Blacks in Cuba Are Still Waiting for the Revolution

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In an op-ed for the New York Times, Afro-Cuban Roberto Zurbano discusses the ongoing struggle with being black in Cuba. In...

African and Caribbean Immigrants: U.S. Reform Bill Could Block Entry

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Kevin Bogardus and Russell Berman of the Bay State Banner are reporting that black lawmakers and civil rights groups are concerned...

South Africa Bridge Collapses: Two Dead, 20 Injured

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BREAKING: A temporary pedestrian bridge over a main route in South Africa has collapsed, killing at least two people and injuring...

Rwanda: Geothermal Drilling to Begin at Karisimbi Volcano

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Frank Kanyesigye of The New Times Rwanda is reporting that geothermal drilling will begin on April 15 in Rwanda on the...

United States: Check out PBS' Africa

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A joint venture between Thirteen/WNET New York's NATURE and National Geographic Television, AFRICA is an eight-part series, shot in widescreen, super...

Hurricane Katrina: A Statistical Snapshot Eight Years Later

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Mark Waller of Nola.com (The Times-Picayune) is reporting on the impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans eight years after the...

Ebola: Trinidad May Postpone 2015 Carnival Over Fears

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Caribbean 360 is reporting that the National Carnival Commission (NCC) may postpone Carnival celebrations in 2015 due to fears associated with...

Mali Elections are Scheduled for July 28

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AllAfrica.com is reporting that Mali has scheduled elections for July 28, 2013. Mali has been in a state of turmoil since...

Ghana Celebrates 56 Years of Independence

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Today, Ghana celebrated 56 years of independence as a nation. Ghana obtained its independence from colonial Britain in 1957. President John Dramani...

Uganda President Refuses to Sign Anti-Gay Law? Says Gays Are ‘Sick’

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Faith Karimi of CNN International is reporting that Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has refused to sign a bill that would punish...

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