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In America, the Black Lives Matter movement has succeeded in reaching millions across the country. But internationally there seems to be a disregard for Black lives when it comes to terrorism in Africa. The recent attacks by ISIS in Paris shocked the world as the sight of bloodied, injured and dead White bodies flooded mainstream…

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Within 24 hours, bombs detonated on two separate occasions in Nigeria killing dozens and injuring over 100 people, Reuters reported. Although no one has claimed responsibility for the attacks, Boko Haram is suspected of being responsible. The first explosion reportedly occurred at around 8 p.m. in the northeastern city of Yola. The blast went off…

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The Nigerian military is in the midst of what so far has been a successful campaign to rescue girls kidnapped by the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram. However, shocking news has come out regarding the health status of some of the more than 700 girls. According to military sources at least 200 girls are pregnant…

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If you’re a parent of a child, the toys you pick are very important. Every day on TV kids view ads for toys that do not reflect an essential part of themselves, their color. As a parents we want to purchase a toy that does not harm but brings joy. This is especially true of young Black…

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The terrorist group Boko Haram has increased its violent rampage with a new tool, girls as young as 10 years of age are now being used as bombers. Last week, three young girls were used to detonate bombs in busy market areas, killing dozens of Nigerians. According to the British think tank Chatham House, the…

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The recent attacks by the Islamic militant group Boko Haram are finally starting to get the coverage it deserves in mainstream media. The tragedy has been called by Amnesty International the worst massacre in the history of Nigeria and Boko Haram. The events that unfolded in the town of Baga led to the deaths of…

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boko haram killings

The news on terror is all about the recent attacks which took place in France. That three-day attack killed 12 and injured five at the offices of Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish grocery store. However, the world has ignored the attacks which took place almost during the same time period in Nigeria. The Islamic militant…

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  It seems that when combating the deadly Ebola virus the world can now look to Nigeria for solutions. On Monday, the government of Nigeria announced that the country has stopped the outbreak of the Ebola virus that is spreading throughout West Africa. The World Health Organization has called Nigeria’s achievement a “spectacular success story.” World…

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Ebola

The current Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa is being called the worst in history as an estimated 700 people have died so far. The virus has spread to four African countries and now the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a warning against travel to Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and now Nigeria. The…

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Ebola patient to be treated in Atlanta

  The deadly Ebola virus has caused a health crisis in West Africa, with its 50-90 percent fatality rate. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has warned travelers against going to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia where the disease seems to be raging. Now Atlanta residents should be aware that Emory Healthcare has announced that…

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Patrick Sawyer

The deadly Ebola virus in Africa, which kills 90 percent of its victims has once more resurfaced with deadly ferocity. The virus has already killed the top doctor in the country of Liberia who was treating patients and has also infected two U.S. health care workers. When the virus first appeared, almost 30 years ago,…

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The hashtag #bringbackourgirls garnered widespread international attention to the plight of schoolgirls kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram. Since then, the Nigerian military and various nations including the United States have become involved in searching for the kidnapped girls. Now, word has come out of Nigeria that at least 63 women and girls made a…

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  Boko Haram has struck again in Nigeria. This time the terrorist group struck a remote village, Garkin Fulani, only five miles from where more than 250 girls were taken in the village of Chibok. The Fulani are a semi-nomadic people who graze cattle. Nigerian officials originally stated that 20 women were taken, however village…

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