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South Africa May Face Electricity Strike During World Cup
Workers for South African electricity giant Eskom are threatening to strike next week over wage demands—while the World Cup is still on.
June 30, 2010
Somaliland Vote Relatively Peaceful
Despite at least 5 deaths, the second presidential elections in Somaliland went off without "major incident."
Kenya Opens Pirate Court
A special court to try suspected pirates was opened in Kenya on Thursday.
June 24, 2010
African Tobacco Growers Threatened by WHO Anti-Smoking Treaty
As the health community increases to fight smoking, the ITGA is worried how it would impact the African ...
June 24, 2010
Libya Fails Amnesty’s Human Rights Survey
Amnesty International (AI) published a report on Wednesday detailing continued human rights abuses in Libya.
June 23, 2010
West African Food Crisis Looms
International nonprofits, Oxfam and Save the Children, have warning of a severe food crisis in West Africa this ...
Australian Mining Execs Feared Dead in Plane Crash
Six Australian executives from the mining company Sundance Resources Ltd. are believed dead.
A Talk with South African Princess Tsidii
She's passionate, dedicated, and captivating. Multi-award winning South African-born singer, Tsidii Le Loka puts her whole heart into ...
June 21, 2010
Nigeria: Education Crucial to Prevent More Lead Poisoning
Helping locals with the lead poisoning outbreak in Nigeria will involve a massive cleanup and education program.
June 21, 2010
Kenya Given $9.3 Million To Prosecute Pirates
Kenya and Seychelles will receive $9.3 million in donations to improve their criminal justice system.
June 17, 2010
Nelson Mandela’s Great Granddaughter Dies on Eve of the World Cup
Nelson Mandela's 13-year-old great-granddaughter, Zenani, died in a car accident on the eve of the FIFA World Cup.
June 11, 2010
Congo Renews Death Sentence for Norwegian Pair
A military court the Congo re-sentenced two Norwegian men to death for killing their driver and spying for ...
Policeman Injured in Pre-World Cup Stampede
hundreds of soccer fans rushed into a World Cup pre-game between Nigeria and North Korea on Saturday.
Somali Pirates ‘ Ship Freed By Authorities
Authorities from the autonomous Somali region Puntland, succeeded in freeing a ship captured by Somali pirates.
Congo Human Rights Leader, Bahizire, Found Dead
The body of human rights leader Floribert Chebeya Bahizire, was found on Wednesday.
Crew Regains Control of Ship as Rival Pirates Fight
The crew of a Libyan owned cargo vessel hijacked by Somali pirates managed to regain control of their ...
June 2, 2010
UN Pulls 2,000 Peace Keepers From Congo
The U.N. announced Friday that it is authorizing the withdrawal of 20 percent of its peacekeepers.
World Cup Opening Ceremony Singer Dies
South African opera singer Siphiwo Ntshebe died suddenly of meningitis on Wednesday.
May 27, 2010
Ethiopia Elections Under Contention
Th EU, the oppostion, and Human Rights watch all say the Ethiopian election of PM Zenawi was not ...
Ethiopia Opposition Claims Election Fraud
No violence was reported after polls closed in the fourth general elections in Ethiopia yesterday.
Six Somali Pirates Sentenced To Death In Yemen
Six Somali pirates, captured by Yemeni forces in April last year, were sentenced to death by a Yemen ...
May 19, 2010
JEM Clashes Intensify in Sudan
Violence is escalating between the Sudanese rebel group Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and Sudanese police.
Egypt and Sudan Say No to Nile Basin Agreement
Four east African countries signed an agreement that would allow for more equitable distribution of water.
ICC to Investigate Kenya Election Violence
The International Criminal Court will probe violence in Kenya, where more than 1,300 people were killed.
May 10, 2010
With Umaru Yar’Adua’s Funeral, Nigeria Swears in New President
Umaru Musa Yar'Adua passed away on Wednesday, and today thousands attended his funeral, alongside swearing in the new ...
May 6, 2010
Darfur Rebel Group Ends Peace Talks
One of Darfur's largest rebel groups ceased peace talks with the Sudanese government on Monday.
May 4, 2010
Somali Pirates Move Hijacked Ships After Siege
Three ships hijacked by Somali pirates were sailed up the coast after Islamist militants seized a pirate stronghold.
May 3, 2010
EXCLUSIVE: Capitol Police Officer Told Agents That Oath Keepers Shielded Him, Sealed FBI Record Shows
Joseph M. Hanneman
EXCLUSIVE: Former Employee Sues Miami-Dade County for Violating Rights of Religion, Free Speech
Universal Mail-In Voting Violates Delaware Constitution: Delaware Supreme Court
Uvalde School Board Suspends Entire School Police Department
Biden Admin Unveils Tough Restrictions on Semiconductor Exports to China
After Election Firm CEO’s Arrest, Republicans Push to Terminate Contract With Georgia County
Dan M. Berger
‘Recession and a Pay Cut’: RNC Blasts Slowing Job Growth, Sub-Zero Real Wages Under Biden
Biden’s Anti-Drilling Policies Have Cut Oil Supplies as Much as the OPEC+ Decision, Study Reveals
BlackRock and the Government Unite to Force Transition to Electric Vehicles
Former Proud Boys Official Pleads Guilty to Jan. 6-Related Seditious Conspiracy