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Ghanaian journalist wins first African Fact-Checking Awards
Ghanaian journalist wins first African Fact-Checking Awards

Video journalist Edem Srem and his team from MultiTvWorld in Ghana won the first-ever African Fact-Checking Awards.

Ghanaian journalist wins first African Fact-Checking Awards
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Ghana says poverty cut by half since 1992

The number of people living in poverty in Ghana halved between 1992 and 2013, the government said Friday.

Ghana says poverty cut by half since 1992
Suarez kicked out of World Cup for biting opponent
Suarez kicked out of World Cup for biting opponent

Uruguay star Luis Suarez exited the World Cup in shame after being hit with the heaviest suspension in the tournament's history for biting an Italian opponent.

Suarez kicked out of World Cup for biting opponent
GGG's KOs get into TOP20 Knockouts
GGG's KOs get into TOP20 Knockouts

Gennady Golovkin’s KOs have got into the Top 20 Knockouts of 2013 by TheTrueChamp website.

GGG's KOs get into TOP20 Knockouts
Adonis Stevenson. Photo a courtesy of theboxingobserver.com
Golovkin loses to Stevens in Breakthrough HBO Fighter

To the disappointment of Gennady Golovkin’s fans, the Kazakh boxer has lost to Canadian Adonis Stevenson in the Breakthrough HBO Fighter.

Golovkin loses to Stevens in Breakthrough HBO Fighter
Two members of the environmentalist organisation "Greenpeace" stand next to skeletons as they, along with about 30 other environmentalists, protest against pollution. ©Reuters/STR New
200 million people at risk from toxic pollution: environmentalists

Hundreds of millions of people worldwide risk exposure to toxic pollution, environmental groups warned Monday, publishing a list of the world's worst areas, including an African processing site for European electronics.

200 million people at risk from toxic pollution: environmentalists
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Ten million children work as domestic servants: ILO

As many as 10.5 million children worldwide work as domestic servants, in what can be hazardous and even slave-like conditions.

Ten million children work as domestic servants: ILO
Gates says world must push to finally eradicate polio
Gates says world must push to finally eradicate polio

Bill Gates said Tuesday that the world must commit to wiping out the remaining cases of polio and finally eradicate the disease despite squeezed aid budgets and violence plaguing vaccination efforts.

Gates says world must push to finally eradicate polio
Ghana opposition claims fraud in tight presidential vote
Ghana opposition claims fraud in tight presidential vote

Ghana's main opposition party on Sunday alleged fraud in the country's tight presidential election, claiming it had evidence that its candidate had won the vote even before official results were declared.

Ghana opposition claims fraud in tight presidential vote
Ghana's emergence put to test in tight presidential polls
Ghana's emergence put to test in tight presidential polls

Ghanain voters head to the polls Friday, with two main presidential candidates vying to lead a booming economy in a country seeking to live up to its promise as a beacon of democracy in turbulent West Africa.

Ghana's emergence put to test in tight presidential polls
Ghana mall collapse raises fears of future tragedy
Ghana mall collapse raises fears of future tragedy

The deadly collapse of a six-storey shopping centre in Ghana's capital Accra due to construction flaws, has raised fears of more such tragedies in the West African boom town.

Ghana mall collapse raises fears of future tragedy
National icon keeps campaign guessing ahead of Ghana polls
National icon keeps campaign guessing ahead of Ghana polls

The military shooting range along a windswept beach appears desolate and unassuming, but it is home to a controversial piece of history for Ghana and its former president Jerry Rawlings.

National icon keeps campaign guessing ahead of Ghana polls
Ghana president dies after illness, successor sworn in
Ghana president dies after illness, successor sworn in

Ghana President John Atta Mills died suddenly Tuesday, hours after being taken ill and months before he was to seek re-election in a country seen as a bastion of democracy in west Africa.

Ghana president dies after illness, successor sworn in

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