Elizabeth Warren Slammed For Wanting A Trump Twitter Purge After Ignoring Kamala Harris’ Request Months Ago

Sen. Elizabeth Warren appears to be singing a different tune after a resolution from seven Democratic senators, including Warren, has surfaced condemning the tweets President Donald Trump recently posted over the weekend threatening to attack 52 sites in Iran. Ironically, Sen. Kamala Harris called for Warren to join her push for the removal of Trump’s Twitter account during the fourth Democratic debate in October 2019, but Harris was met with excuses and zero promises. SEE MORE: What’s Next For Kamala Harris? 5 Things Possibilities After Presidential Campaign Ends The tweet…

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The Proverbs of Amenemope

A Comparative Perusal of “The Instruction of Amenemope” and “Proverbs 9 & 10” More evidence of the Bible’s ancient Kemet origins? Instruction of Amenemope (also called Instructions of Amenemopet, Wisdom of Amenemopet) is a literary work composed in Ancient Egypt, most likely during the Ramesside Period (ca. 1300–1075 BC); it contains thirty chapters of advice for successful living, ostensibly written by the scribe Amenemope son of Kanakht as a legacy for his son. A characteristic product of the New Kingdom “Age of Personal Piety”, the work reflects on the inner qualities,…

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Trump vows new sanctions, NATO involvement on Iran

United States President Donald Trump said the U.S. will impose new and harsher sanctions on Iran following Tuesday night’s missile attacks on two military bases used by Americans in Iraq, while urging other nations to align with the U.S. position on Iran and its nuclear ambitions. Trump said no U.S. or Iraqi personnel were injured in the attacks on the sprawling Al Asad airbase in Anbar province and a second site at Erbil. “All of our soldiers are safe,” he said, describing the damage to facilities and equipment as minimal.…

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Travelex locked down by ransomware attack

Websites across some 30 countries remain locked down for Travelex customers as the foreign exchange firm deals with a ransomware attack that’s crippled its operations since New Year’s Eve. Company officials say they took their websites offline in Europe, Southeast Asia and North America as a precaution to contain the spread of the ransomware known as Sodinokibi, or also as REvil. The announcement followed a week’s worth of messages that said the site was down for planned maintenance but it was finally corrected on Tuesday. Travelex said there’s “no evidence”…

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George Walker: The first black composer to win Pulitzer Prize for music

In 1996, George Walker, broke barriers to become the first black composer to win the Pulitzer Prize for music. Dr. Walker was reportedly a music professor at several institutions and composed over 90 works. His pieces were performed by orchestras all over the United States and abroad. As a black pianist, he felt racially discriminated against even in music so he wrote an article titled “Make Room for Black Classical Music” in 1991 in the New York Times. More about this “The earliest generation of black classical composers has been…

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Sadio Mane, Asisat Oshoala and other winners of the CAF Awards 2019

The 28th edition of the CAF Awards held yesterday in Egypt and celebrated African footballers and officials who distinguished themselves during the year 2019. Sadio Mane won African Player of the Year and Asisat Oshoala won the African Women’s Player of the Year awards. Mane polled 477 votes ahead of his Liverpool teammate Mohamd Salah, 325 votes and Algeria’s Riyad Mahrez, 267 votes to win the African Player of the Year award. Oshoala was named African Women’s Player of the Year for the fourth time, equalling the record of her…

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WHO: More than 6,000 measles deaths in DR Congo

The World Health Organization says more than 6,000 people have died from measles in Democratic Republic of Congo, during an outbreak that has seen some 310,000 suspected cases reported since the beginning of 2019. “We are doing our utmost to bring this epidemic under control,” said Dr Matshidiso Moeti, WHO Regional Director for Africa, in a statement released Tuesday. “Yet to be truly successful we must ensure that no child faces the unnecessary risk of death from a disease that is easily preventable by a vaccine. We urge our donor…

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The perfect island getaway in Mozambique

Mozambique’s sunny and tropical climates make Mozambique the perfect holiday getaway destination. Mozambique is dotted by breathtaking islands along the coastline. The Bazaruto Archipelago is home to six pristine islands near the mainland city of Vilankulo, Mozambique. The Bazaruto Archipelago is known for its spectacular white beaches, seaside adventures and abundance of wildlife species. There are plenty of activities to do, from scuba- diving, ocean safaris to horse riding. If you are a tourist looking for something special, then the Bazaruto Archipelago is the perfect island getaway. Bazaruto Island  Bazaruto…

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Most Affluent Families In Africa That You Probably Never Knew About

The most affluent families are built with something more than money. It takes wisdom, work ethic, and ambition passed down from generation to generation to transform the bloodline into a powerful force. From business to the arts, politics to religion, here are 10 of Africa’s most affluent families.  The dos Santos Family – Angola From Petroleum to mining, banking, real estate, cement, retail, media, and entertainment, there are few areas of trade and investment that the dos Santos Family have not spread their reach to. At the hub is José Eduardo dos…

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