I became a slave at age 5. Every day I looked after the herd. Every night I was raped by my master. I always thought, without understanding, that this was normal. Lire la suite
Ten anti-slavery activists were arrested earlier this month in the town of Rosso, Mauritania — the country that has the highest rate of slavery in the world, according to a recent human rights group report.
Charged under Mauritania’s terrorism laws with incitement to racial hatred, the activists now await trial in the capital Nouakchott. There, authorities last week detained a further two human rights defenders — this time for organizing protests calling for the release of their fellow campaigners. Lire la suite
The Pan-africanism Working Group shows solidarity with the people of Burkina Faso.
The Pan-africanism Working group welcomes the determination of the women, the youth, of committed people, of the political opposition, who have forced the 27 year old dictatorial regime to step back during the past four days. Lire la suite
On the 20th anniversary of the fundamentalist assassination of Algerian educator Salah Chouaki, Karima Bennoune translates his warning – so relevant today – about the need to be uncompromising in the battle against the very ideology that motivated his murder. Lire la suite
The dream that the twenty-first century will be the “African Century” is powerful and intoxicating. It is also becoming reality. As African officials gather in Washington, DC, on August 4-6 for the first US-Africa Leaders Summit, it is worth considering the basis – and the limits – of the continent’s progress.
Man aged 52 is arrested after woman dies of head and body injuries on Salary Brook trail in Colchester
A.H.M.E has a new site.
The former site is always accessible in » Archives-Ancien Site » section.
Mohamed Yahya Ould Ciré
Newspaper : « Cri du hartani
Website : www.haratine.com
No to impunity for human rights crimes
On 12 April 2014, the military court of appeal delivered its verdict, sentencing top security officials under Ben Aly’s regime to prison sentences ranging from 3 to 5 years. In some cases, they were acquitted. Those officials were accused for carrying out the killing and injury of demonstrators during the Tunisian revolution.