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At least 1,750 died in 2018 and 2019.
Explaining the gaps.
BBC lets slip: "It would be unfair to judge a 19th Century man by 21st Century principles."
Africa is the outlier.
For all our worldly readers.
Riots are the first step.
WHO estimates there could be 769,000 malaria deaths this year in sub-Saharan Africa.
Coronavirus Cases Surpass 500,000 in Africa as Outbreak Threatens to Overwhelm Fragile Health Systems
The case numbers in a third of African countries have doubled in the past month.
Should they be invited back?
Happy Somali Independence Day
Recommendations for racially conscious cinephiles.
Any black from anywhere in the Americas can get permanent residency.
White women who support the ANC regime.
Tales of struggle and survival.
Why didn’t Charles de Gaulle partition Algeria?
"Whether east or west, home is the best."
And how the Nigerian House Speaker dressed down a Chinese ambassador.
The immigration moratorium that wasn’t.
Government has "deployed the army to take control of this situation."
He thinks drinking-alcohol is a "throat sanitizer."
Need a pick me up?
Today marks the 40th anniversary of Zimbabwean independence.
At least 650,000 more to go.
Black American wants African nations that practiced slavery to pay up.
For many Africans, fraud is a form of ‘reparations.’
Yet another racial disparity to grieve over.
They tore it apart with their bare hands.
They think "it's a safe haven from racism."
Authorities suspect they were all Ethiopians.
Its borders have been closed since Sunday.
African nation takes a tough stance.
Global markets barely notice, at least.
Libya's coastguard did the deed.
A pro-white film about South Africa.
South Africa now has around four million immigrants.
It is a crime to utter certain words — if you are white.
It must not be the model for our future.
"President Trump is saying the things we know everybody is thinking."
The list has fewer Africans than you think.
"Your northern neighbor is changing."
New restrictions apply to Eritrea, Nigeria, Tanzania, Sudan, Kyrgyzstan, and Myanmar.
Just as American blacks blame whites for their failures, Africans deny responsibility for the misery they bring on themselves.
Happy Black History Month!
Consistent patterns? Nah, just random facts.
Patrice Motsepe Apologises for Telling Donald Trump ‘Africa Loves You’, but Says It is Wise to Be Cordial
For some offenses, even blacks must grovel.
An eminent scholar sums up a lifetime of study.
What's the politically correct word for "pygmy?"
Psychoanalyst describes symptoms and treatment.
And the NYT's squeamishness about reporting it.
They're one percent of the population but pay 65 percent of the country's taxes.
An African sets the record straight.
Secretary Esper plans to keep American troops out of African civil wars.
There’s something very disturbing happening.
African nation will deport its illegals.
Happy Day of the Covenant!
The slums in the global South give us a good guess.
"Dating or marrying outside your tribal or racial lines is a great way to . . . learn about people."
"Africa will define the future."
And inflation in Zimbabwe is only 300 to 400 percent.
"Annual aid reductions should be imposed on all foreign governments which eject birth-control advocates."
A look at the writings of Galen.
Even South Africa has crime pouring over its border.
Because Afrikaners have lost their nation.
Congolese are "filling a void of cultural diversity" in a town that is nearly 90 percent white.
Over 5,000 Africans have been apprehended in Mexico this year.
Why some races are smarter than others.
“It’s like Boer Disneyland. Except you never have to go home.”
Black leader's resignation from the white party is a “devastating moment."
"For me as a Nigerian, I would gladly recommend walls . . ."
“Racial prejudice against indigenous and dark-skinned people is rampant in Mexico.”
"[R]esearchers believe nearly £540bn has been stolen from Nigeria since independence from Britain in 1960."
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