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Srebrenica, on the Muslim edge of Russian influence

 

KPFA Weekend News, 07.11.2015

Diana Johnstone, author of "Fools’ Crusade: Yugoslavia, Nato, and Western Delusions," spoke to KPFA on the anniversary of the Srebrenica Massacre. 

 

UN Security Council responds to African Great Lakes Regional flashpoints

 
KPFA Weekend News, 05.02.2015

Rwandan and Ugandan troops have been reported in the Democratic Republic of Congo, during the past two weeks, but reporting is scant and neither the US, the UN Security Council, nor any other members of the international community have spoken to this, the latest Rwandan and Ugandan violation of Congo's sovereignty. The international community has instead been focused on the constitutional crisis in Congo's neighbor, Burundi.

Kibeho and Srebrenica: Ed Herman on the politics of genocide

 
KPFA Weekend News, 04.25.2015

Professor Ed Herman explains the politics of genocide manifest in media coverage of the 1995 massacres in Kibeho and Srebrenica.
 

UK Foreign Office calls on Rwanda to restore BBC Gahuza


KPFA News, 03.15.2015

The UK Foreign Office called on the Rwandan government to lift the ban on its BBC broadcast in the language of Rwanda and Burundi in Rwanda. The government banned the native language broadcast after the BBC broadcast "Rwanda's Untold Story," a documentary which upends conventional belief about the Rwandan massacres of 1994 and the government in Rwanda today. 
 

Berkeley Copwatch: Make the police obsolete

Berkeley Copwatch still seeks justice for the death of Kayla Moore in police custody in 2013.



KPFA Weekend News, 12.13.2014

Berkeley Copwatch co-founder Andrea Prichett spoke to KPFA about justice for Kayla Moore and organizing for the long haul, to make police obsolete.   
 

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