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Germany promises to help Ghana end blackouts

Germany promises to help Ghana end blackouts

Germany has offered to help Ghana solve its energy issues as well as in the education sector

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Mauritania: Jailed presidential candidate and anti-slavery activists must be released

Mauritania: Jailed presidential candidate and anti-slavery activists must be released

The Mauritanian authorities must release three activists – including a prominent opposition politician – jailed today for holding anti-slavery rallies, Amnesty International said

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Most developing countries will benefit from oil price slump, says World Bank Group

Most developing countries will benefit from oil price slump, says World Bank Group

Gains from low oil prices can be substantial for developing-country importers if supported by stronger global growth, says a World Bank Group analysis of the oil price decline, contained in the latest edition of Global Economic Prospects

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Mahama commends Obama for lifting Cuba sanctions

Mahama commends Obama for lifting Cuba sanctions

The Government of Ghana has commended the United States of America (USA) and Cuba for their recent initiative to normalise relations between them

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Gambia: “Aggravated Homosexuality’’ Offence Carries Life Sentence

Gambia: “Aggravated Homosexuality’’ Offence Carries Life Sentence

Gambia’s recent passage of a homophobic law puts the already persecuted lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) community at even greater risk of abuse, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said today

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PM Abbott’s op-ed on G20 Summit in Brisbane, Australia

Six years ago, the impacts of the global financial crisis reverberated throughout the world. While those crisis years are behind us, we still struggle with its legacy of debt and joblessness

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Ambassador Power travels to Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia

United States (U.S.) Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, is travelling to Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana and Belgium from October 25 to October 30

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Nurse has Ebola in Dallas

Nurse has Ebola in Dallas

A nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital where Thomas Eric Duncan died last week of Ebola has contracted the disease

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U.S Ebola patient dies

U.S Ebola patient dies

Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian man who was recently diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S state of Texas has died of the virus

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Texas Ebola patient made contact with 100 people

The Ebola patient in Texas who recently traveled from Liberia with the disease made contacts with some 100 people according to Dallas County Health and Human Services

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America gets 1st Ebola case in Dallas

America gets 1st Ebola case in Dallas

Officials in Dallas announced on Tuesday that a patient who had just returned from Liberia has been diagnosed with the deadly Ebola disease

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Video: Police officer tells man to provide license then shoots him 4 times

North Carolina,- An Ex-state Police trooper is facing felony charges after the dashcam on his vehicle caught him shooting an unarmed man during a stop to check his seat belt

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Video: Tiger eats man alive at zoo

A man in New Delhi was eaten alive by a 200-kg white tiger at a zoo after he fell into an enclosure housing the tiger

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WHO welcomes Cuban doctors for Ebola response

WHO welcomes Cuban doctors for Ebola response

The World Health Organization (WHO) has welcomed the commitment from the Government of Cuba to provide 165 health professionals to support Ebola care in West Africa

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Patient in Sweden receiving suspected Ebola treatment

Patient in Sweden receiving suspected Ebola treatment

Authorities in Sweden reported on Sunday that an unidentified person who traveled to an Ebola affected area is currently receiving treatment for suspected Ebola infection at a Hospital in the Scandinavian country

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ECOWAS countries must unite to combat Ebola

ECOWAS countries must unite to combat Ebola

The World Health Organization (WHO) as part of efforts to prevent a further spread of the Ebola virus within the shortest possible time, has urged ECOWAS countries to develop a comprehensive inter-country operational response

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