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AFRIKAN APPRENTICESHIP & EAST-INDIAN INDENTURE
Dr K. Nantambu

HAITI, THE FIRST BLACK REPUBLIC IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
Bukka Rennie

1845: INDIANS &
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Kim Johnson

DEFINING THE ENIGMA OF HINDUISM
Stephen Kangal

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A TRINI VIEW OF INDIA "The guide books and the media persist in giving false impressions about India,"

HISTORY OF INDIAN CONQUEST

A TRINI VIEW OF CHINA To me, a Trini who has spent most of his life on a small tropical island, Tibet is one of the most exotic destinations

THE FIRST CHINESE WERE BLACK

PURSUIT OF LOBENGULA
Last of the great Kings of Southern Africa

THE EGYPTIAN GREAT YEAR AND CHRISTIANITY
by Corey Gilkes

CIVILIZATIONS OF ANCIENT AMERICA
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3 officers killed; 3 injured in Baton Rouge
Posted: Sunday, July 17, 2016

3 officers killed; 3 injured in Baton Rouge
1 suspect killed, no motive identified at this time

Baton Rouge Gunman Was Former Marine
According to CBS News, Long was honorably discharged from the Marines in 2010 after serving since 2005, reaching the rank of sergeant. He served in Iraq from June 2008 to January 2009, and records show he received several medals during his military career, including one for good conduct.

Baton Rouge killer shared photo on Twitter of cop being shot

Baton Rouge shooter identified as former marine, reportedly ex-Nation of Islam member

Violence Haunts South Sudan as Civil War Flares Nick Turse
The parched field in the town of Leer, South Sudan, was covered in a carpet of dried grass. Nearby was a sheet of corrugated metal — a roof to a home that, like most in this town, was now in ruins. Lying in the field were scattered clothes: a desert camouflage shirt in the pattern the U.S. military calls "chocolate chip," a blue T-shirt that read "Bird Game" with characters resembling those of the video game Angry Birds.

Obama: 200 US Forces in Uganda to Help in South Sudan

Uganda Loses $1 Million Daily in South Sudan Conflict

Innocent civilians continue to die in U.S. drone strikes in Yemen

Turkey's Attempted Coup
Turkey's democracy is dead. It was dying anyway, as President Recep Tayyib Erdogan took over media outlets, arrested political opponents and journalists, and even re-started a war with the Kurds last autumn in order to win an election.

Coup d'état attempt: Turkey's Reichstag fire?
We are witnessing the consolidation of a new form of authoritarianism with a populist streak.

'US needs Erdogan as ally to put pressure on Russia,' but will never hand over Gulen

Turkey Accuses US Of Being Behind Military Coup, Demands Extradition Of Cleric Gulen

Turkey detains 'coup plotters' at base used by US: Reports

Turkey coup: 2,700 judges removed from duty following failed overthrow attempt
Turkey's highest judiciary council suspends judges and members of its own board for links to reformist Muslim leader Fethullah Gülen

Alleged coup leader was once military attaché to Israel
Former Turkish Air Force chief Akin Ozturk maintained army ties with Jewish state in the 1990s

Putin calls Erdogan, hopes for speedy return to stability
Russian President Vladimir Putin called his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday, describing the attempted coup as unacceptable and voicing hope for a speedy return to stability.

New Ties Emerge Between Clinton And Mysterious Islamic Cleric

Syrian state paper says failed Turkey coup fabricated

Turkey coup: Soldiers say they were 'not aware they were part of coup attempt'
They said commanders told them they were taking part in military manoeuvres

Turkey coup attempt: President Erdogan orders round up of more than 6,000 in ruthless crackdown

Erdogan Had It Coming: The Turkish Coup Failed, But Another Will Succeed
Too late did Erdogan realise the cost of the role he had chosen for his country – when you can no longer trust your army, there are serious issues that need to be addressed

Thousands in military detained as Turkey's government reasserts control after failed coup

28 Pages Reveal Evidence of Saudi Govt Involvement in 9/11
Hijackers Had Contact With Likely Saudi Intelligence Officers

29 Pages Revealed: Corruption, Crime and Cover-up Of 9/11

Blair to Bush on 9/12/01: 'Co-Opt' Sympathy for War
Declassified communications from the U.K. to the U.S. show the depth of Blair's commitment to toppling Saddam Hussein

Police arrest three in Nice as Islamic State claims truck attack

Iran decries US failure to fulfill JCPOA obligations

The Arguments Change, but the Effort to Kill the Iran Nuclear Agreement Continues

FBI has found no evidence that Orlando shooter targeted Pulse because it was a gay club

Britain faces the biggest crisis of democracy in its history. It's time to take power back.
Welcome to prime minister Theresa May's new regime: it represents perhaps the most authoritarian, racist and austerity-obsessed government in British history.

