The worst fighting in two years rocked Tripoli on Saturday, as residents feared a return to war.
Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and his wife, Princess Mary, pulled their son from the institution, saying that they were “deeply shaken by the reports.”
Pitched as a way to develop the country’s poorest region, the Maya Train is threatened by a ballooning budget and rushed construction over fragile terrain. But Mexico’s president has refused to slow it down.
How the Republican governor is turning the swing state into a right-wing laboratory.
Both Russia and Ukraine are preparing for a protracted standoff, but Ukraine has greater incentive to try to avoid it.
By AFRO Staff From breaking news to entertainment, from sports to arts and culture, the AFRO’s summer 2022 reporting team covered it all. The D.C. region encompasses a unique combination […] The post Meet the team: Many thanks to the AFRO’s summer crew of D.C. writers appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO D.C. Editor The Hilltop is open! Classes have started for Howard University students coming from all corners of the globe this week– but did you know […] The post HBCU spotlight: Howard University starts the year with service appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Mark F. Gray, Special to the AFRO On the way to the 2019 world championship, the Washington Nationals seemed to be a franchise set to become a dynastic organization […] The post Washington Nationals on a bumpy road to rebuilding appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Chris Suarez, The Richmond Times-Dispatch via The Associated Press After removing the Robert E. Lee monument in Richmond and nearly two dozen other statues across the city and state, […] The post CEO selling NFTs of Confederate monuments he took down appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Tinashe Chingarande, Special to the AFRO The first presumptive case of monkeypox was reported at the University of Maryland on Aug. 17, according to a campus-wide email sent to […] The post University of Maryland reports first case of monkeypox appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .