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US House passes ‘George Floyd’ police reform bill

The US House of Representatives has passed a sweeping police reform bill that currently has little prospect of becoming law amid partisan gridlock. The Democratic-controlled...

Zimbabwe’s fuel prices rise by 150%

The price of petrol and diesel in Zimbabwe is to more than double with immediate effect, the country’s energy regulatory authority has announced. The increase...

Germany, France increase funding to WHO

Germany and France have said they will increase their financial contributions to the World Health Organization (WHO), weeks after the US said it would...

Senegal reopens schools with strict guidelines

Senegal has allowed students to sit for national exams back in schools but under strict guidelines that include hand-washing, keeping distances, temperature checks, and...

Coronavirus: Second German state locked down after outbreak

German authorities in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia have reimposed lockdown restrictions in two districts after a spike in cases, with more than half...

Coronavirus: Death toll in Latin America and Caribbean hits 100,000

A tally of figures collated by Johns Hopkins University shows that the total number of coronavirus-related deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean is...

Human trials for Coronavirus vaccine start in South Africa

Human trials for a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Oxford University are beginning in South Africa and in Brazil. Some 2,000 people in South Africa will...

Liberia’s Education Minister in Ghana for Coronavirus treatment

Liberia’s Education Minister, Professor Ansu D. Sonii Jnr has been brought to Ghana for COVID-19 treatment. According to news sources within the COVID-19 case management...

Voting begins in Malawi’s historic re-run poll

Polls have opened in Malawi a year on from President Peter Mutharika’s disputed election victory that was annulled nearly five months ago. Mr Mutharika, who...

China, South Korea, Australia confirm new Coronavirus cases

China, South Korea, and Australia reported more cases of the novel coronavirus on Tuesday. In South Korea, health authorities said infections had rebounded as new...

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Osafo-Maafo tests positive for COVID-19

Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo-Maafo has tested positive for COVID-19. This was announced by the Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah today, July 7, 2020....

Kotoka International Airport not for sale – Aviation Ministry

The Ministry of Aviation says it is not in any discussions relating to the sale of the Kotoka International Airport. Media reports and social...

COVID 19: Ghana’s case count hits 21,968

Ghana has recorded 891 new infections of the Coronavirus disease. This brings the total number of infections to 21,968. The Director-General of the Ghana...

Mahama picks Naana Opoku-Agyeman as running mate for 2020 elections

National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer, John Mahama has picked his former Education Minister Naana Opoku-Agyeman as running mate for the 2020 general elections. Prof....

Sick or dead students cannot write exams – Minority calls for schools to be closed again

The Minority in Parliament is calling on government to close schools again following reports that some senior high school (SHS) students have contracted the...
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