While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, Aug 14

Rushdie stabbed 10 times in premeditated attack: Prosecutors Author Salman Rushdie was stabbed 10 times as he prepared to speak at the Chautauqua Institution in western New York, prosecutors said…

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B.C. Punjabi radio station host suspended for comments on domestic violence

Warning: This story deals with highly disturbing subject matter that may upset and trigger some readers. Discretion is advised. A host at a B.C. Punjabi-language radio station has been suspended…

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Ukraine says it’s targeting Russians shooting at, or from, nuclear plant

KYIV (REUTERS) – Ukraine is targeting Russian soldiers who shoot at an occupied nuclear plant in the south of the country or use it as a base to shoot from,…

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Author Salman Rushdie stabbed 10 times in premeditated attack, prosecutors say

NEW YORK (NYTIMES) – Author Salman Rushdie was stabbed 10 times as he prepared to speak at the Chautauqua Institution in western New York on Friday, prosecutors said during an…

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Railway Workers Union threatens strike

The Railway Workers Union has threatened a strike action effective August 22, 2022, over issues with the management of the Ghana Railway Company. In a statement declaring their intention, the…

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Gabriel Jesus stars again as Arsenal beat Leicester 

Gabriel Jesus guided Arsenal to a 4-2 win over Leicester City at the Emirates on Saturday. Jesus moved to Arsenal looking to become the main striker for a team and…

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‘Gari and beans’ lower risk of belly fat, obesity

This article is a special request I received from some readers. This is a difficult article since meal preparation has many ingredients.   However, I tried every possible means to…

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‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ actually in need of more aid – Bokpin [Video]

President Nana Akufo-Addo has since he was sworn into office, pledged to rid the country of the need for hand-outs. He touted his administration as one that will vigorously institute…

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BoG gives assurance cedi’s stability will be restored

The Bank of Ghana has given strong indication that the recently approved $750 million Afriexim loan facility by Parliament once disbursed, among other measures, will boost the foreign exchange position…

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Handbook launched to promote AfCFTA

Economics Handbook Afcfta The Ghana International Trade and Finance Conference (GITFiC) is set to launch a comprehensive handbook that will enhance the level of sensitization on the framework of the…

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Minister calls on fertiliser producers to donate to farmers

Agriculture Fertilisers Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, Minister of Food and Agriculture, has called on fertiliser producers to support farmers with fertilisers. He said the shortage and increased price of fertilisers…

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Minister calls for concerted efforts to address age-related challenges

Social Youth Day Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih, the Upper Regional Minister, has called for concerted efforts to address the age-related obstacles to achieve the intergenerational solidarity that the world needs.…

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MP for Adaklu Supports Health Delivery in his District

Ho Health Presentation Equipment Adaklu MP, supports .health care .delivery, District Health Mr. Governs Kwame Agbodza, Member of Parliament for Adaklu, has presented hospital equipment worth 30,000 Ghana Cedis to…

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Guidelines for the management of cardiovascular diseases launched

Health Cardiovascular Disease Minister of Health has launched the first ever National Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) in Ghana.This makes Ghana the third country in…

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Namibia in need of blood donations to meet demand

Blood Namibia needs 160 blood donations daily to meet the demand for patients in hospitals and medical centers across the country, an executive said Friday. Namibia has recently been experiencing…

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Two Monkeypox Strains Get New Names – WHO

WHO The World Health Organization (WHO) has renamed two monkeypox strains with Roman numerals so as not to draw unfavorable attention to African countries. The decision was made after a…

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