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Par Pepe Escobar
Une publication The Cradle

Like dominos, African states are one by one falling outside the shackles of neocolonialism. Chad, Guinea, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, and now Gabon are saying “non” to France’s longtime domination of African financial, political, economic, and security affairs.

Par Max Blumenthal
Une publication The Grayzone

Before his removal in a military coup, Gabon’s hopelessly corrupt President Ali Bongo was courted by Obama and feted from Washington to Davos. The US war on Libya which destabilized the region may not have succeeded without him.

Par Alan MacLeod
Une publication MintPress News

Niger is shaping up to be the surprising frontline of the new Cold War. Yesterday, the 15-member Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) ordered the “activation” and “deployment” of “standby” military forces to the country, an action that threatens to spark a major international war tha...

Par libyajamahiriya
Une publication Mango Press

In a Bedouin settlement outside Sirte, June 1942, a man was born to a goat and camel herdsman, his name was Muammar Mohammed Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi. Gaddafi’s tribe, the Qadhadhfa, were of Arabized Berber origin, although claims have been made that Gaddafi’s maternal grandmother was a Jewish woman wh...

 
 
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