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Deposed Head of ‘Shelter Afrique’ Leaves All-American Housing Dream In Disarray
February 23, 2017
Mr. Mugerwa was forced out two and a half years before his contract was due to expire. ... read more »
Civil War Blamed for Starvation and Famine Looming in South Sudan
February 23, 2017
They’ve lost their livestock, even their farming tools. ... read more »
Soccer Star Weeps Over Racist Jeers in Serbian Stadium
February 23, 2017
Just months after an anti-racism taskforce was disbanded by order of the soccer federation FIFA. ... read more »
African Refugees Look North to Canada as U.S. Deportations Rise
February 23, 2017
A record number of people seeking refugee status have been pouring over the Canada-U.S. border as the U.S. looks to tighten its policies on refugees and illegal immigrants. ... read more »
Watson Joins African Global Economic & Development Summit Board
February 23, 2017
Diane Watson brings her 35 years of experience and legacy in public office to the AGED Summit to support its global mission. ... read more »
Tension Mounts As Kenyan Doctors Jailed In Labor Dispute
February 16, 2017
Corruption is a big part of the problem. ... read more »
Radio Still A Dynamic Medium In 21st Century, Says U.N. On World Radio Day
February 15, 2017
Radio informs us and transforms us, through entertainment, information and audience participation.    ... read more »
Media Under The Gun For Reporting Actual Facts
February 15, 2017
His statement came after elite forces became the latest troops to strike over unpaid bonuses in recent weeks, firing their weapons into the air in the army barracks town of Adiake. ... read more »
New Somali President Boosts Hopes For Long-Awaited Stability
February 15, 2017
Farmajo, 55, is known for his anti-corruption work during eight months he served as prime minister six years ago. ... read more »
Fidel Castro’s Legacy Mixed among Cubans
January 3, 2017
In the end, Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz died on his own terms: with his boots on, unrepentant, defiant, a thorn in the flesh of 11 American presidents, survivor of assassination attempts by the United States government (Cuban counterintelligence officials place the number at 638), revered by admirers, scorned and hated by critics and detractors, hailed as a savior, reviled as a dictator. ... read more »
NNPA President Recalls Castro’s Fight Against Apartheid
November 30, 2016
Under Castro, improvements were made to health care and education, while civil liberties were severely eroded ... read more »
Toll rises as Haiti digs out from Hurricane Matthew
October 12, 2016
People across southwest Haiti were digging through the wreckage of their homes Friday, salvaging what they could of their meager possessions after devastating Hurricane Matthew killed hundreds of people in the impoverished country. ... read more »
Former First Lady of Two African Nations, Graça Machel Launches New Women’s Network
September 28, 2016
Graça Machel, the former first lady of two African nations, recently established a first of its kind Pan African Women in Media Network (WIMN). ... read more »
Black Athletes of the 2016 Olympics in Rio
September 16, 2016
Congratulations to all the Black athletes who won medals in the Olympic Summer Games in Rio 2016! ... read more / view gallery »
A New Humanism for the 21st Century
September 14, 2016
The leadership in UNESCO is essential in representing coordinated efforts worldwide to seek peace. ... read more »
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