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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.

The Centre for International Education, University of Cape Coast yesterday organized its second biannual Study Abroad Fair. The Fair, according to a Principal Administrative Assistant at the Centre, Mary Annum, is aimed at educating the student populace on the opportunities available for them to study abroad on exchange programs.

The University of Education, Winneba, will on Monday September 17, 2018, induct Rev. Prof Anthony Afful-Broni as its fourth Vice Chancellor.

The event to be attended by President Akufo-Addo as Special Guest is expected to end a turbulent cycle of leadership crisis the University has struggled in the last few months.

Five people including the Secretary of the Ghana National Petroleum Tanker Drivers Union have been arrested by the police following a clash with a rival group Monday morning during a sit-down strike by the drivers.

The Minister of Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has agreed to meet with the Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association (GIBA) to address concerns on the StarTimes satellite TV project and the Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) platform.

A former Minister of Environment, Science and Technology, Mr Akwasi Oppong-Fosu, has urged Parliament to summon the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development to come and give account of what she knows about the involvement of metropolitan, municipal and district chief executives (MMDCEs) in illegal mining (galamsey) activities.

President Donald Trump on Monday declared himself an “absolute no” on statehood for Puerto Rico as long as critics such as San Juan’s mayor remain in office, the latest broadside in his feud with members of the U.S. territory’s leadership.

Chilean President Sebastian Pinera on Monday announced a plan worth $24 million aimed at ending a lengthy conflict between the state and the country's indigenous population in the south.

Investigators in Alabama say they have an audio recording of a 15-year-old girl brutally murdering her 19-year-old sister and 44-year-old mother — but have no idea what may have sparked the violence.

The stabbing deaths of Rosa Aminta Maldonado and daughter Rosa Lee Maldonado occurred last week, moments after one of the victims called 911.