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Donors Gather to Rebuild Darfur
Serious donors gathered in Doha, Qatar, Sunday to raise billions for Sudan’s Darfur region, which h...


Commentary: Nelson Mandela: A Brilliant Life of Noble Conviction
Nelson Mandela, Nobel Peace Prize recipient and former president of South Africa, was a study in li...


Valarie McCall Is Creating Relationships and Opportunities for the City of Cleveland
Valarie McCall is chief of government and international affairs for the city....


Tax Evasion Robbing Africa of Billions
A report from Swedish international development agency Forum Syd says that the tax evasion of multi...


Former Officer Calls Out Racism at the World Bank
A recent article by a former World Bank officer reveals a rarely heard inside perspective on just h...


Haiti Plans $266 Million Resort to Woo Tourists
The government hopes to have the picturesque Cotes-de-Fer to become the country's biggest tourism d...


Liberian Doctors to Receive Experimental Ebola Drug
Some critics claim that more Africans should be given access to the treatment....


Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY)
Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY) bio....


Nigeria tailor-makes a yam-packed 'Sesame Street'
Nigeria tailor-makes a yam-packed 'Sesame Street'...


Global Fund Announces New Anti-Corruption Measures
GENEVA (AP) -- A $21.7 billion global health fund and the U.N.'s main development arm launched new ...


Haiti: A Year After the Quake, Waiting to Rebuild
Slow recovery marks anniversary of Haiti disaster....


UN Chief Warns of Increasing Darfur Threats
UN Chief Warns of Increasing Darfur Threats...


US Sets New Policy to Nudge Sudan Toward Peace
US sets new policy to nudge Sudan toward peace....


Rwandan Politicians Given Life Sentences for Genocide
Two former Rwandan politicians, Mathieu Ngirumpatse, 72, and Edouard Karemera, 60, charged with org...


Somalis Dying in World's Worst Famine in 20 Years
Tens of thousands of Somalis are feared dead in the world's worst famine in a generation, the U.N. ...


U.S. Teen Births Still More than W. Europe
While teen pregnancy rates continue to decline in the U.S., the nation still has higher numbers tha...


In His New Book, Marion Barry Says His Story Is One of Second Chances
After his 1990 incident of being videotaped with a woman smoking cocaine, the former DC mayor says ...


On the Record With ... Forest Whitaker
Oscar award-winning actor Forest Whitaker spends his time off-camera working to end violent conflic...


U.S. Funds Circumcision to Fight AIDS in Zimbabwe
HARARE, Zimbabwe – The U.S. ranks high on President Robert Mugabe's enemies list, but at grou...


Would-Be Haitian Contractors Miss Out on Aid
In a Port-au-Prince warehouse loaded with tarps, plywood, corrugated roofing, nails and other build...

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