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The Attica Rebellion and the Meaning of George Jackson and the Revolutionary Prison Movement...

Note: This address was delivered at a Workers World Party (WWP) campaign meeting held on Saturday September 10, 2016 in Detroit. Other speakers included...
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Forest fires devastate 60 hectares at Burundi national park

The agency quoted administration officials in Bubanza western province as saying that reasons behind setting fire on forests reserves in the east African nation...
VAT

Introduction of VAT hurts business at Tanzania’s leading port

Deusdedit Kakoko, TPA Director General, said the port was now trying to lure back traders, especially from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) who...

Obama, Putin and Erdogan to meet on the of G-20 summit sidelines

Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes said the meeting between Obama and Erdogan will occur on the sidelines of the summit. The leaders are...
South African President Jacob Zuma (Front) responds to parliamentary questions in Cape Town, South Africa, on Nov. 19, 2015. South Africa engages with all the role players in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict with concerns over the future of Palestine, President Jacob Zuma said during his responding to a parliamentary question about the signing of an agreement between the leadership of Hamas and South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) party in October. (Xinhua/Elmond Jiyane)

Johannesburg and South Africa Change Hands

Newly elected Mayor Herman Mashaba is a member of the ANC's chief rival, Democratic Alliance. Mashaba's win comes after the ANC lost the country's...
The University of Bern is investigating the sediment history of a number of lakes

Philippine Police probes close to 900 drug-related killings

"As of July 1 to August 15, we have a total of 899 deaths under investigation," National Police chief General Ronal Dela Rosa told...
A person walks in a flooded street in the town of Guasdualito, Apure state, Venezuela, on July 7, 2015. According to local press, more than 9,000 families were affected by the floods caused by the overflowing of the rivers Arauca and Sarare. (Xinhua/Str) (jp)

Burkina Faso leader seeking “lasting solutions” to floods problem

"It will not just be about repairing infrastructures in a hurry. We will have to find lasting solutions to the problem of drainage system,"...
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Jaway Junction and Newtown roads reconstruction underway

Mr Nafiu Mohamed, Dozer Operator of Menphils Metropolitan Limited, a civil engineering firm, told the GNA that the rehabilitation work is expected to be...
Russia

Turkish and Russian presidents meeting raise eyebrows

The leaders are expected to discuss Syria and other subjects in a highly symbolic meeting that will likely make western governments nervous, because it's...
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Read More To Enhance Your Knowledge Base – Beatrice Addo

The Proprietress of Platinum Montessori Schools Mrs. Beatrice Addo gave this advice during the school’s 5th Graduation Speech and Prize Giving Day...
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Report shows Australians lost billions on slot machines

The revelation, which came after an investigation in the Australian media, has prompted calls for the Victorian government to crack down on the electronic...
Namibia

New program creates over 2,000 jobs in Namibia

The program, launched by the labour ministry, required companies that employ more than 25 people to register whenever there are job vacancies. ...
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Captaincy Row In Black Stars Is Meaningless – Ayew’s spokesperson

There has been rumours of a rift between the black star duo of Captain Asamoah Gyan and his deputy captain Andre Dede Ayew over...

Pokemon Go Release Pushed Up Nintendo Shares to 50%

Shares in the Japanese company Nintendo have seen a stellar rise since the release of their augmented reality game Pokemon Go, gaining more...
cocoa

Youth encouraged to pursue cocoa farming

He advised the youth in the communities who have travelled to the cities in search of non-existing greener pastures to come home and engaged...
Palestine Liberation

Palestinians approach int’l community to lift Israeli “attack” on Hebron

"We call upon international community institutions and legal orgazniations to intervene immediately to force Israel to lift its unjust siege on the governorate of...
Gold

Gold Heads Downward After Brexit Vote

Gold headed for the first back-to-back daily drop since the U.K.’s Brexit vote as investors turned their focus to a U.S. jobs report that’ll...
Togo and Ghana receiving more Ivorian refugees as crisis spreads

Ivory Coast wants its exiled people returned

"We urge our brothers and sisters who are living in sub-regional countries to return to the country. Peace has been restored and the country...
AFP © Getty Images/AFP/File / by Jennifer O'Mahony | Energy firms say Senegal and Mauritania's current oil and gas ventures will transform them into net exporters by 2020

Nigeria denies allocation of oil blocs

Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu made the clarification in southern city of Uyo at the South-South region Town Hall Meeting organized...
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Mahogany Consult takes part in PROI Global Summit 2016

The four day summit on the theme: “Engaging Content for the Masses”, held in Atlanta Georgia, US, witnessed the participation of more than 70...

UN official says different actors will be pulled in to solve worst crisis

Referring to growing frustration about the inefficacy of the world in solving the humanitarian crisis, he stressed that "We need to mobilize the good...
Iraq

UN appeals for calm after Baghdad Green Zone Breach

"What happened on Friday shows how events could take a different turn and escalate, causing casualties," UN envoy to Iraq Jan Kubis said in...
emerging economies

Net capital flows to emerging economies slowed since 2010

In the analytical chapters of its biannual World Economic Outlook report, the IMF said weaker inflows and stronger outflows have slowed down net capital...
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Ghana immigration justifies deportation of three South Africans

According to the Service, the three were not truthful in the declaration of their mission in the West African country. Major Ahmed...
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Zimbabwe government eases power shortage through passive state

"Consumption from industry has come down a lot. It has come down by half -- an equivalent of 180 megawatts (MW)," ZESA spokesperson Fullard...
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Rolling stones group to stage a huge return in Mexico

The legendary band, which consisted of Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica), Keith Richards (guitar), Ronnie Wood (guitar), and Charlie Watts (bass), arrived in Mexico...

Actress Ibinabo Fiberesima Reported Sick

The personal assistant to embattled Nollywood actress, Ibinabo Fiberesima has raised an alarm over the health status of her boss after the latter bagged...
oil

US rig sum falls to a record low 1999

Baker Hughes, one of the world's largest oil field services companies, said the number of oil rigs fell by six to 386 last week,...
Car

Ghana’s Automobile Industry in slow growth since 2012

GHANA’S automobile industry has steadily been contracting since 2012, statistics from the industry has shown. The industry recorded total unit sales of 8,201 in 2015,...
Survivor students prepare to leave for home in Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. A total of 663 survivors from a Kenyan university attack left Garissa town for their homes Saturday. The survivors, including 50 school staff, were aboard 13 bus. They were departing after camping for two days. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)

Kenyan Varsity outlines events to mark 1st anniversary after terror attacks

The attack was termed as one of the worst attacks that saw Somalia-based terror group storm the institution and massacre the students after engaging...