Water Poverty and the Growing Conflict Between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia

Julian Vigo The Ethiopian government made a strategic decision to control most of the Nile River that flows into Egypt and Sudan. “The GERD will be Africa’s largest hydroelectric plant when it comes into full operation.” The satellite images  are frightening. Prior to this summer’s’s filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam  (GERD), countries downstream from Ethiopia…

International Consultations on Libya See a Breakthrough

Suzan El Ghitani Libyan politician Said Rashwan confirmed that the consultations that took place in Morocco, Egypt and Switzerland began to break the political deadlock that dominates the Libyan scene, adding in an interview with the Africa News Portal that there are direct relations and contacts between the Libyan parties that were previously missing. To…

“Tell No Lies, Claim No Easy Victories”: Remembering Amílcar Cabral

Amilcar Cabral Study Group Amílcar Cabral (center) with members of the Partido Africano para a Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde (PAIGC). Working people across the world are struggling against the economic domination and exploitation, which has been greatly intensified amid COVID-19 pandemic. On the 96 anniversary of the birth of Amílcar Cabral, we examine…

Militia Control of the CBL and GNA Has Caused Libya’s Financial Chaos

The Speaker of the House of Representative (HoR), Chancellor Aguila Saleh warned in a statement on Friday, of the difficult phase that Libya is going through and the external and internal agendas aimed, as he put it, to perpetuate the chaos in the country and plunder its wealth. Chancellor Aguila Saleh added that Libya is…

Libya: Militias, Multiple Tracks, Foreign Meddling, Prevent Progress in Dialogues

The United States and Russia entered the Libyan-Libyan dialogue by opening parallel paths to the Moroccan Bouznika path, in an effort to break through the political blockage deepened by dissonant regional and international agendas, and the complexity of the proliferation of arms, militias, mercenaries, and the direct Turkish military presence in western Libya. The multiplicity…

Sudan’s Roadmap to Peace

Peoples Dispatch Representatives of the Sudanese transitional government and rebel groups in the coalition Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) sign their initials on the roadmap agreed for the implementation of the peace agreement. (Photo: Radio Dabanga/social media) The roadmap for the peace agreement between Sudan’s transitional government and rebel groups was signed on September 7. However,…