Whilst bearing in mind that the NATO-backed insurgents now in power, who have near destroyed Libya, de-stabilised, terrorized and hope to carve up Libya's resources for their benefit, have every reason to wish to disassociate themselves from the butchery of Quaddafi's terrible death, the new allegations illuminate interesting points.
The launch of an artificial satellite to the orbit by the Soviet Union in October of 1957 commenced the space race that reached an unprecedented scale today. Every more or less developed country wants to conquer the space. African states are tired of being the outsiders and decided to create their own space agency
Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi said he would participate in the summit of the Non-Aligned Movement that opens on August 30 in Tehran. This event foreshadows geopolitical developments in the Middle East, and not in favor of the U.S. It becomes clear that a representative of the "Muslim Brotherhood" Mursi seeks to act on his own
Over one hundred victims - 34 dead and 78 injured - is the result of a lethal confrontation on Thursday afternoon between striking miners and the police force in Marikana Mine, North-West Province in the north of South Africa, around 100 kilometres northwest of Johannesburg. As investigations ensue amid conflicting versions of events, what happened...
The event, which occurred in Egypt 60 years ago, opened a new era in the history of the country and exerted great influence on the further development of the Middle East. On July 23, 1952, a group of young officers conducted a military coup in Cairo. The monarchy was overthrown: Egyptian King Farouk was forced to abdicate
Africa is washed by two oceans and seas of blood. Today, the cradle of mankind is dying of hunger, drought and war. Ask any African if they want to live this way, and the answer will be "no". Ask the UN, and its answer will be the same. The only difference is that the world organization is lying shamelessly
Mohammed Mursi, one of the leaders of "the Muslim Brotherhood," became President of Egypt. The natural question - what is next? On the one hand, Mursi received his doctorate in the West. On the other hand, it is no secret that he intends to introduce Shariah in Egypt. The election results are not as grim as they are presented
It took a long time but after experimenting with foreign production methods, the United Nations Organization has decided that Africa is better off running programmes which focus on organic production methods. There is only one reason for any decision and in this case it is the following: organic production is better than Genetically Modified...
The world community by and large either turns a blind eye to the annexation by Morocco of the Western Sahara, home to the Saharawi people, invaded, tortured, abused and forgotten or else cavorts openly with Morocco, signing contracts with the invading power to usurp the resources of the Saharawi without their consent, against international law.
Angola is to hold parliamentary and presidential elections at the end of 2012. President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, who has been holding power for 33 years already, is going to face hard times. Many Russians are not indifferent to the fate of this country. After all, many Soviet people fought and worked there
Lies, deceit, blackmail, bullying, murder, torture, concentration camps, destruction of property, looting, massacres... all these words pale into insignificance when we look at what NATO has done in Libya - and intends to do to Syria within a few days. The sickening evidence coming out of Libya underlines what we are dealing with.
When Empress Catherine II visited the Crimea in 1787, Russian minister Grigory Potemkin created hollow facades of non-existent villages along the desolate banks of the Dnieper River in order to fool and impress the monarch with fake conquests, trying to enhance his standing in the empress’ eyes.
January 13 is the date marked for the 22 Saharawi political prisoners to be judged by a military tribunal in Rabat. The prisoners have been held in deplorable humanitarian conditions in Sale jail for over a year since the brutal repression by the invading Moroccan regime against the Gdeim Izik Camp.