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Unacceptable Sudanese PM criticises army’s business interests

Abdalla Hamdok takes aim at the military over its vast economic activities, which he says should be limited to the defence sector. Sudanese Prime Minister...

He was dressed in prison clothes … the trial of “Al-Bashir” in the 1989 coup case was postponed

Today (Tuesday) to September 22, a Sudanese court postponed the trial of ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashiru, 27 others accused of seizing power in...

The Polio and “Non-Polio” Shell Game in Africa and the U.S.—2020 Update

By the Children’s Health Defense Team In early September, one week after definitively pronouncing the African continent polio-free, the World Health Organization (WHO) had to...

The Emirate Hybrid-Warfare and Regime Change Plans against Djibouti. By Dr. Bischara A. EGAL. July 7th, 2020. Part2

The most pernicious sea in Africa’s history may well be the Red Sea. This thin line of water has been deemed...

Corruption Inc. – Somalia Style

Political corruption is so rampant in Africa and Somalia in particularly since the civil war 1991. Resource-rich African countries such as Angola, Algeria, DRC,...

Who wants what in Sudan?

Sudanese artist Asil Diab (L), walks in front of a mural painting of Mohamed Mattar, on the wall of a youth club in Bahri...

Is Middle Eastern Rivalry Good for Africa?

In mid-June the pro-government Turkish daily Yeni Safak ran an article accusing the United Arab Emirates of “swimming in dangerous...

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UN Challenges Delay of Palestinian Elections

The United Nations issued a statement Sunday calling on the Palestinian Authority to set a date for the Palestinian...

Why is a Montréal school pushing students to join the Israeli military?

Why are Québec taxpayers funding a school enthusiastically promoting a foreign military engaged in a brutal 50-year occupation? More...

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