Rwanda and the Criminalisation of International Justice: Anatomy of War Crimes Trials

The Nato ordered indictment of Muammar Gadaffi by the International Criminal Court (ICC) during the Nato attack on Libya in 2011 echoed the indictment of President Milosevic by International Criminal Tribunal For Yugoslavia, during the Nato attack on Yugoslavia in 1999. Both men ended up dead as a direct consequence. The indictments of these two men, had only one purpose,... Read More

Libya’s Islamist militia seize Planes Invoking fears of 9/11 terror

Reports of 11 planes missing from a Libya airport are raising fears that militants who stole the jetliners could use them in terror attacks to mark the 9/11 anniversary. Intelligence agencies have warned the jets could be used in attacks in North Africa, and said one or more of the planes may be used to strike targets on Sept. 11... Read More

Ukraine Claims ‘Thousands’ of Russian Troops Invaded, Offers No Evidence

Ukrainian officials are now claiming a Russian invasion of four to five thousand ground troops backed by columns of tanks and other armored vehicles, a dramatic escalation from yesterday’s claims of about 1,000 such troops. As with yesterday’s allegations, Ukraine is offering no evidence to back up the claims, and the reports coming out of the region suggest such a massive invasion... Read More

Vladimir Putin warns the West: Don’t mess with nuclear-armed Russia

Russia's president, speaking at a pro-Kremlin youth camp at a lake near Moscow, said "it's best not to mess with us," adding "I want to remind you that Russia is one of the leading nuclear powers" Vladimir Putin raised the spectre of nuclear war with the West on Friday as he defied international condemnation over his decision to send thousands... Read More

US, NATO and the destruction of Libya: The Western front of a widening war

NATO claimed that its intervention in Libya was a historic success. But three years later, Libya is in complete chaos. Some 1700 militias have a combined total of 250,000 men under arms. Another external intervention seems necessary to stabilize the country. But the US and NATO must never be involved Read More

US Puppet Libyan PM Ali Zeidan ousted and another war looms

Rebels in the east of the country are demanding a larger share of the income generated from Libya’s oil reserves considered by many to be the largest known in Africa. The ousting of Libya's prime minister who came to power from NATO;s war , was said to have fled to Europe earlier in the week, has triggered fighting between eastern... Read More

The Secret War in Libya: The Rise of the Green Resistance

The battles currently raging in the South of Libya are no mere tribal clashes.  Instead, they represent a possible burgeoning alliance between black Libyan ethnic groups and pro-Gaddafi forces intent upon liberating their country of a neocolonial NATO-installed government. On Saturday January 18th, a group of heavily armed fighters stormed an air force base outside the city of Sabha in... Read More

Cynthia McKINNEY raises questions on Killings in Libya

Every loss of life is tragic and that is why I oppose the current US policy of killing. The US is currently regularly killing people in Asia and in Africa. Taken to its extreme, the Obama Administration even claims authority to kill US citizens on US soil! The unfolding situation in Libya is troubling, not only for the bloodletting and... Read More