World News Sudan's military rulers, their allies and prospects for the future
During an interview on France24, Dr. Willow Berridge, a 20th Century Islamic World historian with particular emphasis on Sudan, said protestors were appalled that “66 percent” of the $3 billion their visit to the Gulf states secured was being spent “on the military and security services.
Updated Jun 18, 2019 - 11:27:04 PM
World News The United States uses global think tank to justify policies in world conflict zones
Zimbabwean journalist Isdore Guvamombe, in a recent commentary titled “Africa does not need this thing called Africom,” called for the continent and its leaders to wake up and realize that the “United States and its (European) allies have crafted policies and strategies that enable them to get to the core of exploiting Africa’s resources.”
Updated Jun 12, 2019 - 10:35:43 AM
World News Venezuela - past and present
The sanctions and other methods of punishment imposed against my country, a sovereign nation, has more to do with power and greed than any concern for the conditions my fellow Venezuelans are living under.
Updated May 23, 2019 - 1:27:42 PM
World News Guaido, U.S. fail to overthrow Maduro, again
Recently, U.S. social media such as WhatsApp, Twitter suddenly came alive with commentary, pictures, videos and reaction to news that Juan Guaidó was leading a coup in an attempt to topple Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
Updated May 9, 2019 - 10:57:31 AM
World News Back-To-Back Cyclones Hit Southern Africa
This is the first time two cyclones have struck the southern African nation in a single season,and Kenneth was the first cyclone recorded so far north in Mozambique in the modern era of satellite imaging.
Updated May 9, 2019 - 10:49:32 AM