• Russia 2018: Venezuela President Maduro says Africa real´ World Cup winners

    Russia 2018: Venezuela President Maduro says Africa real´ World Cup winners

    Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro believes Africa and not France are the true winners of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. France beat Croatia 4-2 in Sunday´s final in Moscow, but with a team featuring number players of African heritage. “The French team seems like the African team, in reality Africa won, the African immigrants who […]

  • Yaounde: 85 year-old Biya wants a 7th term as massacres grow

    Yaounde: 85 year-old Biya wants a 7th term as massacres grow

    The U.S. State Department on Monday condemned the release of a video appearing to show soldiers in Cameroon killing a woman and infant, among others. As President Paul Biya, 85, prepares to run for a seventh term as president, foreign governments and human rights organizations are increasingly sounding the alarm on growing violence between French […]

  • Bullet Wounds and Little Aid for Southern Cameroonians Fleeing Conflict

    Bullet Wounds and Little Aid for Southern Cameroonians Fleeing Conflict

    Cameroonians fleeing an increasingly bloody separatist conflict have received little aid as humanitarian agencies struggle to access the area, the United Nations said Tuesday. More than 200,000 people have fled their homes in the volatile western regions since late last year, in addition to at least 21,000 who have fled into Nigeria, said the U.N. […]

  • Obama raps “Utter loss of shame in political leaders”

    Obama raps “Utter loss of shame in political leaders”

    Former US President Barrack Obama decries the “utter loss of shame” in political leaders in an apparent jab at his successor Donald Trump. He made the comments while delivering the 2018 Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Tuesday a day after Trump and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, held a summit in the […]

  • Britain’s May narrowly avoids customs union vote defeat

    Britain’s May narrowly avoids customs union vote defeat

    British Prime Minister Theresa May has narrowly avoided a defeat in parliament over post-Brexit customs arrangements, as she struggles to drum up support and unify her divided party around her strategy for separation from the European Union (EU). May won approval from the parliament by a margin of just six votes with 307-301 on Tuesday, […]

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