Malcolm Latif Shabazz 29, grandson of world renowned Afro-American Muslim human rights activist, Malcolm X (Al-Hajj Malik el Shahbaz) died in a Mexico city hospital as result of racial beating on Thursday. Mexico’s attorney general’s office said a murder investigation was under way.
“A “democracy” according to the aims of The National Endowment for Democracy, Freedom House, Jewish billionaire George Soros, and various Think Tanks would give criminal oligarchs and western banks and large corporations the freedom to plunder non-compliant countries and its people,” Hans-Werner...
'Free Libya' chants heard in city near capital
EmailPrint.. AP – Libyan pro-Gadhafi security forces man a checkpoint on the way to Zawiya, 30 miles (50 kilometers) west …
. By MAGGIE MICHAEL, Associated Press Maggie Michael, Associated Press – 24 mins ago
ZAWIYA, Libya – With residents...
While the protests convulsing Bahrain and Libya this past week occurred in vastly different contexts - and will likely produce very different results - both were met with conspicuously swift crackdowns. And in both cases, reports suggest the Libyan and Bahraini regimes deployed foreign fighters...
South Sudan voted overwhelmingly to declare independence in final results of a referendum announced on Monday, opening the door to Africa's newest state and a fresh period of uncertainty for the fractured region.
Hundreds of south Sudanese danced, screamed and waved flags as the announcement...
Twenty years ago, the world had about 1.1 billion Muslims. Twenty years from now, it will have about twice as many - and they'll represent more than a quarter of all people on earth, according to a new study released Thursday.
That's a rise from less than 20 percent in 1990.
Massive changes in farming practices, eating habits and consumption will be needed to feed Earth's population sustainably when it hits nine billion in 2050, French scientists warned on Wednesday.
In under 40 years, the world will have to make farming more productive but less dependent on...
While Africa's cities are growing exponentially, many people are leaving rural areas because they can no longer live off farming. But of the 14 million people who migrate to urban areas every year, 70% move into slums.
While Africa's cities are growing exponentially, Africans are leaving rural...
CANCUN, Mexico – Even if we stopped spewing global warming gases today, the world would face a steady rise in food prices this century. But on our current emissions path, climate change becomes the "threat multiplier" that could double grain prices by 2050 and leave millions more children...
Campaign For LIberty
Wednesday, Dec 16th, 2009
President Obama recently completed his first presidential trip to China. Even the New York Times had to concede that the United States’ position relative to China has sunk to a dismal new low. According to that establishment...
The Corbett Report
December 9, 2009
The Optimum Population Trust (OPT), a UK-based “think tank” and registered charity, has launched a new initiative urging wealthy members of the developed world to participate in carbon offsets that fund programs for curbing the population of...
Legendary Lost Persian Army Found in Sahara
Monday, November 09, 2009
Alfredo and Angelo Castiglioni
Hundreds of bleached bones and skulls found in the desolate wilderness of the Sahara desert may be the remains of the long lost Cambyses' army
Herodotus wrote of a 50,000-man strong...
When a meteorite struck Earth before humans were around to watch, did it still make a "splat?" Although it's too late to witness the many pummelings our planet has already seen, scientists are still finding the humongous holes left here by long ago impacting space rocks.
At last count, there...
Europe is becomming a desert
July 6, 2009
The Sahara is becoming closer to Europe. The desert is now cross the Mediterranean Sea, and threatens some 6.5 million people on the coast. This is evident from an analysis of the Italian environmental group Legambiente.
"If we do not take...
Climate change: migratory birds have longer
Climate change will continue for migratory birds is not without consequences. Some migratory birds such as white, will continue to fly 400 miles to the spring in Europe to breed.
Birds normally all distances between 4500 to 6000 kilometers in...
Sahara could provide Europe-wide energy
Monday, March 16, 2009
A very small part of the Sahara with solar panels to cover you throughout Europe powered. That was an optimistic sound on the three climate conference last week at the University of Copenhagen.
,, North Africa, Europe can...
Dutch invention deserts green
Friday, March 6, 2009
The Dutch inventor Peter Hoff, the deserts green and the CO2 problem. And he claims that it is possible by his invention: the Water box: a kind of incubator for trees.
In dry areas where trees normally have no chance to...
Mystery over E Guinea gun battle
An unidentified armed group has launched an attack on the presidential palace in Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea.
The West African country's ambassador to London accused Nigerian militants and said they had been repulsed.