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Ghana’s Finance Minister announce diaspora bonds July -Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta says government is strongly considering issuing diaspora bonds to raise cheaper funds in a bid to tap into the wealth of Ghanaian emigrants. “We are thinking

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Alleged Nigerian kingpin ‘kidnapper’ Evans sues police chief

BBC News – An alleged head of a kidnapping ring in Lagos, Nigeria, is suing the Inspector-General of Police. Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, who is better known as Evans, says he was

Africa Sports

Tiote’s death a wake up call – Nwankwo Kanu

BBC News – Former Nigeria captain Nwankwo Kanu says the recent death of Ivory Coast’s Cheick Tiote should be a wake up call to act over heart problems in Africa.

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Bronx Lebanon hospital shooting: Gunman dead, multiple shot

PIX11 – The BRONX — A former doctor wearing a white lab coat who opened fire inside a Bronx hospital Friday killed at least one person and injured several others before

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Donald Trump’s lack of interest in Africa – In his first half year in office, the US president has spoken very little about Africa, except in the context of a budget proposal that demands deep cuts

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Ghana debates banning pornography content on TV – Ghana’s media regulator has ordered TV stations to stop airing pornography after public complaints. But Ghanaians are divided on the matter. The order came after some Ghanaians petitioned

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Europe Sees Spike in Nigerian Women Trafficked for Prostitution

VOA News – Police and aid groups say more than 60 percent of illegal prostitutes in Belgium are trafficked from Nigeria. Many are only teenagers and almost all come from

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Nigeria corruption investigator Austin Okwor survives shooting

A top investigator with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on June 24, 2017 escaped death by the whiskers when gunmen opened fire on him in Port Harcourt, Rivers

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Vatican aide Cardinal George Pell charged with historical sexual abuse

Deutsche Welle – Vatican finance chief Cardinal George Pell has been charged with multiple sexual offenses, Australian police say. Pell is now the highest-ranking Vatican official to be charged in

Africa Politics

Liberia Vote 2017: 26 Political Parties to Partake in October Elections

Liberia’s National Elections Commission (NEC) has certified four more political parties to the active 22 ahead of the October 10 general elections. Cllr. Jerome Korkoya, addressing reporters at his weekly