More Ethnic Violence in Africa — Ethnic Nande militia in Democratic Republic of Congo kill about 30 civilians, mostly Hutus — Peace and Freedom

KINSHASA — An ethnic Nande militia in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo killed about 30 civilians, mostly Hutus, on Sunday morning, local sources said, in an apparent escalation of deadly violence between the two groups that has flared repeatedly this year. Joy Bokele, territorial administrator in North Kivu province’s Lubero territory, told Reuters that fighters […]

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What are the Ukronazis up to in Crimea? — Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

November 25, 2016 This article was written for the Unz Review First, it appeared to be a fluke: this summer the Ukronazi regime sent a small terrorist unit into Crimea tasked with blowing up several targets in the Crimea (see here for details). They were arrested by the Russian security services. In November, another two […]

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Central African Republic: Militia fighters hunt down and kill members of the Muslim Fulani ethnic group — 85 civilians dead — Peace and Freedom

Militia went door-to-door killing, looting and abducting, according to the United Nations’ genocide official Saturday 26 November 2016 Reuters United Nations peacekeepers in the Central African Republic, where ethnic tensions have left 85 people dead. Photograph: Pacome Pabamdji/AFP/Getty Images The United Nations’ top genocide official said on Friday he had reports that militia fighters in […]

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Taliban Leaders Move back To Afghanistan from Pakistan — Some experts see growing Taliban confidence in their fight against the U.S.-backed government in Kabul — Peace and Freedom

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NOV. 26, 2016, 2:48 A.M. E.S.T. KABUL, Afghanistan — After operating out of Pakistan for more than a decade, the leaders of Afghanistan’s Taliban movement may have moved back to their homeland to try to build on this year’s gains in the war and to establish a permanent presence. If confirmed, the […]

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