Ibrahim Traore takes over as Burkina Faso’s leader amid worsening crisis and anti-French sentiment

Saturday, 22 October 2022 — Peoples Dispatch

Captain Ibrahim Traore came to power after deposing his senior officer Lt. Col Paul-Henri Damiba in a military coup on September 30. He faces the challenge of rising attacks by Islamist groups which have taken over 40% of the country’s territory

by Pavan Kulkarni

Ibrahim Traore

34-year-old Capt. Ibrahim Traore, who deposed his senior Lt. Col Paul-Henri Damiba in a military coup on September 30, was sworn in as the new president of the transitional government of Burkina Faso on Friday, October 21.

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Truss’ Trashy Departure

Thursday, 20 October 2022 — The Van Says…

After less than seven weeks in the job, trashy politics have left Liz Truss in the trashcan. But with her departure, who will be the UK’s next Prime Minister?


Thursday saw the resignation of Liz Truss after only forty four days in office as the UK premier. This, as well as other factors concerning the UK will have a profound effect on Britain both at home and abroad. This short article will examine what and why matters in Britain are happening as they are.
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The West Bank in Palestine Is Ready to Explode

Friday, 21 October, 2022 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Steven Sahiounie

There is a battle brewing in the occupied West Bank of Palestine, Steven Sahiounie writes

There is a battle brewing in the occupied West Bank of Palestine. Thousands of Israeli occupation forces will be deployed to face a growing resistance force. The ‘natives are restless’ and the Lions’ Den has mobilized to fight for their freedom and human rights.

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Russia’s homage to Nord Stream pipelines

Saturday, 22 October 2022 — Indian Punchline


Who stands to gain? First pictures of Nord Stream pipeline show 50 metre hole after “powerful explosions” confirming sabotage.

David Brinkley, the legendary American newscaster with a career that spanned an amazing fifty-four years from World War II once said that a successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him. How many American statesmen ever practised this noble thought inherited from Jesus Christ remains doubtful.

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