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Russia vetoes UN condemnation of Syria toxic gas attack

Russia has blocked UN Security Council condemnation of last week’s deadly toxic gas attack in Syria. It puts a halt to efforts by the West to push Moscow’s ally, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, to cooperate with international inquiries into the incident. It’s the eighth time that Moscow has used its veto power during the six-year civil war in Syria. China, ...

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Police Outlines Security Plans For Agbogbloshie Following Bloody Clashes

The police has outlined security plans for ensuring peace at the Agbogbloshie yam market in Accra. This follows bloody clashes yesterday (April 11) afternoon in parts of the market. The Accra Regional Operations Commander, Chief Supt. Kwesi Ofori, says dialogue between the two feuding factions is critical and will be top on their agenda. Meanwhile, the Executive Secretary of the ...

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Justify confidence reposed in you – President Akufo-Addo tells Deputy Ministers

President Akufo-Addo has charged his Deputy Ministers to work assiduously to justify the confidence reposed in them, saying their selection as Deputy Ministers received a barrage of criticism because of the numbers involved. To the President, the success of the Deputy Ministers in office will vindicate their appointment from a pool of talent and shame their detractors. Speaking at two ...

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Akufo-Addo is nursing domestic terrorists in Ghana – NDC

Source: myjoyonline.com The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is warning of “real danger” if violent attacks by NPP-linked vigilante groups are not brought to an end. The party at a news conference in Accra said operations of Invincible and Delta Forces are similar to how Nigerian terrorist group, Boko Haram, started. NDC National Chairman, Kofi Portuphy, said the impunity with which ...

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Trump ‘to sell Nigeria planes’ for Boko Haram fight

The Trump administration plans to sell military planes to Nigeria despite concerns over rights abuses and a botched air strike that killed scores of civilians in January, US media say. Up to a dozen A-29 Super Tucano aircraft would be sold to Nigeria to help fight Islamist militant group Boko Haram, unnamed US officials said. The deal, which is not ...

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Clashes at Agbobloshie; two shot, several others injured

Violent clashes have erupted between Konkombas and Dagombas at the Agbobloshie Yam market in Accra with one person feared dead. Information gathered by Starr News indicate that the violence started after a Dagomba man was beaten by some Konkombas for allegedly stealing a mobile phone Monday evening. On Tuesday, the Dagomba man who was beaten returned with an armed gang ...

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Decision to bomb Syria was dangerous, deceptive

BY JESSE JACKSON April 11, 2017 Fifty-nine cruise missiles. When Donald Trump ordered the attack on Syria, he made an impetuous decision, turning his previous commitment to stay out of the Syrian civil war and focus on ISIS on its head. He ordered the attack on a sovereign nation without seeking sanction from the United Nations or the U.S. Congress. ...

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Nana Addo’s administration causing financial loss ?

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