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Nigerian Students Killed in Suicide Bomb Attack

Boko Haram, the Islamist militants who still have not returned the missing girls they abducted have struck again. This time the target was a boarding school for boys – Government ...

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Admits Pushing Back on Being Labeled as Black

Novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has conquered the literary world with her tales seeped in human complexity and societal woes. She has already witnessed one of her books being converted into ...

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Boko Haram Declares Missing Nigerian Girls “Married Off”

The Nigerian schoolgirls who were tragically abducted from their boarding school in April will not be coming home anytime soon – at least according to Abubakar Shekau, the leader of ...

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Reported Ebola Cases Increase to 13,703, WHO reports

Although, the number of new Ebola cases appear to be dropping in Liberia, the epidemic is far from over. World Health Organisation (WHO) is now reporting the number of reported ...

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Nigeria and Boko Haram Reportedly 'Agree to Ceasefire and Girls' Release'

A cease-fire has reportedly been reached between the Nigerian government and the notorious Islamic militant group Boko Haram, according to a number of sources. Details are still emerging, but BBC has reported, “Nigeria’s military ...

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South Africans Battle to Overturn Apartheid Evictions and Reclaim Their Land

Apartheid was not only a dark period for South Africa, but for the whole world as nations debated and decided how to handle the injustice and whether to economically divest ...

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Nigerian Students Killed in Suicide Bomb Attack

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Boko Haram, the Islamist militants who still have not returned the missing girls they abducted have struck again. This time the target was a boarding school for boys – Government Science College in Potiskum, Nigeria. About 48 students were killed and 79 injured when a...

Boko Haram Declares Missing Nigerian Girls “Married Off”

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The Nigerian schoolgirls who were tragically abducted from their boarding school in April will not be coming home anytime soon – at least according to Abubakar Shekau, the leader of Boko Haram, the Islamist terrorist cell responsible for the kidnappings and other violent activity throughout...

South Africans Battle to Overturn Apartheid Evictions and Reclaim Their Land

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Apartheid was not only a dark period for South Africa, but for the whole world as nations debated and decided how to handle the injustice and whether to economically divest from the country. Apartheid was introduced in 1948 by the Afrikaner-led National Party government. During...

West Africa’s Ebola Death Toll Nears 3,000, Says WHO

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On Thursday, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the Ebola death toll continues to rise killing more than 2,9000 individuals. The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has reached 2,917. While in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone 2,909 people have died. At last 6,242 Ebola cases...

Chad to Become the 37th African Country To Seek Ban On Homosexuality

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While on American soil many states are making same-sex marriages legal, across the pond it is quiet the opposite. Chad is set to become the 37th country to outlaw homosexuality in Africa. Government officials have voted to make same-sex relations a crime carrying a punishment of...