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Back Into Slavery: West Africa Signs Economic Partnership Agreement With Europe

Back Into Slavery: West Africa Signs Economic Partnership Agreement With Europe

AFRICANGLOBE – In a move welcomed by European Commissioner for trade Karel De Gucht, the heads of 16 West African states yesterday decided to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union.

Brazil’s Ongoing Agenda To Erase Its Black Population

AFRICANGLOBE – Brazil’s White elites saw it necessary that ALL Black persons eventually disappear into the desirable ideal of branquidade (whiteness)

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Obama On The Wrong Side Of History

AFRICANGLOBE – When Barack Obama delivered his speech on Africa in Ghana, he made reference to African leaders being on the wrong side of history. The right side, he implied, was the side of the U.S.. The U.S. has democracy and preaches democracy — only it does so selectively, purporting to champion democracy while at the same time supping with undemocratic and sometimes tyrannical regimes as has been the case with Egypt, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

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11 Year-Old Soap Maker Donovan Smith Donates Proceeds To Help Homeless

AFRICANGLOBE – He is 11 years old and has an amazing talent for soap making. Now, he is starting his own business, and trying to help others in the process, donating to the same organization that helped him and his mother find a home.

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Family, Friends Say Goodbye To Eric Garner, The Man Choked To Death By NYPD

AFRICANGLOBE – Tears, songs and sermons filled a Brooklyn church Wednesday as grief-stricken family and friends, along with politicians and civil rights leaders, said final goodbyes to Eric Garner, who was choked to death on a city street by the NYPD.

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NYPD Attempting To Cover-Up Eric Garner Chokehold Killing

AFRICANGLOBE – Bill Bratton’s NYPD apparently tried to coverup the chokehold killing of Eric Garner with falsified Police report and story disseminated to the media.

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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 of them remain in captivity with reports of mass rape, sexual abuse, sex slavery and even death.

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Detroit Water Shut-Offs Spark War Of Words

AFRICANGLOBE – State officials on Friday disputed that water shut-offs in Detroit constitute a public health crisis, despite protests in the city that drew large crowds and led to at least nine arrests.

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NYPD Already Lying About Strangling  Eric Garner To Death

AFRICANGLOBE – An NYPD internal report prepared right after Eric Garner’s murder on Staten Island last Thursday plays down the incident, with supervising officers failing to note the strangulation and insisting Eric Garner was not in “great distress.”

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