Thursday August 11, 2022
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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 6/02/22
On June 1, 40 people stood holding signs that read, “No troops! No drones! U.S. hands off Somalia!” and “Troops home now!” on the Lake Street/Marshall Avenue bridge over the Mississippi River between Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
BY staff | Dallas, TX | 12/10/21
Hundreds of members of Dallas's large Ethiopian community rallied outside Dallas City Hall on November 21 against U.S. intervention in Ethiopia and Eritrea.
Ethiopia
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | Minneapolis, MN | 1/24/20
The Wall Street Journal reported this week that President Trump wants to expand his travel ban to Nigeria, Sudan, Belarus, Myanmar, Tanzania, Kyrgyzstan and Eritrea.
BY World Federation of Trade Unions | Ethiopia | 12/29/15
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following Dec. 22 statement from the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU).
BY Rudy Pala | Salt Lake City, UT | 8/01/15
It is undoubtedly tragic that the famed Cecil the lion is dead at the hands of a well-off American seeking to fulfill his absurd fantasies of power in Zimbabwe.
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | Minneapolis, MN | 5/10/14
This has been a hard week to listen to the news - especially as a mother. I have had trouble sleeping all week thinking about the girls and mothers living in hell in Nigeria.
BY Abayomi Azikiwe | Kenya | 9/23/13
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following article by Abayomi Azikiwe of the Pan-African News Wire.
BY staff | Zimbabwe | 1/27/13
Zimbabwe's two major political parties agreed to a new draft constitution Jan. 17. After nearly two years of deliberation, the Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) and the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), reached an agreement that may replace the country's current constitution and pave the way for a presidential election later this year.
BY staff | Mali | 1/02/13
Military intervention in Mali does not receive the same coverage by the corporate media in the U.S. as aggression towards Iran and Syria. However, anti-war and international solidarity activists should stand resolutely against U.S. intervention in Mali's affairs, whether through AFRICOM or neighboring puppet governments.
BY staff | United States | 3/01/11
In a qualitatively different reaction than the one taken toward other governments facing uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East, the Pentagon announced Feb. 28 that the U.S. military is repositioning naval and air forces around Libya, in apparent preparation for military intervention.
Gadhafi, Libya
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