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Family Of Imprisoned 'Hotel Rwanda' Hero Sues Rwandan Government

Paul Rusesabagina, praised globally for protecting scores of people in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, is accused of terrorist involvement.

Netherlands Bank Apologizes For Its Historic Role In Slavery

ABN Amro’s predecessors were major players in the global slave economy and became wealthy.

WHO Chief: World Treats Crises Affecting Blacks And Whites Differently

There’s a bias against Black lives as the world fails to treat ‘the human race the same way,‘ Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says.

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Is Seeking Africa Union Address

He’s reportedly courting support from African countries.

Hundreds Of Black Students Escape War In Ukraine, Canadian Group Says


Jamaica Reportedly Began Process Of Removing Queen Elizabeth II As Head Of State

Voices on the Caribbean island nation demand reparations for slavery from the U.K.

Prince William And Duchess Kate’s Visit To Jamaica Will Be Protested

Activists are demanding slavery reparations and for Queen Elizabeth to be removed as head of state.

3 Things To Know About Brittney Griner's Detention In Russia

She’s been in the country for weeks, but allegations of an illegal substance could keep her there despite many other athletes attempting to leave.

Former U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young Compares Russian Leader Vladimir Putin To Donald Trump

The former congressman, Atlanta mayor and Civil Rights icon called Putin one of the world’s “crazy, sick people,” as conflict in the Ukraine emerges.

Why The Dominican Republic Is Building A Wall At The Haitian Border

The two countries share an island but one is vastly poorer than the other, and the DR claims the wall will stop drug smuggling.

Haitian Prime Minister Involved In President’s Assassination, Judge And Investigators Say

Jovenel Moïse was killed last July in his home.