Behind the Obama Visit to East Africa. Imperialism with a “Human Face”, Outright Militarization of the African Continent

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By Abayomi Azikiwe Global Research, July 28, 2015 Washington’s foreign policy towards Africa was highlighted recently through the visit of President Barack Obama to Kenya and Ethiopia. Also the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, came to … Continue reading

Expropriation of Rural Communities in Mozambique. International Agribusiness and the Struggle for Control of Land and Water

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Mozambique’s Council of Ministers must say ‘no’ to resettlement of 100,000 in the Nacala Corridor By Grain Global Research, May 11, 2015 GRAIN More than half a million people living in communities along the banks of the Lúrio River in … Continue reading

Recolonization of Africa: US Military Missions Reach Record Levels After Pentagon Inks Deal to Remain in Africa for Decades

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2044 or Bust By Nick Turse Global Research, April 15, 2015 TomDispatch 14 April 2015 For three days, wearing a kaleidoscope of camouflage patterns, they huddled together on a military base in Florida. They came from U.S. Special Operations Command … Continue reading

The Legacy of Burkina Faso’s Thomas Sankara

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Sankara Courts to Allow Exhumation of Thomas Sankara Remains. Investigation is needed which would be international in scope By Abayomi Azikiwe Global Research, March 10, 2015 Martyred Burkinabe revolutionary Pan-Africanist and Marxist leader from 1983-1987, Capt. Thomas Sankara, was assassinated … Continue reading

“Next 9/11 Will Come Out Of Libya”: US Authorities Making the Case to Expand the War on ISIS into Libya

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U.S. says “targeting authority” in Libya needed to take out ISIS By Kurt Nimmo Global Research, March 03, 2015 Infowars Image: Hillary Clinton with the so-called pro-democracy rebels in Libya during the NATO intervention which overthrew Gaddafi. An anonymous source … Continue reading

Australian Uranium Mining Company Accused of Contaminating Lake Malawi

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By Mayu Chang Global Research, January 29, 2015 CorpWatch 28 January 2015 Lake Malawi. Photo: bathyporeia. Used under Creative Commons license. Paladin Energy, an Australian mining company, has been accused of discharging uranium-contaminated sludge into Lake Malawi, which supports 1.7 … Continue reading

“Humanitarian Intervention” in Nigeria: Is the Boko Haram Insurgency Another CIA Covert Operation? Wikileaks

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By Atheling P Reginald Mavengira Global Research, January 25, 2015 African Renaissance News We have already been regaled with reports provided by Wikileaks which identified the US embassy in Nigeria as a forward operating base for wide and far reaching acts of subversion against Nigeria which include … Continue reading

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR): An Anglo-American Creation in Support of the Kagame Dictatorship

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The ICTR exists to impose “victor’s justice” upon the Hutu remnants of the vanquished former regime By Edward S. Herman and David Peterson Global Research, January 20, 2015 It is widely recognized by independent analysts and observers of the International … Continue reading