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Africa’s oldest human burial site uncovered in Kenya

A team of researchers on Wednesday announced that they have uncovered Africa's oldest human burial site in Kenya. The site has a child no older...

Bill Gates divorces wife after 27 years of marriage

Bill and Melinda Gates have announced that they are getting divorced after 27 years of marriage. The couple said "we no longer believe we can...

Ugandans celebrate Daniel Kaluuya for winning an Oscar

Ugandans have taken to social media to celebrate Daniel Kaluuya, a British actor of Ugandan origin. Kaluuya over the weekend won an Oscar as Best...

5 Ghanaians arrested in Dubai for drug trafficking, one jailed 10 years

Officials in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have arrested five Ghanaians for trafficking drugs into Dubai. One of those arrested has been jailed for ten...

Why Twitter picked Ghana as its head quarters in Africa

Social media giant, Twitter has announced that Ghana will host its Africa head quarters. The company's co-founder Jack Dorsey made the announcement on Twitter on...

Man with snails, ‘prekese’ in luggage from Ghana detained at JFK Airport

A man was detained briefly last week after arriving at JFK Airport with luggage full of snails, dried beef, turkey berry, carrot, oxtail, medicinal...

Queen Elizabeth II’s husband Prince Philip has died aged 99

The Buckingham Palace in England has announced the death of Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband aged 99. Prince Philip was born on the Greek...

Russia’s Putin signs law allowing him to serve two more terms

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday gave final approval to legislation allowing him to hold office for two additional six-year terms, giving himself the...

US lifts sanctions against Gambia’s Fatou Bensouda

The US government on Friday announced that it has lifted sanctions placed on the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Fatou Bensouda. The...

Suez Canal: Ships begin sailing through cleared waterway

Ships have started sailing through Egypt's Suez Canal again, a day after a giant container vessel blocking the vital trade route was freed. Thirty-seven ships...

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