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Bird Flu

WHO Conducts Risk Assessment of Case of Bird Flu Strain in Human With China

The World Health Organization (WHO) is conducting a risk assessment of a human case of a strain of bird flu jointly which China, WHO...
Bird Flu

China’s Watchdog Confirms 1st Case of H10N3 Bird Flu Strain in Human

The first human case of the H10N3 strain of bird flu has been registered in China's eastern province of Jiangsu, the National Health Commission...

Decades after Argentina coup, hundreds of human remains unidentified

dpa/GNA - More than four decades after a military coup in Argentina, the identity of hundreds of victims still remains unknown. "We still have...
CT image looking inside a shrimp.

Scientists links pollutants to human and animal fertility

New research has found that shrimp like creatures on the South Coast of England have 70 per cent less sperm than less polluted locations...
Kenya Wildlife Service

Kenya partners with industry to boost action on human and wildlife conflicts

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on Monday announced a partnership with BIDCO Africa Limited, a manufacturer of fast-moving consumer goods, to promote co-existence between...
Human trafficking

Interferences hampering fight against human trafficking – Forum

Interferences by politicians, public office holders, and traditional rulers continue to impede the prosecution of suspected human traffickers in the country. ...
A computer graphic rendering of the museum and its surroundings when it is expected to finish in July, 2021. Photo courtesy of Li Li.

Kenya mulls construction of museum on human evolution

Kenya will construct a state-of-the-art museum in the scenic Rift Valley region to help showcase its archaeological treasures and boost post-pandemic recovery of the...
President Yoweri Museveni

Uganda reopens health training institutions to address human resource gaps amid COVID-19 pandemic

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has approved the reopening of health training institutions to enable final year students to complete their studies to help...
COVID-19: Vaccine trials ongoing in 5 African countries

COVID-19 vaccine won’t change human DNA

It's scientifically false that a potential vaccine for COVID-19 would change people's DNA and make them "genetically modified," according to scientists and researchers....
Covid Infections

Japanese firm to start human clinical tests for COVID-19 medicine in 2021

A biotechnology company in southwestern Japan said Tuesday it will start human clinical trials for a drug of treating COVID-19 in 2021. ...
New measles vaccine

Italy starts human trial of COVID-19 vaccine amid spike in cases

Phase one of the clinical trial of an Italian-developed GRAd-COV2 coronavirus vaccine kicked off on Monday with the inoculation of the first, officials...
Medical staff record information of a patient at “fangcang” hospital in a cultural building complex dubbed “Wuhan Livingroom”, Feb. 9. (Photo by Li Han, People’s Daily)

Facing Epidemic Situation, Human need cooperation

Timo Balz, Professor at LIESMARS, Wuhan University Since February 23, my family and me, as well as 9 million others, can’t leave the city of...

Aussie Research Discovered World’s Oldest Tattooist Tools Made from Human Bones

Tools made from human bones make up part of the oldest tattoo kit in the world, Australian researchers said on Tuesday. The kit, consisting...
Human trafficking

Nigerian Hairdresser on Remand for Human Trafficking

A 29 year old Nigerian hairdresser who allegedly trafficked a girl from Nigeria to Ghana to engaged in prostitution has been remanded into Police...

Mediterranean Nations Commit to Curbing Human Trafficking

Mediterranean governments pledged on Friday to cooperate in their common fight against human trafficking. The pledge was made during the 15th meeting of the Ministers...
A researcher prepares for a test at a national key laboratory of silkworm genome biology in Southwest University, Chongqing municipality, May 31, 2017. (Photo by CFP)

Chinese Scientist on the verge of cracking the mystery behind human embryos

Chinese scientists have identified the crucial factor that activates gene expression in human embryos, providing significant theoretical basis for the studies on eugenics, said...

Starbow Fire Some Staff After Accident

The management of Starbow, a local airline company, has dismissed some workers after one of its planes crash-landed at the Kotoka International Airport on...

Youth in Europe And African entreated to form partnerships

The Italian Prime Minister, Mr Paolo Gentiloni, has called for strong partnership between the youth of Europe and Africa. He said as one of the...

Supreme Court dismiss stay of execution application by Woyome’s counsel

The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday by a unanimous decision dismissed an application filed by Mr Osafo Boabeng, Counsel for Mr Alfred Woyome, for...

Nigeria’s road body blames human factor for 80 percent of accidents

Nigeria's road commission on Sunday said 80 percent of road accidents across the country were as a result of human factor. Human contributed to lots...
University Of Ghana

Ghana Lost Out On Integrity

Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, the Vice- Chancellor of the University of Ghana, says Ghana has lost out on integrity as a nation with traits...

MMDA’s Asked To Prioritise Sanitation Issues

Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies especially those benefiting from the Rural Sanitation Model (RSM) have been asked to prioritise sanitation issues to ensure improved...

Companies Urged To Move Into Advanced Way Of Managing People

Deloitte, the leading professional service firm in the world on Tuesday issued a call-to-action for companies to reconsider their organisational structure, talent and human...

Offei’s Human Being Single Visuals Now Out

Offei with the brand new single "Human Being" Featuring Kwesi Arthur out on all digital platforms In the global music industry currently, new names are...

ACHPR marks 30th anniversary in Gambia

The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights (ACHPR) on Wednesday marked the 30th anniversary at its 61st ordinary session being held in Gambia's...
HAT test

New Diagnostic Test Has Been Developed for African Sleeping Sickness

A new diagnostic test developed from research at the Universities of Dundee and Cambridge has been launched with the aim of helping eliminate the...

Ghana’s Speedy Development Requires Efficient Resource Management

Madam Sheilla Kangberee, the Head of Export Diversification and Trade Facilitation at the Ministry of Trade and Industry, says the nation requires efficient management...

The deadly effects of human trafficking

Worldwide, human trafficking is a canker that eats into the fabrics of every nation and impedes its development. The indigenous and the marginalised people who...

Dormaa Municipality Rated 22nd Lowest In Immunization Coverage

Dormaa Municipality has been identified as the lowest District in the Brong-Ahafo Region in terms of coverage and performance on national immunization. Miss Evelyn Bema...
Baba Yara Stadium ? Venue for the congress

Doris Afriyie Beats All Contestants In Sprint Talent Hunt Competition

Doris Afriyie emerged as the best athlete in the under 15 category of this year’s Ghana’s Fastest human competition held over the weekend in...