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Also, Janet Yellen leaves Beijing with hope, but no breakthroughs.
After 10 hours of meetings with Chinese officials in Beijing, Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen announced at a news conference that the two nations would work to improve dialogue despite “significant disagreements.”
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President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine shared a video of a trip to Snake Island in the Black Sea, a symbol of his country’s fierce resistance, as Russian shelling in the east killed at least seven.
After much anticipation, Cyrus Richie‘s newest single “Blow My Mind” is finally out and available now on all major music streaming platforms worldwide. The German-based Sierra-Leone gospel sensation showcases his versatility in this amazing exciting Afrobeats/Amapiano fusion as he taps into the Afrobeats wave to deliver an uplifting message of God’s indescribable love. Produced by
Highly revered worship leader, Nathaniel Bassey has premiered the official video for “Hallelujah Praise The Lord” off of his latest album, Hallelujah Live. The heartwarming worship track featuring renowned worship leader and pastor, William McDowell exalts the mighty power of God, his sovereignty, and his eminence. “Hallelujah Live” is Nathaniel Bassey’s third consecutive album in
William McDowell has new music on the way!! Taking to the newly-launched social media app, Threads, the renowned worship leader, pastor, and author trumpeted the news of his upcoming new single “The Promise” featuring Nigerian gospel singer/worship revivalist Dunsin Oyekan, and worship leader, Nicole Binion. “1 was trying to figure out what I could say
American Televangelist and best-selling Author, Bishop T.D Jakes is celebrating 27 years of his ministerial organization, The Potter’s House Church. Driven by the vision to mold individuals into a purpose filled-vessel, the renowned preacher has since July 2nd, 1996, held steadfastly to his assignment with the ministry which has undergone transformative expansion in its nearly
Harvard and UNC-Chapel Hill find a way forward after Supreme Court strikes affirmative action in college admissions
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO Contributing Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org Claudine Gay, the 30th President of Harvard University, knew months ago that the Supreme Court would render a decision on Students for Fair Admissions v. President and Fellows of Harvard College close to the end of the term in late June. Gay quickly realized that a good deal