West African leaders opt not to impose further sanctions, demanding instead a timetable for a swift return to civilian rule in the African country.
West African leaders to discuss Mali's second coup which has jeopardised a transition back to democracy, and could undermine a regional fight against militants.
Tensions boil over during tightly contested presidential and parliamentary elections that both sides say they are on track to win.
The country’s massive cathedral project sheds light on the deep links between Pentecostal, Evangelist leaders and the political elite.
In an escalating tit-for-tat trade war, the Ghana Union of Traders Association shut down almost 70 Nigerian-owned businesses because of Nigeria’s closure of its border to imports and exports.
The ban which impacts all fishing activities is meant for all fleets including canoes, inshore boats and trawlers.
The deaths occurred after a head-on collision between two buses in Bono East region with local media saying the driver of one of the buses lost control after falling asleep.
Ghana's rugby union wants the game to rival the popularity of football in the country and the girls are shaking up perceptions.
25-year-old Mohamed Salah scored 23 goals in 29 matches in all competitions and is the first Egyptian to win the award since Mahmoud al Khatib in 1983.
On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people converged on city centres across 60 different countries to participate in the Women's March. Some used the international platform to draw attention to local issues.
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