Nelson Mandela was released from prison on Feb. 11, 1990, after he and other African National Congress leaders were sentenced to life for attempting to overthrow the South African government.

Nelson Mandela was given a life sentence in 1964 after being convicted of plotting to sabotage the South African government, and he remained in prison until Feb. 2, 1990.

It's seldom remembered that Black people were also casualties of the genocidal Nazi terrorism known as the Holocaust.

Parts of Europe were in full panic mode as public health officials there reported what seemed to be the U.K. outbreak of a new mutant strain of Covid-19 that is described as being exponentially more contagious.

Six years after hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped, Boko Haram continues to wage attacks on rural areas in the northwestern and northeastern regions of Nigeria.