Whose Children are these? Senegal Says ‘Not Mine’
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Whose Children are these? Senegal Says ‘Not Mine’

Special to the NNPA from the Global Information Network Mar. 5 (GIN) – After a…

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Resentment Grows in Chad after 26 Die Fighting in Mali’s Far North
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Resentment Grows in Chad after 26 Die Fighting in Mali’s Far North

Special to the NNPA from the Global Information Network Mar. 5 (GIN) – Bombardments of…

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Kenyan Mantle Could Pass from Father to Son
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Kenyan Mantle Could Pass from Father to Son

Special to the NNPA from the Global Information Network Uhuru Kenyatta Mar. 5 (GIN) –…

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China Prepares to Become the World’s Largest Economy
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China Prepares to Become the World’s Largest Economy

China Prepares to Become the World’s Largest Economy by George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief (LAST…

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China in Denial about its Race Problem
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China in Denial about its Race Problem

Julia Wilson discusses recent changes in China with Jiang Haishan, vice president of the China…

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Life in China: From Fusion Cuisine to Live Snakes
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Life in China: From Fusion Cuisine to Live Snakes

Cars and Bikes Share the Roads in China. (Photo by Ann Ragland/NNPA)  by George E.…

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China Emerges from Shadow of the U.S.
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China Emerges from Shadow of the U.S.

With 1.3 billion people in China, residents in urban areas live in high-rise apartments similar…

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Zimbabwe president announces referendum date
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Zimbabwe president announces referendum date

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe issued an official proclamation on Friday setting…

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Israel violated ‘laws of war’ in Gaza, says Human Rights Watch
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Israel violated ‘laws of war’ in Gaza, says Human Rights Watch

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Human Rights Watch said Israeli airstrikes during the most recent Gaza Strip conflict…

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Mali slavery problem persists after French invasion
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Mali slavery problem persists after French invasion

TOYA, Mali — The insurgents who have fled from invading French troops in Mali have…

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