French left-wing parties, who were in opposition at the time, have also come in for criticism for not condemning the massacre. They have been seen as complicit in the cover-up given that they filed a law suit against the police for opening fire on mainly French anti-war protesters, killing seven, a few months later, and yet remained silent about the massacre of Algerians.
The Vice President of Sierra Leone, Dr Mohammed Julie Jalloh yesterday led a high powered Sierra Leonian delegation to undertake a working visit to Ghana’s Ministry of Energy. The visit formed part of a two-day working tour of the country with the aim of fostering collaboration between countries and how to provide, reliable, quality and […]
The 27-year-old has been out of action since late October and Tuchel had hoped to ease him back into action this week. N’Golo Kante remains sidelined with a knee issue, while Jorginho has been forced to play through the pain of a back problem and will now miss Wednesday’s Champions League trip to Zenit Saint […]
The Member of Parliament for Fanteakwa North in the Eastern region, alao the chairman for Parliamentry select Committee on Education, Hon. Kwabena Amankwa Asiamah has cut sod for the construction of five(5) junior high school blocks in the Constituency to improve accessibility and quality education. According to the MP, Begoro was known to be the […]
The Ghana Police Service has cautioned courier services and other motorbike riders to obey traffic regulations as they discharge their duties. According to the police, this will drastically reduce accidents as well as protect lives, and properties. Data from the Motor Traffic and Transport Department of police revealed that motorcycle accidents have claimed over Nine […]