Twenty years have passed since Jean-Claude Douvalier left Haiti (7 February 1986), and the country has finally had it first democratic elections. Twenty years that have been characterised by coup d’etats, unexpected changes in alliances, farcical elections and, more than anything, by the presence/absence of the charismatic leader, Jean Bertrand Aristide
The American “Abu Grahib Files” website has published 279 photographs and 19 videos taken by USA torturers in the Iraqi prison
The war is three years old; Khawla turns 15, the age of a girl no longer a child
The birthday that President Robert Mugabe celebrated last February would’ve been a real “special” one, at least in the intentions of the alleged participant to the coup that supposedly organized an attempt on the most long-lived head of state of Africa. Eight among police officials and members of the opposition have finished on the dock. But there are many doubts on this strange coup
The encounters which last Wednesday involved the SPLA, the ex-rebel movement which after the signing of the peace agreement controls the southern part of the country, and an unidentified paramilitary militia group are the first since the signing of the peace agreement, in January of last year. Is the longest civil war of recent history in Africa destined to start again?
Italy to station fighter-bombers in Afghanistan. Their official mission to photograph poppy fields. But there’s more to it…