05 July 2020


Ghana president self-isolates despite negative virus test (14)
Accra (AFP) Ghana's president has gone into self-isolation for two weeks as a precautionary measure despite testing negative for coronavirus, the government said, after one of his contacts was confirmed to have the illness. President Nana Akufo-Addo began his quarantine on Saturday and will be working from the presidential villa in Accra, capital of the West African country, the information minister said in a statement.
Chinese, Ghanaian leaders exchange congratulations on 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties (7)
Video PlayerClose BEIJING, July 5 (Xinhua) - Chinese President Xi Jinping exchanged congratulatory messages on Sunday with his Ghanaian counterpart, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on the 60th anniversary of the establishment of China- Ghana diplomatic relations. In his message, Xi noted that since the establishment of bilateral diplomatic ties 60 years ago, the traditional friendship between China and
Ghana minister resigns for flouting coronavirus quarantine (1)
Published:Saturday | July 4, 2020 | 2:49 PM Ghana's deputy trade and industry minister, Carlos Ahenkorah - Contributed photo Ghana's deputy trade and industry minister has been forced to resign for breaking coronavirus self-isolation restrictions after testing positive for COVID-19. Carlos Ahenkorah, who is also a member of parliament, had visited a voter registration centre in his constituency in the city of Tema before completing his period of isolation.
American coach makes his mark by winning Austrian title (1)
July 5, 2020 DueSSELDORF, Germany (AP) - Jesse Marsch came to Europe to make a name both for himself and for every other American soccer coach. He managed that in a big way. Marsch led Salzburg to this season's Austrian league title, the most significant trophy won by an American coach in Europe. "My main emphasis in coming to Europe - of course, ambition was a part of it - but it was more to see if my idea of leadership could thrive in this
Moscow's death toll from confirmed coronavirus cases rises by 24 to 3,953 (1)
As of July 4, Moscow registered over 224,200 coronavirus cases © Denis Grishkin/TASS MOSCOW, July 4. /TASS/. Another 24 patients diagnosed with COVID-19, a disease caused by the novel coronavirus, died in Moscow over the past 24 hours, the city's anti-coronavirus crisis center said on Saturday. "Twenty-four patients have passed away in Moscow.
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