Black Libyans are now suffering at the hands of the Rebels

Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr., reacting to reports in The Wall Street Journal has called for an investigation by the International Criminal Court into the reported killings of Black Libyans in the city of Tawergha. Rep. Jackson also tells The Black Star News he will ask that U.S. assistance for reconstruction and transition to democracy

Wounded African Soldier

A wounded Senegalese prisoner of war is carried to a bandaging station, November 1914, originally uploaded by drakegoodman. A wounded Senegalese prisoner of war is carried to a bandaging station, November 1914 Note on reverse (see below) dated 28.11.1914. One of a series of pictures taken by a German orderly

In my last piece entitled “For the love of Ghana” i pointed out how diasporians are like a “mirror” for Africa. They being outside of Africa and holding kinship to her are in a special position. What is apparent to the Diasporian by life’s experiences hold keys to Africa’s rise.

South Africa could experience a “commercial boom” if trade with Zimbabwe was increased, Zimbabwean Economic Planning and Development Minister Elton Mangoma said on Monday. Mangoma urged South African companies to recapitalise and extend some loans to their Zimbabwe affiliates. Once Zimbabwean companies could access South African products and services more