Wednesday, 17 July 2019
Wednesday, 17 July 2019
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7 things you need to know about world hunger
The number of people going hungry has risen for the third year running after years of improvement
African American museum founder discovered dead in car trunk
Baton Rouge police Sgt. L’Jean McKneely said investigators were still waiting for a coroner to determine a cause of death for Sadie Roberts-Joseph after her body was found Friday afternoon
Car bomb and all-night hotel siege kill 26 in Somalia's Kismayo
A car bomb exploded at the hotel in the southern port city while local elders and lawmakers were meeting on Friday night
Tutankhamun bust and other objects that Egypt claims to Europe
The auction house Christie's sold Tutankhamun bust despite criticism from the Egyptian Government
U.S. dream pulls African migrants in record numbers across Latin America
The migrants vying for entry at the U.S. southern border are mainly Central Americans. But growing numbers from a handful of African countries are joining them
This is the top 10 of the countries that export most footballers in the world
The competitive growth of some leagues has led to a great emigration of talents from certain nations, most of them to Europe, and in LatinAmerican Post we show them the list
Sudan: a coup with an uncertain future
A dictatorship was overthrown with a military coup. Now, the civilian population demands that the opposition also be included in the transition government
Eliud Kipchoge: the new icon of universal sports?
The African long distance runner has become the greatest reference of this specialty worldwide. He has won 11 of the 12 marathons in which he has participated
MUICA: a contact with African cinema
The traveling African Film Festival launches its third version and will reach the screens of cities such as Cali, Bogotá, Cartagena and Buenaventura during the month of May
Sanctions force Venezuela to import crude for the first time in 5 years
The country with the largest oil reserves in the world bought a shipment to Nigeria. Today everything can get worse
Botswana and Rwanda: the most dynamic economies in Africa
Botswana and Rwanda have shown in recent years indicators of growth and development that stand out in their region. The key: a long-term vision
The war in Libya is about to explode
The country has been divided since the 2014 elections. In the wake of recent events, the tension is expected to increase
Algeria: is there a power void?
In the last two weeks, Algeria has experienced big protests in the streets against the fifth consecutive nomination of the current president Abdelaziz Buteflika
In the International Athletics Federation there could be a case like that of Benajmin Button
The U20 World Athletics Championship in Finland is in the eye of the hurricane due to the controversial participation of the Ethiopian athlete Girmawit Gebrzihair
Africans in the Premier League: Riyad Mahrez, the Algerian who will wear the Manchester uniform
The Algerian Riyad Mahrez will wear the Manchester City uniform preceded by his performance in the historic title he won with Leicester in 2016
Beyond entertainment, can the sport be the cure for hatred?
The conflict of more than 65 years between North Korea and its homonym of the South could end in the coming months with the sport as a fundamental approach of union and change
Mohamed Salah and the 4 keys to get to Real Madrid
The Egyptian player lives his best sports season in his first year with Liverpool, fact that has generated interest in Florentino Pérez
Mohamed Salah: The great African of football
The Liverpool striker amazes the world with his talent and could take the Golden Boot to Africa for the first time
The white rhinoceros became extinct, so what?
The recent extinction of the last male white rhinoceros has caused turmoil in social medial, but the danger of losing bees has been almost ignored
Soccer: Is Salah better than Luis Suarez?
While the Egyptian was in Liverpool, he reached the Uruguayan player records
India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sierra Leone: ignored disasters
Hurricane Harvey is not the only one
Egypt and Colombia: Significant reduction in monetary aid
Issues such as human rights and illicit crops threaten the cooperation of the United States
Africa’s power crisis
With 55 countries and 1.2 billion people, the continent generates less power than Brazil
The left/right and new/old electoral divides in Chile
As President Michelle Bachelet enters her last year in office, presidential hopefuls in Chile are aligning along a left-right and a new-old divide to attract indifferent voters
Trump's Wall: A Wasteful, Foolish Boondoggle
Not only would the wall be needlessly expensive -- Trump says it will cost $8 billion, engineers have said at least twice as much -- but there are far better ways to prevent the flow of undocumented immigrants and drugs from Mexico.
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