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Sudan Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok

Sudanese Transitional Government Faces Profound Challenges

Administration holds discussions seeking to resolve conflict and normalize relations with the West Interim Prime Abdallah Hamdok of the Republic of Sudan visited the United...

Afigya-Kwabre South faces developmental challenges

The Afigya-Kwabre South District Assembly is facing a number of development challenges due to protracted chieftaincy feuds in the communities. Mr Christian Adu-Poku, the District...
WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 02: In this handout provided by the Israeli Government Press Office (GPO) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 2015 Policy Conference, March 2, 2015 in Washington, DC. Tomorrow March 3rd Prime Minister Netanyahu is scheduled to address a joint session of the US Congress. (Photo by Amos Ben Gershom/GPO via Getty Images)

Palestinian arrangement for financial withdrawal faces Israeli threats

Palestinian government's plan for economic disengagement from Israel faces grave challenge, including Israeli threats to impose sanctions on the Palestinians. The plan...
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Viewpoint: Plan to hold Palestinian elections faces tough challenges amid internal split

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is determined to hold the first Palestinian legislative elections in 13 years, but analysts said the move faces tough challenges...
Science Water Shortage

Acute Water Shortage Hits Mampelingo

The Mampelliga community in Pwalugu in the Upper East Region over the past two years has not seen water flow through their stand pipes. The...
Information Centre

Information Centres Faces Close Down

New Juaben North Municipal Assembly has warned that Information Centres in the Municipality that make excessive noise beyond the acceptable limits would be closed...

Namibia’s agricultural sector faces difficult year ahead

Namibia's agricultural sector will be facing a difficult year ahead, a trade group said on Monday. The group, Meat Corporation (MEATCO) of Namibia, said in...
Accra Art Centre

Art Centre Faces Possible Collapse Over Fake Artefacts

Fake artefacts dealers operating around the vicinity of the Accra Art Centre, Ghana’s biggest craft market is threatening the existence of the art village...
Korean Peninsula

The Historic Hour Has Come for Korean Peninsula Issue – Xi

Political settlement of the Korean Peninsula issue faces a rare historic opportunity, Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party...

South Africa faces high risk of power cuts at weekend

South African power utility Eskom on Friday asked the general public to continue using electricity sparingly, cautioning about a possible risk of load shedding....
Wpid Federal Government Of Nigeria

Nigeria Federal Government Faces Johesu and Nma

The equal right of all citizens to health, education, work, food, security, culture, science, and wellbeing - that is, the same rights we proclaimed...

Israeli-Syrian hostility could escalate to a full-blown war

It seems that gone are the days when Israel would infiltrate the Syrian airspace for hit-and-run strikes, as the Syrian side has upped its...
British Airways

British Airways finds itself in another mess involving an air hostess

British Airways is facing another crew scandal barely 7 months after a stewardess made shocking racist rant about Nigerians. “All the Nigerians are gonna be...
Mr Patrick de Boussac, Chief Executive of CTPC (left) exchanging copies of the signed agreement with Dr. Stephen Kwabena Opuni, Chief Executive of COCOBOD

Dr. Opuni Slapped with 27 Counts of Charges

The Attorney General has charged Dr Stephen Opuni, former Chief Executivee Officer (CEO) of the Cocoa Board with various counts of charges including...

Kenya and Zambia Women’s Football Teams Prepare for Friendly Encounter

Kenya's women's football team the Harambee Starlets, are leaving nothing to chance as they train in Machakos ahead of their friendly tie against Zambia...
mtn foundation

Accra: MTN Foundation puts smiles on the faces of over 600 school children

MTN Foundation has embarked on another benevolent exercising by putting a smile on the faces of over 600 pupils of Mpoasei Methodist primary school...
Asaba International Airport

Asaba Airport Faces Closure After Rehabilitation Work Grinds to a Halt

Anyone depending on the Asaba International Airport for flight issues should consider having a rethink and planning an alternative as information available to this...

Over 500 Ghanaians lives under threat in Libya

OVER five hundred Ghanaians are currently languishing in some jails in Libya in conditions that can be compared to those of the concentration camps...

Police Begins Investigation into Stephen Fry’s Alleged Blasphemy Comments

Police in the Republic of Ireland have launched an investigation after a viewer claimed comments made by Stephen Fry on a TV show were...

itel Mobile brought joy to school children at Appese during Easter

Itel mobile Ghana ahead of the Easter holidays sponsored the Luv Fm Blood donation exercise and made a remarkable donation to school kids at...

2017 Ghana Meets Naija: Is Shatta Wale Vs Davido and Tekno

Ghanaian act, Shatta Wale and Nigerian acts Tekno and Davido will headline this year’s edition of Ghana Meets Naija. Chief Executive Officer of EIB Network,...

A Detroit Doctor Jumana Could Face Life Imprisonment for FGM

Jumana Nagarwala Image copyright HENRY FORD HOSPITAL Image caption Dr Nagarwala mutilated girls aged between six and eight, prosecutors sayA doctor in the US...

Ousted Park Geun-hye to Face Prosecution

Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye is being questioned by prosecutors over a corruption scandal that brought her down.After arriving at the office, she...

Ghana’s projection on agriculture faces constraints – ISSER

The Ghanaian government's projection on the agriculture sector remains at the mercy of severe constraints, including fluctuating weather, the Institute of Statistical Social and...

Yendi in Serious Water Crisis Following River Dakar Dry Up

The Yendi Township in the Nothern Region could be in in the thick of a water crisis by the end of March if their...

Britain faces great terror threat since 1970s – watchdog

Britain is facing a level of terrorism threat not seen since the bombings by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the 1970s, the country's...

Tanzania-Zambia one stop center faces long queues

The newly launched One Stop Border Post (OSBP) at the Tanzania-Zambia border is facing long queues of vehicles waiting for clearance. The...

Tanzania faces shortage of radiology experts

Tanzania is facing an acute shortage of radiology and imaging experts, making related treatment especially in rural areas more challenging, according to a leading...
British parliament

British parliament speaker faces fallout over Trump comments

The speaker of Britain's House of Commons John Bercow faced criticism from politicians Tuesday after his controversial speech expressing his opposition to U.S. President...
Affordable Housing Project

Aust’n PM faces internal pressure to make housing more affordable

Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is facing pressure from within his own cabinet to take action on "negative gearing", following a backlash to a...