Thatcher Case Puts Oil-Rich Equatorial Guinea in Spotlight Margaret Thatcher's son, Mark Thatcher, has pleaded guilty to helping fund a political coup in Equatorial Guinea. NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Peter Mass about the small country, which supplies the United States with 15 percent of its imported oil. Maas talks about his travels to the African nation, which he writes about in the latest Mother Jones magazine.
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Thatcher Case Puts Oil-Rich Equatorial Guinea in Spotlight

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Thatcher Case Puts Oil-Rich Equatorial Guinea in Spotlight

Thatcher Case Puts Oil-Rich Equatorial Guinea in Spotlight

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Margaret Thatcher's son, Mark Thatcher, has pleaded guilty to helping fund a political coup in Equatorial Guinea. NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Peter Mass about the small country, which supplies the United States with 15 percent of its imported oil. Maas talks about his travels to the African nation, which he writes about in the latest Mother Jones magazine.