Black Lives Matter Co-Founder: The Immigration Challenge No One Is Talking About
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Black Lives Matter Co-Founder: The Immigration Challenge No One Is Talking About

[TIME.COM] Immigration is a hot issue this election season. Unfortunately, despite the attention that news…

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Have We Forgotten the Kidnapped School Girls in Nigeria?
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Have We Forgotten the Kidnapped School Girls in Nigeria?

By D. Kevin McNeir (From The Washington Informer, NNPA Member) It’s been two years, April…

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Rwandans Mull over Possibility of Third Kagame Term
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Rwandans Mull over Possibility of Third Kagame Term

By Sam P.K. Collins Special to the NNPA News Wire from AllEyesOnDC.com @SamPKCollins Millions of…

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Paris Attacks Were an ‘Act of War’ by ISIS, Hollande Says
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Paris Attacks Were an ‘Act of War’ by ISIS, Hollande Says

[NEW YORK TIMES] PARIS — President François Hollande on Saturday blamed the Islamic State for…

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Top Iran Leader Warns of ‘Harsh’ Measures Over Hajj Disaster
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Top Iran Leader Warns of ‘Harsh’ Measures Over Hajj Disaster

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s top leader on Wednesday warned Saudi Arabia of “harsh” measures…

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Letter from Africa: Ghana’s Fondness for Creative Language
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Letter from Africa: Ghana’s Fondness for Creative Language

In our series of letters from African journalists, Ghanaian writer Elizabeth Ohene ponders how creative…

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Guatemalans Deliberately Infected with STDs Sue Johns Hopkins University for $1bn
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Guatemalans Deliberately Infected with STDs Sue Johns Hopkins University for $1bn

Oliver Laughland, THE GUARDIAN     NEW YORK (The Guardian) – Nearly 800 plaintiffs have…

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Political, Legal Barriers Face Historic Colombia Peace Deal
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Political, Legal Barriers Face Historic Colombia Peace Deal

JOSHUA GOODMAN, Associated Press BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — A stunning diplomatic breakthrough leaves a minefield…

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After Attacks, Nigeria Bans Moving Vehicles and Animals
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After Attacks, Nigeria Bans Moving Vehicles and Animals

  MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — The Nigerian military has banned moving vehicles, bicycles, horses, donkeys…

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Wildlife Park in Rwanda Recovers 2 Decades After Genocide
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Wildlife Park in Rwanda Recovers 2 Decades After Genocide

CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA, Associated Press AKAGERA NATIONAL PARK, Rwanda (AP) — After Rwanda’s 1994 genocide, returning…

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