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Whale Watching in South Africa

Whale Watching in South Africa

AFRICANGLOBE – South Africa is one of the best destinations worldwide for watching marine mammals, whether from land or from boats, with spectacular annual visits from southern right and humpback whales and enormous pods of dolphins year-round.

Writer Attacked for Asking, “Time to Profile White Men?”

AFRICANGLOBE – Is it unfair to ask why the vast majority of the shooters in Newtown-like mass murders are White men? And what would have been the country’s reaction if the shooter had been Black?

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Mali’s Army in a State of Emergency

AFRICANGLOBE – The Malian army once cut a disciplined image of a well-trained and well-equipped force. But its image as a model army was blown into smithereens under the shells of Tuareg traitors and their Arab allies.

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The Mayan Calendar: Why the World Didn’t End Yesterday

AFRICANGLOBE – In the language of Maya scholars, 13 Bak’tuns or 13 times 144,000 days elapsed between the two dates. This was a significant interval in Maya theology, but, stresses Carlson, not a destructive one. None of the thousands of ruins, tablets, and standing stones that archeologists have examined foretell an end of the world.

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The Mayans Were Right The World Might Actually Be Ending

The Mayans predicted that the world would end on December 21, 2012. Of course these were Mexicans with no internet and such a bold prophecy from a tribe from so long ago should never be taken seriously. However, the world has seem to find relevancy and even “evidence”

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Fat Women in Stockton Offended at Being Called Fat

AFRICANGLOBE – Obesity is a serious societal problem that is rising in America. All else equal, being morbidly obese puts you at higher risks for a number of life threatening diseases and conditions including but not limited to Type 2 diabetes, cancer, hypertension, higher infant mortality rates and cardiac disease. I’ve seen obesity and related illnesses kill [...]

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Stronger America Needs Stronger Ethiopia

AFRICANGLOBE – On his return voyage from the Yalta Conference in February 1945, the then United States president, Franklin Roosevelt, held a successive one hour port-side chat with three kings. Aboard the heavy cruiser, USS Quincy, docked off the Great Bitter Lake of the Egyptian coast, the President discussed with King Farouk of Egypt, King [...]

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Revisiting Italian Atrocities in Ethiopia

AFRICANGLOBE – The early days of 1937 were one of the most horrifying in Addis Ababa’s history. Fascist Italy’s top general, Rodolfo Graziani, had given orders to his troops to unleash terror and mass murder against Ethiopia’s civilian population; this was revenge for the Ethiopian resistance’s attempt to assassinate him. Ambassador Imiru Zeleke was one [...]

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Kidnappers Seize Mother of Nigeria’s Finance Minister Okonjo Iweala

AFRICANGLOBE – Gunmen, yesterday, raised the stake when they abducted the mother of Nigeria’s Minister of Finance, Prof. Okonjo Iweala, Professor Kamene Okonjo, in Ogwashi-Uku, Delta State. Okonjo Iweala’s mother, 82, who is the wife of the Obi (King) of Ogwashi-Uku Kingdom, Professor Chukwuka Aninshi Okonjo Agbogidi, was kidnapped yesterday at about 1:30 pm at [...]

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