After the visit of Carlos Gomes Junior to Angola where he managed one more line of credit of 25 million U.S. dollars to support the restructuring that is underway in the armed forces of Guinea-Bissau, or perhaps, to pay wages in arrears - the capital Bissau awoke in the aftermath of Christmas with military movements and reportedly, shooting in the...
It would be no exaggeration at all to say that Cesária Évora was, is and shall always be the voice of Africa for millions of people. It is a fact that Cesária Évora is world heritage for the CPLP/Portuguese-speaking countries and shall always be. Because Cesária Évora is more than a voice, more than a heart and more than a soul.
The women of Southern Sudan have urged the authorities of the world's newest member state to involve women in all levels of governance from the beginning, countering trends for societies in conflict to rely on male elites and then repeat the cycles. Previous examples have highlighted the need to implement policies of gender equality.
23 Saharawi prisoners have today, December 1, been on an indefinite hunger strike for one month, bringing awareness to the plight of the Saharawi people of Western Sahara, invaded and occupied illegally by Morocco in 1975, and who have since been denied the right to a vote to determine their future. What does the world community do? Nothing.
The Egyptian army has symbolic powers, historical, political and economic powers with an unusual reach, became the backbone of the country in a state within a state and in a group of major economic powers in the world. Egypt is in fact a State Army.
Despite the claims of the National Transitional Council of Libya (NTC) that Saif al Islam Gadhafi, the apprehended subject of an International Criminal Court arrest warrant that ordered his transport to The Hague, is in a secure hidden location near Zintan, Libya, a town approximately 85 miles southwest of Tripoli, this is not the case.
Correct, we might well ask because Africa is apparently invisible and has certainly been inaudible, looking on cowering in fear as a new wave of neo-colonialism is launched against her shores, by the same demons who sold Africans into slavery and stole her resources. As Mother Africa is raped, her sons look on like voyeurs.
As if life was not already exasperatingly difficult for the Somali refugees, fleeing their war-torn and drought-stricken nation, now a cholera outbreak is spreading among those living in the overcrowded Dadaab complex of camps in Kenya. To compound the problem, efforts to deliver aid are hampered by insecurity.
The death of Colonel Gaddafi made many assume that NATO was going to finish its operation in Libya. However, it is too early to say that the Libyan operation is over. Ali Tarhouni, an official spokesman for the National Transitional Council asked the NATO administration to prolong its mission in Libya
The National Transitional Council of Libya в delivered the official report about the death of the former head of Jamahiriya, Muammar Gaddafi. Prime Minister of Libya Mahmoud Jibril said in the beginning of the news conference in Tripoli that the NTC had been waiting for this moment for a long time. Gaddafi is dead, Jibril said
US troops landed in Africa's Uganda on October 19. US troops will also be deployed in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in the Central African Republic and in Southern Sudan. What does Washington need in Africa? The goal of the operation is to help the countries of the region struggle against Lord's Resistance Army terrorist group
Is NATO using forbidden weaponry in Libya? Below is video footage of what is purported to be attacks using white phosphorous The graphic images of the effects upon human beings this horrific substance has are too horrendous for us to place here, but a search will reveal the demonic mindset involved in deploying this substance.
Kenya's problems in the north began 20 years ago, when Somalia virtually stopped its existence. The regime of Siad Barre collapsed, and the nation split into several entities. Somali extremists have become especially active on the territory of Kenya recently. It is foreign specialists and tourists that suffer from those attacks in the first place