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Following the 2011 NATO-backed civil war in Libya that illegally ousted the former leader of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi, the country has been thrown into statelessness and now is struggling with the re-introduction of outright chattel slavery
The centenary of the infamous Balfour Declaration was marked in Beirut on Nov. 17 by a conference attended by 350 people.
AWC-Japan held its annual anti-base action in Iwakuni
ANSWER Coalition National Director Brian Becker appeared on RT to discuss why the DPRK (North Korea) views its missile program as an essential deterrent to U.S. war and aggression.
The people of Iwakuni, Japan, have made their position clear year after year: The U.S. base must immediately go!
Since early 2017, the U.S. Government has alleged that U.S. diplomats and family members stationed in Havana, Cuba, have been physically harmed by acoustic attacks aimed at the U.S. embassy and other locations. U.S. authorities have refused to cooperate with some 2,000 Cuban researchers who engaged in intensive investigation of the alleged incidents.
Just last week, Saad Hariri’s shocking, Saudi-prompted resignation as Lebanon’s prime minister and verbal assault on Hezbollah and Iran set the stage for internal strife, and gave Israel a pretext to attack. This week, all of Lebanon has united to defend Lebanese sovereignty.
Seven years after the imperialist-sponsored war on Libya, which ousted nationalist leader Muhammar Gaddafi, some bourgeois media outlets are beginning to cover the true effects of that war, namely the re-introduction of chattel slavery in the country.
Only a day after major ISIS defeats in Syria and Iraq indicated that fighting may be winding down, an extraordinary series of events raised the danger of a new war, this time against Lebanon.