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  1. United States personnel train Ambulance Service staffRead the original story

    Yesterday | Ghanamma.com

    Accra, May 22, GNA - A team from the US in collaboration with the National Ambulance Service has trained Emergency Medical Technicians to provide vital health care to the sick and injured before reaching a health facility. The two- week training was facilitated after a visit to the North Dakota, five years ago by Mr Kofi Portuphy, National Coordinator of National Disaster Management Organisation upon the invitation of the North Dakota National Guard through the US Embassy in Ghana.

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  2. Miners predict exciting yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | GhanaWeb

    This, he said, confirms the mining industry as a growth pole in the country's economy. Statistical data on the industry provided by the Minerals Commission give credence to the position that there have often been increased foreign direct investment flows to the sector, rising annual mineral output and value of mineral exports, increased exploration activities with a rise in the number of operating mines, as compelling evidence to support the sector's contribution to the national economy.

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  3. Northumberland in top five national parks in world thanks to magazine Conde Nast TravellerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chronicle Live

    Northumberland has been rated as one of the world's top five national parks from top world travel magazine CondA Nast Traveller Best in the world Northumberland National Park tops CondA Nast Traveller's list of worlds best National Parks. Housesteads Crags, Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland The 400 square miles of the park is home to the Hadrian's Wall world heritage site, and is a Gold Tier International Dark Sky Park.

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  4. Africa in pictures: 15-21 May 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BBC News

    The next day, Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson dons a floppy hat and holds an paraffin lamp as she leads a protest against power cuts in Ghana's capital, Accra. Ugandan singer Jemimah Kansiime, aka "Panadol wa bassajja" , poses on Sunday ahead her court appearances this week on pornography charges in relation to a music video.

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  5. Musicians, Soccer stars clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | GhanaWeb

    All roads in Kumasi will, on June 21 this year, lead to the Baba Yara Stadium where a crunch football match will be played to raise funds for charity. Black Stars players and former national stars, forming one team, will lock horns with a team of music stars and people from the creative arts industry.

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  6. Your Travel Expert On: Classic CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Patch.com

    Now as this rediscovered island begins to accelerate with progress, more American travelers than ever are seizing the monumental moment to explore the country. Today, a trip to Cuba presents opportunities for exclusive privileges including a personal concierge to anticipate your needs and private car service.

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  7. The Sound of Music in SalzburgRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    This year is the 50th anniversary of the release of the film The Sound of Music, and the day after the documentary "The Sound of the City: Julie Andrews Returns to Salzburg" comes out - well, I'm in Salzburg, Austria. And, just like the majority of the 6.5 million visitors who come to this pretty town each year , I am tuned in for echoes of the sound of music.

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  8. Classic CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Patch.com

    Now as this rediscovered island begins to accelerate with progress, more American travelers than ever are seizing the monumental moment to explore the country. Today, a trip to Cuba presents opportunities for exclusive privileges including a personal concierge to anticipate your needs and private car service.

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  9. World's longest, highest glass-bottom bridge to open in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | CNN

    Apart from being an observatory, the bridge will also serve as a runway for events such as fashion shows. It will be able to support a maximum of 800 people at one time.

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  10. The hills are still aliveRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Yahoo!

    This year is the 50th anniversary of the release of the film The Sound of Music, and the day after the documentary "The Sound of the City: Julie Andrews Returns to Salzburg" comes out - well, I'm in Salzburg, Austria. And, just like the majority of the 6.5 million visitors who come to this pretty town each year , I am tuned in for echoes of the sound of music.

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  11. Supporter pays Eleven Wise' Ghc 500 fare to KumasiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | GhanaWeb

    Sekondi Eleven Wise has been saved by the bell as their national supporters' chairman, David Atta Mensah has donated an amount of five hundred Ghana cedis to cover the team's transportation fare to Kumasi for a Division One League game against KFC Samosa, sportscrusader.com can confirm. The former premier league campaigners were expected to travel to Kumasi to play the bottom-placed club on Saturday morning, but they could not embark on the journey due to lack of funds.

