Monday, 22 October , 2018

Maghreb

Merci à Maurice Audin, assassiné en juin 1957 en Algérie

Par Robert Charvin 17 Sep 2018 La guerre d’Algérie a été une grande école politique pour toute une génération. Pour les « appelés » de l’armée...

Fernand Iveton, guillotiné pour l’exemple le 11 février 1957

25 Sep 2018 Le 11 février 1957, Fernand Yveton, ouvrier CGT, militant du Parti communiste algérien (PCA), “pied-noir” né en Algérie, militant indépendantiste, est condamné...

L’épopée d’Abd el Krim cent ans après …reprendre et prolonger,...

"Abd el Krim a été une des principales sources auprès desquelles j'ai appris ce qu'est la guerre populaire de libération. Pourquoi donc avez-vous fait...

Walk or die: Algeria strands 13,000 migrants in the Sahara

By LORI HINNANT Jun. 25, 2018 ASSAMAKA, Niger (AP) — From this isolated frontier post deep in the sands of the Sahara, the expelled migrants can...

After destroying Libya, Europeans are financing slavery, slaves trade and torture!

Libyan militias shoot 15 dead after mass escape from migrant torture camp By Marianne Arens 4 June 2018 Libyan militias killed at least 15 African...

Tunisia’s Teachers Strike Against IMF Imposed Austerity Policies

Various workers and teachers unions’ around the world have expressed their solidarity with movement in Tunisia. By Zoe PC The Dawn News / April 24, 2018 Since...

How colonial violence came home: the ugly truth of the first...

The Great War is often depicted as an unexpected catastrophe. But for millions who had been living under imperialist rule, terror and degradation were...

After Iraq, British parliamentarians discover Libya – how Cameron and Sarkozy...

The inquiry, which took evidence from key figures including Lord Hague, Dr Liam Fox, former Prime Minister Tony Blair, military chiefs and academics, concludes that decisions were not based on accurate intelligence. In particular, the Government failed to identify that the threat to civilians was overstated and that the rebels included a significant Islamist element.

The retreat of neoliberalism

An internal IMF report admitting the destructive nature of neoliberalism may have come too late for many African countries. The neoliberal structural adjustment programmes have led to economic hardships, political instability and conflicts in most African countries where they have been implemented.

Fantastic progress of democracy: The New York Times barely notice the...

The Obama administration announced on Monday the beginning of US air strikes in Libya against ISIS targets, marking the fourth country the United States is currently bombing with the goal of “degrading and destroying” the terror group. A campaign that began two years ago this Sunday has now, 50,000 bombs and 25,000 dead ISIS fighters later, expanded to a whole new continent.