By Ralph E. Moore, Jr. Face it, we’re all a bit tired of wearing masks, getting vaccinations, keeping our distance, avoiding travel, not hugging and hearing depressing news about the […] The post The Moore Report: COVID doesn’t care either; it keeps coming, watch out appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
IN MEMORIAM: Black Press journalist Katherine Massey eulogized as ‘Queen Mother,’ and ‘Community Mayor’
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. helped to eulogize the Challenger Community News journalist […] The post IN MEMORIAM: Black Press journalist Katherine Massey eulogized as ‘Queen Mother,’ and ‘Community Mayor’ appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Kele-le Album cover artwork On May 27, 2022 five of Nigeria’s best young female artists got together to create a musical project EP named “Kele-le” to raise awareness and funds for women’s health organizations fighting the HIV/AIDs epidemic in Nigeria. The “Kele-le” collaboration is the latest in a series of over 20 compilation projects that…
Singer-producer Remey Williams On May 17, 2022 the rising R&B talent Remey Williams dropped his latest track “The Real” featuring OLA & Slimwav on YouTube and all the usual streaming platforms. The new single, “The Real” is Williams’ first single released in 2022. It follows the success he experienced with his earlier release single “Real…
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The agreement highlighted deepening ties between Israel and parts of the Arab world. Once ratified, it will remove tariffs on 96 percent of bilateral trade, the two governments said.
Two months after Shanghai fell under a Covid-19 lockdown, China’s biggest city took steps toward reopening shops, parks and public transit to its residents.
President Vladimir V. Putin sent in a new commander in April, but Russian troops are still facing morale and other problems, American officials say.