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Haunted by poverty and famine in Africa

Statistics SA released figures that show more than 50% of South Africans, that is, 30 million people, have been condemned to poverty with about...

Qaddafi’s execution and the future of Libya

"The US is on the verge of sending troops into Sudan and other African countries fulfilling the prophecy that an African-American president would launch wars in Africa without evoking the charge of racism. Africa is too important a continent to be left to the Africans....Qaddafi’s execution-style killing has opened the way for the re-colonization not only of Libya but the entire African continent."

Journalists’ Killings: Justice eludes in India’s Assam

"Working in insurgency stricken Assam, which publishes nearly 25 morning daily newspapers and supports 6 local satellite news channels is increasingly becoming dangerous for working journalists. The ongoing insurgency and unrest among the youth of this region, where over 15 armed outfits have been fighting New Delhi on various demands varying from sovereignty to self-rule, put tremendous challenges on the journalists based in the State."

U.S. marshals Military Might to challenge Asian Century

"The rise of a dynamic, integrated and dominant Asia in this century is inevitable and inexorable. Any attempt to retard or thwart it by military force from outside the continent will produce catastrophic consequences."

"Saviors and Survivors: Darfur, Politics, and the War on Terror" ::...

Mamdani’s book is much more than an exposé of the Darfur lobby in the United States, which “has turned the tragedy of the people of Darfur into a knife with which to slice Africa by demonizing one group of Africans, African Arabs.” Along with his in-depth analysis of the history of the conflict he proposes real solutions. He also warns readers, “At stake is the independence of Africa. The Save Darfur lobby...is a clarion call for the recolonization of ‘failed’ states in Africa. In its present form, the call for justice is really a slogan that masks a big power agenda to recolonize Africa.”

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