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An U.S. army soldier sits on top of an armored vehicle during the annual joint military exercise Foal Eagle between South Korea and the United States in Pocheon, northeast of Seoul, March 25, 2015. (Xinhua/Seongbin Kang)

U.S. meddling forces Philippines to dump military agreement

The spokesman of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday that Manila's move to terminate the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) between the Philippines and...
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U.S. ban to buy Chinese telecom products with federal funds “unlawful” – Huawei

Chinese telecom giant Huawei said Friday that the U.S. government's order to bar U.S. telecom companies from using federal funds to buy products from...
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U.S. provides US$257 million in humanitarian aid to Somalia, refugees

The U.S. government has announced nearly 257 million dollars additional humanitarian assistance for Somalia and to help Somali refugees in neighboring countries. ...
Airbus’ Tianjin center delivered the 8,000th A320 family aircraft to Air China. (Photo by Li Yingqi from People’s Daily)

U.S. plans new tariffs for EU liquors, airbus aviation products

The Trump administration said it plans to levy new tariffs on European exports worth more than $7 billion, including products like wine and whiskey,...

Group Files Crucial Motion Against The U.S. Government Over Climate Change Possible Danger

Late last night, youth plaintiffs in Juliana v. United States sought a court order preventing the federal government from issuing leases and mining permits...

USA To Promote Growth In Ghana’s Agricultural Sector

The United States of America is partnering the Republic of Ghana to promote growth in the agricultural sector in support of its vision of...
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U.S. Government Approves Nigeria’s 2017 HIV/AIDS Operational Plan

The U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, Ambassador-at-Large, Deborah L. Birx, M.D., Thursday signed the Nigeria HIV/AIDS Country Operational Plan (COP 2017). “Right here, right...
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U.S. government begins asking foreign visitors to provide social media accounts

The U.S. government has started requesting foreign travelers to provide their social media accounts when they arrive in the country, a move designed to...

U.S Government moves to improve lives in northern Ghana

Robert P. Jackson, U.S. Ambassador to Ghana, officially launched the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (AgNRM) Project...

FAA regulations sets the pace for commercial drones production

The new Federal Aviation Administration rules offer no guidelines on privacy protections, an area in which local governments have devised patchwork laws, nor do...

USAID, Education Ministry inaugurate new school

A release from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Accra, copied to the Ghana News Agency, said USAID provided $100,000...

A new manufacturing hub to be unveiled by the U.S. government

"Today, I'm proud to announce a ninth hub based in Los Angeles that will design smart sensors to make all types of manufacturing more...

Experts blame US over declining leftist impact in Latin America

During a recent conference in Havana, the Harvard-educated professor and author said Washington launched a plan in 2013 to reinstate its influence in Latin...
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USAID Supports SARI With Vehicles and Equipment

The vehicles and office equipment were donated to improve the effectiveness of SARI’s agricultural research in northern Ghana to ensure smallholder farmers’ access to...

ZTE to continue in its partnership with US after embargo ends

On March 8, the United States announced export restrictions on ZTE and three affiliated entities for alleged violation of U.S. export controls on...

I Agree Perfectly With Otabil

Most people wouldn’t mind the privatisation of schools, but when it comes to health, the debate mutates into different sets of principles, ethics and...

Namibia to ask U.S. to fund anti-human trafficking

Information Minister Tjekero Tweya Wednesday told media in Windhoek that the Namibian Cabinet has directed the international relations ministry to engage the U.S. with...
Foreign Affairs Minister Hannah Tetteh was speaking on TV3?s Hot Issues

Ghana to receive Rwanda, Yemen and Syria refugees

The government was approached by representatives of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, to resettle some of the persons who had been tried, and...

Around The World News Summary From Xinhua

WASHINGTON -- The White House said Thursday that a U.S. counterterrorism operation in January killed two hostages, one American and one Italian, held by...

Kenya begins extradition process of 4 drug barons

A Kenyan court on Thursday started the extradition of four drug barons, among them two sons of slain drug lord Ibrahim Akasha. ...

Mozambican health and education sectors get $400 million from U.S. and Canada

The U. S. government on Wednesday pledged to offer Mozambique 300 million U.S. dollars for education and health sectors. The pledge...
Ebola virus: Busting the myths

US Response to Ebola virus

At the President?s direction, the U.S. Government is coordinating and operationalizing a comprehensive strategy to respond to the threat of Ebola here at home,...

The Global Warming Canker

BY Harold People in the USA, are being told by the U.S. government and media that global warming is man-made.??If that is true, how can...