French embassy bomb attack, blowback from Libya, Mali wars


This 23 April 2013 video is about the bomb attack on the French embassy in Tripoli, Libya.

After Al-Qaeda and similar groups were allies of the USA, Britain, France and other NATO countries in the Libya war (which they still are in the Syria war) … the United States ambassador in Libya was killed by former allies of NATO.

NATO’s “new” Libya turned out to be unsafe for British, and Dutch, citizens.

It seems that now it is the turn of France.

From the BBC:

France condemns Libya embassy attack

23 April 2013 Last updated at 10:06 GMT Help

The French foreign minister has strongly condemned an apparent car bomb explosion outside the country’s embassy in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.

Two guards were wounded in the blast, which completely destroyed the embassy’s reception area and parts of neighbouring homes.

The BBC’s Rana Jawad says embassies in the region have been on alert since France began its military operation in Mali.

Mali holds presidential election amid ongoing French intervention: here.

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    Ceux qui voyaient dans la présidence d’Hollande la fin de la Françafrique ou une politique africaine de la France plus équitable, peuvent enfin se faire à la cruelle évidence de la realpolitik. Aminata Traoré, la militante altermondialiste malienne, n’a pas eu son visa Schengen, sur instruction de la France à tous les pays de l’espace Schengen. Aminata Traoré paierait-elle cash sa prise de position audacieuse, contre l’intervention française au Mali, qui selon elle cacherait à peine de gros intérêts miniers et géostratégiques au Mali et dans la sous région ? La France n’a pas d’amis, elle n’a que des intérêts, disait le Général De Gaule, et les intérêts eux, s’accommodent très mal de toutes voix discordantes. L’ancienne ministre de la culture malienne et porte-flambleau du « Non à l’intervention militaire étrangère au Mali » livre à cameroonvoice son sentiment après cette déconvenue.

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