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New Libyan Leader Meets Obama and World Leaders in New York

New Libyan Leader Meets Obama and World Leaders in New York

  By The AfricaPaper New York—Interim Libyan leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil for the first time met with US President Barrack Obama since his rebel forces ended the 40 year rule of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi two months ago. The chairman of the National Transitional Council met with the US president this week on the sidelines of […]

Africa News Briefs

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SENEGAL – Court reconfirms election results Senegal’s Constitutional Court has released the final results for the West African country’s first round of presidential elections. The results read to journalists on Tuesday reconfirmed provisional results from last week that dealt President Abdoulaye Wade a significant blow. Senegal’s aging leader, who had boasted he would win the […]

Malawi Expels UK Diplomat

Malawi Expels UK Diplomat

Mabvuto Banda | Malawi Lilongwe — United Kingdom (UK) is reviewing its 47 years of bilateral relationship with Malawi after the southern African nation expelled its Commissioner over a leaked diplomatic cable that described President Bingu wa Mutharika as a dictator. “I have asked my officials, working closely with their colleagues elsewhere in government, to […]

Malawi Probes Madonna Over Failed School Project

Malawi Probes Madonna Over Failed School Project

Mabvuto Banda | Malawi In a race to help the poor in Africa, Madonna promised to build an academy for vulnerable girls, but break their hearts and left them in limbo. Lilongwe—The Malawi government is investigating US pop star, Madonna, for abruptly abandoning the construction of a multimillion dollar academy that was to benefit thousands […]

Africans also Find Justice in bin Laden’s Death

Africans also Find Justice in bin Laden’s Death

When Osama bin Laden declared war on America in 1999, he was a little known terrorist in America. But Africans already knew about him and his al-Qaeda group. They had already staged bomb attacks in Mali, Kenya, Tanzania, Somalia and Uganda. In the Twin Cities, when President Barack Obama announced that U.S. Special Forces had […]

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