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Kenyan forces pledge further push into Somalia

December 16, 2011

Kenyan troops and their Somali allies said Tuesday they will push deeper into insurgent-controlled territory in Somalia now that rains have stopped, as the U.N. called for $1.5 billion in aid for those hit by famine in the Horn of Africa nation.

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NABJ mourns the loss of Public Relations pioneer Ofield Dukes

December 16, 2011

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) mourns the loss of public relations pioneer Ofield Dukes, founder of Ofield Dukes & Associates, a prominent African-American owned public relations firm in Washington, DC. Dukes died lask week at Henry Ford Hospital in his hometown of Detroit.

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South Africa: Lawmakers adopt secrets bill

November 28, 2011

The governing African National Congress pushed a bill through South Africa’s parliament Tuesday to protect state secrets, despite strong objections from opposition politicians who included white conservatives and black nationalists who were enemies under apartheid.

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Medgar Evers’ widow christens Navy ship

November 20, 2011

Back in the early 1990s, when he was governor of Mississippi, Ray Mabus made Myrlie Evers a promise that she doubted he would ever keep: “I will do something at some point to see to it that Medgar Evers is remembered for the man he was,” Mabus told the widow of the World War II veteran and slain civil-rights leader.

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The Philadelphia Sunday Sun Staff