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Unpleasant surprise unveiled for West Africans in American—you're deported

Ghanaians who have overstayed their U.S. visas are facing a new Trump administration push to deport hundreds or thousands of Africans, including those from countries stricken by the Ebola epidemic in 2014.

Anti-racists call for unity in response to horrific attack

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has imposed a five-tier threat level and announced that yet another attack is likely.

Concert bombing victims: Eight-year-old girl among dead

An 8-year-old described as a "beautiful little girl" has been named as one of the 22 people killed in a vicious bomb attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday night.

Farmers reap 'bitter chocolate' as unrest rocks Ivory Coast

Troubles in the Ivory Coast have pushed the price of cocoa to its highest level in five years.

Ordered release of white farmers accused of murder of Black boy sparks riot

Two South African white farmers accused of causing the death of a 16-year-old accused of stealing sunflowers were granted bail and released, sparking a wave of protests that were met with police violence.

82 Chibok girls released in Boko Haram swap

Dozens of the kidnapped Chibok girls have been returned. Of the 276 girls originally snatched in April 2014, 113 are still held captive.

82 released Chibok schoolgirls arrive in Nigerian capital

The 82 Chibok schoolgirls released in a swap between terrorist group Boko Haram and the Nigerian government have arrived in the capital city of Abuja, the government said Sunday.

Gambian to head new peace and justice group

The former head of Greenpeace Africa took the opportunity of the climate march in Washington, D.C., last weekend to announce that Africans Rising for Justice, Peace and Dignity, a new Africa-wide social movement focused on climate change, will be officially ...

Student posts a photo of classmates on Craigslist and labels it 'slaves for sale'

A high school student in Florida has been suspended after taking a photo of two female classmates without their knowledge and posting it as an ad on Craigslist with the title: "two slaves for sale."

Protesters force concessions from the French

They had practically shut down the country for more than a month, protesting what they called a high level of abject neglect from France, the poor state of infrastructure and the widening disparities between the quality of life for whites ...

Doubts raised about highly praised malaria vaccine headed for Africa

With much fanfare, the world’s first injectable vaccine against malaria will be introduced in three countries, Ghana, Kenya and Malawi, starting in 2018.

Jamaican government apologizes to Rastafari community

Earlier this month, a leading Caribbean government took the highly unusual step of publicly apologizing to a section of the population for an atrocity authorities committed on the group when police killed eight of its members and injured several others ...

Tip leads anti-graft SWAT team to upscale Lagos pad and bundles of U.S. cash

Neatly bound bundles of fresh U.S. dollars, Nigerian naira and British pounds totaling more than $50 million were recovered by an anti-graft “swat team” in a raid at the Osborne Towers, a luxury building in an upscale section of Lagos.

Caribbean leaders brown-nose while Latin American leaders slam Trump

The disparity has always been huge in how Latin American leaders stand up for their diaspora versus their Caribbean counterparts. It’s almost like Jesus and the moneychangers.

France approves billion-dollar package for Guiana after protests

Authorities in Paris, France, have approved a billion-dollar package for its Overseas Department of French Guiana, ending weeks of crippling strikes, street protests and general unrest as locals came out vehemently with complaints of decades of rank neglect and discrimination ...

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