By IndepthAfrica
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Jun 19th, 2013
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The Perils of Western “Democracy” From Ethiopia to Mali by THOMAS C. MOUNTAIN Divide and rule is a law of imperialism and western style “democracy” is how imperialism implements this law in neocolonial Africa. It’s called “elections” and with it’s winner take all diktats division, conflic...
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Jun 19th, 2013
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Egypt and Ethiopia are in a war of words concerning the damming of the Blue Nile. Ethiopia intends, and has already completed twenty-one percent of the construction of the dam, to generate 6000 megawatts of electricity, which is equivalent to six nuclear power plants, in order to support and improve ...
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The United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) today adopted a resolution on Eritrea, increasing the scope of the mandate for the UN Special Rapporteur, who will now also present her groundbreaking report on the human rights situation in Eritrea to the UN General Assembly in New York. The tough new re...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jun 19th, 2013
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By KIRUBEL TADESSE, AP ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — Ethiopia has admitted to fielding an ineligible player in World Cup qualifying, meaning it is likely to be stripped of three points and that its celebration of a place in Africa’s final playoffs may have been premature. The Ethiopia Football F...
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A month after President Goodluck Jonathan imposed a state of emergency on northern Nigeria, the first eyewitness accounts are only now emerging about the Nigerian military’s brutality. The state of emergency, accompanied by a troop surge, is the centerpiece of a government effort to quash Boko ...