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Ghana mortuaries congested as people avoid private burials

Mortuaries in Ghana are congested as families shun private burials that have been necessitated by the ban on social gatherings aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus. Bereaved members of


Coronavirus: Ghanaian Pregnant nurse dies but baby ‘well’ after delivery

The baby of a “highly valued and loved” nurse who died after contracting Covid-19 has been delivered successfully. Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong, 28, had worked for five years at Luton and

Church & Ministries

Virginia pastor who defiantly held church service dies of coronavirus

He practiced what he preached — then he died of coronavirus. An evangelical pastor died of COVID-19 just weeks after proudly showing off how packed his Virginia church was —


COVID-19 Heralds Mass Cleanup in Ghanaian Capital

ACCRA – As residents in Ghana’s capital, Accra, are told to stay indoors to help combat the spread of COVID-19, government and city authorities are tackling the waste that sits

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UN General Assembly to Decide on Rival COVID-19 Resolutions

UNITED NATIONS – How should the U.N. General Assembly and its 193 member states respond to the coronavirus pandemic? Members have been sent two rival resolutions for consideration — and


Beijing faces a diplomatic crisis after reports of mistreatment of Africans in China causes outrage

(CNN)Beijing is facing a diplomatic crisis in Africa after reports of alleged coronavirus-related discrimination against African nationals in China sparked widespread anger across the continent.African students and expatriates in the southern Chinese


Coronavirus: US death toll overtakes Italy as world’s highest

The United States has now overtaken Italy to have the highest death toll from coronavirus in the world. The latest data, compiled by Johns Hopkins University, shows more than 20,000

Africa Coronavirus

450,000 Africans projected to contract coronavirus by May

Africa could see up to 450,000 people test positive for the highly infectious Coronavirus (Covid-19) by the second week of May, putting the continent’s fragile health systems under severe test. A team


African ambassadors in China complain to government over ‘discrimination’

African ambassadors in China have written to the country’s foreign minister over what they call discrimination against Africans as the country seeks to prevent a resurgence of the Coronavirus. Several African

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Pope Francis says, ‘Do not be afraid, do not yield to fear’

Pope Francis told followers to “not yield to fear” while leading an Easter Vigil the night before Easter Sunday inside an empty St. Peter’s Basilica on Saturday.Quoting Jesus upon the