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Part 1: Following the science: 1.5 degrees celsius is a crucial benchmark—a world at stake, a world to gain

By Frank Dexter Brown, Special to the AFRO Question and AnswerDurban, Birmingham, Cape TownAtlanta, Johannesburg, WattsThe earth around. Struggling, fightingDying—for what?A world to gainGroping, hoping,Waiting—for what?A world to gain.Dreams kicked asunder, why not go under?There’s a world to gain.But suppose I don’t want itWhy take it?To remake it. —Langston Hughes’ Question and Answer,” publishedin Panther

Train carrying hazardous materials derails in Maine – CBS News

Train carrying hazardous materials derails in Maine  CBS News Train carrying hazardous materials derails in rural Maine, residents warned to ‘stay clear’  Fox News Train derailment and fire reported in Rockwood, Maine as officials warn of potential hazardous materials  CNN Train derails in Rockwood area, causing fire  WMTW Portland Fire and rescue responding to train derailment in northern Maine  WGME

Sudan’s RSF says it’s ready to cooperate over Egyptian troops – Reuters.com

Sudan’s RSF says it’s ready to cooperate over Egyptian troops  Reuters.com Sudan mounts air strikes as Khartoum clashes escalate – BBC News  BBC News U.S. Ambassador Details Waking Up to ‘Gunfire’ as Fighting Erupts in Sudan  Newsweek Fighting erupts in Sudan’s capital between army, paramilitary | Al Jazeera Newsfeed  Al Jazeera English Sudan fighting: The military rivalry behind the

New Mexico police were at the wrong house when they fatally shot Robert Dotson, video shows – The Washington Post

New Mexico police were at the wrong house when they fatally shot Robert Dotson, video shows  The Washington Post Video released: Farmington police shoot, kill man after address mix-up  KRQE U.S. police shoot man after responding to wrong address  The Hindu Body camera footage shows shooting of Robert Dotson by Farmington Police  Farmington Daily Times Bodycam video released from

WATCH: Tye Tribbett Goes African in “Immanuel” Video, Dazzles in Native Attire ‘Dansiki’

Off the heels of his latest project, “All Things New Live in Orlando” – Tye Tribbett releases the performance video for “Immanuel“. The energetic compelling video sees Multiple GRAMMY® Award-winning artiste dazzles in a West African native attire ‘Dansiki’ with his spirited flowing theatric dance group while ministering reassuring lyrics that exalt the son of