The International Criminal Court has issued arrest warrants for Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi along with his son and intelligence chief.
http://youtu.be/6LCXHY3Xm4E This video report by RT correspondent in London says that behind the war in libya there could be the plan of Mr Gaddafi to launch a single African currency linked to gold and not to any currency like the US dollar. Something that Camerounian professor, Jean-Paul Pougala, wrote here on Africanews.it/english a few months […]
Three weeks ago anti-Gaddafi fighters dropped down from the Nafusa mountains in western Libya pushing back Gaddafi fighters from the plains below.
The International Criminal Court is deliberating whether to issue an arrest warrant for Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
http://youtu.be/Q85mHV0vCX0 Last 25 of June reporter Wayne Madsen spoke on ‘Eyewitness Libya’ Fact-Finding Trip. He said that there are so many lies about this war in Libya.
NAIROBI, June 23 – The Kenyan and Ugandan shillings are likely to remain under pressure against the dollar next week after falling through a series of record lows that their central banks blamed on currency speculators.
ABIDJAN, June 23 – Ivory Coast has approved a budget that assumes the economy will shrink by more than 6 percent this year after the country’s violent political crisis, according to the finance ministry.
DAKAR, June 20 – Nigeria’s Central Bank Governor Lamido Sanusi said on Monday that inflation risks in Africa’s most populous state remained high and that there was no choice but to focus on tightening monetary policy.
JOHANNESBURG, June 22 – South African consumer inflation accelerated more than expected in May, boosting chances the Reserve Bank might start lifting interest rates before the end of the year rather than early in 2012.
LAGOS, June 23 – Nigeria will lift a requirement that foreign investors hold government debt for at least one year on July 1 in a bid to attract new investment and help stabilise the currency, the central bank said on Thursday.