Black World Archive

Cameroon-Yaounde:Ibrahim MOUSSA completely deformed by Biya’s police

Ibrahim MOUSSA Belo has been completely disfigured by police in Ombessa Yaoundé. He was  detained  for 2 weeks at the Ombessa police station Yaoundé but was later found by the road side with both limbs completely disfigured. He is presently at the Ombessa hospital Read on » » »

‘Gay panic’ defence axed in Australia state

A law that has been used by alleged killers as a partial defence to unwanted homosexual advances has been scrapped in an Australian state, with campaigners hailing it a victory for equality. Queensland’s parliament late on Tuesday passed an amendment to the criminal code Read on » » »

Australia close to resettling nearly 12 000 Syrian refugees

Australia is close to resettling the 12 000 refugees from the war in Syria and Iraq it promised to urgently take more than a year ago, an official said on Wednesday. All 12 000 have been issued visas and more than 10 000 have Read on » » »

CAF: I will not be unemployed in Cameroon – dethroned Hayatou

The election of Malagasy Ahmed Ahmed as new president at the head of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) at the 39th general assembly surprised many last thursday March 16, in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, where he obtained  34 votes of the 54 Read on » » »

USA:Trump barrels ahead with plan to gut Obamacare

Washington – President Donald Trump on Saturday vowed to press ahead with a controversial plan, slowed by bickering within his Republican party, to repeal Obamacare’s signature healthcare law. “We are making great progress with healthcare. ObamaCare is imploding and will only get worse. Republicans Read on » » »

Cameroon-Martin Nkemngu: The First Journalist to visit Lake Nyos after the Disaster

When we arrived at Nyos village, we found that nearly all living things had perished. The villages affected were Nyos, Subum, Chah and Fang. Martin Nkemngu recounts: On August 21, 1986 when the Lake Nyos disaster occurred, I was serving in Bamenda as Provincial Read on » » »

USA:Trump’s new travel order: Sudan, Somalia and Libya remain banned

United States, Donald John Trump, has signed a revised travel ban banning citizens of 6 Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. Three African countries are affected by the ban which is expected to take effect after 10 days. Somalia, Sudan and Libya have Read on » » »

Cameroon: There’s Evidence of Genocide in Anglophone Regions – Ben Muna 

Ben Muna  Former Deputy Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Barrister Bernard Acho Muna has said that a group of lawyers are currently compiling a dossier to be deposited at either the International Criminal Court, ICC, the International Criminal Court of Read on » » »

Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia) Pressure Groups Create United Front to Restore Statehood:

The drive towards the total restoration of the statehood of the Southern Cameroons has scored the biggest victory of all times. About all the organizations previously scattered across the world with separate and sometimes contradictory positions on what should be good for the people Read on » » »

French Diplomat warned against Integration between East & West Cameroon Two months after Reunification.

J.N foncha (left) Ahmadou Ahidjo (right)The First impressions of French diplomats in Cameroon two months after Plebiscite was that Reunification will be difficult. According to a letter from the Chargé d’Affaires of the French Embassy in Yaoundé on November 25, 1961 of which Read on » » »

Adolf Hitler phone sells for $243 000

A telephone owned by Adolf Hitler has sold at auction for $243 000. Andreas Kornfeld of Alexander Historical Auctions said the phone sold on Sunday afternoon to a person who bid by phone. The auction house does not disclose the names of buyers. Bidding Read on » » »

Why human men don’t have penis bones

British researchers think they’re closer to an answer to why human males don’t have penis bones, even though their close cousins, chimpanzees, have them. “Monogamy may have done away with the penis bone,” said Matilda Brindle of University College London, who led the study Read on » » »

Cameroon:From Prison, Barr. Nkongho pays tribute to his late dad.

Agbor Nkongho : ⁠⁠⁠A Tribute To A Hero 10th of December 2016 is a day that I normally celebrate because it is the international human rights day, but this particular 10th of December 2016 will have a double significance in my life. It is Read on » » »


  Fon John Njoya Samuel of Bamuka-Ndop More than 200 West Cameroonians form every works of life (children ,woman and men )are presently gathered at the palace of Bamuka Ndop demanding the release of those arrested on the 8th of February by forces of Read on » » »

WATCH: Obamas vs Richard Branson in private island kitesurfing battle

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands  — Former President Barack Obama, and his wife, Michelle, have spent some time vacationing with Richard Branson since leaving the White House. The Virgin Group founder put up a blog post with pictures and video of the ex-president kitesurfing Read on » » »


IMBOLO MBUE In the summer of 2002, I walked into a hair salon in New Jersey and asked a stylist to cut off all my hair. I was done having hair. Enough with the pain of straightening it with a chemical that scalded parts Read on » » »

USA:Judge orders no sex for man convicted of rape

Twin Falls – An US judge has ordered a 19-year-old man not to have sex with anyone before he marries as part of his sentencing for statutory rape of a 14-year-old girl. Judge Randy Stoker sentenced Cody Duane Scott Herrera of Twin Falls to Read on » » »

US-Bernie Sanders on Trump: ‘This guy is a fraud’

Bernie Sanders says he was willing to give President Trump the benefit of the doubt when it came to taking on Wall Street — one issue both populist candidates were in agreement on during the 2016 campaign. But the Vermont senator says Trump hasn’t Read on » » »

Trump tweets; finally exposes modern medicine: Vaccines cause Autism!

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Dozens killed in first US raid in Yemen under Trump

Aden – A US raid in Yemen killed 41 suspected al-Qaeda militants and 16 civilians on Sunday, an official said, in what would be America’s first military action in the country under President Donald Trump. Eight women and eight children were among those killed Read on » » »