Why did 300 police, FBI and Army kill 3 and injure 28 in the 1968 Orangeburg massacre?

The 1968 Orangeburg massacre is regarded as one of the most violent and least remembered events of the civil rights movement. It claimed the lives of three African-American students and caused injuries to 28 others. What then caused Highway Patrolmen to open live fire on protesting students of the South Carolina State University? Black students had become fed up with the segregation policy which barred them from accessing the Orangeburg’s only bowling alley. On February 8, 1968, a crowd of students gathered on the campus of South Carolina State to…

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Egypt: No Agreement On Use of the Nile

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have failed to reach an amicable deal on how to fill up the new Grand Renaissance Dam on the Nile. A meeting had been called to figure out how not to affect the flow of water to Sudan and Egypt, which rely heavily on the Nile. It ended inconclusively on Thursday. The talks, first proposed by the US and supported by the World Bank, were meant to ensure that Ethiopia’s $5 billion dam on the Blue Nile fills up for its planned irrigation and hydroelectric power…

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Africa’s richest man plans U.S office to diversify wealth

Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote plans to take office space in New York to help diversify his investments. He also wants to avoid the risk of currency fluctuations on the continent, bloomberg reports. The owner of the biggest cement company in sub-Saharan Africa will use the base and an existing one in London to become more global after the completion of a $12 billion, 650,000 barrel-a-day refinery currently under construction in Nigeria. In Africa, you know we have issues of devaluation, so we want to really preserve some of the…

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MTN, Mara advance the Connect Rwanda digital access challenge

The “Made in Africa” smartphones from Rwanda’s Mara Corporation have made a big splash, but there’s a much bigger vision through a “Connect Rwanda” campaign that hopes to put Mara and other smartphones in the hands of every household in the country. The program, launched in late December, relies on donors pledging either approved smartphones or the money to buy them, in order to bridge the digital gap for the country’s 2.9 million households. Less than 20 percent of households in Rwanda have smartphones with the majority of citizens using…

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The Democrat’s Hatred of President Donald Trump and America Itself Is Appalling.

You are here: Home / News / The Democrat’s Hatred of President Donald Trump and America Itself Is Appalling. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) Over the last three years, these lunatics have tried to fake it, but their mask is off. We have watched them express outright hate for the Founding Fathers, the police, law and order, the rule of law, the Constitution, election results, and, most recently, the electoral college.  When I thought they had reached their wits ends, they put the pedal to the…

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Tunisia’s parliament rejects new gov’t

Tunisia’s parliament on Friday rejected the government proposed by Prime Minister-designate Habib Jemli after months of negotiations. Jemli, an independent candidate, was nominated by the Ennahdha party after it came out tops in legislative polls in October but failed to win enough seats to form a majority. “It’s not a disappointment. It is a success for Tunisian democracy. It’s normal that a government presents itself to the ARP (Assembly of People’s Representatives) and not be honoured’‘, Jemli said. It’s not a disappointment. It is a success for Tunisian democracy. Lawmakers…

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