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African Diaspora: Second Thoughts on the Hotel Rwanda
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Boutros-Ghali: a CIA Role in the 1994 Assassination of Rwanda's President Habyarimana?

By Robin Philpot

With war still raging in the Eastern Congo for the fourth time since 1996, serious questions must be asked about the UN's inability to respond effectively. Former UN Secretary General Boutros-Ghali has been raising such questions ever since Washington vetoed his second mandate at the UN in November 1996. For the English version of my book Rwanda 1994, Colonialism Dies Hard, I interviewed Boutros-Ghali about the wars that have wreaked havoc on Central Africa and especially Rwanda and the former Zaire. His observations about the UN and the possible role of the CIA in the April 6, 1994 assassination of two African heads of state are stunning.

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World Focus: Death and Life in the Andaman Islands
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When Worlds Die With Them

By Gary Leupp

I'd been wondering about the Andamans and Nicobars. These are hundreds of small islands that rise out of the Andaman Basin northwest of the Indonesian island of Sumatra. They stretch out five hundred miles towards the Bay of Bengal, and constitute a Union Territory of India with their capital at Port Blair. Most of the islands are uninhabited, the whole archipelago's population only some 350,000. The people are mostly from the Indian mainland, but there are also "tribals" of what the New Delhi calls "Mongoloid" and "Negrito" stocks.

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African Diaspora: The Hamitic (Semitic) Hypothesis and Scientific Racism
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By Ayanna
November 15, 2002

The primary objective of scholars, philosophers, and historians during the 18th and 19th centuries was to construct an image of the African as inferior, incapable of civilization, deserving of enslavement and belonging to some subset of humanity. Some historians have concluded that the construction of this image was a direct attempt to rationalize and justify the brutal enslavement of the Africans in the Atlantic Slave Trade. Others infer that this construction was the culmination of years of exclusionist and culturally chauvinist thinking on the part of the European scholars, which placed them as naturally superior to all other races.

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