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NAACP Takes Voting Rights Campaign to the U.N.

The NAACP is taking to the U.N. its effort to ensure that all former convicted felons in the United States can vote. A delegation from...

South Sudan Suspends Talks Accusing Sudanese Army of New Aerial Bombardment

South Sudan on Friday accused the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) of carrying out fresh air strike in Northern Bahr el-Ghazal state triggering the suspension...

Black Mauritanians in Senegal a Bitter Past

Black Mauritanian refugees who have been on hunger strike since June 19 in Dakar, Senegal saw a light at the end of the tunnel...

Traditional Leaders Meet Namibian President On German Genocide

AFRICANGLOBE - What happened to the Namibian people, especially the Ovaherero, Ovambanderu and Nama during the 1904-1908 wars, which led to the Extermination Order of October 2, 1904 against the Ovaherero and Ovambanderu, and the Extermination Order of October 22, 1905, against the Nama, "was genocide and reparation should be paid in order to redress and atone for the atrocities".

South Africa and Ghana Forging Closer Economic Ties

South Africa's Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe on Wednesday led a South African delegation to Ghana for a visit that will elevate the level of...

Five East African Airspaces to Be ‘Knit’ Together for Cheaper Air...

In order to make air travel affordable, governments of Tanzania, Kenya,Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda have been advised to knit their airspaces together. A delegation of directors from the Arusha-based, East African Business Council which recently went to meet Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki in Nairobi, presented a proposal that the five partner states should make the entire East African Community airspace domestic, with a view to making air travel cheaper within the region.

China Eyes Uganda’s Rail and Roadworks

President Yoweri Museveni yesterday held brief talks at State House Entebbe, with China's Defence Minister Gen. Liang Gaunglie and his delegation that is on a five day state visit to Uganda

President of South Sudan Meets Deputy Speaker of Israeli Knesset

The President of the Republic of South Sudan H.E Gen. Salva Kiir Mayrdit on Monday Aug. 29th, 2011 in his office at Presidential Guest House in Juba met a high-level delegation from the Israeli Knesset

Top Clinton Envoy in Angola for Energy Talks

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's top adviser on energy matters is in Angola for a three-day visit. Mr Carlos Pascual, the State Department's special...

West Africa to Emulate Chinese Development Model

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) said it would explore the possibility of emulating the integrated approach to development which has transformed China into an economic giant for the benefit of its citizens.

Zimbabwe Refuses Further Talks With the U.S. on Diamond Exports

Zimbabwe will not have any further side talks with the United States or any other Western country regarding Marange diamonds because it has met the minimum Kimberly Process Certification Scheme requirements and must be allowed to export the gems without monitoring, Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Obert Mpofu has said.

Libyan "Uprising" Neither Democratic or Spontaneous, Report Claims

The anti-Gaddafi uprising in Libya is neither democratic nor spontaneous, according to a delegation which visited the country last month.