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

Between old friends and Black lives, old friends will win every time.

The death toll from Haiti's latest earthquake was growing as photos and video from the destruction began showing the extent of the devastation, injuries and hopelessness inflicted on a nation already reeling from natural and political disasters.

Following Haiti's mammoth 7.2 magnitude earthquake, one organization that keeps popping up on the "do not donate" list is the American Red Cross. Here's why.

Reflecting on multiple international crises, the freshman lawmaker joins calls for the US to have a people-first approach to granting refugee status to people from Haiti and Afghanistan.

A viral video confirming Trump ordered the military withdrawal from Afghanistan stands in stark contrast to the revisionist history provided by right-wing trolls disingenuously blaming President Joe Biden for the international debacle.

Wyclef Jean reacted to the latest earthquake in his homeland of Haiti by pleading with his fans to help. Here's a list of charitable resources and local organizations accepting donations to help Haiti.

Still recovering from two prior earthquakes and political upheaval, the Caribbean nation braces itself as the international community sends 'thoughts and prayers.'

Veteran Nollywood actress Rachael Oniga, a legendary presence in the Nigerian movie industry who was known for her maternal roles, died July 31. She was 64 years old.

Ramon "Hushpuppi" Abbas, a Nigerian social media star who flaunted a luxurious lifestyle that the DOJ says was obtained through illicit means, has pleaded guilty to scamming and defrauding a businessman and others out of tens of millions of dollars.

In honor of Nelson Mandela Day celebrating the birthday of South Africa's first Black president, here is a complete timeline outlining some of the key events in the legendary life of "Madiba."

The U.S. government had a stern warning in no uncertain terms for any Haitians considering trying to flee and seek asylum in the U.S. following the assassination of the island nation's president: Don't do it.

While Moïse's presidential term was riddled with criticism and controversy, the loss of the nation's leader invites valid questions regarding the country's future amid fears of rising gang and police violence as well as political instability.