<i>Kenyan anti-gay marriage activists are resolutely awaiting the U.S. president who is preparing for his first official visit to his father’s country. Isn’t homophobia common throughout the entire continent?</i>
To say the least, Barack Obama is awaited in the land of his biological father. The organizers of [Read more]
Must we wait for Obama’s arrival in Senegal to be the most democratic, cleanest, safest country?
The early retirement ... looks like punishment for a spy skilled in the worst methods of torture and deserving of the International Criminal Court.
Creating a military command on African soil was a key project for the Bush Administration, but Africans did not want it. However, fundamentally what Africans rejected was a camouflaged endeavor to control oil and mineral routes, a direct economic confrontation with China, and the transportation to their continent of a [Read more]
In response to the article that “Le Quotidien” dedicated to American military intentions in Africa (see: “AFRICOM, the United State’s Failure”, dated February 9, 2010), diplomat Robin Diallo explained, from an American point of view, the justification of creating an American military command specific to [Read more]
The American Secret Services have just accomplished a major task. They have arrested three Malian citizens known as notorious drug traffickers and members of the Al Qaeda terrorist network. The three were extradited to the United States and risk being condemned to life in prison if the American justice system finds [Read more]
Until recently Hilary Clinton was believed to be the victor over Barack Obama, and to be the one to face the Senator from Arizona, John McCain, in the presidential election next November. But no one had counted on the determination of the Senator from Illinois, who has just made history by winning the Democratic [Read more]
Barack Obama repeated it this weekend; for him skin color is not a “determining factor” in the race for the democratic nomination. However, it seems that ethnicity, sex, or even social category are becoming the more and more decisive criteria in the duel between the Illinois senator and Hillary Clinton which has [Read more]
(Pana) – American president George Bush apologized to Egypt after a boat chartered by the Navy opened fire on an Egyptian motorboat on Monday evening near the Suez Canal, killing one and injuring two.
This incident angered the Egyptian authorities, who insist that the American reaction was unwarranted. [Read more]