Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
African American family kicked off JetBlue flight over birthday cake
An African American family has been kicked off a JetBlue flight for carrying a birthday cake that flight crew said posed a “safety risk.”
African-Americans more likely to be wrongfully convicted
African-Americans are far more likely to be wrongfully convicted of crimes such as murder, assault and illegal drug activity than whites due to factors including racial bias and official misconduct, a study released on Tuesday said.
Militants in Central African Republic executed 32 civilians in December: HRW
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has revealed details of the execution of at least 32 civilians by an armed group in the lawless heart of the Central African Republic late last year.
Morocco joins African Union years after rift over Western Sahara
The African Union admitted Morocco as a member on Tuesday, more than three decades after Rabat withdrew from the bloc's predecessor over a row about the status of Western Sahara.
Morocco rejoins African Union after 33 years of absence
The African Union has readmitted Morocco into the bloc 33 years after its withdrawal over the still existing Western Sahara dispute.
UN chief commends African countries for accepting refugees
The UN Secretary General commended African countries for opening their borders to refugees and people fleeing violence while other parts of the world, including the developed West, close boundaries and build walls.
African bond issuance slumps to six-year low
Sovereign bond issuance by African countries plunged to its lowest level since 2010 last year as skittish investors pushed up yields and balked at much of the proposed new borrowing.
Conservation practices may leave indigenous African populations behind
Conservation and logging groups in Central and West Africa are failing to fully incorporate local concerns into management, marginalizing the livelihoods of the local population, according to Nathan Clay, PhD candidate in geography, Pennsylvania State, the US.
Central African Republic needs humanitarian aid: UN
Almost half of the Central African Republic’s population of over four million people are in dire need of humanitarian aid, says the United Nations.
UN: Severe southern African drought to worsen
The impact of the most severe drought to hit southern Africa in 35 years is expected to worsen in the coming months, a UN climate envoy warned.
Women’s full participation vital for  African sustainable development
In some parts of the world, the proverbial glass ceiling is shattering. As Theresa May and, most likely, Hillary Clinton join Angela Merkel at the leadership of three major world powers, women’s leadership in politics is on the ascent.
HIV/AIDS still top killer of African adolescents
HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death among Africans aged between 10 and 19, UNICEF chief Anthony Lake said at the start of a major international conference on the virus.
African American man shot dead by police
An African American man has been shot and killed by police amid massive protests over the killings of two other black men in the US this week.
African Americans ‘scapegoats’ for social, economic problems: Jackson
African American communities in the US are increasingly falling victim to violence and discrimination, says prominent black activist Reverend Jesse Jackson, adding that the country is now in an "anti-black mood."
African growers threaten Dutch flower power
The Netherlands is fighting to retain its crown as the world's top auction house for flowers as growers in Africa and elsewhere increasingly sell directly to buyers.

Page Generated in 2/9714 sec