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13 crushed on Bole road PDF Print E-mail

bole crashThirteen persons are feared dead after their vehicle fell into a ditch and somersaulted several times on the Bole Bamboi road in the Northern Region, Thursday.

The crash involved a commercial vehicle said to be traveling from Karba to Techiman in the Brong Ahafo Region.

Bole Police commander, ASP Eric Awiadem, who confirmed the incident to Joy News, said “thirteen people include seven males, four females and two children – between the ages of two and three have been confirmed dead”.

He said the driver, instead of 15 passengers had picked nine extra passengers and that is suspected to be the cause of the accident.

Last Updated on Sunday, 02 November 2014 23:49
Ebola crisis: Infections 'slowing in Liberia' PDF Print E-mail

liberiaThe World Health Organization (WHO) says there has been a decline in the spread of Ebola in Liberia, the country hardest hit in the outbreak.

The WHO's Bruce Aylward said it was confident the response to the virus was now gaining the upper hand.

But he warned against any suggestion that the crisis was over.

He said the new number of cases globally was 13,703 and that the death toll, to be published later on Wednesday, would probably pass 5,000.

'Pet tiger'

The figure of 13,703 is a significant leap on the previous WHO situation report on Saturday, which showed cases rising above 10,000 for the first time - to 10,141.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 23:49
Nigeria says Boko Haram negotiations are 'ongoing' PDF Print E-mail

bbogNigeria says it is still holding talks with Boko Haram, two weeks after the government said it had agreed a truce with the Islamist militant group.

A presidential spokesman said he was optimistic that something "concrete and positive" would come out of the talks.

There has been no comment from Boko Haram, and violence in northern Nigeria has continued.

More than 200 schoolgirls are still being held by the group, which has been fighting an insurgency since 2009.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2014 00:01
Major hunt for killers of S Africa footballer Senzo Meyiwa PDF Print E-mail

SENZOSouth African police have launched a major manhunt to find the killers of national football captain Senzo Meyiwa, shot dead by suspected burglars.

They have offered a reward of 250,000 rand (£14,000; $23,000) for information about the attack, which highlights the country's high rates of violent crime.

Meyiwa, 27, was reportedly shot after men entered his girlfriend's house.

President Jacob Zuma led tributes to the goalkeeper, saying "words cannot express the nation's shock".

Police said two men had entered the house in Vosloorus, south of Johannesburg, at around 20:00 (18:00 GMT), demanding mobile phones and valuables. A third man remained outside.

Zambian President Sata death: White interim leader appointed PDF Print E-mail

zambian new presidentZambian Vice-President Guy Scott has been named acting leader following the death of President Michael Sata.

Presidential elections to choose a permanent successor will be held within 90 days, Defence Minister Edgar Lungu said.

Mr Scott, who is of Scottish descent, becomes Africa's first white head of state for many years.

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