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England-based Malawian soccer starlet Henri Kumwenda has refused to play for Malawi National Football Team, the Flames.

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Ghana and the United Kingdom have resolved to deepening the bilateral relations that exist between the two countries, as well as explore areas of interest which will inure to the mutual benefit of the two countries and their respective populations.

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The Auditor-General Daniel Yao Domelevo has been cited for contempt of Court in an application filed by lawyer for the Senior minister, lawyer Yaw Oppong, for his refusal to file in court documents based on which he surcharged Mr Yaw Osafo-Maafo and four other officers.

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A 48-year-old Eunice Adu, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Travel Bureau Limited has been charged by the Medina District Court for allegedly lsquo;stealing and forging rsquo; signatures of her former husband to secure a loan of $150, 000.

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Monrovia – The Liberian Government has sent 16 additional students to study in Morocco, with their relatives allegedly agreeing to foot some of the bills should the government find it difficult to pay.

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Monrovia -The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has applauded SHE-CAN – a US-based International Humanitarian Organization for providing a fully-funded International tertiary scholarship to young Liberian females scholars.  SHE-CAN is a humanitarian organization that anchors on equipping and empowering young women from post-conflict countries to become productive leaders.

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MONROVIA – On January 21, 2020, the European Union (EU), Oxfam in Liberia and Foundation for Community Initiatives (FCI) will launch a new programme: Enough! Empowering women, girls, boys and men to take positive action in ending SGBV in Ghana, Liberia and Mali.

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Monrovia – Loita Capital Partners International, a Pan-African investment bank, has formed a “formidable” partnership with the Liberia Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) to boost the investment component of its services.

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Monrovia – King Mohammed VI Foundation in Liberia has completed its second Quranic reading and recitation competition in Monrovia with Abubarkar H. Sow and Abrahim Sory Barry winning the highly competitive Quranic recitation race.

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Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided the latest update on his squad ahead of the Red Devils’ Premier League clash with Burnley on Wednesday night at Old Trafford.

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A former Vice Minister of Public Security in China, Meng Hongwei, was on Tuesday sentenced to 13 and a half years in prison for taking bribes at a court in Tianjin.

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[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Legal confusion has surfaced over the biometric Sim card registration exercise - with the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) coming under attack for what critics say is the regulator's resolve to push for a procedure that is not provided for in the country's statute books.

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Former Presidential Adviser, Tanko Yakasai says the Southeast should produce Nigeria’s next president in 2023. Yakasai explained that other regions of the country have produced Nigeria’s president except the Southeast.

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[ISS] Just when it looked like things couldn't get worse in Lesotho, the country was again plunged into uncertainty last week with the announcement by Prime Minister Tom Thabane, 80, that he was resigning.

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[ISS] Just when it looked like things couldn't get worse in Lesotho, the country was again plunged into uncertainty last week with the announcement by Prime Minister Tom Thabane, 80, that he was resigning.

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The Jigawa State Command of the NSCDC have arrested two suspects for alleged theft of transformer parts in Birnin Kudu local government.

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Paris Saint-Germain forward, Kylian Mbappe has praised Liverpool for not losing any games in the Premier League so far this season. Mbappe described Jurgen Klopp’s side as a ‘machine that just wins and wins’.

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The Boko Haram sect has reportedly executed Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Michika Local Government Area of Adamawa State, Lawan Andimi.

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The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), has reacted to reports making the rounds on social media of a new method to register for National Identity Number, NIN.

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Holding a sign reading "a black child's life is worth less than the price of a life jacket”, Natalie Ridgard says Parktown Boys' School pupil Enoch Mpianzi’s death was “grossly negligent”.

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They are set to begin a life independent of royal ties.

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The victim's hand was chopped off by her brother-in-law.

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Ministry offering free screening at sub-county and county health facilities.

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People at Njanje village in Kasungu are living in fear due to hyenas which killed a man from the village on Thursday.

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The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has appointed former Flames defender Clement Kafwafwa as Team Manager of the Malawi National Team.

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The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) and other parties against new voters 39; register are protesting on the streets of Kumasi in Ashanti region today. The protest is part of series of demonstration to kick against the compilation of the new register given the fact that, a new register is a waste of taxpayers money and could also create tension since the election is close.

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Virginia – At long last, the Liberian School for the Blind has resumed classes for the current academic year. The school resumes after several months of delays in the disbursement of monies budgeted for the institution in the national budgets.

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MONROVIA – Stakeholders from the agriculture, coastal and energy sectors have assisted the Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) team with the identification of barriers, which would help to develop an enabling framework for the transfer, deployment and diffusion of prioritized technologies in Liberia.

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[Namibian] Namibians can expect to know early next month whether the country will face the historic prospect of having a presidential election rerun.

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[CAJ News] Luanda -The recent death of five people after a landmine explosion in northeastern Angola is a tragic reminder of the unenviable legacy of one of the longest conflicts in the continent.

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