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Africa Day 2021: The Need for a Continental Response to the...

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This year the region is facing monumental challenges amid a pandemic and decline in economic growth It has been 58 years since the formation of...

Tulsa Commemorates Centenary of 1921 Race Massacre

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Millions more becoming aware of the horrendous legacy of African American oppression in the United States May 31-June 1 represents the 100th anniversary of the...

Chauvin’s Appeal and the Implications for Police Reforms

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Other cops who killed Andrew Brown, Jr. in Elizabeth City declared justified in their actions With the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin in...

French-speaking Gabon knocks on the door of the Commonwealth

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Gabon, a French-speaking country in Africa, has decided to knock on the door of the Commonwealth, almost all of whose members are the...

Instability in Somalia Continues Despite Years of Western Interventions

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Incumbent president agrees to hold elections after threats from the United States and the European Union A decades-long effort by the United States and other...

In Bill Gates divorce, who gets the 66,000-square-foot mansion?

With the Bill and Melinda Gates divorce bombshell still echoing, so begins the process of divvying up the fourth-largest fortune in the world. Forbes puts...

Chadian Military Council Suppresses Mass Demonstrations Demanding Civilian Rule

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Longtime western-backed ruler was killed last month on the battlefront with FACT armed fighters, the government says. Thousands of people took to the streets in...

Police Reforms Prove Inadequate to End Misconduct and Brutality

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Killings continue while the United States Justice Department opens investigations into what is already obvious As demonstrations erupt across the United States against the oppression...

Greenwich Meridian lost tourism monument in Ghana

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GNA Feature by Winifred Kodua /Charlotte L. Appiah The Greenwich Meridian a global geographical monument in 2014 was decorated with a magnificent edifice named “The...

Electric vehicle usage in Ghana and Africa is a climate change...

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GNA Feature by Christopher Tetteh Global warming in recent years is as a result of higher percentage of air pollutions such as car exhaust fumes...

Guilty on All Charges: Chauvin, Cops and the Racist System

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After the verdict in Minneapolis more African Americans are gunned down by law-enforcement agents Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on three...

Vaccinations and the COVID-19 Surges from Africa to the United States

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An African Union conference on pharmaceutical manufacturing comes amid more waves of the pandemic internationally As the world experiences another spike in COVID-19 infections, the...

Ritual Murders: Public officials must also be responsible

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A GNA Feature by Eric K. Amoh Ghana woke up to one of the most horrific, terrible, and unimaginable stories of teens killing their friend...

Biden Administration Strikes Deal with Mexico and Central American States to...

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Unprecedented levels of people attempting to cross the Southern border while thousands remain in detention A crisis of migration into the United States from Mexico,...

‘Travel and See,’ poverty is real

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A GNA Feature by Emmanuel Nyatsikor. "Travel and see" was the inscription on a mummy truck that used to ply between Ho and Adaklu Kodzobi,...

Prince Philip: From dashing Greek prince to royal consort

(dpa) - During his more than 70 years at the side of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip combined a strong sense of duty with...

Plight of the Imprisoned Worsens in the United States

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Political detainees are contracting COVID-19 and dying due to the pervasive injustices among incarcerated people Romaine “Chip” Fitzgerald was a member of the Black Panther...

World Expo in Dubai: The planet’s first major ‘post-Covid event’?

(dpa) - In the heat of the desert, it looks like someone has forgotten to take down a bunch of signs saying "Expo 2020." It's...

Thousands Still Being Held in Detention on the Southern Border

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Mounting political problems of migration for the Biden administration threaten to consume his presidency Media accounts in the United States have shown that thousands of...

Side effects mean your vaccine is working – what if there...

(tca/dpa) - As millions now know from personal experience, the Covid-19 vaccines can cause temporary side effects. It’s a good sign, as it suggests...

How well are vaccines working in Americans? CDC releases new data

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tca/dpa/GNA - New research provides “strong evidence” that the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus vaccines are capable of preventing infections — both those...

“April Fool’s Day”

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“April Fool’s Day,” is a day set aside annually when people prank on their friends, families and neighbours for fun. The Day is marked...

Health benefits of coconut is beyond nutritional content – Tema Residents

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Some residents in Tema have declared that coconut has a lot more health benefits beyond it refreshment value. They said beyond its refreshing nature of...

How delicate is fluoride to the teeth? A Conversation with a...

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A GNA feature by Ivy Yemoteley Anum, The teeth of every person remain one of their natural valuables not only for eating but as a...

Recruitment scam syndicates: the price to pay

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A GNA feature by Alexander Nyarko Yeboah The premises of the Tema Regional office of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) was recently thronged, mostly by...

Failed Foreign and Immigration Policies Underline Crisis on the Southern Border

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More than two centuries of war and economic exploitation has characterized the United States’ role in Latin America and the Caribbean Since coming to...

Despite Official Denials Racist Violence Against Asians Continue in the United...

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Six character of the country women out of eight people killed in Georgia amid right-wing resurgence related to voting rights and the future of...

The saga of our city litter bins

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One of the stands that was supposed to hold the bin stood by the road side, fixed to the concrete plate that was meant...

COVID-19: Africa Weak Health Systems and medical inequalities

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Recognizing the importance of handwashing in preventing the spread of COVID-19 in Africa, concerns have arisen about the condition of millions of Africans who...

Black Women and the Fight for Access to Public Transportation

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From Elizabeth Jennings Graham, Ida B. Wells-Barnett to Claudette Colvin and Rosa Parks, African Americans have been pioneers in ending racial segregation Many people in...