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Heat Wave Crisis: Developing Nations Bear the Brunt

In April 2024, extreme heat hit South...

New World, New Hope: The Struggle for a Free Western Sahara Continues

Life under occupation is a constant struggle....

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How Corporations Are Fueling Geopolitical Tensions and Global Conflicts in the 21st Century

Shortly after the outbreak of the Israel-Hamas War and the beginning of the widescale destruction of Gaza in October 2023, McDonald’s executives in Chicago found themselves inadvertently entangled in...

Heat Wave Crisis: Developing Nations Bear the Brunt

In April 2024, extreme heat hit South and Southeast Asia, affecting nations like India,...

New World, New Hope: The Struggle for a Free Western Sahara Continues

Life under occupation is a constant struggle. This is continually expressed at the international...

The Longest-Held Political Prisoner in the United States Just Got His First Hearing in Over a Decade

On Monday, June 10, Leonard Peltier, the longest-held political prisoner in the United States,...

Global South Countries Break With West on Ukraine Summit Final Declaration

Key Global South countries attending the Ukraine “peace” conference in Switzerland in June 2024...

What is Happening in Kenya?

By Mordecai Ogada It has been an interesting few weeks in Kenya; the recent weekly anti-government protests were getting more and more belligerent, and those in...

Remembering Cabral

In the final essay to mark the fiftieth anniversary of national revolutionary leader AmílcarCabral’s murder in 1973, first published in the ROAPE journal thirty years...

Rwanda, Israel, and the African Union

  Tags: Africa, Colonialism, Cultural violence, Direct violence, Ecocide, Gaza, Genocide, Israeli Apartheid, Israeli occupation, Middle East, Nakba, Netanyahu, Palestine, Palestine/Israel, Paul Kagame, Rwanda, Sociocide, State Terrorism, Structural violence, Violent conflict, West Bank, Zionism   On February 18, at the annual summit of the African Union, AU security personnel...

Where Coffee Is Grown but Rarely Consumed, a Shift

In Uganda, people grow coffee to export but rarely consume it themselves. Now a push to dispel myths about the beverage and introduce new...

Fanmi Lavalas Press Release October 12, 2022

Haiti Action Committee is honored to circulate this statement from Fanmi Lavalas, the people’s party of Haiti. As threats of a new foreign invasion...

Ethiopia govt says accepts AU invite to peace talks By AFP

Ethiopia's government said Wednesday it has accepted an African Union invitation to hold peace talks with Tigrayan rebels after almost two years of brutal...

Thabo Mbeki and the Quest for an Independent and Prosperous Africa

The quest for an independent and prosperous Africa spans several generations, continents, and themes. Notably, from the eighteenth century, people of African descent in...

In memoriam: Shams Bhanji

Dear friends We are sorry to have to inform those who knew him that Shams Bhanji died at the age of 74 at his home...

Central African Republic launches Bitcoin hub

The Central African Republic has launched its government-backed cryptocurrency hub called Sango – named after one of the country’s official languages. President Faustin Archange...

Why Paul Kagame is a benevolent imperial agent By John Ouma

Writing in The Times recently, noted British print journalist Wrong referred to Rwandan president Paul Kagame as “a micro-managing autocrat”. If you have read Wrong,...

US Threatens Ethiopia and Eritrea with Illegal “Legal Designation of Genocide”

25 May 2022 – The US is falsely accusing Ethiopia and Eritrea of hindering food aid and committing genocides in the ongoing war in Tigray....

Famine in East Africa – hundreds of thousands threatened

By G. Dunkel posted on May 26, 2022 Food prices are soaring worldwide. Not just prices of wheat and other grains, which is where the U.S. and its...

Notes from Eritrea

4 May 2022 – Ann Garrison continues her reporting from the Horn of Africa. She is now in Eritrea. Women in Asmara, Eritrea (CNS photo/Thomas Mukoya,...

South Sudan: Oil Underground, Blood on the Surface

Baher Kamal | Human Wrongs Watch - TRANSCEND Media Service 29 Mar 2022 – While several politicians -and media– have been viewing the ongoing armed conflict...

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