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Detroit Water Shut-Offs Spark War Of Words

Detroit Water Shut-Offs Spark War Of Words

AFRICANGLOBE - State officials on Friday disputed that water shut-offs in Detroit constitute a public…

NYPD Already Lying About Strangling Eric Garner To Death

NYPD Already Lying About Strangling  Eric Garner To Death

AFRICANGLOBE - An NYPD internal report prepared right after Eric Garner's murder on Staten Island…

Ku Klux Klan Willing To Work With Blacks To Fight Illegal Immigration?

Ku Klux Klan Willing To Work With Blacks To Fight Illegal Immigration?

AFRICANGLOBE - The Ku Klux Klan terrorist group has launched a major recruiting campaign all…

Feeling “Invisible,” Black Residents Flee Austin

Feeling “Invisible,” Black Residents Flee Austin

Austin, with a population of 885,400, is among the country’s fastest-growing cities, luring residents with…

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Ethiopia Among Top 15 Safest Countries In The World

AFRICANGLOBE - As natural disasters, terrorism, robberies and massacres made our planet a hell, everyone is having the urge to settle down in somewhere safe. But unfortunately when it comes to preparing a list of the top 10 safest countries in the world, it becomes extremely hard to find such countries that satisfy all the…

Ethiopia Among Top 15 Safest Countries In The World

VIRAL VIDEO: If Black People Said the Kinds of Things That White People Do

AFRICANGLOBE - This short hilarious video produced by Buzzfeed Yellow is something you might have to view more than once, if you're White. Black viewers will most likely be nodding knowingly or laughing hysterically.…

VIRAL VIDEO: If Black People Said the Kinds of Things That White People Do

Zimbabwe’s Revolution: The Hard Lessons

AFRICANGLOBE - That the ousted White commercial farmers and their confederates in Western imperial circles are opposed to the economic empowerment of Zimbabweans is not a matter of debate anymore, and from a purely capitalist point of view the indignation on their part is quite understandable.…

Zimbabwe’s Revolution: The Hard Lessons

J. A. Rogers: Historian, Journalist And Author

AFRICANGLOBE - Joel Augustus Rogers was born September 6, 1880 in Negril, Jamaica and died on March 26, 1966 in New York City. Rogers was a historian, journalist and author whose works made great contributions to the history of Africa and its diaspora.…

J. A. Rogers: Historian, Journalist And Author

White Power USA – The Rise Of The Right-Wing

AFRICANGLOBE - White supremacist and neo-Nazi groups claim their membership is growing and that visits to their websites are increasing. Filmmakers Rick Rowley and Jacquie Soohen went inside the White nationalist movement to investigate.…

Business

Ethiopia Still Needs A ‘Strong Hand’

Ethiopia Still Needs A ‘Strong Hand’

AFRICANGLOBE - The World Bank is "wrong" about how hard it is to do business in Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn the country's prime minister.…

‘Strikes May Be Start Of Worker Revolution’ In South Africa

‘Strikes May Be Start Of Worker Revolution’ In South Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - A prominent economist has warned that South Africa might be witnessing the start…

The ‘Smokescreen’ Of Charity: How The Global Financial Elite Pillage Africa

The ‘Smokescreen’ Of Charity: How The Global Financial Elite Pillage Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - "Notions of aid and charity are in reality aiding politicians and multinational corporations…

French President Heads To Africa As Relations Turn “Traditional”

French President Heads To Africa As Relations Turn “Traditional”

AFRICANGLOBE - French President Francois Hollande came to office promising to overhaul France’s relations with…

Africa

Kidnapped Schoolgirls: Boko Haram Murders Parents

Kidnapped Schoolgirls: Boko Haram Murders Parents

AFRICANGLOBE - About a dozen parents of the more than 200 kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls will…

The ANC Now Turning Against Winnie Mandela

The ANC Now Turning Against Winnie Mandela

AFRICANGLOBE - ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has warned that Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's support of Julius…

Fighting In Libya Getting Worse

Fighting In Libya Getting Worse

AFRICANGLOBE - Officially Libya is not at war, but for the thousands of residents of…

One Hundred Days Later And The Chibok Girls Are Still Not Free

One Hundred Days Later And The Chibok Girls Are Still Not Free

AFRICANGLOBE - July, 22, marks 100 days since the abduction of almost 300 girls by Muslim terrorists from their school dormitory in Chibok, North East Nigeria. Since then, some of the girls managed to escape from their abductors. However, most…

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