Rwanda genocide anniversary: The country will mourn for 100 days.
People hold candles in remembrance at a vigil at Amahoro Stadium (Photo: AFP) (BBC News) Rwanda’s president said the country had become “a family once again”, while marking the 25th anniversary of the genocide that killed 800,000 people. Paul Kagame, who led a rebel force that ended the slaughter, lit a remembrance flame in the […]
The power of the internet has increased our information in regards to what’s happening around the world. We’re able to meet a lot of people more quickly than ever before. At one time, we were excited when someone could find a business partner who lived in a different state than them. However, nowadays, people on […]
According to the Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, the Consulate General in New York exercises consular jurisdiction in the following states of the eastern seaboard of the United States of America—Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts,New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. The main purpose for the Consulate General is to manage relations […]
Senator Kamala Harris waves to crowd after announcing her candidacy for president (Photo: Kim Wilson / Shutterstock.com) On January 21, 2019, California Senator Kamala Harris threw her hat into the ring for the presidency. Harris is one of five other women announcing their candidacy for the presidency in the 2020 United States presidential election. She joins other […]
Kwame meaning (born on a Saturday) and Ola (meaning precious), he entered the world on Saturday, March 15, 1980 and was the only son of Yvette Rennie and Bernard Williams. He came into this world with a big heart to match the big destiny he came to fulfill. He began to boldly walk into this […]
Recently, there has been a push to help the immigrant community in New York City. The city and state have partnered with the New York Immigration Coalition in an effort to assist individuals who have an immigrant status, so that they can legally obtain a driver’s license. According to David Dyssegaard Kallick, the Deputy Director […]
In the United States, women won the liberty to exercise their vote in 1920.
(By Dana Mathura) If you are lucky, you have grown up in an era where you or your daughters have seen women like Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton run for vice presidential candidacy and presidential candidacy, respectively. Times, though, was not always so welcoming to women running for political office. America has an extensive history […]
Before the 2018 state election cycle, universal rent control was not a common phrase among New Yorkers. When the idea gained popularity, thanks to the campaigns of progressive insurgents such as Cynthia Nixon, Jumaane Williams and Julia Salazar, it seemed to some like an ill-defined pipe-dream. But now, just two months into the state Legislative […]
Your alarm clock echoes in the early morning hour as you begin your daily routine of flipping on the TV to listen to the traffic report. The last thing you want is to be late for work. But you might be very late for work if you’re in a car accident. Becoming a statistic should […]
WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) – The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) says a significant number of people with epilepsy in the Caribbean do not receive treatment. It said epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders in the world, affecting about 50 million people, five million of whom live in the Americas. The epilepsy […]