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How the international media reported Mills' death E-mail

The demise of Ghana’s President, the late John Evans Atta Mills has seemingly taken the world by shock. It is not usual that a sitting president would die, but when it happens the news certainly dominates international headlines. Mills’ death was not any different.

 
African Judges to Try Habré in Senegal E-mail

Senegal's agreement on July 24, 2012, to establish a special court to try the former dictator of Chad, Hissène Habré, if swiftly implemented, could mark a turning point in the long campaign to bring him to justice, a coalition of human rights groups said today.

 
President Mahama: I have lost a father, a friend and a senior comrade E-mail

Newly sworn-in president John Mahama has paid glowing tribute to the late President John Mills. In a short speech after he was sworn-in by the Chief Justice President John Mahama said “I lost a father, a friend and a senior comrade.”

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2012 09:43
 
President Mills is dead E-mail

President John Mills is dead. He died at the 37 Military Hospital Tuesday. It was confirmed by the Chief of Staff Martey Newman. The President died on Tuesday afternoon hours after announcing to Parliament that he was leaving for Nigeria.
He is said to have died from an acute cardiac arrest.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 July 2012 17:26
 
Rwanda: International Community Messed Up Congo, Says Kagame E-mail

President Paul Kagame yesterday lashed out at Western countries and International organisations, saying they are the cause of the ongoing crisis in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

 
Gambia: Free activist jailed for life over anti-government T-shirts E-mail

An activist serving life imprisonment with hard labour for printing and distributing T-shirts calling for an end to the dictatorship in The Gambia must be freed, Amnesty International said marking its annual Day of Action calling for improved human rights in the country.

 
Influx of Chinese: Only 607 registered with immigration E-mail

Official records at the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) indicate that there are 607 Chinese with work and resident permits in the country, immigration officials have said.

 
Woyome declines Parliament’s invitation E-mail
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) would have to wait a while longer or probably forgo having an encounter with Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome who is in the centre of the controversial GH¢ 51million judgment debt.
 
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