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5th annual Ghana Parade and Festival held in Crotona Park

The Christian Journal, Bronx NY – Ghanaians in the Bronx, New York came out on August 9 2014 to attend and support the Ghana Day Parade in Crotona Park in


Ghana: Volunteerism Is Essential – Evangelist Yeboah

Government of Ghana – The Spokesperson for the Ampiah-Kwofie World Outreach (AKWO), Evangelist Emmanuel Yeboah has said volunteerism among the citizenry was essential in the wake of the economic challenges


Missouri Protests Resume Over Black Teen’s Shooting Death

ST. Louis, VOA News — More than 100 demonstrators marched peacefully in St. Louis, calling for the arrest of a white police officer who shot dead an unarmed black teenager

Entertainment News

Nigeria’s ‘Nollywood’ Movie Industry Rolls at High Gear

Heather Murdock, VOA News Lagos—Twenty years after its birth in a video shop in Lagos, Nigeria’s “Nollywood” is one of the most prolific film industries on earth. Despite low budgets

Headlines Politics

Italian politician asks Pope for exorcism after Congolese MP ‘puts spell on him’

Roberto Calderoli, who said that Italy’s first black minister reminded him of an orang-utan, has asked for an exorcism after accusing Cecile Kyenge’s father of putting a curse on him

Church & Ministries

ICGC’s Destiny Summit called off due to Ebola – The International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) has cancelled its much-anticipated ‘Destiny Summit’ as a result of the deadly Ebola virus, which has so far claimed over 1,400 lives


Nigeria: Boko Haram Declares ‘Islamic Caliphate’ in Captured Christian Town

By Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post Reporter- Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haram has declared an “Islamic Caliphate” in the predominantly Christian town of Gwoza, which it seized earlier in August and

Africa World

WHO: Ebola outbreak underestimated

The West Australian – The magnitude of the Ebola outbreak has been underestimated because families hide infected relatives in their homes, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. Because Ebola has

Headlines World

Catholic Church Gave Too Much Sympathy to Pedophile Priests, Australian Archbishop Admits

The Roman Catholic Church in Australia has often given too much sympathy to pedophile priests and has not taken abuse allegations seriously enough, Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart admitted before a

Africa Headlines Sports

Cameroonian player dies in Algeria after being hit by object from crowd

BBC Sports – Cameroonian footballer Albert Ebosse has died after being hit by an object thrown by fans at a game in Algeria. Ebosse, who was 24, was declared dead