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  12. Chamber of Mines cuts sod for new officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | GhanaWeb

    The Ghana Chamber of Mines has cut sod for the construction of its new ultra-modern head office in Accra, to be called: "The Mine Head." Located at South Legon in Accra, the Mine Head when completed would serve as the permanent address of the Ghana Chamber of Mines as well as other mining companies in the country.

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  13. Top five things to do this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Bucksfreepress.co.uk

    After the class, test your new skills at our Rainbow Cocktail Competition, in which teams will create the most impressive layered Rainbow Cocktail. Tickets are A 49.50, available by calling 01865589992 or email office@rosiesrainbowfund.co.uk.

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  14. New book shines light on Louisiana's UNESCO World Heritage site Poverty PointRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | The Advocate

    Photo by JENNY ELLERBE -- Mound A at Poverty Point is made of about 312,000 cubic yards or dirt. Or, if you're a Native American holding a basket, about 15.5 million basket loads.

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  15. Protecting & Restoring Syria's Trains as Part of Her Cultural HeritageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | OpEdNews

    With Daish advancing toward the gates of Syria's ancient city of Palmyra , an irreplaceable treasure for the Syrian people and for the world, where this observer has been honored to spend many inspiring awe-filled hours these past few years observing and contemplating its unique blend of Greco-Roman and Persian influences, another global archeological tragedy may be unfolding. Fears are raised today in Syria that this UNESCO World Heritage Site could face destruction of the kind the jihadis have already wreaked in Iraq and other areas of this country.

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  16. Bet on American dream pays off with nursing degree for Ghana nativeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Albany Times Union

    Douglas A. Ayombisa, a nursing student at Belanger School of Nursing/Ellis, talks about his life during an interview on Thursday, May 14, 2015, in Schenectady, N.Y. Ayombisa, who came over from Africa to start his career in nursing, will graduate Friday. Douglas A. Ayombisa, a nursing student at Belanger School of Nursing/Ellis, talks about his life during an interview on Thursday, May 14, 2015, in Schenectady, N.Y. Ayombisa, who came over from Africa to start his career in nursing, will graduate Friday.

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  17. Prof. Bondzi-Simpson to address inaugural Mfantsipim lecturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | GhanaWeb

    Professor Philip Ebow Bondzi-Simpson, a Professor of Law and Founding Dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Cape Coast, will today, deliver the inaugural address of the Mfantsipim Annual DWEN HWE KAN Lectures with the theme: "Dwen hwe kan, Mfantsipim Creed For Leadership In Africa". The annual Dwen hwe kan Lectures have been instituted by the School to provide a platform for renowned Old Boys of the School to ruminate through topical national and global issues that relate to leadership, patriotism, governance, development, volunteerism, nationalism, community and public service, loyalty and allegiance within the context of Mfantsipim values, creed and philosophy as defined by the founding members.

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  18. Protecting and Restoring Syria's TrainsRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Counterpunch

    With Daish advancing toward the gates of Syria's ancient city of Palmyra , an irreplaceable treasure for the Syrian people and for the world, where this observer has been honored to spend many inspiring awe-filled hours these past few years observing and contemplating its unique blend of Greco-Roman and Persian influences, another global archeological tragedy may be unfolding. Fears are raised today in Syria that this UNESCO World Heritage Site could face destruction of the kind the jihadis have already wreaked in Iraq and other areas of this country.

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  19. Confederation Cup: Egyptian giants Al Ahly head star-stacked castRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | GhanaSoccerNet.com

    Egyptians Al Ahly, the most successful club in pan-African football competitions, head a star-stacked 2015 CAF Confederation Cup cast into play-offs this weekend. Ten of the 16 hopefuls have been African champions and three others won the second-tier Confederation Cup.

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  20. Get off the beach in Baja - Part 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Pique News Magazine

    As I straggle to shore, exhausted but happy, the owner of Todos Santos Eco Adventures in Baja California gives me the thumbs up. I've just spent the morning learning to surf with Sergio Jauregui's instructors and I can't stop smiling I actually got up! But as we dry off and change back into our clothes, I'm not so sure about the next adventure we have planned.

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