The United Nations Organization warns of "emergency levels of severe acute malnutrition" and "famine" in Borno State, Nigeria, affecting over a quarter of a million people directly and indirectly, some 3.8 million. The situation is nearing calamitous proportions and the international community, as usual, has failed to honor the appeal.
Women and girls are being treated as commodities, sex slaves and objects of torture. People are being burnt alive, hacked to pieces or gang raped, the most shocking examples of wanton violence the African continent has seen since NATO-backed terrorists swarmed into Libya's cities cutting the breasts off women in the streets.
41 years ago, November 14, 1975 Spain wrote one of the saddest pages in its history, delivered in haste and on a platter, an entire people tethered hand and foot for the slaughter. Since then Morocco has not ceased in its attempts to physically eliminate the Saharawi people from the map as an attacker and occupier.
Those responsible for the situation in Libya today in Europe or on the campaign trail in the USA - we are talking about the FUKUS Axis (France, UK, US) - should not only hang their heads in shame but prepare themselves for due legal process as war criminals. Africa's most prosperous nation now lives a daily nightmare of chaos five years on.
On 7th July 2015 at 9.30pm, the Moroccan security forces arrested 15-year old Abujahid Abid. His mother described what happened to members of AdalaUK: "My son went out about 8pm to do a couple of things I had asked him to do, but he didn't come home.
Election turmoil and Constitutional crisis sparks civil unrest - Burundi in deteriorating situation with killings, arrests and detentions. UNO speaks of multiple cases of torture and there are 200,000 refugees in neighboring countries as international observers speak of a humanitarian crisis.
According to information of the ASVDH (Saharawi Association of Victims of Serious Violations of Human Rights committed by the Moroccan State), the Saharawi political activist and journalist, Salah Eddine Lebsir, currently held in the Black Prison of El Aaiun, was brought before the Court of Appeal - second instance, on August 5th, 2015 at 9:15 am...
The decolonization of Western Sahara is one of the most brutal disputes on the agenda called "international community". Since the 1970s, that northwest African area rich in resources has been occupied by the Kingdom of Morocco, which advanced on the territory after the controversial withdrawal of the colonial power, Spain.
Year after year, Morocco ensures that the UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) does not assume its responsibilities regarding human rights. For yet another year, now 24 in total, the UN Security Council has wasted the opportunity to strengthen MINURSO by including a mandate for human rights.
At the roar of the cannon we had to wave our flag in a foreign land, not for the success of the Italian genius that to look good is nothing else except the inventiveness of the poor. And against a defenseless nation whose army could not even compete with the Italian.
The ISIS beheading of 21 Egyptian Copts on a beach in Libya has generated rage and disdain among the international community, as well as in the Arab world and a strong reaction from Cairo. The Egyptian and Emirates Air Force attacks on several sites of the group's stronghold in Derna, killed over 50 jihadists
During a historic event last Monday at the Committee Rooms Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, dr. Moussa Ibrahim, the main media spokesperson of the Libyan Jamahiriya government at the time of the NATO aggression in 2011, spoke publicly in English for the first time after the so-called fall of Tripoli. Dr. Ibrahim, who is still wanted by...
The US Department of Justice has reached a settlement regarding its civil forfeiture cases against assets in the US owned by Second Vice President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue. the second vice president, Teodoro Nguema Obiang, will sell his US assets including six life-sized statues of singer Michael Jackson