NATO Pledges Four More Years of War in Afghanistan
Posted: Tuesday, July 12, 2016

SEND OUR WAR CRIMINALS TO THE HAGUE COURT
This week's Chilcot report on Britain's role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq was as polite and guarded as a proper English tea party. No direct accusations, no talk of war crimes by then Prime Minister Tony Blair or his guiding light, President George W. Bush. But still pretty damning.

Reality check: study finds no racial bias in police shootings
A new study claims that while black people might experience more use of force by the police, they're no more likely to be shot – but the data is misleading

Tanks, helicopters attack South Sudan vice president residence

More than 300 dead as South Sudan capital is rocked by violence
UN security council urges end to fighting in Juba between troops loyal to president and vice-president amid civil war fears

Raids on factories aim to cause Yemen economy lasting damage: HRW
Human Rights Watch said Monday that Saudi-led bombing raids against civilian factories in Yemen, which have killed scores, appear aimed at inflicting lasting economic damage to the war-ravaged country.

The No-State Solution to the Israel-Palestine Conflict
A paradigm shift is required to bring about a peaceful resolution to the world's most infamous conflict.

President al-Assad: European parliamentarians should work to correct their governments' policies that caused problems

NATO Pledges Four More Years of War in Afghanistan
The longest war in US history just got even longer. As NATO wrapped up its 2016 Warsaw Summit, the organization agreed to continue funding Afghan security forces through the year 2020. Of course with all that funding comes US and NATO troops, and thousands of contractors, trainers, and more.

Warsaw Summit: Western Leaders Ignore Reality

US to send 560 more troops to Iraq to prepare for attack on Isis stronghold
Forces to travel to newly taken airbase as Iraqi and US officials prepare to fight for Mosul – a battle which will define Islamic State's fate in the country

Following Horrific Violence, Something More is Required of Us
We need a profound shift in our collective consciousness in order to challenge an entrenched system of racial and social control -- and build a new America.

Legalized Murder and the Politics of Terror
If we do not revolt, the savagery, - that is the daily reality for poor people of color will become our reality.

Demonstrations Against Police Violence Occupy Streets in US and UK
Amid heightened tensions and fear for safety after deadly Dallas sniper ambush, Black Lives Matter protests against police violence took to the streets in major American cities and the UK

Black Lives Matter Protest, Disrupt Major Cities Throughout USA

Movement Against Police Violence Condemns Violence Against Police
'People cannot use Black Lives Matter as a scapegoat,' says US Congressman

Officials Say Dallas Sniper, a Former US Army Soldier, Acted Alone
Micah X. Johnson was a 'demented individual,' said President Obama.

Dallas: Snipers kill 5 officers: Black Lives Matter
Posted: Friday, July 8, 2016

Hillary Clinton Blames Whites, Cops for Deaths of Young Black Men
Hillary Clinton used a CNN interview on Friday to completely embrace the Democrats’ claim that white people and cops must change to help reduce the number of African-Americans killed in tense exchanges with cops.

Tennessee gunman who shot postal carrier dead and wounded three others before shootout with cops 'targeted white people after becoming angry at police shooting African Americans'

Now video emerges showing off-duty NYPD cop shoot black man within seconds of road rage row breaking out – CONTRADICTING witness who said father 'beat the s***' out of officer

Shootings in Dallas expose US election faultlines of policing, guns and race
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton call off campaign events because of mass shootings for second time this month, and give statements on the issues exposed

Micah Xavier Johnson: Dallas suspect was Afghanistan war veteran, army says
Johnson, 25, served in Afghanistan for eight months from 2013-2014 and had no known ties to terrorism and no criminal record, officials say

'Killing these officers is morally reprehensible': John Legend speaks out alongside Shonda Rhimes and Rashida Jones as heartbroken stars unite against Dallas shootings

Micah Xavier Johnson identified as Dallas police shooting suspect
The shooter said he 'wanted to kill white people, especially white officers'

Micah X. Johnson: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Suspect identified in deadly Dallas police shootings

Family of Alton Sterling condemn Dallas shootings

Dallas: Snipers kill 5 officers in deadliest day for law enforcement since 9/11
6 others wounded in planned ambush; shooters warned of bombs planted 'all over' downtown

Dallas Police 'Ambush': 11 Officers Shot, 5 Killed During Protest
Downtown Dallas was in lockdown early Friday after snipers shot 11 officers, five fatally, during a protest over deadly police shootings of black men elsewhere.

