Dozens of Sudanese Officers “Arrested for Refusing to Use Violence Against Protesters”

Security source tells MEE that reports that the men had been detained for attempting to carry out a coup are

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Cuban Doctors Praised for Their Work in Post-Cyclone Mozambique

Cuban doctors are being praised for their work in cyclone-torn Mozambique which killed more than 400 and infected thousands of

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South Africa Elections: African National Congress (ANC) Maintains Majority

Ruling party has been the dominant political force for a quarter century. By Abayomi Azikiwe South Africans voted overwhelmingly on

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Interview with the Sudanese Communist Party: “Wrench the Power From the Hands of the Military”

Liberation News interviewed Fathi AlFadl, Secretary for Information and member of the Central Committee of the Sudanese Communist Party (SCP)

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98.3% of Ghana’s Gold Remains in the Hands of Multinational Corporations

The disproportionate focus on corruption of national leaders distracts from the systemic theft of national wealth by multinational corporations by

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South Africa’s ANC Celebrates Election Win with Street Party

Thousands of supporters of South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC) took to the streets of downtown Johannesburg on Sunday to

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UN Calls for Humanitarian Corridors to Allow Exit of Civilians From the Fighting Area in Tripoli

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, called for an immediate ceasefire in Libya and the establishment of

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South Africa Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Freedom Day

Freedom Day commemorates the millions of South Africans who made history electing Nelson Mandela during the country’s first democratic polls

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Cuban Doctors Assist Victims of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique (Images)

The Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade was founded in Cuba to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which affected New

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Sudan’s Intelligence Chief Quits, Protesters Keep up Pressure

“The second has fallen!” people chanted in the streets overnight as car horns tootled and mobile phones lit up in

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Protests in Mali Condemn Violence and Ethnic Cleansing

“The Malian people came out today as one man, to say no to violence and no to ethnic cleansing,” a

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South Africa: Umuntu ungumuntu ngabantu

Abahlali have noted the attacks on people born in other counties during these past few days with great sadness. The

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Sudan Suffers Total Power Blackout: Ministry of Electricity

The African nation of Sudan is reporting countrywide blackouts as technicians work vigorously to restore power.  Sudan suffered a total power blackout

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Zimbabwe: Gov’t Says Millions Needed to Recover, Crops Damaged

The United Nations described Cyclone Idai as “one of the worst weather-related catastrophes in the history of Africa.” According to

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People of Namibia Show Their Support for Venezuela in Solidarity Assembly

An assembly of solidarity with the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela was held on Thursday at the national headquarters of the

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