Mali Massacre: Police Marksmen Had British Backing via EU Scheme Despite Brexit

Phil Miller Mali’s anti-terrorist “Forsat” unit received UK-funded training (Photo: Habibou Kouyate / AFP via Getty) After the Brexit vote, the British government bypassed parliament to support EU aid for an African police squad that massacred protesters and staged a jailbreak. Malian police unit is accused of killing 14 protesters three months after receiving EU…

38 Years After the US Invasion of Grenada, People Ask “Where is the Body of Maurice Bishop?”

🇬🇩 This month marks the 38th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Grenada. Following the assassination of Maurice Bishop, Washington worked to dismantle the people's Revolution, led by the New Jewel Movement. Dr. Terence Marryshow: pic.twitter.com/87GbXfhIHw — Kawsachun News (@KawsachunNews) October 5, 2021 Dr. Terence Marryshow, who was Captain of the People's Revolutionary Army responsible…

Colombia: A Threat to Latin America

Pueblo en Armas In Colombia, state terrorism has deepened and is open. Social leaders, indigenous people, peasants, teachers, settlers are assassinated every day. The rich in Colombia hold on to power and maintain their model of accumulation by means of discriminatory violence against activists and their organizations. According to data from Global Witness, a Human…

A Company Family: The Untold History of Obama and the CIA

Jeremy Kuzmarov Obama speaks at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Source: Getty Images Despite his liberal pretensions, Obama’s foreign policy was dreamed up at Langley—which should not have been surprising given his background This essay is another in CAM’s series on the history of the CIA. Obama has been in the news this week for…

South Africa: Not Even the Dead

New Frame Our history of violence accumulates into the present as time slips by, and taints the future too. There must be decisive action against all political murders, old and new alike. South Africa is one of the most violent countries on the planet. We have the highest rate of rape recorded anywhere in the…

Former Paramilitary Reveal Colombian Army Provided Hit List of College Students

Mision Verdad The number of testimonies confirming the involvement of the Colombian State in paramilitary crimes is increasing (Photo: Mauricio Dueñas / EFE). During a conference titled “The Armed Conflict at the University of Nariño,” organized by the Truth Commission in Colombia, ex-commanders Guillermo León Marín and Aníbal Gómez of the defunct Antonio Nariño Peasant…

South Africa: NUMSA Leader Assassinated

Pavan Kulkarni Photo : NUMSA via Twitter Malibongwe Mdazo, an organizer of National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, who had led a 7,000-worker strike last month, was publicly gunned down at the doorstep of Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration, amidst a labor dispute on August 19 Four days after the public assassination of…

Juvenicide: A Crime of the Multidimensional War in Colombia

María Fernanda Barreto The systematic murder of Colombian youth by the Colombian State is gaining momentum (Photo: Colombia Informa). At the beginning of the 1990s as the victor of the “cold war”, which in reality had very hot expressions, the United States, having established itself since the second post-war period as the head of the…