Dallas Blacks Furious to Be Blamed for Murder of 5 Cops
Fear turned to outrage by African Americans who felt, again, they were being blamed for a massacre of police by at least two unidentified assailants Thursday night.

Obama: Saying 'Black Lives Matter Doesn't Mean Blue Lives Don't Matter'
In the wake of the officer-related shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota this week, President Barack Obama sought to quash concerns that to say "Black Lives Matter" negates that "Blue Lives Matter," too.

Serena Williams speaks out alongside John Legend and Jourdan Dunn as heartbroken stars unite against Dallas shootings

Jay Z Releases Song About Police Brutality After Philando Castile & Alton Sterling Shootings

Beyoncé: 'We Don't Need Sympathy. We Need Everyone To Respect Our Lives'
The artist posted a powerful statement urging fans to "take a stand and demand that they 'stop killing us.'"

Minnesota Officers in Fatal Shooting of Philando Castile Identified

Read the Transcript of the Video Taken During Philando Castile Shooting in Minnesota

'Appalled': Minnesota Governor Says Philando Castile Would Be Alive If He Were White

Alton Sterling Shooting by Baton Rouge Police Sparks Outrage

Police Confiscate Surveillance Video Of Alton Sterling Shooting

Why The Cops Who Shot Alton Sterling Will Go Free

California gang members charged in attacks targeting blacks
Seven members of a notorious Los Angeles street gang with ties to the Mexican Mafia were charged in an indictment unsealed Thursday for their role in attacks targeting African-Americans.

Sports Authority is selling everything — on Craigslist
The Englewood-based retailer, which filed for bankruptcy protection in March, closed its headquarters in May and is in the process of liquidating 460 stores.

Mumia Abu-Jamal's Fourth of July
Posted: Tuesday, July 5, 2016

US oil reserves surpass those of Saudi Arabia and Russia

The International Criminal Court (ICC) Will Not Prosecute Tony Blair
In an astonishing revelation, the Daily Telegraph has established that Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague will examine the Chilcot Inquiry Report in to the Iraq invasion – due to be released on Wednesday 6th July...

Haaretz Confirms: Britain Has Been Operating As An Israeli Puppet Within The EU

Mumia Abu-Jamal's Fourth of July

Many Americans Don't Have a Clue what the 4th of July is about — Here's a Reminder

UAE tells citizens to leave robes at home after businessman held as Isis suspect in US
Deputy ambassador apologises after Ohio receptionist calls 911 on man in formal dress, thinking he was a member of Isis

Stop Giving Chickens Away, Bill Gates
Bill Gates' philanthropic efforts are usually greeted with near-universal praise from people who love his money believe he is a great humanitarian, but Bill Gates knows very little about sustainable, intelligent development.

U.S. Must End Its Occupation Of Afghanistan, Warns New Taliban Leader

ISIS Repels US-Backed Forces From Syrian City of Manbij
ISIS Recovers Previously Lost Villages in Surrounding Area

Saudi Airstrikes Kill Dozens of Houthis in Yemen's Taiz
Houthis Attempted to Push Into Key Base in City

Somalia: U.S. Africom Arming Ex Somali Warlord to Fight Al Shabaab

The Nonviolent History of American Independence

Muslim man beaten outside Florida mosque that was attended by Orlando shooter

With Russia as an ally, Serbia edges toward NATO
Serbia is performing a delicate balancing act between its European aspirations, partnership with NATO and its centuries-old religious, ethnic and political alliance with Russia.

Why the British Said No to Europe
Posted: Saturday, June 25, 2016

How Severe Is Venezuela's Crisis?

European Union’s Imperial Overreach
The European Union's haughty and hasty expansion into low-wage Eastern Europe may be its undoing, as the Brexit vote shows popular resistance to the westward migration of workers that followed, writes Jonathan Marshall.

Why the British Said No to Europe
The majority vote by Britons to leave the European Union was an act of raw democracy. Millions of ordinary people refused to be bullied, intimidated and dismissed with open contempt by their presumed betters in the major parties, the leaders of the business and banking oligarchy and the media.

