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  • Former Ivory Coast leader faces charges of crimes against humanity

     
    Former Ivory Coast president, Laurent Gbagbo, faces charges of crimes against humanity. The International Criminal Court at the Hague announced Wednesday that Laurent Gbagbo, the former president of Ivory Coast, faces four charges of crimes against...
  • Climate change could shrink chocolate production: report

     
    Scientists say climate change will eventually claim many victims -– including, according to a new report, chocolate. As temperatures increase and weather trends change, the main growing regions for cocoa could shrink drastically, according to new...
  • LIBYA: Angelina Jolie, actress and ambassador, laments refugee crisis in Libya, West Africa

     
    Hollywood starlet Angelina Jolie, a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations' high commissioner for refugees, expressed serious concerns Wednesday about the tens of thousands of civilians caught up in turmoil in Libya and in West Africa's Ivory Coast,...
  • Jay Carney warns Syria a second time

     
    Obama press secretary worried about treatment of wounded demonstrators....
  • Obama warns new Ivory Coast leader on governing inclusively

     
    U.S. president pleased with what the French did in Cote d'Ivoire....
  • Ticket pic of the week: Did Gallup poll her about Obama?

     
    President Obama's approval/disapproval ratings have new reached new lows and highs, respectively. But this working woman in Ivory Coast still cats her sartorial vote for the Democrat....
  • Jay Carney's newest warning to Syria on violence

     
    Jay Carney statement on Syria, as provided by Jay Carney We strongly condemn and deplore the Syrian government’s use of violence and mass arrests in response to ongoing demonstrations. We again salute the courage of Syrian protestors for insisting...
  • Food price rises spark protests, hoarding

    Anger over high food prices has sparked protests in several countries. Surging food prices have posed a particular risk to poor economies. Here are some details of recent price rise protests and disturbances: * BURKINA FASO - Unions called a general...
  • Julie Ward's fabrics: out of Africa and into America's stores

    Julie Ward's fabrics: out of Africa and into America's stores
    THE TRIBAL trend is one of the hottest this summer. The graphic prints and the bold dyes of the fabrics are popping up everywhere, but although most are mere knockoffs -- loomed, printed and dyed simply to look exotic -- a few are the real thing, and...
  • A war on women

    Greetings from a war zone that's not Iraq. And not Afghanistan either. I'm checking in from West Africa, where I've been working with women in three neighboring countries, all recently torn apart by civil wars: Liberia, Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast....
  • Money clashes with mission

    When the cold call came from Ameriquest Mortgage Co., a top lender, Jeff and Cheryl Busby were intrigued. They had been wanting to renovate the garage of their small bungalow, a stone's throw from picturesque Green Lake. The agent, they said, promised...
  • ‘Group of Death’ starts off with 0-0 draw

     
    Portugal and Ivory Coast are expected to battle for second place in the much-feared Group G race, and on Tuesday, they did little to separate themselves from each other, playing to an exciting, if not tentative, 0-0 draw. The Portuguese had the best...