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Catch up on the latest world news, investigations, and analysis told from a Black perspective.

The UK has announced a plan that will transfer thousands of African migrants to Rwanda instead of allowing them to seek asylum in the UK.

Black-led immigration groups, notably Cameroon Advocacy Network and the Haitian Bridge Alliance, have been at the forefront of pressing for TPS designation for Cameroonians.

Here are 5 humanitarian crises happening in Black and brown countries that aren’t getting as much attention as Ukraine.

The changemakers told Sky News that they have now helped "more than 500 black students" to successfully flee Ukraine by "funding transport costs, like arranging taxis and other emergency needs."

"Black lives should matter today. Black lives should matter in America. Black lives should matter in Europe."

The Dominican Republic has started construction on a border wall with the neighboring country of Haiti.

"Calling for both sides to de-escalate only gives Russia a pass," the second Black woman to serve as ambassador to the United Nations said. "Russia is the aggressor here."

Nelson Mandela was released from prison on Feb. 11, 1990, after he and other African National Congress leaders were sentenced to life for attempting to overthrow the South African government.

Tutu’s ideas about humanness, harmony and reconciliation have been enormously influential, not merely in South Africa, but throughout the world.

It's no surprise that countries in the global south have to fight for needed resources like the COVID-19 vaccines, but it's disconcerting in a time of international crisis. 

October marks the start of the country's month-long Black History celebration that commemorates the achievements of Black British and Afro-Caribbean people throughout the UK.

Ibrahim Rotich, the husband of a Kenyan Olympic long-distance runner Agnes Tirop, who was found dead this week in a grisly stabbing, has been arrested and charged with her murder.