Ghana and Mexico hold bilateral talks in Accra

Ghana and Mexico hold bilateral talks in Accra

The Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister of Mexico, Ambassador Julian Ventura has pledged his country’s commitment to work together with Ghana to strengthen the bilateral relations between the two countries. Ambassador Julian Ventura is currently in Ghana on a three-day working

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Nigeria: FIFA bans Samson Siasia from football for life, gives reasons

Nigeria: FIFA bans Samson Siasia from football for life, gives reasons

World football governing body, FIFA has banned former Super Eagles coach, Samson Siasia, for life. Siasia was banned from all football-related activities by FIFA after being found guilty over bribery and attempt to manipulate matches at the international level.  

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Tanzania state official says plans underway to publicise married men in efforts to tame cheating

Tanzania state official says plans underway to publicise married men in efforts to tame cheating

The Tanzanian government is set to receive a proposal that will see names of married men published in an effort to help curb cheating among couples and save young women from heartbreaks.  The idea was announced by Dar es Salaam

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British Police Officer under investigation after appearing on Big Brother Nigeria

British Police Officer under investigation after appearing on Big Brother Nigeria

A Metropolitan Police officer is currently appearing on the Nigerian version of Big Brother – despite having been refused permission to do so by her bosses. Khafi Kareem, 29, who was pictured alongside Commissioner Cressida Dick as the Met celebrated 100 years of women

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Facial recognition software mistook California lawmakers for criminals

Facial recognition software mistook California lawmakers for criminals

In a recent test, facial recognition software incorrectly matched 26 California legislators with mug shots of people who had been arrested. California is considering banning such software from being used with police body cameras.(ACLU ) California Assemblyman Phil Ting has

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Norway mosque shooting probed as terror act

Norway mosque shooting probed as terror act

A shooting at a mosque in Norway is being investigated as a possible act of terrorism, police say. A gunman opened fire on the Al-Noor Islamic Centre, on the outskirts of the capital Oslo, on Saturday. One person in the

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Amnesty International cautions travelers to US over ‘gun violence’

Amnesty International cautions travelers to US over ‘gun violence’

Amnesty International has cautioned persons intending to travel to the United States of America to exercise caution and have an emergency contingency plan when travelling throughout the USA. The group said persons planning to travel to the US must be:

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A lioness ate her newborn cubs three days after giving birth at a German zoo

A lioness ate her newborn cubs three days after giving birth at a German zoo

A lioness at a German zoo has killed and eaten her two newborn cubs just days after giving birth, to the horror of her keepers. Kigali, a first time mother, gave birth to two cubs at Leipzig Zoo in Germany on Friday, the first lions to

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Kenyan MP with baby ordered to leave parliament

Kenyan MP with baby ordered to leave parliament

Female Members of Parliament (MPs) have walked out of Kenya’s parliament in solidarity with a colleague who was ordered to leave because she had taken her baby. Zuleika Hassan said she had brought her five-month-old baby with her to work

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Gov’t not doing enough to seek Justice for 44 Ghanaians killed in The Gambia – ACILA

Gov’t not doing enough to seek Justice for 44 Ghanaians killed in The Gambia – ACILA

The Africa Center for International Law and Accountability (ACILA) says government is not doing enough to seek justice for the 44 Ghanaians who were murdered on the orders of Yahya Jammeh, ex-president of The Gambia, in 2005. ACILA’s Executive Director,

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