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11-Sep-2014 to 10:46

MSF worried by air travel restriction to Ebola-hit countries

APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — The President of the French charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF Belgium), Dr Meinie Nicolai, has said that the air travel ban imposed on Ebola-hit countries poses a threat to their operations amidst the worsening of the Ebola crisis.

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11-Sep-2014 to 10:21

S/Leone: Uncoordinated anti-Ebola communication confuses the public

APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — A member of the Presidential Task Force on Ebola in Sierra Leone has criticized the uncoordinated dissemination of messages, describing it as confusing to the public.

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11-Sep-2014 to 10:15

US donates 5 ambulances to help Sierra Leone fight against Ebola

APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — The United States has donated five new ambulances to Sierra Leone in response to a request by the government to help it fight against the Ebola epidemic in the country, the US embassy Charge d'Affaires in Freetown said here on Wednesday.

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10-Sep-2014 to 18:18

Ghana beats Togo 3-2 in AFCON qualifier

APA-Accra (Ghana) — Ghana’s Black Stars on Wednesday beat Togo 3-2 in the 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifier game played in Lome which was monitored in Accra.

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10-Sep-2014 to 18:16

W/Africa’s BRVM trades 54 893 securities worth $911 000

APA-Dakar-(Senegal) — A turnover of 54 893 securities worth $911 000 were traded on Tuesday by investors on the floor of the Regional Securities Exchange (BRVM) of the eight nation West African franc zone in contrast to $539 000 on Monday.

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10-Sep-2014 to 18:04

Ghana poised for unprecedented prosperity - President Mahama

APA-Tamale (Ghana) — President John Mahama has stated categorically that his critics would be ashamed because Ghana is poised for unprecedented economic prosperity.

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10-Sep-2014 to 17:45

Ghana inflation rises to 15.9 percent

APA-Accra (Ghana) — Ghana's annual consumer price inflation rose to 15.9 percent in August from 15.3 percent in July, the statistics bureau said on Wednesday.

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