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Trump ‘cites Russia probe’ after ending ex-CIA head’s security access

US President Donald Trump says his frustrations with the investigation into alleged Russian election meddling forced him to revoke the security clearance of ex-CIA chief John Brennan. "It is a sham," he told the Wall Street Journal. Revoking Mr Brennan’s clearance "had to be done". The White House had earlier said Mr Brennan’s access was […]

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Trump’s ‘dirty war’ on media draws editorials in 300 US outlets

More than 300 news outlets are launching a campaign on Thursday to counter President Donald Trump’s attacks and promote a free press. The Boston Globe made the call last week for a nationwide denouncement of the president’s "dirty war" against the media, using the hashtag #EnemyOfNone. Mr Trump has derided media reports as "fake news" […]

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A-level results: Thousands accepted to universities

Hundreds of thousands of teenagers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are discovering their A-level results. In England, A-levels have been moving away from coursework and returning to students being marked on final exams. Exams regulator Ofqual is promising standards will be held steady to ensure students do not lose out amid changes. Ucas figures […]

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Kudos to women showing some men pepper – Chris Attoh’s ex-wife

Nollywood actress, Damilola Adegbite, whose marriage of 2 years to Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh ended in 2017, has a message for men who toy with women’s emotions, this time, Nigerian actress Damilola Adegbite is the one singing it loud and clear. Damilola Adegbite who disclosed that karma always comes around said some men are the […]

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Ghanaians react to alleged breakdown of monies paid artistes at Ebony’s tribute

Ghanaians have been reacting to an interview granted by the father of late dancehall artiste Ebony who is currently at war with the former manager of his deceased daughter. In an interview with GhOne, Ebony’s father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng reads from a handwritten breakdown that he claims was given to him by the artiste’s manager […]

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Don’t blame Black Princesses World Cup failure on Anas exposé – Arhinful

Former Ghana international, Augustine Arhinful says the poor performances exhibited by the national U-20 female team, the Black Princesses, at the ongoing U-20 World Cup should not be blamed on the Anas exposé, which resulted in all football-related activities being halted in the country for some time. According to the ex-Black Stars players, nobody should […]

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Akufo-Addo phones FIFA President Infantino over looming ban

Ghana leader Nana Akufo Addo has phoned FIFA President Gianni Infantino in a desperate bid to avoid a global ban on the country for governmental interference in football. Mr Addo phoned the leader of world’s football governing body on Wednesday just 24 hours after FIFA fired a warning to government over its activities on the […]

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GII Boss to chair Office of the Special Prosecutor Board

Executive Director of the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), Linda Ofori Kwafo, has been made the Chairperson of the Office of the Special Prosecutor Board. This was after a meeting of the board on Wednesday. She will serve for three years. Mrs. Ofori Kwafo explained that her current position is contingent on her role in civil […]

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Converting KNUST Single Halls: Lecturers attack each other verbally

A lecturer with the Kumasi Technical University and alumnus of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Mr. Collins Kankam-Kwarteng has attacked Prof. Charles Marfo for describing Katanga and Conti Halls of KNUST as harbouring primitive traditions "Prof. Charles Marfo has weak understanding of traditions and how it contributes to the development of […]

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Double Track System: Over 10,000 private school teachers to lose employment – CHOPSS

The Conference of Heads of Private Secondary Schools (CHOPSS) has hinted that their exclusion from the implementation of the Free SHS policy and Double Track System will result in massive job loses in the educational sector. CHOPSS believes the current situation if not reconsidered could render about 10, 000 teachers and educational workers unemployed and […]

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