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AU-UN Mission Deeply Concerned Over Violence in North Darfur

The United Nations-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur today voiced its deep concern over recent violence and attacks on civilians in and around the...

Liberia’s Economic Gains Not Reaching the Poor

Despite Liberia's significant gains over the last decade, the benefits of the growth have not reached the country's poorest and most vulnerable citizens, says...

Renewed Fighting in Libya Worries UN

A top United Nations envoy has voiced his concern over renewed fighting in Libya across several localities that has led to a number of...

A New Low: Jesse Jackson Likens Gay Marriage Push To Slavery...

AFRICANGLOBE - The Rev. Jesse Jackson on Thursday praised President Obama's decision to support gay marriage, comparing the battle for such unions to the fight against slavery and anti-miscegenation laws intended to keep Blacks and other ethnicities from mingling and marrying with Whites.

Rwanda's Gov't Welcomes U.S. Investment Pact

The Permanent Secretary in Rwanda's Ministry of Trade and Industry, Emmanuel Hategeka, has welcomed the approval of the U.S. bilateral treaty, saying that it will play a significant role in the economic development of the country.

Zimbabwe Moves Up Global Competetiveness List

Zimbabwe has moved six places up on the WEF Global Competitiveness Report 2011 to 2012 in response to improvements in the assessment of public institutions, ethics and corruption, and efficiency of the Government.