The Battle of Khaled Al Hamedi, a Libyan Citizen, Against the Impunity of NATO

In 2011 an Alliance bomber exterminated his family in Sorman, Libya. *Marinella Correggia Internationalist 360° January 27, 2018 Speaking at the Rimini meeting in the summer of 2017, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg repeated several times that NATO works for peace and stability, with a shamelessness equal to the impunity enjoyed by the organization and…

Burundi Defies the Imperial Criminal Court: An Interview with John Philpot

Libya’s Muammar Qaddafi and Ivory Coast’s Laurent Gbagbo, together here in 2007, shared Kwame Nkrumah’s dream of a United States of Africa and advocated an African currency and monetary policy. The ICC indicted both leaders in 2011, when Libya was invaded by NATO, Ivory Coast by France. Qaddafi was murdered on Hillary Clinton’s orders that…

Khaled K. Al-Hamedi: Prosecuting NATO for War Crimes in Libya

The Interview Was Conducted by Hind al-Dhawi English Translation for Internationalist 360° Interview: Khuwaildi al-Humaidi’s son reveals to Sputnik details of his prosecution of NATO Khalid al-Khuwaildi al-Humaidi, President of the International Organization for Peace, Care and Relief (IOPCR ), sued NATO for its “crimes” against Libyan civilians. He, alone, lost 13 members of his…

The Neo-Colonial Nature of the European Union and its Intervention in Africa

Stop Foreign Intervention in Africa The current debates in the monopoly controlled media concerning the future of Britain’s membership of the EU are presented from the perspective of falsifying its essential character. The EU remains the organisation of the big monopolies and financial institutions of Europe, especially those of Britain, France and Germany, and acts…

Ivorian Oil Workers Strike as ICC Trial of Former Leaders Continue

Limitations of foreign direct investment revealed while economy weakens By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° International Criminal Court Begins Trial of Ousted Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo Hundreds of oil workers from a state-owned petroleum corporation in the West African state of Ivory Coast walked off the job in a three day strike on February 2. They were…