Khartoum residents were trapped at home without electricity or water as the country’s two top generals battled for a third day to control the East African nation.
The fire in March left 40 people dead.
Uninterested in the extreme altitudes of Kilimanjaro, a writer opted instead to explore the region’s vast calderas, abundant wildlife and rare forms of lava.
Shocked by Russian atrocities, NATO is becoming the war-fighting alliance it was during the Cold War, committed to defending “every inch” of its territory from Day 1.
Smoke billowed from the airport in Khartoum, Sudan, as fighting between rival factions intensified.
By Reginald Williams, Special to the AFRO Black Men Unifying Black Men (BMUBM) is an independent, non-political Baltimore-based group of Black men who meet monthly to engage in discussion. Their charge is to effect life-altering changes in the lives of Black men and boys throughout Baltimore. “We are a hub for bringing Black men together
The Moore Report: In case you missed it: two months ago the all-time top scoring record was ‘passed to a new generation’
By Ralph E. Moore Jr., Special to the AFRO It was on April 5, 1984, that Kareem Abdul Jabbar scored point number 31,420 of his career, breaking the NBA’s all-time scoring record. The record had been held by Wilt Chamberlain before Jabbar broke it in front of 18,000 fans gathered at the University of Nevada’s gym
By Reuben Greene, Special to the AFRO The Reginald F. Lewis Museum was teeming with service providers and supporters of Gov. Wes Moore. The speaker series entitled “In Their Own Words” was hosted by non-profit United Way of Central Maryland and sponsored by DLA Piper Law Firm. The event served as an opportunity to hear
By Ciara Franklin, Abel Communications for the AFRO The AFRO, the oldest Black-owned business in Maryland, has announced the Black Business Matters Expo 2023, scheduled for April 27th from 4pm-7pm. The theme for the media company’s 3rd annual event is “The Great Divide: Work. Wages. Wealth.” The Expo will feature a full slate of speakers
By AFRO Staff Fox News is set to begin defending its propagation of lies fostered by former President Donald Trump and his allies after his loss in the 2020 presidential election, as jurors are expected to be seated and opening statements offered April 17 in the defamation case brought against the media giant by a