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1. I Believe the Scripture before Man, Because it Says it in the Scripture and Not Man
December 10, 2016

If you use any of this in your sermon you must quote, "This is from a disabled man named Robert S. Howard". Thanks for doing that.I Believe the Scripture before ManBecause it Says it in the ScriptureOne of the three books that Solomon wrote is, Ecclesiastes. In Ecclesiastes 1:9, I do believe the writing of this book was God inspired because, it is in the Bible. God had everything put in to his Word from the inspiration of the Holy Ghost. You may have to read, study, and wait for a while to get the meaning of something from His Word but, God will reveal certain things to you at the appointed ti... (read more)

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2. Strong Earthquake Hits Solomon Islands for 2nd Day in a Row
December 09, 2016

An earthquake of 6.9 magnitude struck early Saturday off the coast of the Solomon Islands, one day after a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit the same area. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there was no major tsunami threat, but cautioned that waves up to 3 meters were possible along the coast of the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea. There were no immediate reports of widespread damage or injuries. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake occurred at a depth of 10 kilometers...... (read more)

3. Powerful Quake Near Solomon Islands Triggers Tsunami Warning
December 08, 2016

A powerful 7.7 magnitude earthquake had hit off the Solomon Islands, triggering a tsunami warning. "Hazardous tsunami waves from this earthquake are possiblewithin the next three hours along some coasts of SolomonIslands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Nauru, New Caledonia, Tuvaluand Kosrae," the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said. Details are still coming in.  ... (read more)

4. Appeal Filed in Ethiopian Surveillance Case
November 06, 2016

A U.S. citizen who believes his computer was hacked by the Ethiopian government is appealing for the right to have his case against a foreign government heard in a higher U.S. court. In 2014, a district court found that “Kidane,” a man living in Maryland who has worked with members of the Ethiopian diaspora and was critical of the government, could not sue Ethiopia for using software to monitor his activity. The 2014 decision determined that U.S. courts do not have jurisdiction because...... (read more)

5. Ethiopia Appoints 21 New Ministers Amid State of Emergency
November 01, 2016

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has announced a Cabinet reshuffle, following months of often-violent protests which led the government to declare a state of emergency. Ethiopia’s parliament has unanimously approved 21 new appointees, the prime minister said Tuesday.  He said the new ministers were picked for competence and commitment rather than “party loyalty." The appointees include a new minister of foreign affairs, Workneh Gebeyehu, who replaces Tedros...... (read more)

6. UN Commission of Inquiry Calls for Eritrean Leaders to Face Justice
October 31, 2016

A U.N.-backed commission assigned to investigate human rights violations in Eritrea is calling for a tribunal or a special court system to hear allegations of crimes by Eritrean leaders. A U.N. report alleged last June that the leaders of the Eritrean government have committed crimes against humanity over more than two decades. In its report, the commission of inquiry outlined evidence of forced disappearance, torture, indefinite imprisonment without trial and other inhumane acts...... (read more)

7. Nigerian Boarding School Aims to Save Children Who Lost Parents to Boko Haram
October 26, 2016

Boko Haram's insurgency in Nigeria has victimized thousands of people, but none have felt as much pain as the children who have lost both parents to the terror group. A boarding school in the northeast Nigerian state of Borno was established a year ago to help these children and now has 100 students. VOA’s Hausa Service reporter Baraje Bashir visited the school and filed this report narrated by Salem Solomon.... (read more)

8. Fate of Children in Doubt as Calais Camp Demolition Begins
October 25, 2016

The demolition of the camp that came to symbolize Europe’s refugee crisis is underway in Calais, France. Commonly known as “the jungle,” the camp has been home to an estimated 6,500 people, according to the French government, including 1,200 unaccompanied and separated children. Some of those children are now being offered the chance to relocate to Britain.   Nearly 200 will make the journey there including 150 who will be reunited with families already living there, Celine...... (read more)

