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Trump Reassures North Korea, But Threatens 'Total Decimation' Without A Deal
The president assured Kim Jong Un he can stay in power if he gives up his nuclear arsenal.
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Ted Cruz Staff, USAID Met With Group That Called Apartheid A 'So-Called' Injustice
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Leaders of AfriForum, an Afrikaner rights group, also posed for a picture with national security adviser John Bolton.
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Unique And Festive Mother’s Day Traditions From Around The World
Mother’s Day around the world can involve much more than just breakfast in bed. Here are some unique traditions from the United Kingdom, Japan, Ethiopia, Mexico and Nepal.
Dozens Dead After Torrential Rains Cause Dam To Burst In Kenya
By Thomas Mukoya, Reuters
The floodwaters swept away power lines, homes and buildings, including a primary school.
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There's Nothing 'Fair' About The New Rules For Women Track Athletes
Women's sports should be about the destruction of gender norms, not reinforcing them.
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For Openly Gay Actor-Singer Nakhane, Defiance Is Key To Survival
By Serena Chaudhry, Reuters
The South African artist says he came to terms with his sexuality five years ago.
PETA Ad Calls For Deporting 'Undesirable' Trophy Hunter Donald Trump Jr.
He's a "bad hombre," says animal rights organization.
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Fighter. Liberator. Ungovernable Woman. Mother Of A Nation. And A Wife Too.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s legacy may resonate even more in South Africa now than that of her husband, Nelson Mandela.
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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Anti-Apartheid Campaigner, Is Dead At 81
The South African activist spent decades standing up against racial segregation and discrimination.
Orphan Chimp In Viral Video Broke Rescue Pilot's Heart
"He should have been with his mom."
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Searching For A Motherland As A Black Latina
Maria V. Luna
I was looking for that mythical place where my blackness and Latinidad could peacefully coexist. This is what I found.
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In Rare LGBTQ Rights Win, Kenyan Court Rules Forced Anal Exams Illegal
By Nita Bhalla, Reuters
The "violating" tests have no medical merit, activists argued.
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Boko Haram Releases Over 100 Abducted Nigerian Schoolgirls
The girls had been kidnapped by the militant group a month ago.
The Last Male Northern White Rhino Just Died
Sudan, the last male northern white rhino is dead at the age of 45. Now, only two females remain on the planet.
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South Africa Hits Ex-President Zuma With Corruption Charges
Jacob Zuma, who was forced to resign last month, was charged with corruption over a $2.5 billion state arms deal.
Kenya Gambles On Dirty Energy With Its First Coal Plant
By Daniel Wesangula, On Assignment For HuffPost
"If it goes on, we might lose it all."
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This May Be The Last Photo Post About The Last Male Northern White Rhino
The northern white rhino inches closer to extinction.
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Kenya Awaits Ruling In Landmark Case To Legalize Gay Sex
By John Ndiso, Reuters
At present, persecution of LGBTQ people in the country is rife.
'Black Panther' Reminds Us Why Pan-African Unity Is Still Important
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Without recognizing our essential bond, black people across the globe remain unnecessarily fragmented.
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Nigeria And Jamaica Just Made Winter Olympics History
Bobsledders for both countries blazed a trail at Pyeongchang in 2018.
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From Zamunda To Wakanda: How 'Black Panther' Reimagined African Style
“Black Panther” is very much a mix of regional, ethnic and cultural customs. And that’s part of what makes it so brilliant.
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Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa's Great Negotiator, Elected President
By Alexander Winning, Reuters
Ramaphosa has fulfilled his long-held ambition to lead the country.
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Zuma Resigns: South Africa Loses Its Innocence
By Pieter du Toit, Editor-in-Chief, HuffPost South Africa
The South African president's departure marks the end of a term beset by corruption and poor governance.
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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma Resigns
The decision brings an end to his nine scandal-plagued years in power.
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What Trump's Budget Reveals About His Priorities
Hint: It's not social safety nets.
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Lions Kill And Eat Suspected Poacher
The lions "just left his head and some remains."
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