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US Military Contractors Eye Africa

June 29, 2010


U.S. military contractors eye Africa Technip hit with 338-million-dollar fine for Nigeria bribery Washington June 28, 2010 – Global engineering firm Technip Monday agreed to pay a 338-million-dollar fine for scheming to bribe Nigeria officials, the US Justice Department announced. US officials had alleged that the Paris-based company was “engaged in a sophisticated, decade-long scheme” […]

AFRICOM and the US’ Hidden Battle Front in Africa

May 10, 2010


Africom and the USA’s Hidden Battle Front in Africa By Ba Karang 19 March 2010 – What is the current meaning of “war against terror” for Africa? The true intention of America’s recent military interventions in the African continent (both covert and open) is nothing other than the expansion and consolidation of Western Capital . […]

AFRICOM and the Recolonization of Africa: The Legacy of the Berlin Conference of 1884

April 18, 2010


  AFRICOM and the Recolonization of Africa The Legacy of the Berlin Conference of 1884 by Itai Muchena  Global Research, April 15, 2010 The Herald (Zimbabwe) – 2010-04-07 The hodgepodge of geometric boundaries that today divide Africa into 50 plus irregular nations under Eurocentric subjugation all started in Berlin, Germany on November 15, 1884. The […]