“The Irish Diaspora: Tales of Emigration, Exile and Imperialism” by Turtle Bunbury; Thames & Hudson (304 pages, $34.95) ——— Ireland’s greatest export was always its people. Some fled famine, violence, or poverty. Others sought love, adventure, or fortune. And Turtle Bunbury’s “The Irish Diaspora: Tales of Emigration, Exile and Imperialism” pays them tribute. The word diaspora comes from Greek ...
Award-winning singer Stevie Wonder told Oprah Winfrey in an interview he is moving to Ghana, citing the political turmoil in the United States.
Hundreds are migrating to Ghana and Senegal to escape the racial tensions and the divisive politics in the US.
Applications to enter Ghana shot up from about 1,000 per week to a staggering 10,000. Most of the visitors are American.
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BUDUBURAM CAMP, Ghana — Henry Boley left Liberia to attend a conference in Nigeria just days after his twins were born. Now, weeks later, he can't get home. Amanda Johnson, a 50-year-old Liberian living in Ghana, awaits her fiance's departure from their home country for their wedding, but refuses to return home because of Ebola.