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South Sudan Now Doubtful Of UN, West’s Intentions

South Sudan Now Doubtful Of UN, West’s Intentions

AFRICANGLOBE – With a political solution to the South Sudan crisis still elusive, the government is growing increasingly suspicious of the United Nations and some Western countries over what Juba sees as undeclared sympathies for the rebel cause.

American Couple Found Guilty In Qatar Of Murdering Adopted Black Child For Her Organs

AFRICANGLOBE – A Los Angeles couple was sentenced to three years in jail in Qatar for causing the death of their adopted African-born daughter, who was found to have died of starvation, in a case that has raised concern in Washington.

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As Discontent With The ANC Increases, EFF Offers A Sober Alternative

AFRICANGLOBE – The issue of resource ownership has never been more relevant as it is today to the ordinary South African. It is apparent that the means of production have remained in the hands of the White minority, and the country is a reflection of the chasm between those living in plenty, and those of barely getting by.

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KKK Forms ‘Neighborhood Watch’ Group In Pennsylvania

AFRICANGLOBE – In response to an alleged string of recent break-ins, the Ku Klux Klan has given a Pennsylvania chapter the go-ahead to form a neighborhood watch group. “You can sleep tonight knowing the Klan is awake!” read fliers promoting the neighborhood watch group in Fairview Township.

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The Big African Currency Question A Must Read

AFRICANGLOBE – The majority of African governments keep their reserves in dollars. Their membership of the IMF dictates the terms of their financial engagement with the international capitalist system. The US devalues the dollar by printing US$65 billion every month. Africans are losing in a number of ways but two are most blatant.

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Over 40% Of Domestic Violence Victims Are Male – Report

AFRICANGLOBE – About two in five of all victims of domestic violence are men, contradicting the widespread impression that it is almost always women who are left battered and bruised, a new report claims. Men assaulted by their partners are often ignored by police, see their attacker go free and have far fewer refuges to flee to than women.

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How Africa Beat The West At Reinventing Money For The Mobile Age

AFRICANGLOBE – When I returned to the United States after living in Nairobi on and off for two years, America’s antiquated payment ordeals were especially frustrating. As I never tire of explaining to friends, in Kenya I could pay for nearly everything with a few taps on my cellphone.

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Africa’s Cycle Of Exploitation: Now Its China’s Turn

AFRICANGLOBE – China is not in Africa to HELP Africa. She is in Africa to do to Africa what Europe and America have always done to Africa. China is neither a friend, foe, nor partner in development with Africa. She is simply obeying the
rules of techno- capitalism- exploit and dominate.

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South Africa: Apartheid’s Legacy Lingers On

AFRICANGLOBE – Many South Africans in the former homelands where they were confined during White apartheid had hoped the advent of democracy 20 years ago would change their lives for the better. But most of them are still struggling. When 74-year-old Dlingiziwe Ngubane was able to cast his vote for the first time 20 years ago – on April 27, 1994 – he had hoped his life would take a turn for the better. But he was utterly disappointed.

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