World War III: The attack in East Africa

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US force lands in Comoros Islands
By Dimitry Litvinovich, Pravda, 19 December 2001. The USA continued its “war with terror,” having dispatched not less than 100 commandos to the island of Moheli (or Mwali) on Wednesday morning. Moheli is included in the Islamic republic of the Comoros Islands. This republic is a member of the Arab League. The American military placed all the military structures of the Comoros islands under their control, including the army and the police.
Rwanda: Installing a US Protectorate in Central Africa
By Michel Chossudovsky,, 8 May 2003. The civil war in Rwanda and the ethnic massacres were an integral part of US foreign policy, carefully staged in accordance with precise strategic and economic objectives. From the outset of the Rwandan civil war in 1990, Washington's hidden agenda consisted in establishing an American sphere of influence in a region historically dominated by France and Belgium. America's design was to displace France by supporting the Rwandan Patriotic Front and by arming and equipping its military arm, the Rwandan Patriotic Army (RPA).
Bush Wants List of Kony Backers
The Monitor (Kampala), 15 August 2004. US President George Bush wants the State Department to compile a list of Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) financiers. Army spokesman, Major Shaban Bantariza said he was skeptical about the possibility of sharing this information with the U.S. State Department. This information should rather be given to the the International Criminal Court, which is investigating Kony.