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Blacks are in the minority of students studying abroad, but before you take the leap, know what you're getting into.
One man’s revolutionary response to the fierce urgency of now
The Chinese government is offering scholarships for Black students to study abroad.
In light of U.S. travel warnings, BET.com created a list of ways to remain safe abroad.
According to data compiled by Hong Kong-based Ghanaian academic Adams Bodomo, payments from Africans living abroad sent to family back on the continent beat traditional foreign aid payments by nearly $10 billion.
Karamba Diaby, a Senegalese-born German citizen, is running to become Germany's first Black member of Parliament.
Twenty years after their nation's first all-race presidential vote, South Africans will head to the ballots on Wednesday, May 7, to elect a new leader.
The report confirms long-held suspicions that Nepalese forces brought the illness to the nation last year.
In his 2014 State of the Union address, President Obama says the U.S. "is better-positioned for the 21st century than any other nation on Earth."
The World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Socks reveals the scarcity of African-Americans in Major League Baseball.