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Activists hang anti-Obama poster in Washington: ‘Goodbye Murderer’

Activists hang anti-Obama poster in Washington: ‘Goodbye Murderer’

InformAfricans: A huge picture of U.S. President Barack Obama with the words “Goodbye murderer” was seen hanging on a bridge near the Pentagon in Washington, DC by activists who say Obama is responsible for the deaths of thousands in Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Ukraine.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Inaugural Speech [Full Text]

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Inaugural Speech [Full Text]

The inaugural speech of President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria, is showcased on InformAfrica. This is the full text of his speech, made at the Eagles Square, Abuja.

Muhammadu Buhari Sworn-In as Progressive President of Nigeria

Muhammadu Buhari Sworn-In as Progressive President of Nigeria

Muhammadu Buhari has been sworn-in as the progressive President of Nigeria. History was made in Nigeria on May 29 as the new President, who is respected for his stance against corruption, was sworn into office.

Signs of the US dollar crashing, are Africans in America aware?

Signs of the US dollar crashing, are Africans in America aware?

There are strong signals the world may soon be experiencing the crash of the US dollar value as we shift to gold as a medium of exchange, are Africans in America aware and properly informed?

African News: Sierra Leone prepares for 3rd general elections

African News: Sierra Leone prepares for 3rd general elections

Sierra Leone is in preparations for its 3rd general election since the brutal 1991-2002 civil war, which killed more than 50,000 people, InformAfrica have gathered.

Triggering Economic Disaster: the Insiduous Role of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Triggering Economic Disaster: the Insiduous Role of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

We’ve all heard the old adage about adding insult to injury but the IMF has turned it into an art form. The new IMF Director, Christine Lagarde, came to Washington this week begging for yet more billions so the fund can continue propping up insolvent European banks and wrapping developing countries around the globe in debt chains.

Uganda AG Seeks EACJ Intervention over EALA Polls

Uganda AG Seeks EACJ Intervention over EALA Polls

The Attorney General of the Republic of Uganda today asked the First Instance Division of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) to intervene in order to ensure elections are held on time for aspiring Ugandan Members of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA).

Bedridden and caged, Egypt’s Mubarak goes on trial

Bedridden and caged, Egypt’s Mubarak goes on trial

CAIRO (AP) — From a bed inside the defendants’ cage, an ashen-faced Hosni Mubarak showed a glimmer of his old defiance. Egypt’s former president wagged his finger in the air and denied all charges against him Wednesday as he went on trial for alleged corruption and complicity in the deaths of protesters who helped drive him from power.

Sudan Says Open to Negotiations in Southern Kordofan

Sudan Says Open to Negotiations in Southern Kordofan

(“InformAfrica”) — The governor of Sudan’s embattled Southern Kordofan region says his government is willing to find a negotiated end to fighting in the oil-rich area.

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