Monthly Archives: September 2023

Niger demands ‘negotiated framework’ for France withdrawal

Abas la France Vive Poutine/ Down with France Long Live Putin

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Niger demands ‘negotiated framework’ for France withdrawal

US Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) (L) talks with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) during a rally with fellow Democrats before voting on H.R. 1, or the People Act, on the East Steps of the US Capitol on March 08, 2019 in Washington, DC. (AFP photo)

People participate in a march in Niamey, Niger, on 30 July 2023, in support of a coup that ousted pro-Western former president,

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“Win-Win Cooperation” Is Our Goal for China-U.S. Relations

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In fact, there is no objective inherent contradiction between the development of China and the development of the United States. I know this as an expert on African political economy. The needs of the African nations in terms of basic infrastructure; railroads, electricity, Read the rest

Trudeau’s great Nazi whitewash / Libya: Obama and Hillary’s war crimes

Source: Australian Citizens Party

29 September 2023

1. Trudeau’s great Nazi whitewash unravels—is Albanese’s next?

2. Don’t blame Mother Nature for Obama and Hillary’s war crimes

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$3.24 Billion to be Invested in Tanzania SGR Construction by Spain

The Tanzanian section of the African Integrated High Speed Railway Network is a key link to the land-locked countries of the Great Lakes:

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$3.24 Billion to be Invested in Tanzania SGR Construction by Spain

Tanzania SGR project foresaw another

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Value Addition to Minerals in DRC: Good News for independent miners

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Congo plans new copper-cobalt smelter to serve informal miners

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Democratic Republic of Congo said it’s backing plans for a new domestically owned copper-cobalt plant to help formalize artisanal mining in the country,

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