Daily Archives: November 25, 2015

Climate Disruption: Thought of the Week – By Rosaliene Bacchus

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Three Worlds One Vision

Global Climate March - Paris 2015

Global Climate March November 28-29, 2015

On the eve of the biggest U.N summit of the decade in Paris, the climate movement is taking to the streets worldwide…Our message: keep fossil fuels in the ground and finance a just transition to 100% renewable energy by 2050.

~ Join a Global Climate March in your city. Learn more at 350.org.

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GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – November 25, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 25 November 2015  –  Kaieteur News  

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GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 24 November 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 24 November 2015

  • Another woman stabbed to death
  • European Union calls for Caribbean countries to abolish death penalty
  • US financial support for Caricom on several issues
  • A vendor shot and killed in Albouystown
  • Caricom calls for strong actions to combat climate change
  • PPP calls for GECOM Head, Dr Steve Surujbally -to go
  • Sports

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CARTOONISTS ALWAYS SAY IT BEST! – The Syrian Exodus to Europe

CARTOONISTS ALWAYS SAY IT BEST! – The Syrian Exodus to Europe      Continue reading

AFRICOM’s New Math, the US Base Bonanza – “Scarier” Times Ahead in Africa

AFRICOM’s New Math, the US Base Bonanza and “Scarier” Times Ahead in Africa

Tuesday, 17 November 2015 00:00By Nick Turse, TomDispatch | News Analysis

Leaders pose for a photo around US Army Gen. David Rodriguez (front, center), US Army Africa Command commander, June 26, 2013, during Exercise Western Accord 2013 in Accra, Ghana.

Photo: Leaders pose for a photo around US Army Gen. David Rodriguez (front, center), US Army Africa Command commander, June 26, 2013, during Exercise Western Accord 2013 in Accra, Ghana. (Photo:Sgt. Tyler Sletten / US Army National Guard)

In the shadows of what was once called the “dark continent,” a scramble has come and gone. If you heard nothing about it, that was by design. But look hard enough and – north to south, east to west – you’ll find the fruits of that effort: a network of bases, compounds, and other sites whose sum total exceeds the number of nations on the continent.

For a military that has stumbled from Iraq to Afghanistan and suffered setbacks from Libya to Syria, it’s a rare can-do triumph. In remote locales, behind fences and beyond the gaze of prying eyes, the US military has built an extensive archipelago of African outposts, transforming the continent, experts say, into a laboratory for a new kind of war.   Continue reading

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