lundi 1 mars 2010

Le monde en guerre en 33 conflits et en photos par Foreign Policy magazine




Le monde en guerre en 33 conflits et en photos par Foreign Policy magazine : ICI par Kayvan Farzaneh, Andrew Swift, et Peter Williams
Pour notre sujet on retiendra les photos :
1 Est du Congo (RDC)
5 Tchad
6 Est du Tchad
10-11 Somalie
16 Nigeria
19 République centrafricaine
24 Darfour (Soudan)
25 Sud Soudan
31 Ouganda
33 Ogaden (Ethiopie)

Photo (PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images) :
Nigeria: The militant movement in Nigeria's Niger Delta sprung up after environmental activist Ken Saro-Wiwa and several of his colleagues were executed by the country's military regime in 1995. Saro-Wiwa had been protesting the poverty and pollution of his home region after oil companies began exploring there a decade earlier. Today's Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), founded around 2003, demands a higher percentage of the country's oil wealth and a cleanup of villages polluted by oil. This September 2008 photograph shows MEND members celebrating a recent victory against the Nigerian military. On Jan. 30, 2010, MEND reneged on a unilateral cease-fire it had adopted the previous October, which has led to widespread fear of kidnappings and attacks against oil companies.

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