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Robert Mugabe's militia burn opponent’s wife alive

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The men who pulled up in three white pickup trucks were looking for Patson Chipiro, head of the Zimbabwean opposition party in Mhondoro district. His wife, Dadirai, told them he was in Harare but would be back later in the day, and the men departed. An hour later they were back. They grabbed Mrs Chipiro and chopped off one of her hands and both her feet. Then they threw her into her hut, locked the... 

UN to investigate racism in the US

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A special U.N. human rights investigator will visit the United States this month to probe racism, an issue that has forced its way into the race to secure the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. The United Nations said Doudou Diene would meet federal and local officials, as well as lawmakers and judicial authorities during the May 19-June 6 visit. “The special rapporteur will…gather... 

Racist Violence against Whites does not cease in Zimbabwe

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On Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Rogers (pictured) were viciously attacked in an incident between Chegutu and Kadoma. Their farmhouse was looted and trashed in the attack. We have been told that their injuries are serious: Mrs Rogers was beaten and has suffered a cracked jaw and broken ribs. Mr Rogers has broken ribs and a broken nose – and his ear was bitten. He was shot at seven times and apparently... 

Disillusioned doctor says “South Africa: Go to hell!”

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I’m a northern European medical doctor. A senior surgeon, working in the public sector of South Africa. I have done so the last 5 years. I do not want to speak outside my discipline, so this will be about the medical demise of SA. Most visitors to South Africa, who encounter the public health sector, do so by visiting a hospital or a clinic in or near the big cities. What they get to see is a hospital... 

Chinese Demonstrations Against West Spread

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BEIJING (AP) – China appeared to be trying to rein in a growing nationalistic fervor, urging its citizens to be “calm” and “rational” in the face of anti-Western protests against French retailer Carrefour that spread Sunday to more cities across the country. More than 1,000 demonstrators carrying banners gathered for the second day in Xi’an in front of a Carrefour... 

Mugabe Awaits China Munitions - Genocide Feared

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I misunderstood Mugabe. I thought he said “Democracy” and “Ballots”. But its really “Bullets”. Oh, so that is “Democracy” Mugabe style. Well, he wins because he’s getting 3 million bullets – along with mortar and RPG7 ammunition. Those must be the “ballots”, er bullets he was waiting for to enforce “democracy”. This... 

Chinese Ship with Weapons for Robert Mugabe arrives in South African Port

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The SA Police Explosives Unit confirmed on Wednesday that an uncleared Chinese vessel docked at the outer anchorage of the Port of Durban is carrying arms.Customs revealed that the shipment was destined for Zimbabwe. Inspector Nicholas Gunther of the SA Explosives Unit in Durban told Sapa the vessel – called ‘An Yue Jiang’ – was carrying a shipment of arms. “We went there... 

US Government Says the Bible Is Hate

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In its recent report to Congress, the U.S. State Department “Office of Global Anti-Semitism” makes a startling policy statement. It says the New Testament record that the Jews had Christ crucified is “classical anti-Semitism” — a historic form of hate. 1 In its 2005 report to Congress, the State Department included as an “anti-Semitic incident” the case of... 

South Africa: Wounded Nation

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AFTER BATHING in the warm, fuzzy glow of the Mandela years, South Africans today are deeply demoralised people. The lights are going out in homes, mines, factories and shopping malls as the national power authority, Eskom – suffering from mismanagement, lack of foresight, a failure to maintain power stations and a flight of skilled engineers to other countries – implements rolling power... 

Mugabe's Militants Invade White Farms in Zimbabwe

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Militants Invade White Farms in Zimbabwe White farmers in Zimbabwe say militants loyal to President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party have forced three cattle ranchers off their land. A fourth is holding out with about 50 militants threatening to break down his farm gates. The land grabs, revealed Sunday, come as Mugabe and his party confront massive elections losses and an expected presidential... 

South Africa: Private Property Rights to end in July 2008

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March 30 2008. Rapport newspaper writes today that from July 2008, all SA private property can be expropriated by ANC-regime after July 2008, when the new Expropriations Act goes into effect. Any private property – not only land used for agriculture — can be appropriated by the South African state ‘s ministry of public works. Effectively, this marks the end of capitalist-style private... 

Mugabe blames the West for woes in final election push

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In his most outspoken attack to date on the former colonial power and the United States, Mugabe said they were responsible for the chronic problems which are now afflicting the health service in a country where even bandages and painkillers are scarce and where from where most doctors have emigrated. As one of his two challengers said the country needed a period of healing and reconciliation, Mugabe... 
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