Web Toolbar by Wibiya
Login | Sign Up AnonymousUser
twiter
New to Comunitee?


or Sign Up with Email

World

>> AFRICA Latest News

5 HOURS AGO - Russia Today

A Must Read - Share

US lieutenant jailed for deserting Army, joining French Foreign Legion to fight in Africa

An American soldier who abandoned his army unit in 2009 to join the French Foreign Legion has been convicted of desertion and sentenced to four years in prison by the US military.

Tags: US lieutenant jailed for deserting Army, joining French Foreign Legion to fight in Africa,  Africa Latest News

5 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

A Must Read - Share

Ted Cruz Stretches The Truth On Cuba

The following post first appeared on FactCheck.org. Sen. Ted Cruz condemned President Obama’s announcement that he would normalize relations with Cuba, calling the communist country “a leading state sponsor of terrorism.” That’s a stretch, to say the least. It’s true that Cuba – along with Iran, Syria and Sudan — is listed by the State Department as one of four ...

Tags: Ted Cruz Stretches The Truth On Cuba,  Africa Latest News

7 HOURS AGO - The Guardian

A Must Read - Share

Algeria call will interrupt progress of Nabil Bentaleb at Tottenham

• Africa Cup of Nations gets under way on 17 January• Bentaleb a first-choice in Algeria’s midfield• Capital One Cup match report: Tottenham 4-0 NewcastleFor Nabil Bentaleb the momentum that he has built at Tottenham Hotspur stands to be checked. The 20-year-old helped the club to their 4-0 Capital One Cup quarter-final victory over Newcastle United but he will miss ...

Tags: Algeria call will interrupt progress of Nabil Bentaleb at Tottenham,  Africa Latest News

8 HOURS AGO - BBC

A Must Read - Share

VIDEO: Historic portraits with a modern twist

Senegalese photographer Omar Victor Diop tells Focus on Africa why he reinvented some of the historic paintings of Spain with a playful touch of his very own.

Tags: VIDEO: Historic portraits with a modern twist,  Africa Latest News

9 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

A Must Read - Share

Climate Change Could Cause 18 Percent Drop In Food Production By 2050, Study Says

ROME, Dec 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Global warming could cause an 18 percent drop in world food production by 2050, but investments in irrigation and infrastructure, and moving food output to different regions, could reduce the loss, a study published on Thursday said. Globally, irrigation systems should be expanded by more than 25 percent to cope with changing rainfall ...

Tags: Climate Change Could Cause 18 Percent Drop In Food Production By 2050, Study Says,  Africa Latest News