News Amazing Aerial Photos Of African Wildlife
Stuck in Botswana for several days after finishing a corporate assignment, photographer Zack Seckler decided that he couldn't waste the opportunity to see the majesty of Africa.
News US military aircraft hit in South Sudan
Gunfire hit 3 US military aircraft responding to the outbreak in violence in South Sudan, wounding 4 US service members and heavily damaging at least 1 of the aircraft. South Sudan blamed the attack on renegade troops in control of the breakaway regi
News American Troops Sent to South Sudan
In a White House letter to the leaders of the Senate and the House of Representatives, Obama said that although the troops were equipped for combat, they were sent only for the purpose of protecting U.S. citizens and property.
News Christian mob hunts down Muslims in Central African Republic
African peacekeepers fired into the air Thursday in Central African Republic's chaotic capital, trying to disperse a mob bent on hunting down and killing Muslims taking refuge in a church compound.
News Reagan Was Right on South Africa
Apartheid is an affront to human rights and human dignity. Normal and friendly relations cannot exist between the United States and South Africa until it becomes a dead policy. Americans are of one mind and one heart on this issue.
News South Africa In The Shadows
Daniel Greenfield at Frontpage.com
For Western liberals, Mandelas death provides them with permission to stop caring about South Africa. Having reduced South Africa to Mandela, his death permanently removes its existence from their minds.
J E Andreasen
News Charles Robertson: Africa's next boom
The past decade has seen slow and steady economic growth across the continent of Africa. But economist Charles Robertson has a bold thesis: Africa's about to boom. He talks through a few of the indicators -- from rising education levels to expanded g
Feature Article Pay Day Looms for Kenyas Oil Explorers James Stafford
Kenya will start pumping its first commercial oil next year and begin exporting in 2016, but this is just the opening salvo: new discoveries in recent months and fast-track new well development make Kenya
News Ethiopia sets sights on stars with space program
Ethiopia unveiled Friday, October 18, the first phase of a space exploration program, which includes East Africa's largest observatory designed to promote astronomy research in the region.
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