“Ishema’s decision reflects the unease that independent…Continue
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Nowadays, when it comes to advertising, a person has to get pretty creative if they want to be noticed. With numerous ways to promote a brand and big names such as Facebook and Apple floating around out there, "Where do I even begin?" is a question swirling around many people's heads.
Recently, Mashable posted an article entitled "Facebook Ads: 5 Tips for Success". Originally published on the …
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I have been working as a journalist/editor for almost 15 years. Biggest problem we have in Croatia and neighbouring countries is that we do not communicate enough. And since we are no longer interesting to big video agencies, many stories live in rather small communities. Most of the countries in this region have inhabitants to fill up a middle sized European city. And half of that is TV audience. Finding reliable partners is also difficult because big companies usually don't have…Continue
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Albert Oppong Ansah
Human Immune Virus (HIV) related stigma, discrimination and misconception continue to manifest in every aspect of the society creating major barriers to fighting HIV/AIDS, Mr Charles Kwadwo Oppong, Programmes Manager of Ghana Network of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (NAP+) has observed.
However, he said, visibility and openness about AIDS were the prerequisites for the successful mobilization of communities and individuals to responds to the…Continue
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Albert Oppong -Ansah
Less than 40 per cent of the residents of Central Gonja District, in the Northern Region, have access to potable water whiles the remaining 60 per cent compete with cattle for dammed rain water.
Many of the residents Central Gonja also rely on unhygienic, discoloured and muddy water. The district has a history of being a guinea worm infested area in the Country.
Mr Issifu Salisu Be-Awuriba, Central Gonja District Chief Executive (DC E) made this…Continue
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Today’s editorial in Russia’s financial daily Vedomosti is about well-known bloggers that basically serve as citizen beacons by focusing on particular areas where the respective government agencies have been slow to act. All these bloggers are first of all activists that have dealt with the public service’s bureaucracy, incompetence, silence and blatant wrongdoing for many years.
The column mentions some of them together with functions of the…Continue
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Today I saw a News Item in New York Times : Spain Gets Approval to Keep Romanians Out. Spain doesnot want Romanian workers to work in its factories. In India Indians doesnot want Bangladeshi migrants on their soil anymore. Some right wing parties have election agenda to stop Bangladesh migration which they termed as Infiltration. Within country like India particularly in Mumbai local people are speaking against migration of poor people of other states which are part of…Continue
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The international community has been challenged to provide food and other relief supplies to region of South West Somalia, which has been neglected despite the dire humanitarian situation there.
Speaking in Nairobi, the chairman of Peace and Development and Research Engineer Salah Shek Osman appealed to donors and relief agencies to assist South West Somalis, currently experiencing the worst drought in recent memory. He asked donor agencies to move fast and…Continue
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I spent last weekend and yesterday frantically reading tweets, Facebook updates, G+ updates, blog posts, looking at photos and videos, listening to BBC, The Guardian and AlJazeera updates from UK really worried about my friends, about London and about the general state of UK for that matter. I was so shocked I decided to observe and feed links to Global Voices blog…Continue
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A local farmer expalining a point to H.E Hrtharin Cousin(left) US Ambassador and Representative to the UN Agencies for Food and Agricuture on how the afforestation site at Kpachelo, in the Sevelegu/Nanton district in Tamale,the Northern Regional capital have been progressing since its initative. 33,000 trees including mangoes, tick and acacie have been planted in Kpachelo to combat climate change in the area. H.E Cousin urged the community to work hard for the future generations. ' Your…Continue
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…..a success story of combating desertification in Upper West Region
A news feature by Albert Oppong-Ansah
Bearing in mind the importance as well as the benefits of land as a natural resource for present and future generations, the Kanpour Women Association (KWA) have made it a…Continue
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Dushtami korona, pulish eshey marbey (Stop being naughty, or else the police will come and beat you)," Saiful Haq, father of a three-year-old, thought this would be his warning, from now on, to his mischievous kid. The idea took shape when the news of a Dhaka University (DU) student named Abdul Quader was beaten mercilessly by police, who claimed Quader was a robber. Saiful, a service…Continue
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A media executive with SiMBA radio was shot to death by sniper fires on August 4, 2011 at the premises of the radio in Bakaro market, controlled by the Somalia government.
Farah Hassan Sahal, one of the management of the SIMBA radio was killed by sniper fires at the radio compound in Mogadishu’s Bakara market, while trying along with other media executives, to move the radio equipment into the safer zones of Mogadishu, “to secure the rest of the equipment remained undamaged…Continue
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