Basta Ya, Brussels! British Voters Reject EU Corporate Slavestate

Goodbye to All That: Why the UK Left the EU
So what started as a gamble by David Cameron on an outlet for domestic British discontent, to be used as a lever to bargain with Brussels for a few more favors, has metastasized into an astonishing political earthquake about the dis-integration of the European Union.

Despite the Vote, the Odds Are Against Britain Leaving the EU
The Brexit vote shows that a majority of the British voters understand that the UK government represents interests other than the interests of the British people. As difficult as the British know it is to hold their own government to account, they understand they have no prospect whatsoever of holding the EU government to account. During their time under the EU, the British have been reminded of historical times when law was the word of the sovereign.

EU parliament leader: we want Britain out as soon as possible
President Martin Schulz says speeding up of UK exit being considered after 'continent taken hostage because of Tory party fight'

World's 400 Richest People Lose $127 Billion on Brexit: Chart

END OF THE EU? Germany warns FIVE more countries could leave Europe after Brexit
FIVE European countries may seek to follow Britain's lead in leaving the EU in a Brexit domino effect, Germany has warned.

'Once occupation ends, terrorism will disappear': Abbas speech in EU parliament enrages Israel

Putin calls out NATO's 'insecurity agenda'
Russia's repeated – and rebuffed – calls for security cooperation proves it is not Russia, but NATO which is the source of Europe's instability and geopolitical tension.

Policy by Waging Undeclared War Against Russia?
Washington's NATO buildup on Russia's borders, its refusal to cooperate with Moscow in Syria and Ukraine, and its anti-Putin propaganda form an ominous pattern.

Tomgram: Nick Turse, Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics... and U.S. Africa Command

United States bombings of other countries

Britain Votes To Leave EU
Posted: Friday, June 24, 2016

'Explosive Shock' As Britain Votes To Leave EU, Cameron Quits
"The British people have made the very clear decision to take a different path and as such I think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction."

EU parliament leader: we want Britain out as soon as possible
A senior EU leader has confirmed the bloc wants Britain out as soon as possible, warning that David Cameron's decision to delay the start of Brexit negotiations until his successor is in place may not be fast enough.

Dow plunges by more than 500 points in first minutes of trading

Brexit: Why the UK vote to leave the EU is such a disaster for America
After this vote, the UK will be a less attractive partner to Washington


Egyptian Court Sentences 2 Al-Jazeera Employees to Death
Posted: Saturday, June 18, 2016

U.S. Sets Stage for Libya-Like Regime Change in Eritrea, "Africa's Cuba"
The United States is methodically setting the stage for a so-called "humanitarian" military intervention against the small northeast African nation of Eritrea, under legal pretexts much like those used to justify NATO's war of regime change against Libya, in 2011.

Mohamed Morsi: Former Egyptian president sentenced to life in prison in espionage trial
An Egyptian court has sentenced former Islamist president Mohamed Morsi to life in prison in an espionage trial in which six of his co-defendants were handed death penalties.

Egyptian Court Sentences 2 Al-Jazeera Employees to Death
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced six people, including two Al-Jazeera employees, to death for allegedly passing documents related to national security to Qatar and the Doha-based TV network during the rule of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

Floods in Southern China Kill 25, Displace Over 33,000

Bernie's Tragic Flaw: Too Soft on Clinton
The near certainty that he would jump on the Hillary bandwagon eventually has always been one of the best arguments for being wary of his campaign.

NATO Threatens Europe With Annihilation

Germany slams NATO 'warmongering' on Russia
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has criticised NATO for having a bellicose policy towards Russia, describing it as "warmongering", the German daily Bild reported.

Putin says accepts U.S. is sole superpower, dilutes Trump praise
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he accepted the United States was probably still the world's sole superpower and he was ready to work with whoever won the presidency, but didn't want to be told how to live by Americans.

Russia dismantles the myth of the American Navy's invincibility

U.S. dangles large land return as anti-base resentment surges in Okinawa

'Our Anger Is Past Its Limit': Tens of Thousands Rally Against US Bases in Okinawa
Demonstration a reflection of years of resentment against US military footprint on island, with former Marine suspected of recent murder and rape adding fuel to fire

Okinawan Women Demand U.S. Forces Out After Another Rape and Murder:
Suspect an ex-Marine and U.S. Military Employee

Saudi FM Backs State Dept Call for Syria Regime Change
State Dept: No Plans to Make Memo Calling for War Public

State Department "Dissent" Memo Backs Escalation of Regime-change War in Syria
The leaking of a so-called "dissent channel cable"—a classified memo signed by over 50 mid-level State Department officials calling for the Obama administration to re-direct its military intervention in Syria to a war against the government of President Bashar al-Assad—has ratcheted up tensions between Washington and Moscow.

