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Default fears sent markets down as Europe dithers and Greece braces for unrest.
Tax collectors are getting creative. Bold-faced names: prepare to be outed.
Greece points to reforms and argues it shouldn't be Europe's scapegoat.
Greek debt may threaten the euro zone. But taxes and spending cuts are making its citizens desperate.
Worldwide campaign to end paralyzing disease is close to victory, but outbreaks remain.
Homeless kids in Lome perform for education and skills to build lives.
Innovative college in Accra helps aspiring middle class move on up.
Christian and Muslim Africans alike go to traditional markets for juju magic and potions.
Environmentally-conscious firm in Ghana recycles plastic bags into stylish totes.
Islamic minority is worried their reputation has been ruined by Nigerian who tried to bomb airplane.
Sea turtles face numerous obstacles to survival, but conservationists are determined to give them a helping hand.
Taxi drivers post their belief in divine intervention on their cars.
Lottery players seek advice on lucky numbers.
Legacy of nation's first leader improves with appreciation of Pan-Africanism.
In advance of Obama's Africa visit, growing Chinese influence for Africa's resources
Will Obama wear Africa's iconic textile when he comes to Accra?
Rivalry between two West African countries rises and falls with economies.
Michelle Obama, descendant of slaves, can bring hope and support worthy causes in Africa.
New report urges government to increase its levy on gold mining.
Ghana is soccer mad, but the new government is aiming for participation in more sports.