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Monthly Archives: May, 2017


Editorial: Meanwhile Around the World by Johan Galtung

A lot is happening. As in “Trump’s First Hundred Days of War Crimes” (CouterPunch 19 May 2017), breaking international law as if it did...

SOS: Save our seas By Rene Wadlow

On 5 to 9 June 2017, the United Nations will bring together in New York the representatives of governments, of governmental regional associations such...

Getting Assange: the Untold Story by JOHN PILGER

Julian Assange has been vindicated because the Swedish case against him was corrupt. The prosecutor, Marianne Ny, obstructed justice and should be prosecuted. Her...

The Post Glory Exuberance Disorder-PGED By Prof. Johan Galtung

Very well known is post trauma stress disorder, PTSD; no doubt a very painful disorder experienced by many, most, maybe by all of us....

Why the World Needs to Know About Western Sahara’s Seemingly Endless Struggle for Independence

An interview with a Sahrawi Journalist and Activist.By Amira Ali. In 1975, Morocco, under King Hassan II, invaded Western Sahara; and since, the Sahrawi people...

Kamuina Nsapu Insurgency Adds to Dangers in DR Congo

Writtern by Hans Hoebeke   The Kamuina Nsapu insurgency arose last year as a locally rooted conflict in the Kasai-Central province of the Democratic Republic of...

Italy and Migrant Crisis: NGOs colluding with Smugglers and Arab slavery of black Africans in Libya

Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Sources: Modern Tokyo Times     Carmelo Zuccaro, an Italian prosecutor, claims to have major evidence that...


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