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Boko Haram has killed over 27,000 people since 2009 - UN

According to a newly released data by the United Nations, over 27,000 people have been killed since the outbreak of Boko Haram militancy in Nigeria in 2009.

Award-Winning Canadian Singer Deborah Cox In Ghana For ‘Ghana World Music Festival’

It’s the Year of Return In Ghana, a tall list of events have been lined up to welcome and entertained diasporans coming back to the country.

“Help Realise Vision Of Africa Beyond Aid” – President Akufo-Addo

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has charged Finance Ministers, Central Bank Governors and African Governors of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund to help realise the vision of a self-reliant Africa that is no longer dependent on the receipt of aid and charity.

Man finds mummified baby corpse while clearing out his mother's freezer

Adam Smith, a 37-year-old St. Louis man made a grisly discovery while clearing out his mother's freezer.....and it was a mummified baby corpse.

#AFWL19: Introducing the 2019 Global Ambassador, First Lady of Ekiti State, Nigeria. Her Excellency Erelu Bisi Fayemi.

The First Lady of Ekiti State in Nigeria is no stranger to the Africa Fashion Week London event, she first attended in 2012 and has expressed her admiration regarding the growth and development that has occurred within the organisation over the years.

Watch: First Look Of A Scene From Eli Kharis-produced ‘The Curfew’ Movie

The Ashanti Kingdom of Ghana, West Africa, is one of the few traditional institutions in Africa to maintain its rich culture since its inception in 1670. Until 1901 when they were defeated by the British, the Ashanti had a growing empire which was very powerful and conquered neighbouring kingdoms in its expansion project.

FIFA's CAF 'takeover' kicks off today with Samoura's '6-month loan'

Today (August 1) all things being equal is the first day of a management takeover of African football governing body by the global football governing body FIFA.

Former US President Ronald Reagan called Africans in the UN 'monkeys', in newly unearthed tapes

Former US President Ronald Reagan in a 1971 telephone call with then-President Richard Nixon described African delegates to the United Nations (UN) as "monkeys".

AFRIMA Withdraws Hosting Rights From Ghana

The International Committee of the All Africa Music Awards, (AFRIMA) has withdrawn the hosting rights from Republic of Ghana for the 2019 and 2020 editions of the All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, over lack of capacity by the Host Country to meet the financial and contractual obligations entered to on July 12,2018, necessary to retain hosting the biggest music event in Africa.

'Crown Prince of Terror', Osama bin Laden's son, Hamza is dead - US Intelligence report

Hamza bin Laden, the son of and possible successor to terror kingpin Osama bin Laden, is dead.