Nigerians Dying Of Lead Poisoning From Gold Mining

Published on 26 Nov 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews Lead poisoning has continued to kill people, especially children, in the northern state of Zamfara in Nigeria. In 2010, no fewer than 163 people, most of them children, died of lead poisoning. Since then there have been allegations of other deaths of children caused by lead. World Health…

Shell Destroying Nigeria

Published on 29 Oct 2012 Nigerians have risen up and asked for reforms after years of corruption in the country’s oil industry. Questions are being asked about how much power does Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan’s new government have? Or is it the government or the oil companies that really hold the power in the country?…

Protest The Siege Of Bani Walid October 24, 2012

THIS IS A PROTEST AGAINST THE SIEGE OF BANI WALID AND THE NUMEROUS CRIMES OF THE PRESENT NATO CLIENT REGIME ينظم أبناء الجالية الليبية فى جمهورية مصر العربية يوم الاربعاء 24 . 10 . 2012 ظهرا .وقفة أحتجاجية امام مبنى الاتحاد الاوروبي بالقاهرة بمشاركة اتحاد المحاميين العرب وجامعة الدول العربية تنديدا بما يجري فى مدينة…

France’s “Left” Silences Anti-war Activist Jean Bricmont

The War on Freedom of Speech Belgian theoretical physicist Jean Bricmont Gearóid Ó Colmáin Every year the French communist Party ( PCF) organizes the Fête de l’Humanité in Paris, a left-wing festival where concerts are held and communist parties from all over the world erect stands to exchange books, pamphlets and ideas. Many authors, journalists…

Investigations of Shell’s Nigeria Spills a Fiasco

Inconsistencies have been found in Shell’s claims about sabotage contributing to oil spills in the Niger Delta. © Amnesty International The investigation process into oil spills in the Niger Delta has been challenged today by Amnesty International and the Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development (CEHRD), as inconsistencies in Shell’s claims about sabotage were…