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Haiti on the Brink By Kim Ives

Never have revolutionary conditions in Haiti been...

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    Sinn Féin Leader Michelle O’Neill Is the...

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Haiti on the Brink By Kim Ives

Never have revolutionary conditions in Haiti been so favorable. The government of de facto Prime Minister Ariel Henry is completely illegitimate, ineffective, and unpopular. The U.S. empire is preoccupied and...

Anger grows over “constitutional coup” in Senegal after deferral of presidential election

On February 3, President Macky Sall announced an indefinite suspension of the presidential election...

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    Sinn Féin Leader Michelle O’Neill Is the First Minister of the North of Ireland   On...

Proposal to Award Johan Galtung the Freedom of Expression Foundation Honorary Award

Prof. Johan Galtung receives Doctor Honoris Causa from the Complutense University of Madrid, 27...

PRIVACY POLICY FOR KIMPA VITA PRESS & PUBLISHERS

This Privacy Policy describes Our policies and procedures on the collection, use and disclosure...

WORLD Asylum for sale: Whistleblowers say U.N. refugee agency does not always address corruption

seven-month investigation found reports of U.N. staff members exploiting refugees desperate for a safe home in a new country. Gratien Zimy Ntezimisi, a refugee whistleblower,...

Asylum for sale: Refugees say some U.N. workers demand bribes for resettlement

A seven-month investigation found reports of U.N. staff members exploiting refugees desperate for a safe home in a new country. This is the...

Libya: Will the U.N. Appeal for a halt to the March on Tripoli be heard?

With the administrative-political situation in Libya badly stalemated and a meeting for negotiations to be held 14-16 April unlikely to make progress, on Thursday...

Belgium to apologise for kidnapping of children from Congo

What the Belgian Congo was like Mixed-race children born in 1940s and 50s were forcibly taken from Congolese mothers Belgium’s prime minister, Charles Michel, is to...

Ethiopia Applauded for Its Progressive Refugee Integration Law

By Kylie Kiunguyu Ethiopia's parliament has adopted revisions to its existing refugee law, making it one of the most progressive refugee policies in Africa. The...

From a Refugee Camp to Davos: One Co-Chair's Story

Photo: WEF The Co-Chairs of this year's Annual Meeting have delivered a strong call to action to participants in Davos. Perhaps the most emotional plea came...

Separating children from parents: A sordid modern practice

Separating families is the most terrifying form of state oppression to maintain dominance over populations The story of hijrah - the migration of the first Muslim community -...

American Thanksgiving, Another Massacre, as Migrants Face “Lethal Force” at US Border

Tara Copp The White House late Tuesday signed a memo allowing troops stationed at the border to engage in some law enforcement roles and use...

‘The tide will turn’: Arundhati Roy’s letter to jailed Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam

On PEN International’s ‘Day of the Imprisoned Writer’, Roy says his arrest ‘is an attack not on intellectuals but on intelligence’. To, Shahidul Alam Champakali 2/5 Dhaka Central...

Building Resilience Far from Home: Communal Democracy Practices amongst Urban Congolese Refugees in Uganda

Under a midday blazing sun in Kampala, we are driving hesitantly over the newly paved roads of Nsambya and Katwe suburb. A pedestrian signals...

A Message from 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Denis Mukwege

Ladies and gentlemen, members of the Nobel Prize Committee; dear friends of peace, friends of humanity, It is with great humility that I...

School Started by Refugees Becomes One of Uganda’s Best

KYANGWALI REFUGEE SETTLEMENT, Uganda – When he arrived at this United Nations camp in western Uganda in 1997, Joseph Munyambanza had been able...

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