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, by Frontline

Fight for land

In Greater Noida, farmers resist fiercely attempts to take over their land for the Yamuna expressway and a hi-tech city.
IT is a tale of two worlds, one in the present and the other in the future; one living and breathing and toiling away in parts of the National Capital Region and the other (...)

, by Social Watch

Yemen: CSOs call the world to stop the massacre

The Human Rights Information & Training Cente (HRITC, national focal point of Social Watch) warned in a communiqué also signed by the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the Sisters’ Arab Forum for Human Rights (SAF) about the risk of civil war in Yemen. This organisations (...)

, by Tehelka

The making of Osama bin Laden

It had to happen. Osama bin Laden had been the target of the longest, most intense manhunt in history. Never before had the most powerful nation in the world concentrated so much of its time, energy and resources to hunt down one man. And never before had the hunters been able to deploy the (...)

, par Pambazuka

Les militaires américains et AFRICOM : entre le marteau et les Croisés

Par Horace Campbell

Les bombardements occidentaux des forces de Kadhafi en Libye sont devenus pour l’US Africa Command un stratagème opportuniste de relations publiques et une nouvelle tête de pont, en faveur d’ un bastion militaire sur le continent, écrit Horace Campbell. Il lève le voile sur stratégies militaires (...)

, by Himal Southasian

Sri Lanka: Dare not criticise

After many months of work, the United Nations Secretary-General’s Panel of Experts on Sri Lanka submitted its report to the Sri Lankan government. Though the report has only been sent to Colombo for review, and the formal release is still awaited as Himal goes to press, extracts have already (...)

, por Inter Press Service (IPS)

Campesinos desplazados exigen la palabra

Por Helda Martínez

La discusión del proyecto de Ley de Víctimas y Restitución de Tierras avanza en el parlamento de Colombia con amplio registro mediático y entusiastas declaraciones gubernamentales, pero sin que sean atendidos los reclamos de las propias víctimas, los campesinos despojados.
Ante la indiferencia de (...)

, por Nelson de Matos Ediçoes

Crónicas com fundo de guerra

Por Pepetela, Colecção: Mil Horas de Leitura, nº.14, 216 p, €15,00

As crónicas que compõem este livro foram publicadas no jornal “Público” de 1992 a 1995 e tinham por título genérico “Da Terra dos Mitos”. Poderia ser até um bom título para manter. Mas as crónicas tinham sido escritas na altura em que, depois do processo de pacificação e eleições do ano de 1992, altura em (...)

, por ADITAL

ONU alerta para déficit financeiro em programas de remoção de minas terrestres

Por Karol Assunção

O Secretário-Geral da Organização das Nações Unidas (ONU), Ban Ki-moon, chamou atenção para o déficit no financiamento de programas para a remoção de restos de minas e explosivos terrestres para este ano. O alerta foi dado hoje (4), no marco das celebrações do Dia Internacional de Informação sobre o (...)

, por ADITAL

Conflitos envolvendo a água cresceram 93,3%, aponta estudo da CPT

Por Tatiana Félix

José Maria Filho era a maior liderança social da região da Chapada do Apodi, no interior do Ceará. Ele estava presente nas manifestações sociais denunciando as violações dos direitos humanos e, principalmente, a contaminação da água pelo uso indiscriminado de agrotóxicos na região. Por causa disso é que (...)

, by Pambazuka

Smoke and mirrors: The case of Egypt and Ethiopia

By Yohannes Woldemariam

The dramatic upheavals in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Algeria, Libya and Yemen show what huge numbers of ordinary citizens can do when they rally bravely for democracy and human rights. In Egypt, we have witnessed the downfall of a seemingly invincible dictator, but as of yet the regime he erected (...)

, par AlterPresse, Ayiti Kale Je

Haïti : Des semences pour reconstruire ou pour détruire l’agriculture ?

Enquête sur la distribution d’intrants agricoles, dont les semences Monsanto

Port-au-Prince, 31 mars 2010 [Ayiti Kale Je / AlterPresse]--- L’année dernière, des dizaines de milliers de tonnes d’outils, de semences et de boutures de plantes ont été distribuées à près de 400.000 familles paysannes haïtiennes, soit entre un tiers et la moitié de la population agricole du pays.
Le (...)

, by Electronic Intifada

Israel investing $1.6 million in "new media warriors"

By Jillian Kestler-D’Amours

The Israeli military establishment is once again on the offensive, but instead of high-tech weaponry and missiles, it is using computer screens, keyboards and rapid wireless connections to fight what Israeli military representatives are dubbing a "new media war."
In early February, military (...)

, by Electronic Intifada

Gaza rally draws a diverse crowd calling for unity

By Rami Almeghari

Youth protests in Gaza continue to unfold after a call to rally was put out by Palestinian youth calling for an end to political division and for national unity.
A large rally was held on 15 March in Gaza City, followed by another at a university campus and one at the premises of the UN agency (...)

, por Inter Press Service (IPS)

La metamorfosis de Hezbolá

Por Mona Alami

El creciente peso de Hezbolá (Partido de Dios) en Líbano lo puso en una situación difícil al tener que conciliar los intereses nacionales de sus seguidores chiitas y de sus patrocinadores iraníes.
"Hezbolá está en un periodo de consolidación y preparándose para la próxima guerra con Israel", aseguró (...)

, par Pambazuka

La Libye face à une agression impérialiste

Par Demba Moussa Dembélé

C’est une Résolution des Nations Unies, votée avec le soutien des trois voix africaines au Conseil de sécurité, que la porte a été ouverte à l’intervention militaire occidentale en Libye. Et Demba Moussa Dembélé de s’en désoler, car « c’est le soutien apporté aux pays occidentaux par l’Afrique du Sud, le (...)