Friday, October 20, 2017
CLOSE
 
International
Liberian President Leaves A Mixed Legacy With ‘Fragile Gains’
October 11, 2017
At her final address to the U.N. General Assembly last month she summed up her legacy: “Liberia has remained stable, peaceful and secured”. ... read more »
U.S. Opens New Chapter In Sudan Relations, Lifting Sanctions
October 11, 2017
Antagonism towards Israel has since cooled and diplomatic channels between the two former enemies have reportedly opened. ... read more »
On A National Day For Burundians, Thousands Live in Exile
October 11, 2017
These jarring witness testimonies counter President Nkurunziza’s recent declaration that “Burundi is at peace.” ... read more »
Cameroon Fires on English-Speaking Separatists, Killing 17
October 6, 2017
Separatist groups and their supporters hoisted the blue and white flag of their would-be nation, Ambazonia, in road junctions and some public buildings. ... read more »
Nigerian ‘Unsung Hero’ Tapped for Major U.N. Award
October 5, 2017
A lawyer turned property developer in Borno state, Mr. Mustapha also took part in mediating between Boko Haram and the Nigerian government. ... read more »
Rwanda Jails Women’s Rights Activist After Presidential Bid
October 5, 2017
Later, she was disqualified from appearing on the ballot due to an alleged lack of signatures. ... read more »
Famed Empire That Dealt in Racist Fake News Collapses in South Africa
September 28, 2017
Leaked Gupta emails later turned up allegedly faked letters, written in Nene’s name, related to the funding of the multimillion-rand locomotive procurement. ... read more »
New Travel Ban Listing Important U.S. Ally Stumps Area Experts
September 28, 2017
The addition of Chad took that country’s government by surprise and bewildered analysts of Central Africa. ... read more »
Trump Slights Africa in First Policy Speech to Leaders
September 28, 2017
He could also have mentioned major drives across the continent against polio which have cut down new cases to record lows. ... read more »
Los Angeles Officially Named Host of 2028 Olympics 
September 21, 2017
Los Angeles was officially named last Wednesday as host of the 2028 Summer Olympics by a unanimous vote of the International Olympic Committee in Lima, Peru. ... read more »
Mandela Blamed for Leaving The Country to Whites
September 20, 2017
While Zimbabwe attempted a land reform program that gave land owned by whites to liberation war veterans and others, South Africa’s reform program was delayed for years. ... read more »
A Nation Remembers The Steve Biko Legacy
September 20, 2017
He practiced what he preached with regards to self-reliance and led the establishment of several community projects which were aimed at improving the lives of the people.” ... read more »
New Twist in Genocide Case on Behalf of Namibian Herero’s
September 20, 2017
It is thought some reached the US when the museum bought the private collection of a German anthropologist in the 1920s. ... read more »
Corruption Returns with a Vengence in Ghana
September 14, 2017
Director Joseph Siew Agyepoing of the Jospong Group of companies has vigorously denied the Joy News findings of inflated contracts, calling them “grossly misleading and unfortunate to say the least” and demanding a retraction. ... read more »
Thousands March For Change In TOGO and An End To Dynasty Rule
September 13, 2017
Gnassingbe’s offer to reintroduce a two-term limit was welcome, he said. But the opposition has rejected it because it would enable him to stay in power until 2030. ... read more »
SEARCH:    

LA Sentinel
in your pocket:







Taste of Soul Sponsors

TOS-Cookbook-Web
© 2017 Los Angeles Sentinel All Rights Reserved • A Bakewell Media Publication

Contact UsAboutMedia KitCorrections & Misprints

Terms of ServicePrivacy Policy

LA Watts TimesTaste of Soul