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Nigerian elected first black female president of Harvard Law Review

Thecable – Nigerian student, Imelme Umana, who hails from Akwa Ibom state, has become the first black woman to be elected President of Harvard’s Law Review. The announcement was made

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New Asantefuohene and Asantefoohemaa of Washington Metro Area Sworn in

Afrikanpost -Saturday January 28th would be a day to remember in the history of the Asanteman Association of the Washington Metro Area as a new Asantefoohene and Asantefoohenmaa were sworn

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Trump Immigration Order Prompts Protests at Airports Across US

VOA News – President Donald Trump’s travel ban barring citizens of seven predominantly Muslim nations entry into the U.S. has sparked protests around the country. A look at what is

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Six Killed in Quebec City Mosque Shooting

VOA News – Gunmen attacked a mosque in Quebec City, Canada, late Sunday, killing six people and wounding eight others. A police spokeswoman said two suspects have been arrested, but

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‘Systemic corruption’ in Africa, watchdog says

Deutch Welle – Cape Verde is seen to have become cleaner, but Ghana more corrupt. Transparency International has just released its 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index. How have African countries moved

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Economy worse than we thought – Akufo-Addo

Citifmonline– Barely three weeks after taking over the reins of government, President Akufo-Addo has revealed a grim picture of the country’s economy saying it is in deeper crises than the


US Deports 90 Back Home to Somalia

VOA News – Ninety Somali immigrants who either ran afoul of U.S. law or had their asylum applications rejected have been deported to the Somali capital, Mogadishu, witnesses and officials

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Kenyan MP: ‘Deny sex to men who don’t register’

An MP has called on women in Opposition strongholds to withhold sex from men who have not registered as voters. Mombasa woman representative Mishi Mboko  urged women in the country

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Edusei Foundation Co-Sponsors Commemorative Book on US-Africa Relations

On Friday January 13th 2017 AMIP News, a Washington DC Based Media Group in collaboration with The Africa Society launched The United States and Africa Relations, a comprehensive and creative


Fate Surprises Homeless Boy For His Empathy And Kindness

A lot of well-off people look at poor people with mistrust. They assume that people asking for money on the streets are delinquents or thieves on the lookout for anything