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ACCRA adidas nmd trainers uk , March 19 (Xinhua) -- The government of Ghana proposes to spend part of its World Cup participation fee to construct a modern Sports Complex, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, minister of Youth and Sports adidas nmd trainers sale , disclosed here on Wednesday.
According to him, the sports complex will also have an Olympic size swimming pool, modern boxing gymnasium as well as other facilities.
The minister disclosed this when he took his turn in the Meet- The-Press series organized for various government ministries to throw light on activities and major policy issues.
In 2013 yeezy boost 650 uk , Ghana won 25 medals comprising 11 gold, eight silver and six bronze at the International Swimfest Competition in Arnsberg, Germany yeezy boost 550 uk , while the Black Cranes won 19 medals at the 2013 African Weightlifting Championship held in Morocco.
Furthermore, the country in 2013 won bronze in disabled sports at the International Paracycling Road and Time Trial in Canada, won gold at the International Cricket Council yeezy boost 750 uk , Africa Regional Division 2 U-19 Cricket Tournament in South Africa.
In table-tennis, Ghana won one gold and three silver medals in the West Africa Zone 3 U-15 and 18 Junior Championships held in Accra.
All these achievements in 2013 came out of the initiatives of individual sportsmen and women as well as some private institutions since the country does not have training facilities at national level for such sports.
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During its maiden appearance in the World Cup in 2006, Ghana received 8.0 million U.S dollars from the Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA). Part of this money was used for the development in football in the country.
In 2010, Ghana received 14 million dollars but controversy ensued over the use of the money.
Therefore the then Minister for Sports Akua Dansua and the Ghana Football Authority (GFA) handed over to the government 11 million dollars of the amount which was paid into the consolidated fund.
"The money was put into the Consolidated Fund and the whole country benefited from its use yeezy boost 350 mens uk ," Afriyie-Ankrah responded to a question from the media as to how the 2014 appearance fee was spent.
This was against the backdrop of the government's sole financing role of the national teams that participate in all FIFA organized international tournaments, with no tangible financial returns accruing to the state.
To the Ghanaian government, if the state bears the complete cost of participation by national teams in these FIFA tournaments yeezy boost 350 oxford tan uk , it stands to reason that any financial returns accruing to the senior national team must also go back to replenish the stock, and help develop other sporting disciplines.
by Jamil Bhatti， Liu Tian
ISLAMABAD， Feb. 17 (Xinhua) -- At least 101 people were killed and over 300 others injured in seven bomb blasts during last four days across Pakistan as the country witnessed a sudden surge in terror attacks after a visible tendency of drop in such attacks since the launch of military operation in 2014.
Thursday evening's suicide bombing was the latest of this wave. A bomber hit a gathering of hundreds of people at a Sufi shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan town of Jamshoro district in Pakistan's southern Sindh Province， killing 72 people and leaving over 200 others injured， police said.
Inspector General of Sindh police， A.D. Khwaja said that the worst incident of the year 2017 took place when a young suicide bomber exploded his explosive laden jacket amid the people performing Dhamal (mystic dance) inside the main compound of the shrine.
Faisal Edhi， head of rescue team， said that the killed included 43 men， 20 children and nine women， fearing that the death toll might further rise because several of injured were in critical condition.
Emergency were declared in all hospitals in Sehwan and in neighboring cities of Hyderabad and NawabShah， while critical injured were being airlifted by the Pakistan Air Force to hospitals in the southern port city of Karachi.
Militants group of Islamic State， through a website of its news agency AMAQ， has claimed the attack.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemned the attack and directed the authorities concerned to provide the best treatment to the injured.
Following the attack， Pakistan's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa appealed the nation to stay calm and said "your security forces shall not allow hostile powers to succeed. We stand for our nation. Each drop of nation's blood shall be revenged， and revenged immediately. No more restraint for anyone."
He also said that the recent terrorist acts are being executed on directions from hostile powers and from sanctuaries in Afghanistan， adding "we shall defend and respond."
The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR)， the media wing of Pakistan army， said that the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan has been closed with immediate effects till further orders due to security reasons.
The new wave of terrorist attacks started on Monday across the country from northwest tribal area to southern Quetta， killing and injuring dozens.
On Tuesday， Sharif visited the residence of a slain police officer and said "we have fought this fight against the terrorists among us， and will continue to fight it until we liberate our people of this cancer， and avenge those who have laid down their lives for us."
Bajwa also chaired a high-level meeting at Corps Headquarter in Lahore on Tuesday and approved the launch of a combing operation against terrorists in Southern part of the Punjab province， an underdeveloped area considered to be a sleeping cell of terrorists.
The Pakistani Foreign Office summoned Afghan Deputy H.