World Bulletin / News Desk
Dr. Garvin Apio, medical superintendent at Kintampo Municipal Hospital, told local radio station Citi FM on Monday that most of the fatalities from the incident at Kintampo Falls in southern Brong Ahafo Region are students from a local university and high school.
Officials from the Ghana National Fire Service assisted in pulling out the dead and more than 20 injured from the water late Sunday.
Early respondents reportedly used chainsaws to cut off the tree branches before some of the trapped students were rescued.
Some of the injured tourists are receiving treatment at a local hospital.
Minister for Tourism Catherine Afeku, who is scheduled to visit the accident site Monday, said “the Ghana Tourism Authority will work closely with the Ghana Police and the Kintampo District Assembly to ensure the families receive needed support and information.”
Kintampo Falls is a tourist site popular among domestic and international tourists who throng to the area in the thousands every week.
Macedonia's foreign ministry said it was informed by the embassy late Sunday that employees were being called back to Belgrade for consultations.
The government also emphasised that current negotiations about the divorce are "inextricably" linked to future trade arrangements and should therefore be discussed at the same time.
The boat carrying Iraqis and Syrians, including 23 children, was intercepted late Sunday in the Black Sea in Romania's southeastern Constanta region, officials said.
The former Prime Minister of Kosovo, Bajram Rexhepi, died at 63 in Turkey, where he was being treated in a hospital after a cerebral hemorrhage that put him into coma.
Juba refuses that UN-approved Regional Protection Forces be deployed to capital's airport
Abderrahman Mechkah, who came to Finland from Morocco in 2016, receiving medical treatment after being shot by police
Former Deputy Foreign Minister Anatoly Antonov will take up responsibilities as ambassador
"I am resigning due to the fact that I am running for the presidency. I do not have the moral right to remain in this post," Jeenbekov said in a speech to parliament shown by state broadcaster KTR.
The pontiff said humanitarian corridors should be set up for those in need -- a move that could prevent the deaths of people attempting perilous journeys across deserts and seas.
Incident at bus stops in Marseille; local prosecutor rules out terrorism
She said she was "angered" by German auto giants who in the "dieselgate" scandal either broke the law or used legal loopholes, but also pointed to the at least 800,000 jobs in the crucial industrial sector.
UK government says distinctive historic bell, which rang out across British capital for 157 years, needs repairs
Nigerian leader was in London for more than 3 months due to health reasons
Iraqi army launched a military operation on Sunday to capture Tal Afar
Reports suggest manhunt for attacker widened to include southern Europe
Prime Minister Theresa May told 'decisive action' needed on faulty electrical appliances after tower block fires