Le gouvernement ivoirien, malgré ses promesses, n’a guère enquêté sur les crimes commis depuis 2010. Alors que des défenseurs des droits humains ont découvert des corps dans des puis, les autorités restent sourdes à leurs appels.
The US-NATO military curtain has fallen the length and breadth of Africa. “Zimbabwe and tiny Eritrea are among the few nations on the African continent that have not yet been absorbed into the AFRICOM matrix.”
“Imperialism with a Black face has been fantastically successful, in Africa.”
At present, nothing stands in the way of the militarization and occupation of Africa by the United States and its junior imperialist partners. Every global and multinational organization of any consequence on the continent has been suborned to the service of the neocolonial military project. AFRICOM, the United States Military Command in Africa, has become the headquarters of recolonization, augmented by the militaries of NATO and legitimized by the African Union, itself, and the global credentials of the United Nations.
Luanda - Angola expresses its willingness to continue to strive for the respect of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes region States and the resolution of border disputes through negotiation, said Sunday in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), the vice-president.
They enter the African countries with tourists' visas to ransack their treasures illegally.With more than 1,2 billion inhabitants, China is thrown in search of the vital economic areas for its populations.
Once upon a time, and not so long ago either, a million elephants roamed Earth. Last year, 25,000 elephants were slaughtered for their ivory, according to the harrowing — and important — National Geographic documentary, made for PBS, Battle for the Elephants.
All across Africa, elephant populations have crashed — and in less time than the original Big Brother has been on the air. The carnage is on a horrific scale. It’s not just the well-trodden tourist parks of East Africa, either, but inside the park boundaries of remote pristine wildlife areas in less travelled countries like Cameroon, Gabon, Chad, Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of Congo, where it was assumed elephants and other wild animals might live out their lives in peace, unnoticed and unmolested