Foreign intervention has brought drones, cyber-attacks and social media propaganda that foreshadow the future of armed conflict.
Do Africans know the truth about the intention of the West in Libya? Why did Colonel Muammar Gaddafi have to go? Moussa Ibrahim, Gaddafi’s former spokesman answers these questions.
The NATO-led military intervention in Libya has just fuelled more violence.
The African Union has come under fire for its perceived lax reaction to the slavery crisis in Libya. Many have argued that the AU should do more to address the crisis and help the vulnerable rather than simply issuing strongly worded statements.
Protesters gathered outside the Libyan Embassy in central Paris following an exclusive CNN investigation into migrant auctions in Libya. A dozen Black African men were seen being sold at an auction outside of the Libyan capital of Tripoli. Some of them were auctioned off for as little as $400.
British Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs Boris Johnson is facing growing backlash inside Libya for his remarks that the city of Sirte might become a new Dubai once “the dead bodies” are removed. Johnson defended his remarks on Sirte saying he was making a point about the need for optimism in Libya.
The invasion of Libya by the U.S., Britain and France has left Libya a breeding ground for terrorists. The country is in chaos and peace has been elusive. British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Boris Johnson in an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Today programme said the removal of Col. Muammar Gaddafi from power has been a tragedy for Libyans.
At a meeting for people of color to discuss racism in Berlin recently, the theme of this particular one being “Anger”, members talked about their experiences of racism in this city, and how much they hate white people. When it […]
Boris Johnson, the former Mayor of London and Britain’s newly appointed Foreign Secretary, is a master of offence, particularly when it comes to Africa. Johnson has previously referred to black people as “piccaninnies” and said they have “watermelon smiles”. That’s not all, he also once suggested that Africa would have been better off if it were still under colonial control and thinks former colonial powers should stop feeling guilty for their past wrongs on Africa. This is the man Britain has appointed to engage with Africa and the world. He’s probably not a racist but he’s certainly racist adjacent.