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Commentary: South African government doing nothing for its people

By Flickr user GovernmentZA
April 22, 2015

  To say I am disappointed by the recent attacks on foreigners in South Africa is an understatement. It saddens me  that South Africans are killing fellow Africans. It is even more disturbing...

New Ebola vaccine to begin human trials in January

(By Flickr user European Commission DG ECHO)
October 29, 2014

By Victoria Greenleaf The Ebola virus continues to claim thousands of lives in Africa, but there is new hope arriving in the form of a new experimental vaccine made from the blood of former Ebola patients,...

African Student Association educates students on African culture and issues

African Student Association educates students on African culture and issues
February 19, 2014

Suffolk University is widely known for its diverse student population. One of its selling points to potential students is that the school is composed of a tapestry of cultures from all corners of the world....

Opinion: On the high-profile Navy SEAL raids in Africa

U.S. Navy SEAL insignia
October 16, 2013

On Oct. 5, two assaults took place in North Africa by U.S Special Forces units.  One took place in Libya where the U.S apprehended a fugitive on the UN al-Qaeda watch-list with a $5 million bounty on...

Opinion: On the high-profile Navy SEAL raids in Africa (Pt. 1)

U.S. Navy SEAL insignia
October 16, 2013

The failed raid on the al-Shabaab compound in Barawe, Somalia, is the new hot button issue of discussion and is leaving a plethora of paranoia and confusion in its wake. U.S. forces were trying to apprehend...

On Campus: African Student Association

On Campus: African Student Association
February 7, 2013

February is National Black History month and no club at Suffolk University is taking more advantage of this than the African Student Association.  This year, the organization received a new president,...

The Effects of the Western Arm in Africa

The Effects of the Western Arm in Africa
January 31, 2013

Matt Bacon  Sports Editor The battle against Islamic extremism and terrorism has taken up a new front. For a couple of years, the West has turned a naïve blind eye towards growing Islamic extremism...

Arts briefs Oct. 20, 2010

October 19, 2010

Africa A house in Tatooine Tunisia once belonging to Owen and Beru Lars George Lucas has recently gained attention within the Star Wars community, as it had recently suffered severe damage. Used as...

World Briefs March 3, 2010

March 3, 2010

Africa KAMPALA, Uganda—A group of about 100 gays and lesbians met in secret to discuss their response to a pending Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which calls for the death penalty for some gay acts, according...

World Briefs Feb. 24, 2010

February 24, 2010

Africa DOHA, Qatar – A truce between the Sudanese Govern­ment and the most dangerous rebel group in Darfur has been made just in time for the first national election the country has had in decades....

World Briefs Nov. 14, 2009

November 14, 2009

Asia – KABUL, Afganistan--President Hamid Karzai has acknowledged his presidential victory as fraud according to the AP. President Karzai asks the Afghan people not to turn this “victory” into a...

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