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A great voice for the people silenced

A great voice for the people silenced

Aug. 21 | Saado Ali Warsame, killed in Somalia, is remembered in Minnesota      By Issa A. Mansaray  Contributing Writer   Saado Ali Warsame, was known as a singer and a community leader. Many times she expressed her misgivings about injustices...

STATE OFFICIALS SCRAMBLE TO CALM EBOLA FEARS

STATE OFFICIALS SCRAMBLE TO CALM EBOLA FEARS

Aug. 17 | By Issa A. Mansaray Contributing Writer   As fear grips West Africa with an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus wreaking havoc in unprepared countries — Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leona and Nigeria — the Minnesota Department of Health is in a...

The life and legacy of Nelson Mandela

The life and legacy of Nelson Mandela

Dec. 11 | By Issa A. Mansaray  Contributing Writer   Nelson Mandela, 95, first Black president of South Africa who fought for the freedom of his people and against apartheid, died at about 8:50 pm local time on Thursday. Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, current...