Archives April 2008

ROPAL will not apply in November elections...   CPP condemns Baidoe-Ansah's behaviour...
UN Security Council takes up Zimbabwe call...   Police challenge cocaine probe report...
Mugabe's parliamentary loss confirmed...   Kufuor meets Kyerematen and Akufo-Addo...
Today is World Malaria Day...   No turning back for Alan...
US envoy declares Tsvangirai winner of Zimbabwe's election...   Sweden to buy ethanol from Ghana...
EC reviews code of conduct for for parties...   Lots of baby Kofis born in Kenya...
France bids farewell to Aimé Césaire...   Tsvangirai meets Ban Ki-Moon in Accra...
Forced repatriations will cost Sweden more this year...   High profile UNCTAD conference opens in Accrra today...
UN chief attends summit in Ghana...   Brazil trounce Ghana 5-1...
Spain hold Nigerian lottery scam suspects...   Alan Cash resigns from NPP...
Tsvangirai calls on Mbeki to step down as mediator...   Nduom calls for peace during elections...
Aku weds Bo...   Ghana expects to produce 200,000 barrels of oil per day...
Kufuor prepares his men for smooth transition...   Zimbabwe to hold partial recount...
Electoral Commission admits discrepancies in voter register...   NDC group threatens defection over running mate saga...
Atta Mills chooses Mahama...   Nordic countries can't attract and keep skilled labour
India pledges African investment...   Swedish journalists hide the truth about immigrants...
Kotoko win but Ashanti Gold lose again...   Emmanuel Ansah-Antwi to carry DFP's flag in Elections 2008...
European fishermen plundering Africa of her fish...   Democratic Freedom Party starts delegates' congress
Democratic Freedom Party starts delegates' congress   Parties agree on rules to follow in the elections...
Swedish security police does not adequately control aslum seekers...   DFP interim chairman to contest for president...
Atta-Mills wants partner for votes...   NDC youth in Tamale on rampage...
NPP, NDC to deploy 270,000 polling agents...   Afris holds annual meeting...
NPP and NDC clash near Chief Imam's house   Ghana plans world summit on investment
     
     
 
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