Mar
31

WIKILEAKS:BOTSWANA’S RELOCATION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE CONDEMNED

19. (U) Only at the end of the meeting, XXXXXXXXXXXX ventured to answer the Ambassador’s question: people are not happy. While many people were resigned to the relocation by now, many also went back to the CKGR. People mourn for their way of life, and regret that their children are not with them, but at school. Another grievance was that the Game and Wildlife Department prohibits New Xade residents who want to visit their relatives on the other side of the CKGR from traveling through the reserve; they have to go around. And only some, not all, received livestock.

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Mar
31

EI! AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS COURT EXISTS?

Gaddafi regime ordered to appear before Africa’s highest court African court on human and peoples’ rights accuses regime of killing peaceful demonst Gaddafi’s regime has been ordered to appear before Africa’s highest court to face charges of “massive violations of human rights” for killing peaceful demonstrators in the early days of the uprising. The announcement from… Continue reading »

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Mar
31

GADDAFI’S DEFECTOR

THE LONDON GUARDIAN Libya conflict: Gaddafi’s close ally Mousa Kousa defects In a huge blow, Libya’s long time foreign intelligence chief has become the most senior of Gaddafi’s men to defect Peter Beaumont The Guardian, Thursday 31 March 2011 The Libya conflict took an unexpected turn when Gaddafi’s close ally, Mousa Kousa, defected. Photograph: AP… Continue reading »

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Mar
30

Asamoah Gyan Anaaaaaaa!

Asamoah Gyan’s goal, which brought the scoreline to England 1, Ghana 1, was one of the most intricate goals I have ever seen scored. Asamoah Gyan was well and truly surrounded, and challenged at every turn. But he kept weaving and tapping the ball along and just melting his way through the crowd. And then… Continue reading »

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Mar
30

UPDATE:IS GBAGBO’S WORLD COLLAPSING AT LAST?

Côte d’Ivoire: Laurent Gbagbo camp called a “cease-fire immediately” LEMONDE.FR with AFP | 29.03.11 | 3:16 p.m. • Updated 29.03.11 | 10:00 p.m. http://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2011/03/29/les-forces-pro-ouattara-progressent-vers-le-sud_1500268_3212.html#ens_id=1476585 The forces of Alassane Ouattara rose on Tuesday, south of Côte d’Ivoire and the economic capital Abidjan, controlled by Gbagbo . REUTERS / Luc Gnago On the second day of a… Continue reading »

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