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08.27.18: Voice Mail

President Santos spoke out against Maduro’s repeated assertions that Venezuela’s scarcity crisis is the result of activities from Colombian paramilitaries. Speaking at an event at the  664 more words

Daily Update

Richard Silverstein: It’s Time To Hold Israel, Israelis and American Zionists Financially Responsible For Terrorism

 US nonprofits may aid Israeli terror

By Richard Silverstein   MintPressNews.com  August 21, 2015
A special MintPress ANALYSIS

A group of activists protest outside the Washington Convention Center where American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is holding its annual meeting on March 01, 2015… 2,641 more words
U.S. Foreign Policy

DO YOU KNOW KENYA?

KENYA IN HISTORY: A chronology of key events:

c 3.3 million BC – Evidence of some of the earliest human tools have been found in Kenya, suggesting that it was the cradle of humanity from which descendents moved out to populate the world. 2,272 more words

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Day #48 - August 23, 2014 - Gaza's 9/11?

According to the Israeli  military, since the start of Operation Protective Edge on July 8, Israel had launched more than 5,000 airstrikes in Gaza, while fighters in Gaza had fired close to 4,000 rockets and mortars into Israel by August 23, 2014. 195 more words

Gaza

More Questions About The International Criminal Court

It took Africa just over a decade to conclude that the International Criminal Court (ICC), established in 2002 by the Rome Statute, is simply unfit for purpose. 1,109 more words

The International Reporter

ICC Pursues Bashir and Rattles African Union

The discord between the International Criminal Court (ICC) and African countries would have been comical, were it not so calamitous. How long will it last? At what costs to important international and continental affairs? 1,310 more words

Politics

IS MOST LIKELY THAT SUDAN PRESIDENT OMAR AL-BASHIR MAY BE ATTENDING THE UNITED NATION SUMMIT IN NEW YORK THIS YEAR WHERE HE WOULD BE DELIVERING A SPEECH.

The Sudanese president Omar Al-Bashir is among those leaders in Africa that have kept blind eyes to the atrocities being committed in his country Sudan and pains the citizens of his country are passing through on daily basis without him thinking of how to resolve the problems. 164 more words

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