Niger’s Ambassador Suspension at the UN General Assembly: Burkina Faso Denounces Medieval Practice

2023-09-24 02:50:03 With our correspondent in New York, Carrie Nooten Niger’s ambassador to the UN before the July 26 coup, Yaou Sangaré Bakary became head of diplomacy of the military regime. It was thanks to his ambassador badge that he was able to enter on Monday September 18 for the preamble conference of the high-level … Read more

Hybrid War: Unveiling the Involvement of Western Countries in Ukraine Conflict

2023-09-23 20:30:00 “We call it hybrid war, but that does not change the reality,” he added, referring to financial aid, weapons and “mercenaries” from Western countries. The head of Russian diplomacy, during a long press conference at UN headquarters in New York, was questioned about the involvement of the United States in the conflict in … Read more

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres Criticized for Blocking Niger’s Representation at UNGA: An Analysis

2023-09-23 06:47:37 The junta judges that Antonio Guterres “went astray” by not letting the representative of Niger speak at the UN The National Council for the Safeguarding of the Homeland (CNSP) released a video last night to respond to the refusal of the UN Secretary General to allow the representative of Niger to speak during … Read more

Raymond Ndong Sima, Gabonese Prime Minister of the Transition: “It’s a salutary coup d’état”

2023-09-22 08:02:42 Published on : 22/09/2023 – 10:02 On the sidelines of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, the Gabonese Prime Minister of the Transition, Raymond Ndong Sima, gave an interview to France 24. The latter returned to the coup d’état of 30 last August in his country, calling … Read more

Rethinking African Governance: Breaking the Shackles of Western Influence

2023-09-21 21:11:53 The Guinean head of state, applauded several times, denounced a model of governance according to him “ imposed » by the West. A Western model that he considers to be a failure on the continent. “ Africa suffers from a model of governance that has been imposed on us, a model that is … Read more

Rwandan Memorials Recognized by UNESCO: Learn the History and Importance of These Sites

2023-09-20 20:36:58 Four Rwandan memorials are recognized by UNESCO, among the 200 places of remembrance in the country. The Genocide Memorial, located on Gisozi Hill, is now a world heritage site. Inaugurated in 2004, it houses the remains of 250,000 people, but also torn clothes belonging to the victims and weapons used by their executioners. … Read more