A black media critic has launched a series of attacks on a trip to Morocco paid for by the government, implying the black press visitors were pawns.
The Girls Empowerment Network Malawi will be joining the One Billion Rising for Justice global day of action for women worldwide.
Pope Francis named his first batch of cardinals, choosing 19 men from Asia, Africa, the Philippines and Latin America including the developing nations of Haiti and Burkina Faso.
Lawyers have filed suit against a London-based watchdog that claims that bribery helped score mining rights in Guinea and earn profits in the multi-billions.
A radiant French teenager whose mother hails from Benin was crowned Miss France on live TV, thrilling those who acknowledge the diverse population of the European nation.
U.N. officials and countries around the world take time to reflect on the limited successes and some shortfalls in human rights records worldwide.
By Diana Cariboni MONTEVIDEO (IPS)—Perhaps it’s a false contradiction. But, today there are many who stress the pacifist message with which South Africa’s Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) emerged from prison in 1990, while few put an emphasis on his rebellion against apartheid, including armed rebellion, which landed him in prison. Mandela was a political activist and […]