guinea's Vice President Teodorin Obiang, on trial in… Read more »

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