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A scinetist is doing research on a vaccine against COVID-19 in Shanghai. Photo:Yang Hui/Global Times

Germany to start COVID-19 vaccinations by mid-December

In light of "encouraging developments" in clinical trials and the expected regulatory approval of a COVID-19 vaccine, vaccination centers across Germany would be...
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Austria plans to start Covid-19 mass testing in December

Mass-testing for the corona virus in Austria will be rolled out in two waves in December and January to prevent further lockdowns, the government...
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Brasilian import Fabio Gama arrives in Ghana to start a career with Kotoko

Asante Kotoko Brasilian import Fabio Dos Santos Gama has landed in Ghana to commence his new career with the Ghanaian club. ...

Man City start their season with win away to Wolves

Manchester City kicked off their Premier League season with a 3-1 win away to Wolves on Monday evening. Without Kun Aguero, Aymeric...

Voter Exhibition Exercise starts on a slow note in Akatsi South

The Electoral Commission’s voter register exhibition exercise started on a slow pace in the Akatsi South District in the Volta region. The...
Wpid Anthony Annan Trained With Schalke This Week But Failed To Make Their Squad For Their Game On Friday

Schalke’s Raman optimistic despite challenging start against Bayern

By Oliver Trust and Liu Yang Quitting has never been an option for Belgian footballer Benito Raman. ...
Valencia and Real Madrid

Valencia fight back for winning start in Spain, Villarreal drop points against Huesca

Valencia overcame a nightmare summer which has seen unrest amongst the club's fans and a host of key players abandon the club, to come...

Narrow win for Ajax at Eredivisie season start, Robben’s comeback ends in misery

The first round of the 2020-21 Eredivisie season saw 10-man Ajax beat Sparta 1-0 in Rotterdam on Sunday, while Arjen Robben left the pitch...

COVID-19 adds emotional, financial burden to Syrian families with start of school

by Hummam Sheikh Ali Instead of helping her son review the lessons, Rania al-Halabi now spends time teaching her...
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German shares see small losses at start of trading

German stocks were down slightly at the start of trading on Friday, with the benchmark DAX index falling just 10.15 points, or 0.08 percent,...
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German shares see small gains at start of trading

After falling below 13,000 points on Tuesday, German stocks were up slightly at the start of trading on Wednesday, with the benchmark DAX index...
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German shares gain 0.84 percent at start of trading on Thursday

German stocks were off to a good start on Thursday, with the benchmark DAX index rising 111.29 points, or 0.84 percent, opening at 13,354.72...
Street Children

Cameroon rescues 160 street children since start of COVID-19

At least 160 street children, including those from neighbouring countries, have been rescued since the outbreak of COVID-19 in Cameroon, Minister of Social Affairs...

Burundian refugees start returning home from Rwanda

Burundian refugees who fled to Rwanda due to security fears began returning to their homeland on Thursday in a voluntary repatriation process. ...
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. ...

CAF selects Ghana to start groundbreaking League Development Programme

Ghana has been selected among two countries to start a groundbreaking CAF pilot project to develop leagues in Africa in partnership with UEFA. The West...

Liverpool to start title defense against Leeds at Anfield in new season

Reigning champions Liverpool will start their Premier League season against newly-promoted Leeds United on September 12. The English top flight released the full fixture...
Ragnar Ache

Ragnar Ache to start 2019/20 with Eintracht Frankfurt

German-born Ghanaian striker Ragnar Ache will join Eintracht Frankfurt from Dutch side Sparta Rotterdam for the start of next season. The Frankfurt-born budding striker has...

Zambia to start paying retirement benefits next Monday

Former government workers, who have been waiting for their benefits for years, will start receiving money next week, a senior Zambian government official said...

Europe-based airlines start to resume services as countries try to revive tourism

Europe-based airlines are starting to resume services step by step as countries try to revive tourism as a way to bring their economies battered...
A staff member (R) hands a face mask to a customer at the entrance of a Longo's in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, on May 4, 2020. Some provinces in Canada on Monday started easing some of their COVID-19 restrictions following a weekend over which thousands more cases were identified and hundreds more deaths reported. As of Monday afternoon, Canada recorded 60,650 COVID-19 cases, including 3,842 deaths, after the country had implemented lockdown measures against the COVID-19 pandemic for almost two months, according to a CTV News tally. Global COVID-19 deaths surpassed 250,000 on Monday afternoon, reaching 250,134 as of 4:40 p.m. (2040 GMT), according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. (Photo by Zou Zheng/Xinhua)

Several Canadian provinces start loosening COVID-19 lockdown restrictions

Some provinces in Canada on Monday started easing some of their COVID-19 restrictions following a weekend over which thousands more cases were identified and...
Burundis President Pierre Nkurunziza

Burundi to start electoral campaign

Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza on Saturday signed a decree that the campaign for elections of the president, members of National Assembly and district councillors...
Ashraf Ghani

Afghan government to start releasing Taliban inmates from March 14

Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday issued a decree to release Taliban inmates on parole, and the release of the first 1,500 prisoners...
Puzzle with printed EU and UK flags is seen in this illustration taken November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

EU and Britain start post-Brexit negotiations

The European Union (EU) and Britain started the negotiations for a new partnership here on Monday. The talks began with a...
Photo taken on Feb. 6, 2020 shows the "Diamond Princess", a cruise ship which has been kept in quarantine at the port of Yokohama in Japan. Test results show that nine passengers and a crew member on a cruise ship quarantined off the coast in Japan are infected with the novel coronavirus, the Japanese health ministry said Wednesday. (Xinhua/Du Xiaoyi)

Passengers start disembarking from virus-hit Diamond Princess in Japan

Passengers on the novel coronavirus-inflicted Diamond Princess cruise ship started disembarking on Wednesday in Japan's Yokohama Port after a two-week quarantine period. ...
Kurt Okraku

Ghana FA boss extends best wishes to clubs ahead of GPL start

The President of the Ghana FA Kurt Okraku has sent a heartwarming best wishes message to the 18 clubs in the top-flight with the...
Ghana Institute of Surveyors

Licensed Surveyors to start Advocacy Campaign over Ghana’s Land Laws

As part of its desire to contribute its quota towards the achievement of the Ghana Government’s policy objective of “Ghana beyond aid” in the...
anaesthesia anniversary

Ridge School of Anaesthesia to start Masters Programme

The School of Anaesthesia and Critical Care at Ridge in Accra would soon start a Master’s Programme with subspecialties such as Regional Anaesthesia Obstetrics...
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Modest Fashion Week to start on Saturday

Ms Farhat Muslim, the Chief Executive Officer of the Modest Fashion Ghana Limited has announced the beginning of maiden Modest Fashion show in Ghana...

If We Want to Develop as a Country It Must Start with Attitudinal Change

The government’s efforts alone cannot build the nation without attitudinal change and contributions of the citizenry, Prophet Daniel Obeng Gyau, the Founder and General...