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Nursing Homes Ask States For Immunity From Civil Suits Amid COVID-19

The people most vulnerable to the coronavirus are older adults with underlying health conditions. And that perfectly describes the residents of nursing homes. There are no authoritative numbers on fatalities,

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New York survey suggests nearly 14% in state may have coronavirus antibodies

A preliminary survey of New York state residents found that nearly 14% of those tested had antibodies against the novel coronavirus, suggesting that some 2.7 million may already have been

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Former top Ghanaian nurse at Jacobi, worried about lack of testing, dies of coronavirus

The former head nurse of Jacobi Medical Center’s psychiatric unit was concerned about the lack of coronavirus precautions and testing while working there — only to end up dying of the contagion

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Nigerian Man Pleads Guilty In Manhattan Federal Court To Participating In Business Email Compromise Scams

Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that ONYEKACHI EMMANUEL OPARA pled guilty today before U.S. District Judge Paul A. Crotty

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New York: Rev. Seth Baah Honored by The New York Regional Police

Afrikan Post – Rev, Seth Baah was invited as a guest speaker at the graduating ceremony for The New York Regional Police Chaplain Ordination. Rev. Seth Baah encouraged the ordained


Ghana: Busy African Ports Open Up to Jade Master Terminal

PR Newswire, New York – Christchurch, New Zealand — Jade Software’s port management software, Master Terminal has been selected by one of Africa’s busiest port operators, Ghana Ports and Harbours

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Forum held in memory of Kofi Awoonor

Ghana Mission – A forum has been held in Manhattan, New York in memory of Prof. Kofi Nyidevu Awoonor, former Chairman of Ghana’s Council of State who was among 67

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Making crime pay – the development role of gangsters

New York,  IRIN– A precarious gang truce brokered in 2011 in El Salvador has many crime experts wondering whether “talking to criminals” in other places could reduce criminal violence and

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City Unveils Campaign to Improve Girls’ Self-Esteem

By Anemona Hartocollis,  New York Times The fashion industry and Madison Avenue are not anathema to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg in the same way that soda companies and big tobacco


Ministry and Marketplace Leaders to Convene for Movement Day on October 10

By Tom Campisi, Tri-Stae Voice – Facilitating collaborative partnerships is a specialty of The New York City Leadership Center. And the annual Movement Day Conference in New York City has