Libya’s Gaddafi: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea? (Part I) By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor

27 June 2011 — SpyGhana.com

The international arrest warrant issued against Libya’s Muammar al-Gaddafi by the International Criminal Court (ICC) will add a new complexion to the Libyan crisis. The stalemate that the military option has caused isn’t going away soon nor will Gaddafi’s overthrow happen soon, given the dogged determination with which his forces are fighting despite the damaging airstrikes by NATO.

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The War in Libya: The African Union's Mistake of Policy and Principle By Dr. Kwame Akonor

14 June 2011 — IPS ipsnews.net

NEW YORK, Jun 10, 2011 (IPS) – Africa’s handling of the Libyan crisis at the United Nations has been timorous and confusing, but it presents an opportunity as well as a challenge for the continental body on how it defines its future strategic interests.

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The War in Libya: The African Union’s Mistake of Policy and Principle By Dr. Kwame Akonor

14 June 2011 — IPS ipsnews.net

NEW YORK, Jun 10, 2011 (IPS) – Africa’s handling of the Libyan crisis at the United Nations has been timorous and confusing, but it presents an opportunity as well as a challenge for the continental body on how it defines its future strategic interests.

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Libya: NATO's War Of Aggression Against A Sovereign African State By Obi Nwakanma

5 June 2011 — Global ResearchVanguard (Nigeria)

-The use of Western troops in Africa – particularly in the case of France – the use of its paratroopers, first in Ivory Coast, and now in Libya, represents a new strategic declaration of war against Africa, the African interest, and the African continent. In NATO’s disregard of AU, there is without doubt a remanifestation of that ontological disease of the Western mind that regards Africa as simply a place without history and without agency.

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NATO Defies Africa By Intensifying Bombardment Of Libya By Tichaona Chifamba

27 May 2011 — Global ResearchXinhua

Africa demands fall on deaf ears amid NATO bombardment on Libya

-In essence, the leaders’ demand for a ceasefire is of no consequence as the western powers have so far simply ignored it, in the same way the French helped remove former Cote d’Ivoire president Laurent Gbagbo, despite African resistance to foreign military intervention.

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Haiti Newslinks 30 April, 2010: Food Aid Hurts Haiti's Farmers

30 April 2010

US Jewish communities building ties to Haiti
Cleveland Jewish News
By Larry Luxner PETIT-GOAVE, Haiti (JTA) — Not a single Jew lives among
the 170000 inhabitants of Petit-Goâve, nor among the 20000 refugees from

www.clevelandjewishnews.com/articles/2010/04/30/news/nation_and_world/doc4bda01c02f17d202332392.txt

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