World News Guaido, U.S. fail to overthrow Maduro, again
Recently, U.S. social media such as WhatsApp, Twitter suddenly came alive with commentary, pictures, videos and reaction to news that Juan Guaidó was leading a coup in an attempt to topple Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
Updated May 9, 2019 - 10:57:31 AM
World News Back-To-Back Cyclones Hit Southern Africa
This is the first time two cyclones have struck the southern African nation in a single season,and Kenneth was the first cyclone recorded so far north in Mozambique in the modern era of satellite imaging.
Updated May 9, 2019 - 10:49:32 AM
World News Corporate greed versus safety? Boeing faces flood of lawsuits
Rumors that the crash of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 would seriously damage Ethiopia’s premier airlines relationship with Boeing might be inevitable. But this has to be seen through the lens of the airline and manufacturer’s long history.
Updated Apr 24, 2019 - 9:29:02 AM
World News Doing Business in Africa and the Caribbean Symposium
WASHINGTON—Ambassadors, representatives and business leaders from Africa and the Caribbean will gather in Washington, D.C., in June to share how investors, businesspeople and entrepreneurs can successfully do business in their countries.
Updated Apr 16, 2019 - 9:57:45 PM
World News An indigenous nation battles for land and justice in Bolivia
LA PAZ (IPS)—The ancient Qhara Qhara nation began a battle against the State of Bolivia in defense of its rich ancestral lands, in an open challenge to a government that came to power in 2006 on a platform founded on respect for the values and rights of indigenous peoples.
Updated Apr 9, 2019 - 11:50:52 AM
World News Cyclone ravaged Mozambique struggles to recover
Weeks after the Tropical Cyclone Idai ravaged the small nation of Mozambique in southern Africa, recovery continues. The storm also slammed into neighboring Malawi and Zimbabwe leaving a corridor of death and massive destruction experts say will take some time to rebuild.
Updated Apr 2, 2019 - 12:36:54 PM