Daily Archives: April 5, 2017

A new blow to the Moroccan diplomacy in the capital of its Senegalese ally: the African Union is still hard to corrupt

by Malainin Lakhal

For the second time, the Kingdom of Morocco failed to impose its colonial agenda on the African Union during the meetings held in capitals of the closest friends of Rabat. After failing to obstruct the Saharawi participation, (even though only with the name and flag of the SADR) in Malabo last year, Morocco failed again to impede the Saharawi participation in a joint ECA-AUC meeting in Dakar, Senegal. Furthermore, all the attendees, without exception, were surprised by the Moroccan diplomacy’s childish behaviors and zealous attempts to impose things that none can accept.

Australia | Iranian refugee’s film shot on mobile phone shows life inside Australian detention centre

by Eric Tlozek

Audiences around the world will soon have the chance see what life is like inside one of Australia’s offshore detention centres.

An Iranian refugee in the Manus Island detention centre has released a feature film he shot from inside its walls.

Mexico | Zapatistas launch Anti-Trump coffee to help immigrants

Mexico’s Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) has announced it will begin selling organic coffee from Chiapas to help migrants persecuted by US President Donald Trump.

Working alongside allied international distributors, the EZLN will use coffee sale funds to provide financial assistance to US deportees in Mexico. They will also use funds to support pro-immigrant resistance groups around the world protesting anti-immigrant governments.