A panel discussion entitled “Re-imagining Blackness: Afro-Americans in the Peace Corps,” which will highlight the experience of Afro-Americans in international service through the Peace Corps will take place at NYU on Feb. 6 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
The regional secretariat has been operating in Guyana from its inception but with a growing mandate of responsibilities in recent years, the widely held view is that the time has come for a complete review of the way it operates, ...
Russia has been the victim of five differentiated yet consecutive suicide bombings in highly populated major cities...because of the recent news of the ever-growing and threatening dangers associated with the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, the American news and ...
Tunisia's new constitution is being called “a revolution in itself” for its promises to women of gender equality and other rights.
The U.N. refugee agency is appealing to countries not to deport Somali asylum seekers
The largest opposition party in South Africa, the Democratic Alliance (DA), has announced that anti-apartheid activist Mamphela Ramphele will be their Presidential candidate for this year’s elections
Crusading BBC journalist Anne Waithera of Kenya, stricken by cancer, passed away this week at the youthful age of 39.
A huge shipment of cocaine that customs and border patrol agents found in Norfolk, Virginia this month has sent more than 50 Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and other federal agents scampering to the South Caribbean island of Trinidad.
A man from Flushing, Queens plans to row from the Canary Islands to Brooklyn with only his internet connection to update the world on his travels. However, his real goal is to bring awareness to a devasting illness.
The New York Coalition of 100 Black Women supports children’s causes both here in the United States and internationally
The Second International People’s Tribunal will be held at Columbia University Law School
That crazy group ironically called “FAIR” has already gone into overdrive ever since the announcement that a Republican set of immigration “principles” will be floated to the House GOP caucus
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, in collaboration with the United Nations World Tourism Organization, will stage a two-day high-level tourism conference
The government of Barbados is going ahead with the retrenchment of more than 3,000 civil servants this year
Four years ago, when a 7.0 magnitude earthquake damaged Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, many countries, including the United States, pledged large sums of money to assist with rescue, recovery and reconstruction efforts