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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Meet Nigeria’s ‘Mark Zuckerberg’

At 23, many people around the world are still at university -- at that age, Gossy Ukanwoke had already started one.

10 sensational wine farms

South Africa has some of the most beautiful vineyards in the world. The wine tastes pretty decent too.

#USAfrica COUNTERPOINT: Against new #Biafra agitation; #Buhari does not disdain the Igbo. By Dozie...

USAfrica COUNTERPOINT:                                                                ...

USAfrica: Debating the history and myths of Northern Nigeria domination. By Sanusi Lamido Sanusi

“The problem is: everywhere in this country, there is one Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba and Itshekiri man whose concern is how to get his hands on the pie and how much he can steal."

The world’s forgotten refugees

It was supposed to be a temporary solution for Somalis fleeing their country's civil war, but 25 years later it has now become the biggest refugee camp in the world. CNN's David Mckenzie reports.

Video: International forum on ‪ 2015 #‎Nigeria‬ Elections at Texas Southern University’s Martin Luther...

https://youtu.be/IvnYFI_7n8o An international forum on ‪#‎Nigeria‬ Elections 2015 and its aftermath has been held at the Texas Southern University's Martin Luther King center. The televised broadcast was co-sponsored by the League of Nigerian Professionals, TSU,...

490 bricks-half-a-ton of COCAINE STUFFED for Lagos “oil company” via Brazil seized

The cocaine was tightly packed into 490 brightly colored bricks and stuffed into heavy dredging equipment being flown from the international airport in Buenos Aires to an oil company in Lagos, Nigeria, said Maria Siomara Ayeran, the director-general of Argentina's customs agency.

‘Winds of change’ sweeping Africa

What do the Apollo space missions, laser eye surgery and sustainable cocoa have in common? These are just some of the historic breakthroughs that IBM research labs across the world have helped become a reality over the years.

BrkNEWS… Congo fuel truck fire kills 230, many children

Congo fuel truck fire kills 230, many children Sange, DR Congo (AFP) – A fuel truck exploded and set fire to a village in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, killing more than 230 people...

Embattled Gaddafi offers $400 “subsidy” (bribe) to every Libyan family as his grip on...

Embattled Gaddafi offers $400 "subsidy" (bribe) to every Libyan family as his grip on power weakens.       USAfricaonline.com: The embattled regime of Muammar Gaddafi has offered to raise public sector wages to 150% in bid...

Nelson Mandela to be played by Idris Elba

Nelson Mandela to be played by Idris Elba Special to USAfrica Golden Globe winner and charismatic actor Idris Elba has confirmed that he will play human rights activist and former South African president Nelson Mandela...

Gingrich calling Obama “Kenyan, anti-colonial” and “con” man is trainload of lies

Gingrich calling Obama "Kenyan, anti-colonial" and "con" man is irresponsible By JACK WHITE Special to USAfricaonline.com ,  CLASSmagazine (Houston) and The Black Business Journal The latest salvo from the extreme right now proposes that Obama has embraced the political views...

My aversion to patronizing ‘Save’ Africa campaigns by Europeans, Americans

My aversion to patronizing 'Save' Africa campaigns by the West. By Uzodinma Iweala. Such campaigns, however well intentioned, promote the stereotype of Africa as a black hole of disease and death. News reports constantly focus on the continent's corrupt leaders, warlords, "tribal" conflicts, child laborers, and women disfigured by abuse and genital mutilation. These descriptions run under headlines like "Can Bono Save Africa?" or "Will Brangelina Save Africa?" The relationship between the West and Africa is no longer based on openly racist beliefs, but such articles are reminiscent of reports from the heyday of European colonialism, when missionaries were sent to Africa to introduce us to education, Jesus Christ and "civilization." There is no African, myself included, who does not appreciate the help of the wider world, but we do question whether aid is genuine or given in the spirit of affirming one's cultural superiority

Can this school save the world?

Can state-of-the art schools in rural Africa rescue the environment? One charity is betting on it.

Ebola: WHO outlines next steps

Ebola vaccine testing could start in the next few weeks, the World Health Organization said Tuesday, as health officials scramble to quell the virus that has killed more than 4,500 people.

South Africa’s deputy President warns: poverty, inequality could cause revolution in Mandela’s country

South Africa's deputy President warns poverty, inequality could cause revolution in his country. Cape Town (AFP) - South Africa's Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe on Wednesday issued a warning about the yawning gap between rich and poor,...

World leaders missing memorial

Four past or present United States presidents are among the nearly 100 world leaders joining celebrities and tens of thousands of South Africans to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela Tuesday -- but some of the world's best-known leaders are not there.

The World Cup for outsiders

They are the dispossessed -- stateless, and unrecognized by football's ruling body. But these teams will still play at their own World Cup, thousands of miles from the conflicts in their homelands.

Malawi President Banda, Prof. Achebe and Nigeria’s Finance Minister Okonjo-Iweala listed among Global 100...

Malawi President Banda, Prof. Achebe and Nigeria's Finance Minister Okonjo-Iweala listed in FP Global 100 Thinkers for 2012 By  Chido Nwangwu, Founder & Publisher of USAfrica multimedia networks, first African-owned, U.S-based newspaper published on the internet...

Latest Reports

USAfrica: Amidst Zimbabwe-Mugabe uncertainty, U.S embassy closed to public

Amidst the uncertainty following the ousting of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe by the country's armed forces, the U.S mission in Harare was closed yesterday. The...

USAfrica BrkNEWS Zimbabwe military intervention not yet a coup against embattled Mugabe

USAfrica BrkNEWS Zimbabwe military intervention not yet a coup against embattled Mugabe @Chido247 After initial speculation about the "intervention" by Zimbabwe's armed forces earlier today November...

#AnambraDebates APC’s Nwoye fails USAfrica fact-check

#AnambraDebates APC’s Nwoye fails USAfrica fact-check During this evening’s Anambra Governorship election debate  (November 12, 2017), USAfrica and USAfricaonline.com Publisher Dr. Chido Nwangwu took fact-checking...
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