The Paris massacre of 1961 occurred on 17 October 1961, during the Algerian War (1954–62). Under orders from the head of the Parisian police, Maurice Papon, the French National Police attacked a demonstration of some 30,000 protestors.
“The Vice talked to the director of the International Slavery Museum about how the power of shocking images can put an end to colonial rule.” The original article can be found on the VICE
Read original article on the Local Italy or read a quick summary below; On Saturday 27th May 2017, Libyan and Italian officials said about 10,000 migrants were rescued off the coast of Libya over the previous four days but at least 54 others died, “On Saturday, the Tunisian army also rescued 126 migrants from sub-Saharan […]
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Source: Crimes of Britain Britain saw Uganda as its playground in Africa, and continued to loot the country even after independence in 1962. Sapping the wealth of nations even when they are perceived to be sovereign has become a British tradition. The British deep down have never gotten over the loss of the lands they have occupied. […]
Read original article by Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban on the Africa News or read a quick summary below; “The Canadian government has officially launched a fundraiser to help combat famine in three African countries and Yemen.” “The fund was launched on Monday May 29, 2017. “For every eligible donation made by individuals to registered Canadian charities […]
Read original article by Ahmed Aboulenein on Reuters or quickly read the key points below; “Egyptian fighter jets carried out strikes on Friday directed at camps in Libya” “President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said he had ordered strikes against what he called terrorist camps, declaring in a televised address that states that sponsored terrorism would be punished.” “Egyptian […]
Has Morocco Prohibited the Sale of Burqa’s?
Johannesburg – A professional big game hunter from Tzaneen, Theunis Botha, 51, died on Friday afternoon during a hunt in Gwai, in Zimbabwe, when a member of his group fired at a storming elephant cow and the animal fell on him. A source who didn’t want to be named told Netwerk24 that a group of […]
Read original article on the Libyan Express or read a quick summary below; “The Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) Mustafa Sanallah, declared that Libya’s crude oil outupt has increased to hit 794.000 barrels per day (bpd), adding that Libya’s oil production is gradually recovering after problems have been dealt with in Al-Sharara […]
Meet Mansa Musa – The Richest Muslim That Ever Lived According to historians, the richest man to have ever lived was a Malian Muslim named Mansa Musa With an inflation adjusted fortune of $400 billion, Mansa Musa I would have been considerably richer than the world’s current richest man, Carlos Slim, who ranks in 22nd […]