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Trade Issues With EU Top Agenda for Nairobi Meeting

Kenya is hosting a conference on Tuesday that brings together 79 developing nations to discuss trade and economic concerns with the European Union. During the four-day meeting, African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries are expected to discuss market access of agricultural commodities to Europe. In particular, ACP countries are looking to protect preferential treatment for […]

A newborn boy was discovered in a Paris airport toilet on Friday by a shocked cleaning lady, but his mother was nowhere to be found. It’s just the most recent case of an abandoned baby in France. A cleaning lady stumbled upon a living newborn baby on Friday that was half swaddled in discarded paper […]

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When one looks and listens to business, political and cultural leaders, we are most likely to see and hear speeches of African people that not only reinforce white supremacy but are rooted in European thinking. Our present orientation is not necessarily rooted in African thought, culture and heritage. This was prophesied by a young Black […]

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East African partner states want more time to complete adjustment processes ahead of the elimination of European Union sugar quotas scheduled for 2017. In a report on the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP)-EU joint parliamentary assembly meeting in Mauritius held from February 12-14, MPs cautioned that abolition of sugar quotas could lead […]

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Why are many African women abroad now seriously looking for husbands or serious partners? Why are they single in the first place? What kind of men are they looking for? How do they feel being single?  To understand and unlock these and other puzzling questions, Emmanuel Sarpong Owusu-Ansah, a lecturer and an investigative journalist in […]

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