Tuesday, 1 July 2008

African Summit

It is a great shame that there has not been more outcry from Leaders in Africa over Robert Mugabe's sham election of intimidation and violence.
It got me thinking what happened to that shipload (An Yue Jiang) of weapons that China had sent to South Africa and port workers had refused to unload as they were destined for Zimbabwe. It seems it ended up in Angola, one of Mugabe's allies, but I could not find any more reference to it apart from that Angola would only unload what was destined for them. With only Zambia between Angola and Zimbabwe and the African Summit seemingly toothless in it's response to Mugabe's brutality, I hope that is the case.

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