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4 Dead as Gunman Opens Fire in US Bank

     Agency Report Four persons, including the shooter, have been confirmed dead in today’s shooting at the headquarters of Fifth Third Bank in Cincinnati, US. Two others were also reportedly injured in the latest in a series of shooting incidents in the country. The shooter entered the loading dock area …

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Trump Forced to Fly U.S. Flag Half-Mast for McCain

     Arch-Rivals: the late McCain and President Trump. Americans forced President Donald Trump to eat the humble pie today after flying the U.S. Flag at full mast in apparent disrespect to Senator John McCain who died on Saturday. As American flags around the nation remained at half-staff on Monday to …

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Ghana Targets America Aviation Category 1 Status, Negotiates National Carrier

  Cecilia Abena Dapaah, outgoing Aviation Minister has disclosed government will “by the end of the year move towards the establishment of a home-based carrier.’’ This follows Cabinet’s approval for the Ministry to negotiate with Africa World Airlines, Air Mauritius and Abu Dhabi Aviation while continuing discussions with Ethiopian Airlines, …

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My Impeachment will put America in Trouble – Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump has warned all those calling for his head about the consequences of his impeachment. In an interview with “Fox and Friends” host Ainsley Earhardt in White House, Trump said the market would crash if he were forced out of office. “I think everybody would be very …

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Phone Explodes, Burns Man in Bed

Tragedy struck as a Kenyan based in Nairobi’s slum neighbourhood of Kibera, is nursing serious burns at the Kenyatta National Hospital after a mobile phone plugged into a charger exploded in his bed as he slept. The victim identified as Jackson Mwaniki lives alone in the neighbourhood, the Nairobian newspaper …

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Ghana’s Nana Akufo-Addo Reshuffles Cabinet, Appoints New Aviation Minister

A new Aviation Minister has emerged in Ghana following a recent reshuffle of portfolios by the Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo. Hon. Kofi Adda, a member of parliament for Navrongo constituency and former minister for sanitation and water resources is now Aviation Minister while former minister of Aviation, Cecilia Abena Dapaah, …

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UN Blames Lull in Nigeria-Cameroon Border Demarcation on Boko Haram

The United Nations, UN, has blamed the lingering hindrance in the demarcation work on the Cameroon-Nigeria border and its pillar construction on the Insecurity posed by continued presence by the insurgent Boko Haram group.. The disclosure is contained in a ‘Report of the Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, on the activities of …

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If Africa Doesn’t Succeed, France And Europe Will Never Succeed – Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron believes the relationship between Africa and Europe is very important that both continents need each other to succeed. He said this on Wednesday during an interactive session with entrepreneurs from Africa in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital. The French leader challenged the young generation to change the …

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US Pulls Out Of UN Human Rights Council Over ‘Bias Against Israel’

The US on Tuesday withdrew from the United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHRC), accusing it of “chronic bias against Israel”. Nikki Haley, US envoy to the UN, announced her country’s decision in Washington. Hailey slammed Russia, China, Cuba and Egypt for thwarting US efforts to reform the council. She criticised …

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Plane Carrying 104 Passengers Crashes In Cuba

A Boeing 737 plane with 104 passengers on board crashed shortly after taking off from Havana’s main airport on Friday. Havana is the capital of the country. It was not immediately known if there were any casualties on the plane, which was destined for Holguin and operated by national airline …

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