9. Female Genital Mutilation Haunts Somalis in US
October 24, 2016

The United Nations estimates 200 million girls and women in more than 30 countries have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM). Somalia has the highest rate in the world recorded by the United Nations, with about 98 percent the country's female population between the ages of 15 and 49 affected by FGM.  Although the procedure is illegal in the United States, many Somali natives now residing in the U.S. underwent FGM as young girls and still live with pain. And, in some...... (read more)

10. Ethiopia Using Emergency Law to Quash Protest Movement
October 21, 2016

The state of emergency in effect in Ethiopia since October 8 is being used broadly to silence critical media voices and lock up suspected dissidents, according to a range of reports coming in from the country. More than 1,000 people who are considered “ringleaders” or “bandits” have been arrested in Ethiopia since a national state of emergency began, according to state-controlled Fana Broadcasting Corporation (FBC). Some of the hotspots have included north Gonder and the surrounding...... (read more)

11. Mozambique Negotiator's Killing May Re-focus Peace Talks
October 14, 2016

Last week's brazen killing of a senior opposition negotiator Jeremias Pondeca dealt a blow to Mozambique’s already troubled peace talks, further postponing the oft-delayed closed-door talks that are aimed at finding a path to peace in this Southern African nation. For more than a year, Mozambique’s ruling party and opposition have been engaged in stop-and-start peace talks that have, so far, produced no solution.   The two sides were enemies during Mozambique’s brutal, 15-year...... (read more)

12. Foreign-owned Enterprises Targeted in Ethiopia's Oromia Region
October 12, 2016

Foreign-owned companies have become the latest targets of violence during the unrest in the Oromia region of Ethiopia. Government officials are worried the violence could derail the country's economic growth, but analysts say addressing protesters' grievances is also key to maintaining the nation's upward economic trajectory. "You cannot just focus on building the economy and talk about double-digit growth," said Anuradah Mittal, executive director of the Oakland...... (read more)

13. How Long Will DRC Allow President Kabila to Remain in Office?
October 10, 2016

Tensions remain high as the scheduled presidential election date approaches in the Democratic Republic of Congo. All sides agree that elections will not take place in November as planned, but the question remains: how long will the public allow President Joseph Kabila to remain in office without standing for reelection? The outer time limit for the election was set recently by the DRC’s Independent National Election Commission (CENI) which said it needs until December 2018 to complete the...... (read more)

14. Ethiopia Protests Continue Despite Call for Calm
October 05, 2016

Ethiopia is observing an official mourning period for more than 50 people killed during a crackdown and stampede at an ethnic cultural festival in the Oromia region Sunday.  At the same time, the country is seeing a continuation, possibly an escalation, of the anti-government protests that sparked the violence. Hundetu Biratu took part in a protest that turned deadly Monday in Dembidolo, a town in southwestern Ethiopia. She told VOA that her brother was shot and killed during the...... (read more)

15. UN: 10,000 Children Kept From School in CAR
September 30, 2016

The U.N. Children's Fund says about 10,000 children in the Central African Republic have not been in school this week because armed groups are occupying their classrooms. School started last week across the Central African Republic, but UNICEF says about 400 schools have been affected in provinces outside the capital, Bangui. That amounts to one-fifth of the country's primary schools and one-third of the nation's children. Herve Verhoosel, spokesman for the U.N....... (read more)

16. Security Efforts, Dialogue Go Hand in Hand in C.A.R., UN Mission Says
September 29, 2016

Sporadic clashes between rebel groups in several villages in the Central African Republic are threatening the nation’s fragile peace process. Three weeks ago, about 30 people were killed in fighting in Kouango, about 160 kilometers east of the capital, Bangui, on the Ubangi River, regional MINUSCA spokesperson Vladimir Monteiro told VOA. Two more people were killed in Kaga-Bandoro and four in Domete in clashes between ex-Seleka rebels, a group that rose to power in 2013, and the...... (read more)

17. Activists Seek Release of Eritrean Journalist Jailed 15 Years
September 28, 2016

Eritrean journalist Seyoum Tsehaye has been missing for 15 years. Human Rights Watch would like to see that he is not forgotten. As part of its Free Them campaign to highlight political prisoners around the globe, the rights group is focusing attention on Seyoum, the former head of Eritrean state television, who was taken from his Asmara home by government agents on September 21, 2001, and has not been seen or heard from since. Seyoum was part of a group of Eritrean journalists...... (read more)

