United States Department of Defense NEWS RELEASEAugust 21, 2001 U. S. FORCES IN ARGENTINA FOR PEACEKEEPING EXERCISE The Department of Defense announced today that U.S. special operations forces assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group, Fort Bragg, NC and Special … Read more . . .
Iraq, Afghan Commitments Fuel U.S. Air Base Construction http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/09/16/AR2005091601762_pf.html By Bradley GrahamWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, September 17, 2005; A18 BAGRAM, Afghanistan — The Soviets built a runway here more than 20 years ago to land fighter jets. The Americans, having … Read more . . .
THE SECRET WAR AGAINST LIBYA Masses of information from the media constantly bombard us. Yet paradoxically often what is most significant goes unreported. Take for instance Tony Blair’s recent visit to Africa. Suddenly countries such as Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and … Read more . . .
THE AGGRESSIVE AND TERRORIST ACTIVITIES OF THE US ADMINISTRATION AGAINST THE LIBYAN PEOPLE http://www.mathaba.net/info/terror.htm – In 1972 Washington refused to conduct any dialogue or any diplomatic relations at the ambassadorial level with the Jamahiriya. On 30 May 1973, a US … Read more . . .
Canadian government defends military over Somalia atrocities By Keith Jones, 28 July 1997 http://www.wsws.org/public_html/iwb7-28/canada.htm THE CANADIAN government has dismissed the findings of a judicial inquiry into- atrocities committed by Canadian troops participating in the US-led, 1992-93 occupation of Somalia. … Read more . . .
January 21, 2002 Subject: Protest "Black Hawk Down" Call a picket line at your local theater today! WHY ARE WE CALLING FOR PROTESTS AND BOYCOTTS AGAINST “BLACK HAWK DOWN”? This movie is a blatantly racist attempt to create support among … Read more . . .
Webpages on Somalia: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/somalia.html … Read more . . .
US covered up Somalia massacre By Norm Dixon (1998) US “peacekeepers? in Somalia in 1993 massacred more than 1000 people, including civilians and children, in a single afternoon. While western media reports focused on the deaths of 18 … Read more . . .