Mali's civil society rises up against sanctions
Since the US and its European NATO allies destroyed Libya in 2011, the entire region has been destabilized by terrorism.
Niger government breaches UN treaty under pressure from Rwanda and France
The more one looks into the Rwandan genocide and what the causes and consequences of that gigantic tragedy were, the more one discovers that the reality is far different from the official story.
The Extraordinary Story of the Case Against Félicien Kabuga
With only 3 months to his 89th birthday, the accused is still waiting for the trial to begin.
Mali: Where There is Wealth, There are Armed Soldiers
Mercenaries have neither friends nor enemies but fight for the interests of those who hire and pay them.
Guinea: bauxite, coups and AFRICOM
In the last 13 years, all the military coup leaders in Africa have been trained and instructed by AFRICOM. And this has very little to do with constitutional order or democracy.
Outrage in Africa over the Granting of Observer Status to “Israel” at the AU
African member states and organizations in solidarity with Palestine denounce the inappropriateness of the measure and call for its revocation.
Riots and Social Explosion in South Africa
After decades of governmental abuse and neglect of the most disadvantaged classes in a country of 60 million people, almost half of the population lives in poverty.