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UN launches partnership for fall armyworm early management

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Tuesday launched a partnership with ministries of agriculture to enable early management of fall armyworm (FAW)...
measles vaccine

Somalia, UN step up trainings on measles early detection

Somalia and the World Health Organization (WHO) have conducted a series of trainings to enhance national capacity in early outbreak detection and response for...

Customary practices fuelling early teenage pregnancies in Namibia

Customary practices such as early marriages are contributing to high incidences of early teenage pregnancies in Namibia, an official said here on Friday. National Assembly...
UNICEF

UNICEF urges fathers to support early childhood development

A senior official of the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Ghana on Monday encouraged fathers to help give their children the best start in...
Stillbirth

Namibia to launch e-birth notification in early May

Namibia's Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration Pendukeni Ivula-ithana said that the new e-birth notification system will be launched by early May, in a...

Ghana Must Draw Lessons From Theresa May’s Bold Step

The dictates of the UK’s Parliament’s Fixed Term Act require that following the 2015 Elections, the next Elections were to be held in 2020....

Theresa May’s Quick Election Call Pushes UKs Currency Down

Earlier on Monday, sterling had fallen dramatically to around $1.2515 amid speculation about what the Prime Minister was going to announce. But it climbed after...
referendum vote

War of words after British PM says no to early Scottish referendum

A war of words over Scottish independence erupted Thursday after Britain's prime minister ruled out an early referendum. Scotland's first minister, Nicola...

Ayariga Says Its Far Too Early to Judge Nana Addo’s Performance

file image The founder of the All People’s Congress (APC) Dr Hassan Ayariga has stated that it is too early for Ghanaians to judge the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s performance...
China UN membership

China Settles Its 2017 UN Membership Dues Early

China has paid its United Nations membership dues for 2017, Farhan Haq, the Deputy Spokesman for UN Secretary-General, said in a recent press conference....
5G technology

Global mobile industry giants seek early 5G deployment

The official global introduction of 5G is set for 2020, but a number of global mobile industry giants today declared their support for the...

ADRA Ghana Supports Deprived Communities

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) UK branch in partnership with ADRA Ghana has donated over 5,000 boxes of study materials to some...
Anna Julia Cooper

The Pan-African Fight from the Days of Anna J. Cooper to Addie W. Hunton...

African American History Month Series No. 4 By the 1880s the post-slavery institutionalization of national oppression and economic exploitation of people of African descent was...
Switzerland visit

Holding early dialogue essential to avoid tensions, conflict in China-U.S. ties

Despite speculations that the U.S.-China relationship could fall into uncertainties and instability under the Trump administration, experts say the two powers could avoid the...

Pandas get early Spring Festival treat

A staff member feeds the pandas with bamboos, carrots and apples as an early treat for the coming Spring Festival in Chengdu, capital city...

South Korean currency’s volatility doubles in early January

South Korean currency's volatility against the U.S. dollar more than doubled early this month on external uncertainties, including the launch of the new U.S....
dollar

Dollar changes hands in lower 117 yen zone in early Tokyo trading

The U.S. dollar changed hands in the lower 117 yen zone early Monday in Tokyo. At 9 a.m., the dollar was quoted...

Feng takes early lead at China Ladies Open

China's Feng Shanshan continued her strong form when the World No. 4 held it together through cool and windy conditions on Friday to card...

FPSO Kwame Nkrumah to Shut Down For Maintenance

Operators of the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah which supplies gas to the Atuabo gas plant are expected to shut it down for repairs. The repair...
CHRAJ

Gender Ministry Charged To Fight For The Vulnerable

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has commended Cabinet for approving the National Migration Policy and urged the Government to accede...

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