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German Nurse Suspected Of Murdering At Least 86 Patients In His Care

NPR – A German police investigation has found evidence that a former nurse murdered at least 86 people in his care. “The realization of what we were able to learn

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Ghanaian Ministers Fellowship Annual Banquet

The Christian Journal, Bronx, New York – The Ghanaian Ministers Fellowship International of New York held its Annual Banquet at the Immaculate Pentecostal Church of Christ premises at Gun Hill

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On Day of Remembrance, UN says history of slave trade can help combat social injustice

UN News Service, 23 August 2017 – Remembering the universal demand for freedom that led to the 1791 insurrection by slaves in what is now Haiti, the head of the

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Ghanaians in the West Coast and Midland Regions of the US to Have Easy Access to Biometric Data Capturing Centers.

The Christian Journal, New York – As part of the avowed aim of Hon. Shirley A.   Botchway, ( MP) Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of Ghana to improve

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Hundreds feared dead in Sierra Leone mudslide

DW – Hundreds of people are believed to have died after a mudslide flattened dozens of houses on the outskirts of Freetown. Sierra Leone’s official coroner has said more than

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Kenya elections: three women make political history

VOA News – Under the shadow of an ongoing tallying dispute in Kenya’s presidential election, three women are set to become governors. However, there is still a long road to

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Kenya’s Electoral Commission: ‘We Are Now in the Final Stretch’

VOA News — Voters in Kenya are awaiting the announcement Friday of the winner of Tuesday’s presidential election that pitted incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta against opposition leader Raila Odinga. On Thursday, election

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US-Africa Trade Talks End With No Decision, Waning Enthusiasm

VOA News — Talks between African and U.S. officials to review the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) free-trade deal ended Thursday with no decision and a feeling on all sides

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Zimbabwe to build $1bn Robert Gabriel Mugabe university

BBC News – Zimbabwe is to build a $1bn (£770m) university dedicated to the man accused of leading his country to the brink of economic collapse, Robert Mugabe. Jonathan Moyo,

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Teenage migrants ‘deliberately drowned’ by smugglers in Yemen

BBC NEWS – At least 29 teenage migrants were deliberately drowned by a people smuggler in Yemen, the UN’s migration agency says. They were among 120 people who were deliberately