Despite Pentagon assertions, secret programs allow American troops to direct combat raids in Somalia, Kenya, Niger and other African nations.
Salvage expert Nick Sloane is the brains behind a scheme to tow a massive iceberg from Antarctica to Cape Town to alleviate the South African city's drought
I am happy to share with you news of our Liberty Camp / Seminar in Uganda earlier this year, as well as our plans for the next nine months
The power grid collapse comes on the same day the national team played Croatia in the first World Cup fixture
Russia is back in Africa, guarding the President of the Central African Republic and negotiating with at least three rebel leaders at the same time
While the South African government is seeking to expropriate land from whites through a constitutional reform, the local opposition, civil rights activists and social media commentators have raised the alarm ...
Ebola is back, and in a "new phase." The deadly hemorrhagic fever is no longer confined to the remote regions of the Congo. On Wednesday, a man was diagnosed in Mbandaka, a city with a population of nearly 1.2 million people in Equateur Province,
NEARLY every day, horrific acts of rape, torture and murder are carried out on a community under siege. WARNING: Graphic.
In this video, gives you the latest breaking news in Harare Zimbabwe with Jeff Berwick the dollar vigilante. We cover the White farmers, bitcoin cryptocurrency community, the soft coup against Mugabe, the real social economic situation on the ground,
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange travels with Jeff Berwick the Dollar Vigilante to Mogadishu, Somalia to take you inside an extremely underreported story of global significance.
A Canadian businessman agreed to sell four gold castings of South African leader Nelson Mandela's hands. For $10 million in bitcoin, a cryptocurrency firm launching an initial coin offering (ICO) has agreed to the purchase, promising a world tour o
Violent attacks against South Africa's white farmers are on the rise, according to Paul Toohey, a reporter from Australia's Daily Telegraph, who traveled to the country.
THE MOTION FOR 'EXPROPRIATION WITHOUT COMPENSATION' PASSED BY A LANDSLIDE
The Egyptian government has been called out in a new report that suggests they are not only spying on and censoring their citizens' internet but also using them to mine cryptocurrency.
Week before last, I told you about how the brand-new President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, made an impassioned speech calling for the confiscation of real estate from white land owners.
The South African parliament voted on Tuesday in favor of a motion seeking to change the constitution to allow white-owned land expropriation without compensation.
The South African parliament voted on Tuesday to move forward in amending their Constitution to allow for the confiscation of land from their white minority without compensation.
Netanyahu Besieged. Regime Change in Israel? Britain Officially Prepares Now for War Against Russia Did the CIA Sabotage Russia at the Olympics? What Western Imperialism Is Up to Now in Zimbabwe
If you've been following much international news, you've probably heard that, after literally years of scandal, abuse, and incompetence, South Africa's president Jacob Zuma was finally forced to resign last week.
The success of mobile money technology like M-Pesa in Kenya and across East Africa has long shown the potential for other underserved markets. M-Pesa's success is likely also behind for the increasing presence of mobile networks in the African fin
The words of teenage Bitcoin millionaire, Erik Finman is finding expression in parts of the world where the younger generation have been technically sidelined from leadership.
Three weeks after college, I flew to Senegal, West Africa, to run a community center in a rural town.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said Tuesday at the East African Legislative Assembly in Uganda that he "loves" President Donald Trump because "he talks to Africans frankly."
In the 30-plus years I've been in the publishing business, I've seen my share of "new countries."
In the fifty-eighth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Kommersant, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, RBK, and Izvestia. He discusses Russia's expansion of geopolitical influ
A recent investigation by the Daily Beast suggests US troops in Somalia were involved in the murder of ten civilians - including three children - in a small village in August. However, AFRICOM released a statement yesterday affirming that everyone ki
Robert Mugabe, 93, was detained along with his wife, according to a military announcement Wednesday. The move appears to end one of Africa's most controversial political dynasties while raising questions about what might come next - military rule
If you hate the government so much, why don't you move to Somalia?
If national-security reporters are ever replaced by robots writing boilerplate stories, blame it on the fact that U.S. military policy has become so predictable and repetitive. Consider this New York Times story from 2011:
Zimbabwe - Rather than face removal from office by impeachment, Mugabe resigned after leading Zimbabwe since 1980 - first as prime minister, mostly as president.