U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said that paying reparations to Caribbean islands for Britain’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade is not a good way to “move on.”
To the ordinary eye, it looks like an empty desert, but from this spit of endless sand is rising the largest photovoltaic solar project in the Middle East.
A newly released study has found that trees covering an area twice the size of Maine were cut down worldwide in 2014. But the biggest threat to forests is looming over West Africa.
Saving the rhinos was probably the farthest thing from the imaginations of Collet Ngobeni and Felicia Mogakane when they were making their career choices.
The head of a group appointed by Caribbean leaders to force Britain and other European countries to compensate the region for the horrors of the transatlantic slave trade wants British Prime Minister David Cameron to own up to the genocide ...
The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has launched Restaurant Week on the island of St. Croix, the event running from Wednesday, Oct. 28 to Sunday, Nov. 8.
Call it poker, chess or political arm wrestling.
A day after a deadly crush killed 717 people during the Hajj in Saudi Arabia, a critical question remained Friday: What caused the chaotic stampede?
South Africa has beautiful beaches and some of the world's best surf, but during apartheid segregatory laws were used to bar nonwhites from parks, swimming pools, libraries, public transportation -- as well as beaches
Once surrounding castles of old, a moat stretching 100 miles is being dug by Tunisia against alleged terror threats from nearby Libya.
In a ceremony attended by thousands of Kenyans, statues dedicated to the victims of torture and ill-treatment by British colonialists were unveiled this past weekend at Uhuru Park’s Freedom Corner in Nairobi.
Cleveland-based anti-violence activist, author, motivational speaker and philanthropist Yvonne Pointer took an amazing step by opening a school in Ghana, Africa, in honor of her daughter.
The trial of Chad’s ex-President Hissene Habre, faced continuous disruptions by the accused mass murderer, who tried to drown out a reading of his alleged crimes against humanity by the court clerk.
Some 38 teenage girls, chosen to take part in Swaziland’s traditional reed dance festival, were killed instantly when the flatbed truck on which they were riding crashed into another vehicle.
Former Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo is named as a culpable party in the 1999 kidnapping and presumed murder of Franz Britton, aka Collie Wills.