It was reported Monday that a U.K. politician used the expression “nigger in the woodpile” during a meeting about Brexit.
Rwandans have marked the 23rd anniversary of Liberation Day, recalling the end of a genocidal war that took the lives of nearly 1 million men, women and children.
This season is one of accolades for some of Africa’s outstanding artists.
The widows of four Nigerian activists are entering their 22nd year of a long struggle for justice, and to hear them tell it, they’re in no way feeling tired.
A court in Suriname has recommended a prison sentence of 20 years for Suriname’s head of state, Desi Bouterse
The initials stand for Black Economic Empowerment, and the prospect thrilled many South Africans who had seen the wealth of their nation drained away during years of oppressive white rule.
Caribbean leaders head to the Eastern Caribbean spice isle of Grenada next week for their main annual summit
When The Nation magazine in a recent announcement assured those interested in taking its tours to Cuba that everything was all right, it spelled out President Trump’s new restrictions on the constitutional rights to travel to Cuba.
Airline industry and ministry officials attending Aviation Festival Africa and Airports Show Africa heard some good news and some not so good news.
Mo Tuccu, a British national from Eritrea, was visiting friends at Grenfell Tower with his wife Amal Ahmedin and 3-year-old daughter Amaya.
While all of the major airlines in the Caribbean are losing money and carrying debts totaling more than $50 million annually, a small upstart airline, now in its fourth year of operation, is moving to expand and open new routes.
The Committee to Mobilize Against Dictatorship in Haiti just organized a “Protest Hillary Clinton Resurrection” rally last week, at Medgar Evers College Graduation held at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
Sharp cuts in education aid to sub-Saharan African countries in the past six years have unraveled progress made in basic education, adult education and literacy programs.
Herman Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, former Robben Island prisoner, hero and icon of Namibia’s struggle for self-determination, died June 9. He was 93 years old.
Trinidad’s parliament has outlawed child marriages, with most of the 41 members of the Assembly voting to fix the legal age of matrimony at 18.