Syria - Russian Surprise Attack Blows Up Kerry's Delaying Tactic
The U.S. is unwilling to stop the war on Syria and to settle the case at the negotiation table. It wants a 100% of its demands fulfilled, the dissolution of the Syrian government and state and the inauguration of a U.S. proxy administration in Syria.

NATO Chief: Alliance May Respond to Cyber Attacks With Conventional Warfare
Claimed Cyber Attacks May Become Pretext for Huge Wars

Iran Foreign Minister Encourages Closer Business Ties With Germany

Kremlin: Mingling of moderate and extremist Syria rebels complicates air strikes
The Kremlin complained on Friday that the mingling of so-called moderate rebels with Nusra Front fighters on the ground in Syria made it hard to distinguish between the two when it came to targeting air strikes.

Orlando gunman killa 50
Posted: Monday, June 13, 2016

America's most deadly mass shooter, 29, called 911 to pledge allegiance to ISIS before shooting dead 50 in Orlando gay nightclub as his father reveals 'he got angry when he saw men kiss'

Orlando gunman known to FBI shows difficulty of 'lone wolf' cases

Orlando: Vigils held after US' deadliest shooting
Vigils held across the US after deadliest shooting spree in country's history targets gay nightclub in Florida.

Gunman Omar Mateen Described as Belligerent, Racist and 'Toxic'

The US Is Preparing to Oust President Evo Morales
US intelligence agencies have ramped up their operations intended to remove Bolivian President Evo Morales from office. All options are on the table, including assassination. Barack Obama, who sees the weakening of Latin America's "hostile bloc of populist states" as one of his administration's foreign-policy victories, intends to buoy this success before stepping down.

Venezuela's Struggle to Survive
Amid a reassertion of U.S.-backed neoliberal policies in Latin America, Venezuela's socialist government totters at a tipping point, beset by a severe economic crisis, but Lisa Sullivan sees a ground-up struggle of Venezuelans to survive.

Pro-Government Venezuelans Rally to Defend Social Programs

Lula Leads Protests in Brazil Against Temer Government
Brazilians continue to denounce the Senate's removal of President Dilma Rousseff.

Argentina to suspend RT from national broadcasting
The Argentinian state media authority has decided to suspend the nationwide broadcast of RT Spanish. In 2014, RT became the first foreign TV channel to be shown on national television in Argentina.

WikiLeaks to publish more Hillary Clinton emails - Julian Assange
New release likely to fan controversy and provide further ammunition for Republican presidential rival Donald Trump

Russia: We will respond to entry of U.S. naval vessel into Black Sea

War With Russia Without Public Debate?
NATO is continuing its military buildup and "exercises" on Russia's borders, Moscow is taking "counter-measures," while the US mainstream media remains silent.

NATO threatens Putin with war!
In advance of next month's NATO summit in Warsaw, Poland, the western military alliance has organised a massive military build-up in Eastern Europe, heightening the danger of a military conflict with nuclear-armed Russia.

Kurdish YPG, Arab Allies Deal New Blow to Islamic State Group

Al Qaeda's Zawahiri backs new Taliban chief Akhundzada
Al Qaeda leader al-Zawahiri has endorsed new Taliban chief Akhundzada in a video message, according to a monitoring site. Experts believe al Qaeda's pledge could be an attempt to curtail IS' expansion in Afghanistan.

Why the Obama Administration Is Favoring al-Qaeda's Main Syrian Ally

The Nuclear Codes Come With Big Challenges For Clinton Or Trump
Whatever your take on the presidential race, Tuesday's primary results make it all but certain that, come January, President Obama will hand over the keys to the White House?—?and the nuclear codes?—?to Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.

Amnesty accuses Nigerian army of killing at least 17 unarmed Biafran separatists

The true cost of your cheap clothes: slave wages for Bangladesh factory workers
Everyone loves a bargain but the true cost of that latest wardrobe addition is pitiful wages for Bangladesh's legion of factory workers, writes Simon Parry.



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