18. Nigeria's Buhari Talks Boko Haram, Niger Delta Avengers, Corruption
September 26, 2016

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has said his government is not ready to negotiate with Boko Haram until it is clear who is leading the terror group. “I gave directives on three different occasions and I am not ready to go beyond this unless the leaders of Boko Haram come out in the open and say that they are leaders of Boko Haram,” he told VOA last week on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. "Then I will be ready to talk to them but not [to]...... (read more)

19. Internet Blackouts, Elections Increasingly Linked in African Countries
September 22, 2016

It’s becoming commonplace in many African nations:  as an election approaches, the internet goes dark. Gabon is the latest country to employ internet censorship during a closely contested election, but other countries, including Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Chad, Mali, Zimbabwe and the Republic of Congo have used the tactic this year, either during elections or in response to protests. Observers say that as internet access becomes a necessity in the lives of many people, a dialogue is...... (read more)

20. Nigerian Uses Roller Skating to Unite Youths in the Streets
September 18, 2016

Inspired by a Hollywood movie, one Nigerian is bringing roller skating to the streets of his hometown. His goal is to unite young people in an impoverished neighborhood. Illiyasu Kassimu from Jos has the story, Salem Solomon narrates.... (read more)

21. Fate of American Citizen Unknown After Four Years in Eritrean Prison
September 18, 2016

Ciham Ali Abdu of Eritrea was 15 years old when she was arrested as she tried to cross the border into Sudan.  Born in Los Angeles, California, she is the only American citizen imprisoned in Eritrea.   Her family, friends and the representatives from the U.S. Embassy in Asmara have had no news about her whereabouts or her health for the nearly four years she has been in prison.   Ciham is also a unique case.  She is the daughter of Ali Abdu, the former minister...... (read more)

22. Ethiopian Runner Says Olympic Protest Was Planned
September 15, 2016

Ethiopian runner Feyisa Lelisa, the silver medalist in last month's Olympic men's marathon, said his defiant, finish-line gesture against the Ethiopian government was no spontaneous act. Feyisa grabbed worldwide attention when he crossed his wrists above his head in a sign of solidarity with anti-government protests in his native Oromia region that have left hundreds dead since last November. "As soon as I was selected [for the Olympics], I decided that I would use this...... (read more)

23. Ethiopian Runner Calls on US to Push for Human Rights in His Country
September 14, 2016

Feyisa Lilesa, the Ethiopian silver medalist in the marathon at last month's Rio Olympics, was in Washington this week, calling on the U.S. Congress to take action in solidarity with Ethiopians protesting their government. “I know that Americans are peace-loving people. My people are also peace-loving people, but they have been denied peace for a very long time,” he said in his native Afaan Oromoo at a news conference Tuesday on Capitol Hill. “People are calling for the freedom,...... (read more)

24. Critics Skeptical that Prisoner Release Signals Change in Ethiopia
September 13, 2016

The Ethiopian government pardoned more than 700 prisoners in celebration of New Year's Day on the Ethiopian calendar and the Muslim holiday Eid. Among those released were people charged under the country's controversial anti-terror law. Critics of the law say it is used to stifle dissent and lock up political opposition members. Ustaz Kamil Shemsu was imprisoned in 2012 when many Muslims in Ethiopia protested what they said was government interference in their religious...... (read more)

25. In Northern Mali, Youth Feel Left Out of Progress
September 12, 2016

The West African nation of Mali has undergone an extraordinary transformation since 2012. Events have included a military coup, a foreign military operation to battle Islamist insurgents in the north and a presidential election; but, many young people in Mali who have lived through the turmoil are now asking, “What about us?” Recent demonstrations in northern cities like Gao and Timbuktu reveal that a 2015 peace agreement designed to end conflict in Mali has left the youth feeling left...... (read more)

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