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About fifty students of the School of Business, University of Cape Coast, have been taken through bead and soap making. The training, an initiative of the School’s Business Incubator, is to equip students with skills in bead and detergent making to make them self-sufficient in starting their own business after school.

Mr Agyemang with the Rector of Koc University after signing the MoU.

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The Scholarship Secretariat has signed a Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with Koc University in Turkey to provide scholarship to Ghanaian students to study in the university.

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Pro Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Professor George K.T. Oduro says political polarization has become a threat to the Ghanaian national character and this is eventually having a toll on development.

Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo has recommended that courts be built in new prison facilities to administer justice.

A 42-year-old farmer, Collins Boadi, who impregnated his own daughter and aborted the pregnancy, has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in hard labour by the Asamankese Circuit Court.

A Deputy Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Godfred Dame, has disclosed that the state has identified some properties worth $7.5m that belongs to embattled businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome.

Over the weekend, US Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) released the results of a genetic test suggesting she does have some Native American ancestry. Warren, who is likely to run for president in 2020, probably hopes that the results will stop President Trump and his supporters from mocking her by calling her “Pocahontas.”

In a seemingly rare instance, Donald Trump was pressed about his views on climate change on Sunday in an interview with 60 Minutes' Lesley Stahl.

Although Trump stepped back from his previous claims that climate change is a hoax, he stopped short of acknowledging that it is a manmade problem, and claimed that global warming will somehow reverse.

HONG KONG — In America, the refusal by some NFL players to stand for the national anthem touched off a roiling, years-long national debate about racial injustice, patriotism and freedom of expression.

In China, a 21-year old woman accused of “disrespecting” the national anthem sparked an immediate and draconian reaction: She was jailed.