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FACEBOOK PLANS OFFICE IN CHINA

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  Facebook has secured a licence to set up an office in China in an apparent attempt to break into the lucrative market where its website is blocked. The firm said it would be an “innovation hub to support Chinese developers, innovators and start-ups”. If the office opens, it would be the firm’s

GOOGLE ANNOUNCES SEVERAL UPDATE TO ITS CLOUD APPS AND SERVICES

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Google kicked off its Cloud Next 2018 summit in San Francisco today by announcing several updates to its Cloud apps and services, along with advancements in AI. Terming security as the top concern and AI as the top opportunity, the company plans to focus and continue to invest heavily into

POLITICIZING THE ELECTORAL COMMISSION IS DISTURBING- KOKU ANYIDOHO

POLITICIZING THE ELECTORAL COMMISSION IS DISTURBING- KOKU ANYIDOHO   During an interview at UTV, Koku Anyidoho made a statement that the President appointing Jean Mensa as the new EC Chairperson is a sign of politicizing the electoral commission which is disturbing. The Deputy General Secretary for the National Democratic Congress, Koku Anyidoho emphasized

FALLING TREE KILLS MAN ON COCOA FARM IN SUHUM.

A 57-year-old man at Apona Apono, a suburb of Suhum met his untimely death, when a log he was felling in a cocoa farm to repair his broken toilet, allegedly accidentally dropped on him, killing him instantly. The Suhum police in the Eastern Region said the lifeless body identified as Tetteh

INTER ALLIES APPOINT RASHID IDDI AS THEIR NEW HEAD COACH

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  Zylofon Cash Premier League side, Inter Allies have announced the appointment of Rashid Iddi as their new head coach after the club parted ways with Japanese trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi. During the 2014/15 league season, the committed and hard-working trainer was an assistant to head Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin where they helped

WE NEED TO IMPORT LESS AND EXPORT MORE-AKUFO-ADDO

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President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has indicated that Ghana must stop importing food from other countries as a nation and grow its own. He made this known to the people of Upper West Region during this 2-day tour to the place President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said the

HEALTH INSURANCE IN GHANA – POSSIBLE IMPROVEMENTS

Through the last years Ghana made a huge development in the health care sector. Still, there are a lot of people who cannot profit from a health insurance. The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) The National Health Insurance Scheme is a system build up by the former president John Kufuor. In 2000,

BIMBILLA: MORE THAN 1,600 STUDENTS SHARE ONE TOILET WITH TOWN FOLKS

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Increasing pressure on existing infrastructure at the Senior High School (SHS) level has left more than 1,600 students of the Bimbilla Senior High School in the Northern Region sharing a single toilet facility. Two hundred and fifty girls tested positive for candidiasis out of 620 recently screened by rights campaign group, ActionAid.

PAKISTAN ELECTIONS 2018: BOMB AND SHOOTING ATTACK AS VOTING GETS UNDERWAY

Violence has erupted as millions head to the polls in Pakistan, with the worst incident seeing at least 27 killed by a bomb in the city of Quetta. Elsewhere, minor blasts and clashes between party workers left several injured and one dead. Voters are deciding between the parties of the former cricket

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