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SACRAMENTO (AP) — California has long been what one expert calls “a symbolic death penalty state” — one of 12 that has a capital punishment law on the books but hasn’t executed anyone in more than a decade. The nation’s most populous state may now be easing back toward allowing executions, prodded by voters and lawsuits. However, observers are split on how quickly they might resume, if at all. Corrections officials expect to meet a Wednesday deadline to submit revised […]
The poll also shows that Trump, who ran on a campaign mantra of "draining the swamp" in Washington D.C. is losing support as an agent for change.
It is seen as a litmus test for the spread of populism around the world
The symbolic 100-day mark is on April 29 — the very day when the government, in a worst-case scenario, could shut down
Climate change is more than melting icecaps and swamped islands. The environmental effects of climate change — droughts, floods and severe weather, for instance — have increasingly put more people on the move. In 2015, the U.N. Refugee Agency counted 65.3 million people around the world as “forcibly displaced,” including about 40 million within their […]
Eric Gyamfi’s project “Just Like Us,” showcases queer people Ghana. “The plan for me was to document an aspect of my history that I feel has not been documented,” he explained. For Mr. Gyamfi, who received a 2016 Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund grant to support the work, the idea was to carve out a space […]
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One of the hottest celebrity couples in Ama Ghana is Dancehall King Shatta Wale and Shatta Michy. In 2015, they were blessed with a lovely son. They named him Majesty Nii Armah-Mensah aka. Shatta Majesty. A post shared by @michygh on Feb 1, 2017 at 8:28pm PST Fast forward to 2017 and […]
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Felicia Abban is Ghana’s first female professional photographer. She learnt photography from her father Joseph Emmanuel Ansah, apprenticing to him in his studio in the Central Region, as the only female apprentice. She set up her own photography studio one year before independence in 1956, and shortly after became the personal photographer of […]
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Life is a process and so the man who decides not to change is a statue. As we grow, we all need changes in our life and we can’t keep doing the same things over and over again. Yes! When we were kids, we did what kids were supposed to do and now we are […]
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This is “Sawie”. A local type of chewing sponge meant for brushing the teeth and crushed out of a particular plant. This has been the tooth brush and tooth paste of most Africans especially, West Africans for centuries and also doubles as a sponge for bathing and as it stands, it seems everything unique […]
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Felicia Abban’s path to becoming Ghana’s first female professional photographer started at her father’s (Joseph Emmanuel Ansah) side when he took her on as his only female apprentice. After opening her own studio in Accra in 1955, she brought other women into the profession as apprentices during a career that spanned more than 50 […]
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