The West African nation Niger is under military rule following a coup in which President Mohamed Bazoum was overthrown The post Niger Coup: Every Thing We Know About The Military takeover In West Africa appeared first on NewsOne.
Days of violence in Sudan have resulted in the deaths of at least 180 people, with many more left wounded.
A Mexican arrest warrant wants Shanquella Robinson's "friend" extradited over the death in Cabo. Will that happen? Here's what the law says. The post Will Shanquella Robinson’s ‘Friend’ Be Extradited From U.S. To Mexico For Femicide Arrest Warrant? appeared first on NewsOne.
Workers in Twitter's office in Ghana said they feel "insulted, discriminated against" and "disrespected" at the abrupt way they were laid off without severance pay. The post Laid-Off Twitter Africa Staff Feel ‘Discriminated Against’ Amid Suspicions Labor Laws Were Broken appeared first on NewsOne.
As many as 500,000 people had died as a result of war-related violence and famine by late 2022. The post Two Years After Devastating Conflict Began Parties Reach Pause In Ethiopia-Tigray War appeared first on NewsOne.
As we've seen in the U.S., defeating a far-right leader is only one step to combatting the global pull toward fascism. Brazil took a decisive step in the right direction Sunday. The post Lula Wins Brazilian Election With Overwhelming Support Of Black Voters appeared first on NewsOne.
Graphic video footage shows the deadly brutality African migrants faced while trying to cross the border from Morocco into Spain.
What if I told you that the first people to roam the lands of Australia were Black migrants who arrived on the continent almost 80,000 years ago. These people are known as the Australian Aboriginal peoples.
Researchers are discovering new information about the earliest inhabitants of Ireland and some data suggests that the first settlers were Black people with blue eyes.