Libya Newslinks 12-14 November 2011

14 November 2011 —

14 November 2011
Libyan scenario unfolding in Syria Today at 13:02
The ‘illegitimate’ decision to suspend Syria from the Arab League has received wide support from the EU and the US. Russia, however, has strongly opposed the measure, which is starting to look like another step on the…

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Stop NATO News: November 14, 2011

14 November 2011 — Stop NATO

  • U.S. Speeds Up Militarization Of Iran’s Neighbors
  • U.S. To Provide Advanced Interceptor Missiles To United Arab Emirates
  • Video And Text: Foreign Minister Blasts NATO In Libya, Warning Vis-A-Vis Syria
  • Obama To Meet With All Major Asia-Pacific Military Allies
  • Albania, Georgia: NATO Values Troops More Than Democracy

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14 November 2011 — Pambazuka News (English edition): ISSN 1753-6839

The authoritative electronic weekly newsletter and platform for social justice in Africa

CONTENTS: 1. Podcasts & Video, 2. Zimbabwe update, 3. African Union Monitor, 4. Women & gender, 5. Human rights, 6. Refugees & forced migration, 7. Africom Watch, 8. Elections & governance, 9. Corruption, 10. Development, 11. Health & HIV/AIDS, 12. Education, 13. LGBTI, 14. Racism & xenophobia, 15. Environment, 16. Land & land rights, 17. Food Justice, 18. Media & freedom of expression, 19. Social welfare, 20. News from the diaspora, 21. Conflict & emergencies, 22. Internet & technology, 23. Fundraising & useful resources, 24. Courses, seminars, & workshops, 25. Publications, 26. Jobs

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Video: Blue Gold World Water Wars (2008)

14 November 2011 —

This award winning documentary directed by Sam Bozzo is based on the book BLUE GOLD: THE FIGHT TO STOP THE CORPORATE THEFT OF THE WORLD’S WATER by Maude Barlow and Tony Clark. The film examines the problems created by the privatization and commoditization of water. Contains 30 minutes of bonus material, including deleted scenes and an interview with the filmmaker.

This video may contain images depicting the reality and horror of war/violence and should only be viewed by a mature audience. Continue reading