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audio Mideast Migraines - Israeli Atrocities Vs. Killing 3 settlers (audio/mpeg 80.3MB) - by Ren Tawil
Some facts surrounding the murder of three young Zionist settlers and of a Palestinian youth in revenge, music. Length: 1:56:54/ Date Recorded: 2014-07-07/ Location: Santa Cruz, CA/ File Info: 64Kbps, mp3 (82MB), Mono
Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 10:49AM
audio This Week in Palestine, July 18th, 2014 -- Gaza Special Coverage (audio/mpeg 7.2MB) - by IMEMC
Welcome to this Week in Palestine – Gaza Special Coverage, a service of the International Middle East Media Center, www.imemc.org, for July 12th, to the 18th, 2014.
Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 10:54PM
audio Did China win the Iraq oil war? Antonia Juhasz says no (audio/mpeg 2.8MB) - by KPFA Weekend News, 07.06.2014
Oil and energy analyst Antonia Juhasz tells KPFA that US and UK-based oil corporations' determination to gain access to Iraq's oil was decisive in the lead-up to the Iraq War, but not now, in President Obama's decision to send U.S. Special Forces.
Posted: Mon Jul 7, 2014 10:07PM
audio Mideast Migraines - They Dare to Speak Out, ending chapter 5 (audio/mpeg 128.3MB) - by Ren Tawil
Continued reading of "They Dare to Speak Out", finishing chapter 5; news items relating to the four youths, three Israeli and one Palestinian, all kidnapped and killed in recent weeks; oud music by Mavrothi. Length: 1:52:06/ Date Recorded: 2014-07-05/ Location: Santa Cruz, CA/ File Info: 64Kbps, mp3 (131MB), Mono
Posted: Mon Jul 7, 2014 3:14PM
audio KPFA's new am host and the Congo conflict (audio/mpeg 9.6MB) - by Ann Garrison
Los Angeles-based KPFK host Sonali Kolhatkar's displacement of KPFA's 8 am Morning Mix has been controversial to say the least. Kolhatkar's reporting on Rwanda and the conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo also raises questions about Pacifica's commitment to peace. Contrast CIUT-Toronto's Phil Taylor's 2008 interview with UN investigator Michael Hourigan, regarding the suppression of evidence by Louise Arbour, Chief Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda, with ...
Posted: Wed Jun 11, 2014 12:45PM
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(Attachment On: KPFA's new am host and the Congo conflict)
(audio/mpeg 9.3MB) - by Ann Garrison
Posted: Wed Jun 11, 2014 12:45PM
audio Mideast Migraine - They Dare to Speak Out, Stilling the Still, Small Voices (audio/mpeg 133.5MB) - by Ren Tawil
Continued reading of "They Dare to Speak Out" by Paul Findley, ending cptr. 2 and begin 3; music by Stuart Davis. Length: 1:56:39/ Date Recorded: 2014-06-02/ Location: Santa Cruz, CA/ File Info: 64Kbps, mp3 (137MB), Mono
Posted: Sat Jun 7, 2014 12:36PM
audio Mideast Migraines - They Dare To Speak Out, "King of the Hill" (start chapter 2) (audio/mpeg 127.9MB) - by Ren Tawil
Continued reading of Paul Findley's "They Dare To Speak Out", finishing chapter one, begin cptr. two; oud music. Length: 1:51:47/ Date Recorded: 2014-05-24/ Location: Santa Cruz, CA/ File Info: 64Kbps mp3 (131MB), Mono
Posted: Sat Jun 7, 2014 11:14AM
audio 9-11 Museum Film Controversy (audio/mpeg 83.6MB) - by Ren Tawil
On the eve of the NY 9-11 Museum opening, questions about Islamophobic content of introductory film; music. Length: 2:01:41/ Date Recorded: 2014-04-28/ Location: Santa Cruz, CA/ File Info: 64Kbps, mp3 (86MB), Mono
Posted: Sat May 17, 2014 12:43PM
audio Instability in Burundi could further destabilize Africa's Great Lakes Region (audio/mpeg 1.5MB) - by KPFA Evening News, 04.19.2014
Tension in Burundi, the African nation bordering Rwanda, with a similar history of Hutu-Tutsi conflict, has roused fears of ethnic massacres like those of the 1990s, but Professor Charles Kambanda told KPFA that Burundi's problem is not really Hutu and Tutsi, but a struggle for power.
