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Ten things we have learnt about Africa (BBC News)

Ten things we have learnt about Africa (BBC News)

The Pew Research Center has just released one of the biggest ever studies on attitudes to religion and morality in Africa, which has revealed a host of interesting facts. Here are 10 things we have learnt from the study, which surveyed 25,000 people in 19 countries. 1. 75% of South Africans think polygamy is "morally wrong" - bad news [...]

Defar and Kipchoge prevail in Carlsbad

Defar and Kipchoge prevail in Carlsbad

From: iaaf.org Carlsbad, USA - World indoor champion Meeret Defar and former World 5000m champion Eliud Kipchoge took home convincing wins at the Carlsbad 5000 road race on Sunday (11) in Carlsbad, Calif. Defar became the event's first three-time women's champion, winning the women's race in 15:04. In the men's race, Kenya's Kipchoge [...]

Mother, 3 Year Old Killed in Alexandria

Mother, 3 Year Old Killed in Alexandria

by ROBY CHAVEZ / myfoxdc ALEXANDRIA, Va. - A mother and her 3 year old girl were murdered in Alexandria and police say the girl's father, 34 year old Simon Bahta Asfeha, is the suspect. It happened Sunday morning at a high-rise apartment complex on 300 block of South Reynolds Street in Alexandria's West End. Police believe Asfeha is [...]

Voice of Ethiopia: A solo exhibition of photographs by Atalia Katz

Voice of Ethiopia: A solo exhibition of photographs by Atalia Katz

ZONE: CONTEMPORARY ART is proud to present the gallery’s first photographic exhibition, “Voice of Ethiopia,” a solo premier exhibition of Israeli photographer Atalia Katz. The exhibition is on view April 8 to 30, 2010. Ethiopia is home to historically important communities of Christians, Jews, and Muslims, preservers of ancient [...]

Teza, In the Big Apple

Teza, In the Big Apple

Teza, the latest film by legendary filmmaker Haile Gerima, is receiving rave reviews from publications such as the New York Times, which writes: “ soars, thanks to Mr. Gerima’s bracingly direct storytelling.” After a successful opening premiere in Washington D.C., Teza kicked off in New York City with an opening reception event that [...]

Coming to America

In the classic 1988 movie, ‘Coming to America’, Eddie Murphy portrays Akeem, an African prince who is being pressured into a forced marriage by his parents.  The only problem is the woman they have chosen for him only sees him for his royalty.  Akeem, the candid son, finally convinces his parents to let him depart on a discreet [...]

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