Friday Apr 11
The Miami Herald
Up the river in West Africa
The radiant sun was starting its late-afternoon descent, and I was gliding on glassy water through a Gambian archipelago of tropical rain-forest islands in a brightly painted boat, a converted ferry with an upper deck and even a soft-drink bar.
Adama Paris to fashion industry: 'Stop discrimination, black is...
Wearing a stylish red dress and a beaming smile, celebrated fashion designer Adama Paris sits comfortably inside her spacious living room in Dakar, the vibrant seaside capital of Senegal, as we discuss her inspirations.
Ebola Outbreak in Guinea: Wellesley Expert Available to Comment
Patterson says: "The Ebola outbreak on the border of Guinea and Sierra Leone is quite significant.
Adama Paris: Why I started Black Fashion Week
For five days every June, designers from West Africa and across the world descend on Dakar to showcase their collections to buyers and the media.
An alarming outlook for Senegal's hungry
LOUGA/DAKAR, 12 March 2014 - The number of food insecure in the Sahel is expected to grow to more than 20 million in 2014, mainly due to an increase in cases in northern Nigeria, northern Cameroon and Senegal.