Posted: Sun Apr 20, 2014 7:00PM
audio Rwanda, DR Congo, and the Pacifica Radio Network (audio/mpeg 1.0MB) - by Audio/KPFK News, post/KPFA's Ann Garrison
As the stand-off at the Pacifica Radio Foundation offices in Berkeley continues, I have to ask myself why Pacifica matters. Is it worth such a constant struggle? One reason I answer yes is the truth that makes its way onto Pacifica airwaves about Rwanda, DR Congo, the whole Great Lakes Region of Africa, and the US/Pentagon responsibility for the most lethal conflict since World War II. News reports about this are not consistent across the network, or across the broadcasts of different stat...
Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2014 8:28PM
audio Paul Flores interview on his play "Placas" on Setting the Standard (audio/x-wav 231.3MB) - by paz
Paul Flores interview on his Play "Placas" @Laney College 3/26-3/30 on Setting the Standard on the Dreadstar radio segment with Lion Face
Posted: Mon Mar 24, 2014 3:55AM
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(Attachment On: Panel Discussion at Pop-Up GI Coffeehouse 2/22/14)
(audio/mpeg 45.4MB) - by Ed Rippy
Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 5:37PM
audio Mideast Migraines - "Goliath", Part III, Chapters 20 & 21 (audio/mpeg 104.1MB) - by Ren Tawil
Continued reading of M. Blumenthal's "Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel", starting part III, chapters 20 and 21; Arabic Beat music. Recorded: 2014-01-18 Length: 01:53:44, 64Kbps mp3, (107MB) Mono
Posted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 2:58PM
audio Behind the UN Force Intervention Brigade in DR Congo (audio/mpeg 2.0MB) - by KPFA Evening News/Ann Garrison, 11.28.2013
The UN Force Intervention Brigade in the Democratic Republic of the Congo used South African helicopter gunships against both the M23 and ADF militias. South African mining researcher David Van Wyk said that this was not simply a U.N. operation to eliminate militias in the eastern DRC, as reported, but also the signal of a new resource war which could become another African World War.
Posted: Sun Dec 29, 2013 8:32PM
audio Humanitarian hawks in the Central African Republic (audio/mpeg 2.8MB) - by KPFA Evening News, Ann Garrison, 12.22.2013
U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power spoke in the Central African Republic on December 21, 2013. She announced that the U.S. will contribute $100 million in Pentagon resources to the French military intervention there.
Posted: Thu Dec 26, 2013 3:55PM
audio Obama Protest SF (audio/mpeg 35.5MB) - by Rubble
President Obama was in San Francisco for another major fundraiser at the SF Jazz Center in Hayes Valley on Monday, November 25th around noon. Activists from numerous groups were out in strong force to meet and protest the president on a number of policies. Hear audio from the streets. (20 minutes)
Posted: Sat Nov 30, 2013 8:16PM
audio U.S. will lift sanctions on Rwanda if it "cuts ties" with militia it created and commanded (audio/mpeg 1.6MB) - by KPFA Evening News/Ann Garrison
KPFA EVENING NEWS, 11.10.2013: U.S. officials and the corporate press have agreed to identify the M23 militia as “Congo rebels,” despite the 2012 UN report that says M23’s chain of command ends in the office of Rwandan Defense Minister James Kabarebe. This week the U.S. said that it is prepared to lift sanctions on Rwanda if it simply “cuts ties” with M23, the militia that it commanded and created, in partnership with Uganda.
Posted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 3:51AM
audio John Prendergast proposes Rwanda as corporate gateway to Congo's resource wealth (audio/mpeg 1.8MB) - by KPFA Evening News/Ann Garrison, 11.02.2013
As the army of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is reported to be defeating Rwanda's M23 militia in eastern Congo, ENOUGH Project co-founder John Prendergast steps up to tell the world what's best for Congolese and Rwandan people and their resources now.
Posted: Tue Nov 5, 2013 1:48AM
audio US sanctions Rwanda for using child soldiers in DR Congo (audio/mpeg 1.6MB) - by KPFA Evening News/Ann Garrison, 10.05.2013
The U.S. has sanctioned Rwanda for supporting the M23 militia which recruits child soldiers in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, which could mean the end of U.S. military aid to its longtime military partner. M23's chain of command is headed by Rwandan Defense Minister James Kabarebe in Rwanda's capital Kigali, though Kabarebe frequently crosses the Rwanda/Congo border to meet with M23. Many Rwandans and Congolese welcomed the U.S. sanctions as a first step, but noted that there h...
Posted: Mon Oct 7, 2013 10:05PM

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