Blacks in Cuba Are Still Waiting for the Revolution

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

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

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

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

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

Mark Waller of (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

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

0 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

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’

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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