Dark Continent

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Dark Continent

the. a term for Africa when it was relatively unexplored
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He was filming his last movie, Monsters: The Dark Continent, in Jordan when he got word that the acclaimed series had been axed.
The covert sponsorship of the West is evident from the fact that a considerable portion of the production from the industries of the West is brokered to flared up the already going on clashes or to run guerrilla warfare in Asia and the Dark Continent.
Dubai: "Tweeter leaders" are leading the changes in Africa's socio-economic landscape that is helping bridge the gap between perception and reality in the Dark Continent, officials at a panel discussions at the Africa Global Business Conference, said.
SIR David Attenborough's television series Africa has boosted bookings to what used to be known as the Dark Continent.
It is a long time since Stanley met Livingstone in the heart of what was then called the Dark Continent.
Djibouti believes this is why it can be a showcase to the world for the wealth of opportunities and potential which exist within the region formerly known as the Dark Continent.
This web conference will look at the opportunities currently presented and the expected long term energy mix for the Dark Continent.
Traditionally, West Africa has supplied East Africa with large amounts of content, such as Nollywood (Nigerian) movies and series mainly from Nigeria and Ghana, while East Africa has rarely made sales to the western part of the Dark Continent.
5 billion dollars on acquiring cheap farming land in the dark continent.
September 27, 2010 (JUBA) -- The litany of African woes is rather too familiar, often captured in world media with scenes of impoverished children living in dusty and unhygienic places, a depiction of the appalling humanitarian conditions in the Dark Continent.
By 1898 Edward Morel had made public the atrocities in the Congo but in 1899, in the preface to his Through the Dark Continent, Stanley is still writing of the "wonderful character and extraordinary ability" of Leopold.
LOST Kingdoms of Africa (BBC Four, 8pm, Sunday) A light has been shone on the Dark Continent over the past few weeks with this terrifically illuminating series about Africa.