The law addresses the evolving issues and questions that relate to commercial agencies in Kuwait and clarifies a number of issues.
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Traditionally, around Christmastime, Dutch adults and children have donned frilly wigs, red lips, and blackface make-up as an ode to Zwarte Piet, or Black Pete, the companion of Saint Nicholas.
In 1838, Georgetown University sold 272 slaves to pay off its massive debts. The university received the equivalent of $3.3 million after they were sold to plantations in Louisiana.
A new government indigenization and economic empowerment bill in Namibia has many white business owners pondering whether to leave the country or take court action.
As host of the 31st Olympic Games, Rio de Janeiro will attract as many as 500,000 tourists. Yet, the widely reported efforts to prepare for the games have left many questioning whether Rio is ready.
President Obama’s historic three-day trip to Cuba not only marked the first visit by a sitting U.S. president since the 1959 revolution, but also represented a source of pride and inspiration for many Afro-Cubans.
Peter Herbert is suing the Ministry of Justice for racial discrimination following a recommendation that he be given a written warning over remarks he made.
Mexican citizens may now officially identify themselves as “Afro-Mexican” on national censuses.
Private trade credit insurance agencies often struggle with insuring African risk due to the lack of available information.
The Garifuna have been threatened with the loss of communal lands to pave the way for foreign investors as US Capital Energy have worked to gain the support of Garifuna villagers.