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In Libya, dozens of migrants sleep alongside one another in a cramped cell in Tripoli's Tariq al-Sikka detention facility.

Libya: Up to One Million Enslaved Migrants, Victims of ‘Europe’s Complicity’

By Editors' Choice

By Baher Kamal — “European governments are knowingly complicit in the torture and abuse of tens of thousands of refugees and migrants detained by Libyan immigration authorities in appalling conditions in Libya,” Amnesty International charged in the wake of global outrage over the sale of migrants in Libya. In its new report, ‘Libya’s dark web of collusion’, Amnesty International (AI) details how European governments…

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Crises in Africa and Crucial Election in Alabama – November 27th Edition of Vantage Point

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Topics: A Measure of Justice in the Mohammed Bah Case, The Enslavement of Black Africans in Libya, The Stop Museveni Campaign and Crises Points in Africa, Crucial Election in Alabama: Will Black Votes Turn the Tide. Guests: Imam Talib Addur-Rashid (Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood, Harlem, NY), Milton Allimadi (Editor/Publisher, Black Star News, New York, NY), Kambale Musavuli (National Spokesperson, Friends of the Congo, New York, NY) and State Senator Hank Sanders (Selma, Alabama).

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America’s expanding ‘shadow war’ in Africa

America’s expanding ‘shadow war’ in Africa

By Editors' Choice

By Katrina vanden Heuvel — That four U.S. Army soldiers lost their lives in an ambush in Niger should spark a reckoning. While U.S. news outlets flood us with reports on President Trump’s alleged insults to a widow who lost her husband and the congresswoman who defended her, and probe the tactical details of the ambush, the real question is: What are U.S. soldiers doing in combat in Niger and elsewhere across…

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September 11th Edition of Vantage Point Radio with Dr. Ron Daniels

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Topics — Like It Is: The Life and Legacy of Gil Noble, Crisis in the Congo and the Assault on the Daughter of Patrice Lumumba, The Quest for Democracy and Development in Africa. Guests — Chris Noble, Organizer, Tribute to Gil Noble, New York, NY, Kambale Musavuli, Spokesperson, Friends of the Congo, New York, NY, Sidique Wai, President and National Spokesperson, United African Congress

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