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Kwasi Enin, a first-generation Ghanaian-American high school senior on Long Island has been accepted at all eight of the elite Ivy League schools - Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Yale, Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania, he told Reuters between classes on Tuesday.

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Remember those images of Africa in the western media–which often irk you to turn off the TV…?  Those doom and gloom images of “The Dark Continent” marooned in the backwaters of war, poverty, and under-development?  Those grim depictions of “African savages” running naked in the

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For 26 years, Afropop Worldwide—the award-winning weekly radio program distributed by PRI Public Radio International to over 100 stations in the US—has taken radio listeners and web fans to some of the world’s most exciting cultural destinations: Egypt, both Congos, Senegal, Mali, Angola, Morocco, Ghana,

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A unique, Africa-led United Nations-backed fund designed to improve food security across the continent has become a reality for the first six countries slated to benefit from the initiative. The Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Malawi, Mali, the Niger and South Sudan today signed agreements in

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