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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Ivory Coast Deports Pan-African Activist, Kemi Seba, for Criticizing Use of Franc in Africa

First, Prof. PLO Lumumba was deported from Zambia, now Kemi Seba has been deported from Ivory Coast. African nations are

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Cyclone Idai Crisis Deepens as First Cases of Cholera Confirmed in Mozambique

Five people test positive for waterborne disease in flooded port city of Beira amid warnings outbreak will spread. The first

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Where Villages Once Stood, Mozambique Now Has an Inland Ocean

21/Mar/2019.- A week after Cyclone Idai hit coastal Mozambique and swept across the country to Zimbabwe, the death, damage and

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African Icon, Thomas Sankara’s Statue Unveiled in Burkina Faso

32 years after his murder, Captain Thomas Isidore Sankara whose name evokes memory, pride, pain and anger has been given

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Southern Africa Development Community Declares Support to Maduro

In a communique released yesterday, February 10, the South African Development Community comprised of 16 countries: Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Lesotho,

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Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution Embraces its African Roots (Interview)

Venezuela honors African and Diasporic political, cultural and economic traditions at its one-of-a-kind Center of African, American, and Caribbean Wisdoms. 

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Trump’s African Pivot: Another Swipe at China

by Kenneth Surin This week the Trump administration unveiled a “new” strategy for Africa, designed to counter China’s growing influence

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China Rejects US Statements on their Cooperation with Africa

Caracas, December 14, 2018. – The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China, Lu Kang, rejected the statements

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