Foreign Office issues warning to UK citizens days after similar threat was revealed in Libya British government agencies have appeared to be on heightened alert since an attack on Algeria’s In Amenas gas complex, pictured. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images British citizens… Read More ›
The USA has a new president but an old problem – and nothing typifies it like today’s Ku Klux Klan. The photographer Anthony Karen gained unprecedented access to the ‘Invisible Empire’ Words by Leonard Doyle
By Daniel Howden in Harare Monday, 22 December 2008 AFP/GETTY The crackdown by Zimbabwean forces is aimed at stopping information-gathering about the government.
Robert H. Serry, Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process addresses Security Council
Khadkan ka daawo, Todobaadka iyo Afrika: France 24 | No impunity in Rwanda | France 24
Mr Obama takes office on 20 January US President-elect Barack Obama has promised to invest in infrastructure on a scale not seen since the 1950s, when the US highway system was established.
Two hundred million people in Africa are aged 15-24 years old. This group makes up 20 percent of the region’s population.
Bin Laden disciples are in control By James Murray
A tour of the new home for the Obamas By Leonard Doyle in Washington Tuesday, 11 November 2008 Rex Features George Bush and Barack Obama in the Oval Office
US President-elect Barack Obama would never have become the British Prime Minister because of “institutional racism” in the Labour Party, the head of Britain’s equality watchdog has claimed.
Amid the excitement and frenzy of election night, one man stayed calm and collected – the next president. Rupert Cornwell reports on a historic night and examines the huge challenges facing Barack Obama
PRESIDENT BARAKA HUSSEIN AW-BAMA IS THE CHOSEN ONE….HE IS THE ONE….!!!!
ScienceDaily (Oct. 31, 2008) — More than 35 million people in Bangladesh, around a quarter of its population, face acute poverty and hunger. Dowry payments of more than 200 times the daily wage and costly medical expenses are major causes… Read More ›
US Democratic presidential candiate Senator Barack Obama, left, stands with Reverend Jesse Jackson in 2007. Photograph: Jeff Haynes/AFP Jesse Jackson yesterday issued an extraordinary apology to Barack Obama after the civil rights leader was unwittingly recorded making what he said… Read More ›
· Pivotal moment moved to stadium holding 75,000 · McCain team claims rival will raise taxes if president Suzanne Goldenberg Washington The Guardian, Tuesday July 8, 2008 Barack Obama is aiming to open up the Democratic convention’s pivotal moment… Read More ›
The attack highlights the vulnerability of Nigeria’s oil infrastructure Nigerian militants have blown up an oil pipeline near US corporation Chevron’s Escravos oilfields, the Nigerian military says. Chevron said the attack prompted it to shut down onshore oil production…. Read More ›
By John Lichfield in Paris Thursday, 12 June 2008 Alamy Doctors were about to remove the man’s organs for transplant when his heart began to beat
Middle East editor Thursday June 12 2008 The Libyan leader, Muammar Gadafy, has reinforced his reputation for plain and provocative speaking by suggesting that Barack Obama is a black man with an “inferiority complex” and might behave “worse than whites”… Read More ›
He has roused black and young voters as never before, but he has to maintain the rest of the Democratic base Gary Younge The Guardian, Monday June 9 2008 The Brazilian president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, has a… Read More ›
Dalka Jabaan Haweenay ku noolayd Nin Gulucdiisa Dalka Jaban ayaa waxa lagu xidhay qof dumar ah oo ku noolayd guri nin leeyahay isaga oo an ogayn.