U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) and partners now have the COVID-19 challenge to their counterinsurgency fight. Even without a viral pandemic,
The U.S. Dept. of State reveals an alarming spread of terrorism groups - a wake-up call to members of Congress and their media mouthpieces.
WASHINGTON. Roelof Pik Botha, the last foreign minister under apartheid rule in South Africa will be layed to rest today. Botha, who served in the cabinet of Nelson Mandela, died in Pretoria on October 12 at the age of 86. Because of his penchant for dressing in a suit and tie as a young man, ...
Stabilizing the economy in Eritrea requires increased production that only new investments in technology can generate. Minimizing inflation is also a key consideration in formulating the perfect balance. Constructing the right economic equation must be a primary target for government leaders.
As the world's eyes watched Paris and the deadly Charlie Hebdo attacks Boko Haram militants continued their deadly assaults that started on January 3.
"Dead bodies litter the bushes in the area and it is still not safe to go and pick them (up) for burial," - Musa Bukar, Baga
Dr. Tom Frieden, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that the US can, and will, stop the disease in the United States.
WASHINGTON, August 26, 2014 – A Harvard School of Public Health poll taken between August 13 and 17 finds that 39 percent of Americans are concerned that there will be a major outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in the U.S. within a year. Twenty-six percent fear that a member of their immediate family could get ...
CAIRO, June 20, 2014 — The prison situation in Egypt is intolerable, both in terms of the prison conditions and the increase in the number of political prisoners held by the government Egyptian prisons lack the appropriate sanitary, livable and humane conditions that are necessary for basic survival. The situation has been exacerbated by the ...
While Nigeria burned, and Boko Haram was killing school boys, and massacring villages, where was hashtag diplomacy? Where were the masses then? The failure of the United States and the West to recognize and deal with Boko Haram, and groups all across Africa, and the Middle-East, is what lead to this point. The West has let Africa fall into the grips of those who would see the rise of those individuals responsible for the events of September 11, 2001.
WASHINGTON, May 14, 2014 — Numerous Muslim individuals and organizations have expressed outrage at the Boko Haram kidnapping of young girls. The anger at Boko Haram, a recognized terrorist organization, reflects a genuine sentiment of antipathy towards the group and its actions for a variety of reasons. Many would be surprised, for example, to learn that ...
Boko Haram is a group motivated by two words that President Obama will never utter out of fear of offending genocidal seventh century barbarians.
Is this helping the cause of saving these abducted girls, or is it just giving people a warm, fuzzy, feeling that they care?
The recent kidnapping of now 208 schoolgirls in Nigeria by Islamist terrorist organization Boko Haram may be eye-opening to Americans who are hard pressed to understand the daily violence and terrorism that plagues many countries around the world.
Ethiopia's dam on the Nile is raising serious concerns in Egypt about water access.
The Christian terror groups known as Anti-Balaka are engaging in ethnic cleansing against the Muslims of the Central African Republic
Corporations have raided Africa before, of course. Diamonds, gold, and oil are all in abundance there. But so many African nations are unstable due to civil war and insurgency. Fix the insurgency, Africa becomes a more stable market. A more stable market means steady growth.
Invisible Children, launched the Campaign Kony 2012 to raise awareness of the 26-year reign of terror of Joseph Kony, the world’s most sought after war criminal.