Category Archives: History Modern

African Court Rules that Victoire Ingabire Did Not Receive a Fair Trial in Rwanda

re posted from                                    Black Star News

http://www.blackstarnews.com/global-politics/africa/african-court-rules-that-victoire-ingabire-did-not-receive-a

African Court Rules that Victoire Ingabire Did Not Receive a Fair Trial in Rwanda

Ann GarrisonNovember 27,2017

In 2010, Victoire Ingabire attempted to run for president against Rwanda’s Paul Kagame, but went to prison instead. The Rwandan Supreme Court ultimately sentenced her

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The Fall of Robert Mugabe — How Ruling Elite Betray Africa

re posted from                         Black Star News

http://www.blackstarnews.com/global-politics/africa/the-fall-of-robert-mugabe-how-ruling-elite-betray-africa.html

The Fall of Robert Mugabe — How Ruling Elite Betray Africa

 by Dr. Theogene Rudasingwa

November 17,2017

This is not Nkrumah’s vision for Africa.

In 2009, while on a working trip to Harare, I remember ordering breakfast that cost me trillions of then … Read the rest

British- Backed Museveni, Uganda`s Constitutionally Ratified Military Dictatorship Since 1986

re posted from the Africa Desk of           Executive Intelligence Review

originally published 1999

http://www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1999/eirv26n06-19990205/eirv26n06-19990205_057-museveni_moves_to_become_permane.pdf

Museveni to make himself permanent dictator in Uganda

by Linda de Hoyos

With a bill presented to the Ugandan Parliament on Dec. 18, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni took a dramatic step to entrench himself in power … Read the rest

The Rwanda Hit List:Revisionism, Denial, and the Genocide Conspiracy

re posted from                          Conscious Being Alliance

http://www.consciousbeingalliance.com/2010/03/the-rwanda-hit-list#more

original publication date 12 March 2010

The Rwanda Hit List:

Revisionism, Denial, and the Genocide Conspiracy

keith harmon snow
12 March 2010

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My experience with the Great Lakes region of Africa began in 1991. While traveling in southern Uganda I was witness … Read the rest

Open Letter to the political leaders of Central Africa, Southern Africa, and the Great Lakes regions

re posted from                                             APARECO

https://www.info-apareco.com/2017/06/14/open-letter-to-the-political-leaders-of-central-africa-southern-africa-and-the-great-lakes-regions/

Open Letter to the political leaders of Central Africa, Southern Africa, and the Great Lakes regions

By Honoré Ngbanda-Nzambo Ko Atumba

President of the APARECO

  • A third International War on the doorsteps of the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • The United States of America make a
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Sino-Sudanese Strategic Partnership Could Make the Sudan Great Again

re posted from                          Africa and the World

Sino-Sudanese Strategic Partnership Could Make the Sudan Great Again

Sino-Sudanese Strategic Partnership Could Make the Sudan Great Again

4 September 2017

Mubarak M.Musa.. Khartoum

 The historic and successful visit of the Chinese Vice- Premier of the State Council Zhang Gaoli to Khartoum, marked
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Rwanda Genocide: Erlinder v. Kagame in the Court of Public Opinion

this article was originally published on 04/09/2011

re posted from                               Ann Garrison

to listen to the audio click here

http://www.anngarrison.com/audio/rwanda-genocide-erlinder-v-kagame-in-the-court-of-public-opinion

 

Rwanda Genocide: Erlinder v. Kagame in the Court of Public Opinion

Law Professor and former National Lawyers Guild President Peter Erlinder’s case against Rwandan President Paul Kagame, and his … Read the rest

The Empire Strikes Back: with destructive and dishonest neo-colonialism

re posted from                               RT.com

https://www.rt.com/op-edge/399004-colonialism-venezuela-empire-us-britain/

The Empire Strikes Back: with destructive and dishonest neo-colonialism

This month sees some significant anniversaries in the struggle against old-style colonialism. The trouble is that colonialism didn’t go away after countries in the developing world formally achieved their independence from Europe’s ‘Great Powers.’

It was

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Canadian media misleads public about country’s role abroad

re posted from                             Pambazuka

https://www.pambazuka.org/global-south/canadian-media-misleads-public-about-country%E2%80%99s-role-abroad

 

Credits: Global Affairs Canada

 by Yves Engler

Imagine if the media only reported the good news that governments and corporations wanted you to see, hear and read about. Unfortunately, that is not far from the reality of reporting about Canada’s role

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