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Goodbye ICC: The Bold Steps Taken By Three African Countries

AFRICANGLOBE - Within 20 days, three African countries have left the International Criminal Court, the much-hated Netherlands-based tribunal whose preoccupation over the past 14 years has been to humiliate Africans. Burundi made history when it announced its withdrawal. It was followed by South Africa and Gambia. .The withdrawal is warranted by the fact that the ICC, despite being called the International Criminal Court, is in fact an International Caucasian Court for the prosecution and humiliation of Africans.

President Mugabe Salutes African Support

AFRICANGLOBE - President Mugabe has saluted some African nations for standing by Zimbabwe despite pressure from Western countries compelling them to isolate the country. A few African countries, President Mugabe said, had at the last minute turned down invitations to visit Zimbabwe for fear of reprisals from powerful countries in Europe and America.

Africa’s Growth To Go Beyond Oil, Commodities In 2015

AFRICANGLOBE - Economic experts from across the African continent say this may be an exciting year for African economies, which could be ready to move out of their traditional roles and into new sectors.

Ugandan President Call On African Nations To Quit The ICC

AFRICANGLOBE - Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Friday called on African nations to drop out of the treaty establishing the International Criminal Court, amid evidence that it unfairly targets Africans.

Richest African Presidents 2014

AFRICANGLOBE - Africa is the second largest continent in the world. It is also world’s second most populous continent. There are 47 African nations led by leaders who have been ruling for over a decade. Some of these leaders and their families are very rich and their wealth are considered ill-gotten. They make their wealth from natural resources of these nations.

U.S. To Spend Up To $550 Million On African Rapid Response...

AFRICANGLOBE - The United States announced on Wednesday plans to spend $110 million a year over the next three to five years to help African nations develop peacekeeping forces that can be rapidly deployed to head off militant threats and other crises.

Surprising Map Shows All The African Countries Where The U.S. Has...

AFRICANGLOBE - Thirteen nations – stretching from the Horn of Africa to Mali’s western border – already house U.S. troops involved in “actual military operations.” Their presence is widely considered part of an expanding “shadow war” in the region – and the American people know very little about it.

African Parents, Stop Forcing Religion Upon Your Children!

AFRICANGLOBE - African parents need to stop forcing imaginary beliefs or religion upon their children. It is a pandemic disease plaguing most African nations, and is very common in Christian families or homes.

Africa Looks To Nuclear Power To Light Up Continent

AFRICANGLOBE - At least three African nations are looking to add nuclear power to their grid. Kenya and Nigeria want to establish nuclear energy, and South Africa, the only African nation with nuclear facilities, is looking to expand its capabilities.

Top 5 Most Popular African Nations To Invest In And Why

AFRICANGLOBE - Economic growth in Africa remains strong and is poised for lift-off . Growth in Africa was 5.9 percent, making it one of the fastest growing developing regions, according to a new World Bank report on Africa’s economy.

African Nations Need Regional Solutions, Not Misguided Advice From The West

AFRICANGLOBE - Western political leaders and media are often quick to make demands of African states and their leaders while completely absolving the “rebels” in the bush. Rebel leaders are customarily romanticized in the traditions of Fidel Castro’s adulation. In contrast, state leaders are handed long lists of programs to follow and implement in total disregard of the real situation on the ground and the prevailing circumstances.

G20 Must Re-Write Tax Rules and Recoup Africa’s Missing Billions

If G20 nations were hit as hard by corporate tax dodging as Africa, they'd have a $1.2 trillion hole in their budgets. African nations are losing nearly 2 per cent of their gross domestic product (GDP) as a result of companies fiddling the books through 'trade mispricing', according to figures released today by Oxfam.

African Union Supports Zimbabwe on Minerals

AFRICANGLOBE - African nations have been called upon to defend Zimbabwe against the evil machinations of Western countries that are against the country’s trade in diamonds and other strategic minerals.

Global Warfare: US Deploying Troops to 35 African Countries

AFRICANGLOBE - The United States Army will be deploying troops to nearly three-dozen African nations this year. Soldiers based out of Fort Riley, Kansas’ 2nd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division will begin training in March 2013 in order to prepare for a project that will send troops to as many as 35 African nations

African Women Entrepreneurs Build Ties, Share Tips

Women entrepreneurs from 37 African nations convened in Washington for the third meeting of the African Women's Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP), which runs from June...