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Race Baiting in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

If you believe Maryland Del. Pat McDonough, don’t visit Baltimore’s Inner Harbor because gangs of Black teenagers are terrorizing tourists. "Roving mobs of Black youth...

African Union Troops Launch Anti-Shebab Offensive

African Union troops backing Somali government forces say they have launched a carefully planned operation to bring security and stability to the people of...

Vipingo Ridge – Kenya’s Coastal Golfing Destination

There are obvious things that come to mind when you think of Mombasa, including beaches, palm trees, sand and ocean. Get ready to have...

Oil Workers Assess Damage After Sudan Border Fight

Sudanese oil workers took stock of damage to the economically-vital Heglig oilfield after recent fighting with South Sudan left a power station in ruins,...

Sudan Continues its Bombing of Civilians

Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) jets bombed Rubkotna bridge in Unity State, South Sudan on Saturday killing four civilians, injuring four, and killing one soldier...

President Kirr Lays Down Conditions for Withdrawal From Captured Oilfield

On April 10, 2012, the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) launched another attack against the Republic of South Sudan from Heglig. In early April, SPLA-forces...

South Sudan Shuts Down Oil Production in Captured Town

South Sudan's government on Wednesday suspended oil production in the disputed oil-rich area of Heglig following the capture of the area on Tuesday by...

The Making of the Huge Lake Turkana Wind Power Project

It will feed 300Megawatts into the national grid via a 400km high-voltage transmission line that will be concurrently built by the Kenya Electricity Transmission...

Serengeti Horseback Game Viewing Gains Popularity Worldwide

Introduction of horseback safaris in a private concession area operated by Singita Grumeti Reserves Ltd (SGR) is gaining popularity day after day among highly...

Sleek New International Hotel Makes Efficient Use of Smaller Plot in...

Exemplifying the urban facelift that Addis Abeba is experiencing, a place once known as Five Doors, in Kazanchis area, welcomes the official arrival of its newest neighbour. Radisson Blu Hotel, a chain owned by one of the largest international hotel groups, has opened its doors in time to welcome participants of the AU conference.

Heavy Clashes Between Rebels and Govt in Sudan’s South Kordofan State

Sudanese troops on Thursday occupied a key stronghold of the southern-aligned rebels they are battling in South Kordofan state, the information minister said. The claims were denied by the rebels, however, who said heavy fighting was ongoing.

Swedish Oil Company in South Sudan Abuses Probe

Civil society leaders in South Sudan are closely watching a legal battle unfolding in Sweden, as prosecutors investigate an oil company accused of involvement in massive human rights abuses here. James Ninrew vividly remembers the day Sudan's military attacked his community, which had the misfortune of living above vast oil reserves consigned to a consortium led by the Swedish oil giant, Lundin Oil.

Vast Investment Opportunities Beckon in South Sudan

Vast investment opportunities beckon potential investors in the world's newest Republic of South Sudan, the Undersecretary in the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Ms Elizabeth Majak Manoah has announced.

Cape Town's Development Boom

A R580-million Eurocape development is set to go up in Cape Town, South Africa, in the latest in a series of improvements to the city centre. Its first phase will open up 9,900m² of retail and parking space.

Tripoli Calm While London Burns

Isn't it ironic that while the streets of Tripoli remain calm the streets of London, capital of one of the principle imperial powers involved in the Libya war of aggression, is raging with fire?

Alarmed By Reports of Mass Graves, UN Urges Access to Southern...

United Nations officials and the Security Council today called for a halt to the fighting in the Sudanese state of Southern Kordofan amid reports of aerial bombings of civilians and mass graves, and called on Khartoum to provide unhindered access for humanitarian assessment and assistance.