The Supreme Council of Tribes Calls Upon All Tribes and Cities to Gather and March on the Militias to Put an End to Their Tampering with the Libyan People

August 31, 2018 JANA – Aziziyah The Supreme Council of Tribes and Cities of Libya strongly condemned the use of military airplanes to bombard the tribe of Tarhouna, the killing of innocent people and destruction of the remainder of the infrastructure of the country. The Council demanded in a statement on Thursday the non-interference of…

Declaring Their Standing Alongside Tarhouna. The Highest Council of Tribes in the Western Region Holds the UN Mission Responsible for the Protection of Detainees in the Prisons of the Tripoli Militias

August 31, 2018 JANA – Ajilat The Supreme Council of Libyan Tribes and Cities in the western region considers that what has been happening in the capital city of Tripoli over the last 8 years, is nothing but meddling of the militias and their control over the joints of the state, in the hands of…

Ethiopia: Breaking the Dam for Western Debt Slavery

Finian Cunningham Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is moving quickly to open up the strategic Horn of Africa country to Western capital. But far from the move being seen as a progressive reform, many Ethiopians and observers are concerned that the new direction is leading the nation into “debt slavery”. That is particularly poignant…

US Military Presence in Africa: All Over the Continent and Still Expanding

Arkady Savitsky Around 200,000 US troops are stationed in 177 countries throughout the world. Those forces utilize several hundred military installations. Africa is no exemption. On August 2, Maj. Gen. Roger L. Cloutier took command of US Army Africa, promising to “hit the ground running.” The US is not waging any wars in Africa but it has a significant…

Zimbabwe on the Path to Neoliberal Ruin

Gregory Elich With the defeat of the court challenge by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), the election has cemented in place the results of last year’s coup.[1] The men who unleashed the military against the nation to install themselves in power, Emmerson Mnangagwa and Constantino Chiwenga, remain firmly ensconced in the positions they…