A group of Saharawi political prisoners, some serving lifetime, has launched an appeal to the church communities of Texas to denounce Kosmos Energy's plans to drill in their occupied homeland, Western Sahara.
The prosperous Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya is gone. The once vibrant country has become a failed state, ruled by militias and "jihadists" who terrorize the land and wage war on each other over the ruins of NATO's deceitful promises of democracy.
The name of man who claims to be on a mission to drive out "Islamists and terrorists" from Libya, was mentioned as early as February 22, 2011 - only five days after the start of the NATO-led rebellion against the Jamahiriya - as the possible leader of "post-Gaddafi Libya". And not without reason.
In anticipation of the United Nations Security Council meeting on Western Sahara on 17th April, 116 organisations from 21 countries have issued a joint letter calling for Security Council members to agree an expansion of the current MINURSO mandate to include the monitoring and protection of the human rights of the people of Western Sahara.
At the 22nd Summit of the African Union held in the Ethiopian capital, President of Mauritania Mohamed Abdel Aziz who came to power as a result of a coup was elected chairman of the organization. Robert Mugabe, widely criticized by the West, became the first deputy of Aziz. The AU has made it clear for the EU who rules on the African continent
UNICEF's latest data reveal disparities and show the need to innovate to promote children's rights. As we approach the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, much progress has been made , but to reach the unreached children, greater focus is needed on disparities.
In a two-day referendum in Egypt, more than 95 percent of the population supported the new constitution. The fact that the majority of Egyptians support the Constitution is not suspicious at all. The people of Egypt support all constitutions and vote "for" by an overwhelming majority in all referendums
Senegal is artificially delaying the release of a Russian trawler "Oleg Naydenov." The scheduled meeting of Russian diplomats and representative of the Federal Fishery Agency with the President of Senegal has not taken place. Household and medical issues of the arrested vessel are not being solved. No formal charges have been filed. Who will pay...
Pravda.Ru speaks to an Officer of the Libyan Green Resistance, who tells us about the reality on the ground in Libya, to what extent the NATO-backed Government rules the country (or not), to what extent the Libyan people back the "Government" and a lot more besides...
Pravda.Ru spoke to Salina Sanou, a pan-African expert on education and gender issues, Head of Policy at the Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development (ACORD). The interview focuses on the issue of women's rights within Africa and to what extent the Millennium Development Goals have brought tangible advantages.
The United States is facing a financial crisis, but its government has not forgotten about the foreign policy. The tiny African nation of the Gambia has declared that the U.S. and the UK were planning to implement a coup in this rather poor country. Why does the West need control of the Gambia?
It was Italy who invented the air raid in 1911. That year the Royal Italian Air Force dropped on the Libyan capital Tripoli a few bombs, just before attached to airplanes made of wood and cloth. The Turkish army that garrisoned the city was annihilated by this display of military superiority and Libya in short changed hands, passing from the...
Where? Quite. We find a lot of bias in today's corporate international media and a lot of omissions, among these the pending humanitarian crisis in Aleppo, Syria, where western-backed terrorists are starving civilians to death and another is the current crisis in the Central African Republic involving 4.5 million people.