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Sudan’s Opposition Urges Citizens to Prepare for ‘Decisive Battle’ With Bashir

The coalition of mainstream opposition parties in Sudan, the National Consensus Forces (NCF), has reiterated its commitment to topple the regime of president Omer Al-Bashir by all legitimate means, urging citizens across the country to prepare for the "decisive battle"

Fox News Ends Interview After Being Accused of Acting As ‘A...

AFRICANGLOBE - Fox News abruptly ended a Monday interview about the Benghazi attacks after a guest openly accused the network of acting as “a wing...

Rebels Killed Over 50 Sudanese Soldiers in South Kordofan

A rebel group on Thursday said it killed more than 50 Sudanese soldiers during battles in Sudan's South Kordofan State which has been witnessing...

Ethiopia’s Ruling Party Discusses Growth Targets

Ethiopia's ruling party, Ethiopian People's Revolutionary democratic Front (EPRDF) Tuesday called for an extraordinary session, to review the state of the economy amid indications...

Reflecting on Jamaica’s 50 Years of Independence

The National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica holds a special place in the heart of Jamaicans. It is known as the "office" when the national...

Sudan Government Accused of Using Nerve Gas on Protesters

Sudanese security forces used "nerve gas" to incapacitate would-be demonstrators in the capital Khartoum on Friday, an opposition member has charged, whereas activists said...

Sudan Braces for 30% Reduction in Govt Size as Austerity Bites

The governing National Congress Party (NCP) in Sudan has decided to relinquish "30 percent" of its representation in both executive and legislative authorities nationwide...

Businessmen Warns of ‘Catastrophe’ Ahead for Sudan’s Economy

The Union of Sudanese Businessmen (USB) has urged the authorities to seek out alternative austerity measures as opposed to their "catastrophic" intention of lifting...

Nigeria the Least Indebted Developing Nation – PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that Nigeria, against what it termed the misinformation by the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN, is still...

Rumours Of Intifada In Khartoum

AFRICANGLOBE - The sporadic talks between the Juba and Khartoum governments in Addis Ababa are off again following South Sudan's seizure of the disputed oil town of Heglig on 10 April, which points to sharply escalating tensions. On behalf of the African Union, the former presidents of South Africa and Burundi, Thabo Mbeki and Pierre Buyoya, have been trying unsuccessfully to strike a compromise.

Liberia Goes to the Polls Today

Liberia stands on the portal of another crucial political era and the citizens are the ultimate arbiter and finisher of what is to come. The D-Day is today, October 11, the time set aside by the Constitution of Liberia for Liberians to either renew the democratic mandate of an incumbent leadership or bring into state governance a new breed of national leaders.

Senegalese-Born Man Stands for French Presidency

A Senegalese-born French politician has offered himself as a candidate for France's Socialist Party in a bid to become the country's first black President.

Fox News Website Calls Obama’s Birthday Party a ‘Hip-Hop BBQ’

On Thursday, a Fox News opinion website called Fox Nation aggregated a "Playbook" column by Politico's Mike Allen about President Barack Obama's 50th birthday party, changing Allen's typically long headline with this: 'Obama's Hip-Hop BBQ Didn't Create Jobs'

ANC Youth League Face Uphill Battle

The African National Congress (ANC) Youth League’s very public adoption of policies on mine nationalisation and land redistribution last week is an attempt to win friends in the coming battle to unseat ANC president Jacob Zuma.

Both Parties Have Failed Jamaica

For around 70 years, including nearly half a century as an independent country, Jamaica has been in the capture of two gangs. Officially, they...