Facebook to widen scope of public figures, increase protections amid backlash

Facebook will now count activists and journalists as “involuntary” public figures and so increase protections against harassment and bullying targeted at these groups, its global safety chief said in an…

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Israel: FIFA suggests 2030 World Cup bid with neighbours

FIFA President, Gianni Infantino FIFA president Gianni Infantino has suggested Israel and other states in the…

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FIFA ‘strongly condemns’ crowd trouble at England-Hungary clash

FIFA FIFA has condemned the disturbances which marred England’s World Cup qualifier against Hungary on Tuesday,…

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Beam me up, Bezos: Star Trek actor William Shatner becomes world’s oldest space traveller

VAN HORN, Texas (REUTERS) – Actor William Shatner soared aboard a Blue Origin rocketship on a…

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How other countries are implementing vaccine mandates

Singapore has sharpened its differentiation of restrictions for people in the country based on their Covid-19 vaccination status. For example, unvaccinated people are not allowed to enter malls and large…

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Abeiku Jackson wins Ghana’s first medal in 14th Cana African swimming championship

Abeiku Jackson claimed Ghana’s first medal at the ongoing 14th CANA African Juniors and Seniors Swimming…

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Jim Iyke wades into LGBTQI+ brouhaha in Ghana

Nigerian Actor, Jim Iyke has waded into the brouhaha surrounding the issue of LGBTQI in Ghana and…

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Sodomy teacher discharged from Magistrate court, heads to Tamale Circuit court

The Salaga Magistrate Court presided over by His Worship, Frederick Tieme Khar has discharged the suspect…

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IMF says more than 65 million people will become poor

IMF An estimated 65 to 75 million more people in emerging and low-income developing countries will…

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Andre Ayew admits Milo was right to bench him for Zimbabwe game

Black Stars skipper Andre Ayew was a surprise omission from Ghana’s starting XI against Zimbabwe on…

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