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Achimota School ordered to admit Rasta students

The Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court has ordered Achimota Senior High School to admit the Rastafarian students,…

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World

US human rights ‘deteriorated’ in 2020: Amnesty International

The situation of human rights in the United States deteriorated further in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic and the presidency…

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World

Pakistan: How poverty and exploitation drive child marriages

Rights activists and medical experts have urged the government to take concrete actions to prevent underage marriages. Activists say poverty…

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World

U.N. seeks access to Ethiopia’s Tigray for war crimes probe

The United Nations’ human rights chief asked Ethiopia on Thursday to allow monitors into Tigray to investigate reports of killings…

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General News

To silence the media is to corrupt democracy – A reminder to Akufo-Addo

“There is no greater tyranny than that which is perpetrated under the shield of the law and in the name…

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Opinion

Ye are Many, They Are Few’: Nonviolent Resistance to the Elite’s Covid-19 Coup

On 16 August 1819, an estimated 60,000 pro-democracy and anti-poverty activists were peacefully protesting the utterly corrupt nature of the…

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World

International Criminal Court decries US sanctions on officials

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has condemned “unprecedented” sanctions imposed by the United States on prosecutor Fatou Bensouda and one…

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Opinion

COVID-19 Does Not Exist: The Global Elite’s Campaign of Terror Against Humanity

There is no COVID-19 virus. It does not exist. If you ask any doctor or scientist in the world to…

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Opinion

I have killed many ‘witches’, please forgive me

I did not intend to. Please, believe me. I was just being a responsible community member helping my people to get…

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Politics

It’s “most despicable”, “barbaric” – “Sad” Opoku-Agyemang condemns lynching of 90-year-old granny

Prof Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has condemned the recent lynching of a 90-year-old grandmother for alleged witchcraft up north.   “My…

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General News

The women in Ghana’s ‘witches camps’ speak on what International Women’s Day means – in pictures

As the world marked International Women’s’ Day Sunday, close to 500 women still live in ‘witches camps’ in Ghana. They…

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Opinion

The children serving ‘witches’ – in pictures

Over 300 minors living in Ghana’s so-called witches camps. Many denied education, cast out of their homes and forced into…

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