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Twenty-one personnel of the Ghana Police Service have been interdicted by the police administration after a state-backed investigation into the shooting of seven young men in the Ashanti Region in July this year.

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Last Friday, the Special Prosecutor had cause to smile. Before that, Mr Martin Amidu had griped – and righteously – over the delay in resourcing his office.

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How lawmakers are fighting domestic abuse against immigrants. African officials are playing their part, yet many young people from sub-Saharan countries are falling victim regardless.

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On November 8 2018, a young student in her first year at senior high school was knocked down by a taxi on the Adenta highway and died. The incident sparked perhaps the most spontaneous demonstration in the history of Ghana.

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Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has warned that the institution’s authorities will not tolerate any disorder from students, alumni or any other group related to KNUST.

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Some of our leaders have adapted to life beyond the presidency with a grace which shows they have Ghana’s best interests at heart. Why do others seem to find their new status so difficult? He has taken it upon himself to help advance national life, and maybe offset what he could not do before leaving power.

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In “he who feels it knows it” fashion, the people of Kete, who live in Kete-Krachi West District, in the northern part of the Volta Region, have appealed to the government to ignore naysayers and go ahead with processes to implement plans for the creation of an Oti Region, to be carved out of Volta.

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The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, has praised President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for his leadership over the past 22 months.

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Narrated to the Daily Statesman’s correspondent, October 31, 2018. The subject asked not to be named but is keen to share her story with other Ghanaians.

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The Ghana Revenue Authority has imposed a temporary ban for its entire staff on all trips abroad, including capacity programmes. The ban is in line with measures to help the GRA meet its revenue target for the 2018 fiscal year.

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