n April 14, 2014, 276 girls, ages 16-18, were kidnapped from their school by Boko Haram insurgents in Chibok, Nigeria.
Now that the euphoria surrounding President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Cuba has subsided, the question was raised, Why did Obama really go to Cuba?
Candle lighting, a minute of silence, the laying of wreaths and other memorial ceremonies will be held this week when Rwanda recalls the genocide in 1994 that took 800,000 lives.
Liberia is working on their education system with help from the U.S.
South Africans are rising up against the outsized influence of corporate entities and wealthy individuals allegedly doling out contracts and jobs within the ANC
Tech hubs and incubators in Africa are expected to number close to 300 by year’s end, and in some surprising locations.
During a Washington D.C. press conference in early February, three human rights activists, who are also members of the United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent panel, suggested that Congress pass the Commission to Study Reparation ...
The U.S. will do whatever it can to help Belgium bring to justice those responsible for Tuesday's terror attacks, President Barack Obama declared Tuesday.
It was surreal when the plane touched down and my sneakers touched the tarmac. My senses were excited with the rush of emotion and overwhelmed with the newfound heat.
Even with a $5 million prize, the search to find an effective African leader is still a challenge.
Hotel developers are eyeing the Karura Forest as the building ground for a new five-star hotel.
Ghana is planning to eliminate English as the primary language in schools and focus on their native tongue.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe puts an end to foreign diamond exploiters.
As Africa continues to shake off the shackles of Arab and European colonialism, another step was recently taken in that direction.
Robert Mugabe, the world’s oldest president, turned 92 this week without a clear successor. His wife, Grace, however, is grooming herself for the job.