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The NRA and the Gun Connection in Jamaica

AFRICANGLOBE - Following on the recent brutal slaying of 20 first-graders with an assault rifle in Newtown, Connecticut, President Obama has called for 'action' on some level of gun control while those in the National Rifle Association (NRA) have increased their proactivity in defence of 'Second Amendment rights.'

Nigerian Govt Pledge to Boost ICT Sector With 15 Billion Investment

Nigeria's ICT sector is set for a big boost as the Federal Government has pledged that the investment profile of the sector will be...

Africa a Top Priority Says World Bank

Africa is top priority for the World Bank, the group's new president Jim Yong Kim said in Tshwane on Thursday. "I've worked in Africa. Africa...

The Race for AU Boss Is On – Why Does It...

The African Union will hold its 18th Summit in Addis Ababa from January 23-30. Kenyans have not-too-fond memories of last January's summit -- at which the so-called shuttle diplomacy against Kenya's engagement with the International Criminal Court was launched. And the region as a whole was focused on the implications of external intervention under the "responsibility to protect" -- given the massive changes then underway in North Africa.

Large Turnout As Liberia Holds Peaceful Election

The Elections Coordinating Committee, (ECC) has commended the level of enthusiasm and spirit that characterize the ongoing general elections in Liberia.

Two Video Games in African Colours

Since the early days of Space Invaders and Tetris, video games have gone from strength to strength. Gaming may be a global phenomenon but in Cameroon it has firm African roots, as explains Yannick Sabzé, a computer programmer from Yaoundé.

The jobs crisis in America

The ultimate aim is to create conditions in which millions of people have no access to even the most basic government assistance, to create such levels of economic desperation that workers will take any job

Unemployment Rate for African American Men at Record High

If the election of America's first African-American president was expected to give blacks an economic boost, it hasn't emerged yet. Indeed, the percentage of African-American men with a job has dropped to its lowest level since records began in 1972