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Ethiopia Blocks Refugees from Fleeing to Sudan

Ethiopian forces are blocking people from fleeing the Tigray region and crossing the border into Sudan, according to Sudanese forces.

Namibian Politician Named After Adolf Hitler Wins Election

A Namibian politician named after Adolf Hitler has won a local election. Adolf Hitler Uunona won more than 85...

Son of Venezuelan President Running for Congress

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro's only son is campaigning for a seat in Venezuela's congress. According to The Washington Post,...

Nestlé, Cargill Asks Supreme Court to Toss Child Labor Case

The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday against Nestlé USA and Cargill, who have sued in connection with child labor allegations.

UN, Ethiopia Sign Tigray Relief Access Deal

The United Nations and the Ethiopian government have signed an agreement to allow "unimpeded" humanitarian access for areas under federal government control.

At least 110 Killed in Suspected Boko Haram Attack in Nigeria

At least 110 people have been killed in an attack against farmworkers in Nigeria over the weekend. The Jihadist...

Tigray Leader Implores Ethiopia’s PM to ‘Stop the Madness’

Tigray leaders have urged Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to "stop the madness" after the nation's military claimed to have taken control...

At Least 600 Civilians Killed in Northern Ethiopia

At least 600 civilians were killed during an attack in northern Ethiopia on November 9, according to a report by the Ethiopian...

Ethiopia Gives Tigray 72 Hours to Surrender

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has given Tigrayan forces a 72-hour deadline to surrender. Abiy posted a statement to...

Nigeria Official Threatens US News Network with Legal Action Over #EndSARS Coverage

A high-ranking Nigerian official has threatened to sanction a U.S. news network over its coverage of the #EndSARS protests in Lekki.

Uganda Protests Turns Deadly as Bobi Wine is Arrested Again

Ugandan presidential opposition candidate Bobi Wine was arrested yet again while campaigning in Eastern Uganda. Ugandan police have said...

Tigrayan Rebels: ‘Tigray will be the Graveyard of Dictators’

Tensions in Ethiopia continue to rise as Tigrayan rebels promised to turn the northern region into a "graveyard" for dictators.

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A research document being promoted by a law enforcement training group has sparked outrage for urging local police to treat Black Lives...

Bridging the Funding Gap for Black Women Business Owners

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Rev. Jesse Jackson Writes Dutch PM Urging Him to Ban ‘Racist Black Pete’ Tradition

Civil rights icon Reverend Jesse Jackson wrote a personal letter to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, calling for him to cancel the...

Ethiopia Blocks Refugees from Fleeing to Sudan

Ethiopian forces are blocking people from fleeing the Tigray region and crossing the border into Sudan, according to Sudanese forces.
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