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Showing posts from July 28, 2018

Midland offers house as compensation for woman assaulted by police

Midland Savings and Loans Company Limited has offered a house as compensation for Ms Patience Osafo, the woman who was assaulted by a police officer at the Shiashie branch banking hall last week.

Prominent US Catholic resigns over abuse claims

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a prominent US cardinal accused of sexually assaulting a teenager nearly 50 years ago.

US State of Nevada Pledges to Collaborate with Ghana in Major Sectors of the Economy

Governor of the State of Nevada in the United States of America, Brian Sandoval, has disclosed that his State will foster strong collaborations with Ghana on sectors such as Mining, Tourism, Renewable Energy, Agriculture, Education and Water.

Photos: Soldier sets himself on fire to protest after he was sacked

A former Ukrainian soldier was filmed setting himself on fire in protest after he was sacked from the army. Dramatic footage broadcast on Ukrainian television showed Serhii Ulianov dousing himself in petrol before setting his army uniform alight.

Museveni cleared to run again

The Constitutional Court in Uganda has cleared the way for President Yoweri Museveni to stand for a sixth term if he wants to.

Nigeria brings in fourth commander in 14 months to lead fight against Boko Haram

Nigeria has named its fourth commander in 14 months to lead the fight against the Islamist Boko Haram insurgency in the northeast, an army spokesman said on Friday.