Video Shows DC Thug Cop Kicking Teen Girl To Ground For...

AFRICANGLOBE - A video released by a local Black Lives Matter chapter has gone viral of three Washington DC Metro Transit Police arresting and kicking to the ground a Black teenage girl because she had a bag of potato chips and a lollipop.

White Students Yank Noose Around Black Classmate’s Neck While School Officials...

AFRICANGLOBE - “I feel like it escalated from them allowing kids to bring Confederate flags” to school, said a concerned mother from the area. Mississippi is the only state in the U.S. to feature the Confederate flag on its state flag. The boy’s mother was cautioned against filing a police report by a deputy after the incident, because one of her son’s attackers has a father who was once a police officer. Sheriff Boggs denied this, but did say that he told her that filing criminal charges may turn the student body against her son.

10 Amаzing Thingѕ Tо Dо In Ghаnа

AFRICANGLOBE - Whеthеr оr not уоu are a firѕt timе trаvеlеr tо Ghаnа оr уоu’rе rеturning fоr a repeat visit, thеrе аrе vеrу many thingѕ tо ѕее and do in thiѕ соuntrу. Mоrе thаn 1,000,000 tоuriѕtѕ tоur Ghаnа every уеаr, аnd thе friendly trорiсаl lосаl weather makes the region a trеndу vacation ѕроt for wildlifе аnd nаturе lоvеrѕ. Diѕсоvеr which attractions уоu dоn’t wаnt to miѕѕ on уоur next visit to Ghana.

Ma’at As The Strategic Foundation Of African Geopolitical Thinking

AFRICANGLOBE - The central idea of Ma’at lay at the foundation of Kemet’s (Ancient Egypt) view of the world. The Pharaoh as the guarantor of state sovereignty and power was entrusted to maintain and enforce Ma’at. What is Ma’at and how can its ascension to a central role in modern African strategic geopolitical thinking play a role in returning Africa to its traditional powerful role in global power politics?

Former Nigerian Minister Arrested In Multi Billion Dollar Corruption Case

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency on Friday arrested another former government minister in connection with a $2.1 billion corruption case. Former aviation minister Femi Fani-Kayode was arrested at around 1.55 p.m. local time outside a court building in Ikoyi, Lagos State.

Black Political And Community Leaders – The Gantt Report

AFRICANGLOBE - The Black political and community leaders that you love are masquerading as Black shepherds feeding you, the Black sheep, to the wolves! I’m not going to call any names but look at who you are following. Is your life any different? Yes it is. It is worse! Your leaders aren’t leading you down the path of righteousness. They are leading you to the dope house, the poor house and the whore house! Follow the woman or man that has a plan to make our lives better, make our pockets fatter and make our minds clearer.

Cops Who Killed Jamar Clark Will Not Be Disciplined Or Charged

AFRICANGLOBE - Two officers involved in the shooting of Jamar Clark, 24, will be returning to work after an alleged yearlong investigation. The November 15, 2015 shooting led to massive protests and riots in Minneapolis. Police Chief Janee Harteau announced that the officers will not be criminally charged and were found to have not violated department policy.

Former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke Qualifies For Louisiana Senate TV...

AFRICANGLOBE - Former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke received enough public support to secure a seat in Louisiana’s televised senate debate – which is to be held at a historically black university. Duke managed to scrape by the 5 percent minimum to qualify for the debate with 5.1 percent of support from a nationwide Mason-Dixon poll.

S.Africa’s Withdrawal Rocks International Criminal Court

AFRICANGLOBE - "There is a view in Africa that the ICC in choosing who to prosecute has seemingly preferred to target leaders in Africa." The ICC, set up in 2002, is often accused of bias against Africa and has also struggled with a lack of cooperation, including from the United States which has signed the court's treaty but never ratified it.

After Five Years Of Chaos Libyans Really Miss Gaddafi

AFRICANGLOBE - Five years after an uprising killed Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi, residents in the capital spoke about how they have grown to miss the longtime strongman as the frustrations of daily life mount. "I hate to say it but our life was better under the previous regime," Fayza Al Naas, a 42-year-old pharmacist, told reporters referring to Gaddafi’s more than four decades of rule.

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam: A Game-Changer For Nile Hydro-Politics

AFRICANGLOBE - Ethiopia, contributing around 86% of the Nile water, has failed to make any use of its own resource. Now, in a major shift of emphasis and action, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is promoting justice for Ethiopia, and for all other users of the river.

FBI Warned White Supremacists Were Infiltrating Law Enforcement 10 Years Ago....

AFRICANGLOBE - Increased attention toward the killing of Black men and women by police throughout the past year has ignited national conversations on racism and law enforcement. From Freddie Gray in April 2015 to Deborah Danner — an “emotionally disturbed” woman fatally shot this week by an NYPD thug — protests around the country have forced many Americans to reassess how police engage with Black communities.

Woman Who Lied About Being Kidnapped By Four Black Men Gets...

AFRICANGLOBE - A Michigan woman who said that four Black men kidnapped, raped and beat her for two days will spend a year behind bars for making the incident up. Leiha Ann-Sue Artman, 25, pleaded guilty to making a false report of a felony, a crime punishable by up to four years.

America Building A $100 Million Drone Base In Niger

AFRICANGLOBE - The United States military said on Friday it is building a $100 million (£76.8 million) temporary base for surveillance drones in Agadez, central Niger, allegedly to help the West African country combat militant groups and protect its borders.

Nigeria To Increase Oil Production By 22% By December

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria expects its oil production rate to jump by 22% by the end of the year to 2.2m barrels per day (bpd) from current levels, its oil minister said on Monday, adding he hoped a force majeure on all its oil fields would be lifted by December or January.

Namibians Furious After Germany Refuses To Pay Reparations For Genocide

AFRICANGLOBE - Namibians lashed out Friday at Germany for refusing to pay reparations for the genocide of their people a century ago, calling it a “phenomenal” insult to the victims’ descendants. Germany had not only apologised to the Jews for the Holocaust, but had also paid reparations, Rukoro said. “Because we have a different skin colour, the German government is saying to us: it’s only an apology and that’s it,”