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At Least 13,500 Americans Abroad Need Help Getting Home, State Dept. Says Click Here to Open in a New Window
About 5,700 U.S. citizens and legal residents have already returned with the government’s assistance, and flights scheduled this week could help another 1,600.
Finding an Aesthetic in the ‘Year of Africa’ Click Here to Open in a New Window
17 African countries declared independence in 1960. Archival photographs capture the mood of the period 60 years later.
Blind Student’s Violent Treatment at Oxford Debate Prompts Resignations Click Here to Open in a New Window
Ebenezer Azamati, a postgraduate student from Ghana, was violently removed from an event at the Oxford Union, a prominent British debating society.
‘A New Message’: Russia Trains Its Propaganda Machine on Africa Click Here to Open in a New Window
Many of the players who drove Moscow’s campaign for influence in the West are now backing Putin’s African charm offensive.
In Ghana, Free High School Brings Opportunity and Grumbling Click Here to Open in a New Window
The tumultuous rollout of a new government program to provide tuition-free high school for all has left students going to school in shifts, and parents paying for tutors.
Millennials ‘Make Farming Sexy’ in Africa, Where Tilling the Soil Once Meant Shame Click Here to Open in a New Window
In Africa, farming is widely considered a synonym for poverty. But university graduates have set out to prove that farming is a future with “bling.”
The Trip I Hope All African-Americans Can Take Click Here to Open in a New Window
I saw the sense of connection that Birthright nurtured in my Jewish friends and planned my own life-changing journey.
Widespread Testing Begins on Malaria Vaccine That Is Only Partly Effective Click Here to Open in a New Window
Despite the vaccine’s drawbacks, the W.H.O. endorsed testing on 360,000 children, in an effort to lower death rates in Africa.
J.H. Kwabena Nketia, 97, Pre-eminent Scholar of African Music, Dies Click Here to Open in a New Window
Dr. Nketia, who had an international presence, documented, analyzed and championed traditional music of the continent until his final days.
A Quiet Revolution: More Women Seek Divorces in Conservative West Africa Click Here to Open in a New Window
Frustrated by their husbands’ inability to earn a living, and in a society where basic views on relationships have changed, women are asserting more control over their marriages.





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