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The Mathaba News Agency was an independent alternative news agency founded in 1999, not to be confused with the World Mathaba organization (Arabic: المثابة العالمية al-Mathāba al-'ālamiyya.) (al-Mathaba Aalamiya, meaning "The World Center") founded by the Libyan state in 1982 to further world-revolutionary and anti-imperialist goals. which organized a number of conferences in Tripoli, attended by leftist or anti-Western leaders including Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF, Daniel Ortega of the FSLN in Nicaragua, Raul Reyes of Colombia's FARC, and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of Brazil.

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  • The Mathaba News Agency was an independent alternative news agency founded in 1999, not to be confused with the World Mathaba organization (Arabic: المثابة العالمية al-Mathāba al-'ālamiyya.) (al-Mathaba Aalamiya, meaning "The World Center") founded by the Libyan state in 1982 to further world-revolutionary and anti-imperialist goals. which organized a number of conferences in Tripoli, attended by leftist or anti-Western leaders including Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF, Daniel Ortega of the FSLN in Nicaragua, Raul Reyes of Colombia's FARC, and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of Brazil. The Mathaba News Agency formerly provided hosting and news services for the International Green Charter Movement (IGCM), based on Gaddafi's Green Book and given coverage to the political philosophy it espouses, known as the Third Universal Theory. It also hosted a forum and a private microblogging service. Mathaba referred to itself as "the first stateless news organization in history" with the stated goal of offering readers "a better understanding of public issues and positive development". It has had limited comments and no new material for most of the period since the fall of the Qaddafi government in 2011. (en)
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  • The Mathaba News Agency was an independent alternative news agency founded in 1999, not to be confused with the World Mathaba organization (Arabic: المثابة العالمية al-Mathāba al-'ālamiyya.) (al-Mathaba Aalamiya, meaning "The World Center") founded by the Libyan state in 1982 to further world-revolutionary and anti-imperialist goals. which organized a number of conferences in Tripoli, attended by leftist or anti-Western leaders including Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF, Daniel Ortega of the FSLN in Nicaragua, Raul Reyes of Colombia's FARC, and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of Brazil. (en)
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  • Mathaba News Agency (en)
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