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[The Herald] She succumbed to Covid-19 last night at the age of 48.
Announcement of the death of former President Rawlings pic.twitter.com/7ext0fp4sd
— Nana Akufo-Addo (@NAkufoAddo) November 12, 2020
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[Premium Times] The panel says it received the 22 petitions within one week from members of the public
With former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris declared the winners of the 2020 presidential race on Saturday, much of the nation was finally able to let a sigh of relief . As Blavity previously reported , both Harris and Biden took the stage on Saturday night to thank their supporters and lay out their vision for the country. While the mood was highly celebratory, both speeches fully acknowledged that much work needs to be done to fix a country broken by a pandemic , economic crash, racial injustice and hostile partisan divides. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has not yet shown signs of giving up his blatantly false accusations that he was the real winner of the race, and it's unclear how he and other Republicans will ultimately approach the incoming Biden administration. There’s still a long time between now and Biden’s inauguration on January 20, 2021. Here are six things to expect between now and then:
The couple was found dead in their Las Vegas condo.
[Shabelle] Somalia and the UN have lauded the role played by Somali women in peace, security and governance as the world celebrated the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina temporarily brought proceedings in the Senate to a halt on Tuesday when he entered the Chamber clad in the traditional Maasai attire.
[New Times] The national basketball team embarks on intensive preparations on Monday, November 9, ahead of the upcoming qualifiers for the African Basketball Championships (Afrobasket) 2021.
Angelo Agrizzi's lawyer has said he is in a "reasonably stable" condition and is still in ICU, awaiting the results of tests on his kidneys, blood and oxygen levels.
The Police say they are investigating the murder of Sanesha Lall, 16, of Richmond Housing Scheme, Essequibo Coast, which occurred on November 11, 2020, at Richmond Housing Scheme, Essequibo Coast, allegedly at the hands of a 34-year-old self employed male of Bounty Hall, Essequibo Coast.
The article Sixteen-year-old Essequibo girl stabbed to death in home appeared first on Stabroek News.
More than 350 elephants have died in northernBotswanain a mysterious mass die-off described by scientists as a “conservation disaster”. A cluster of elephant deaths wasfirst reportedin the Okavango Delta in early May, with 169 individuals dead by the end of the month. By mid June, 
The post Hundreds of elephants dead in mysterious mass die-off appeared first on The New York Beacon.
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate says it is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 30-year-old man from Elsies River in Cape Town who died in police custody.
Detectives assigned to the St Catherine North Police Division are probing the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman whose body was found in the Codjue River in Glengoffe on Friday.\tThe deceased has been identified as 40-year-old Marlene...
[Dalsan Radio] The Minister of Defence of the Federal Government of Somalia Hassan Hussein Haji met with the US Ambassador to Somalia Donald Yamamoto.
Sakhiwo Mbonyongwana died in a Khayelitsha police station cell on Tuesday.
In a recent one-week period, Oklahoma reported 18 deaths and 114 new cases of COVID-19 at nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, bringing the total number of residents and staff who have died to 155 as of May 22.
Using public data and reports through May 22 from the Oklahoma State Department of Health, The Frontier analyzed the state’s coronavirus deaths to try to determine where the disease is spreading and who it is hurting the most.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health, which tracks fatalities, gets reports from hospitals, physicians and long-term care facilities, said agency spokeswoman Shelley Zumwalt.
People are usually tested for COVID-19 before they die, Zumwalt said, but in some cases, for a death that is presumed to be related to the disease, the state medical examiner’s office will work to confirm it was a contributing factor.
It is the medical examiner’s duty to sign off on the death certificate, and the office and state health department work together to reconcile positive cases and deaths, Zumwalt said.