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John Atta Mills - Wikipedia

John Atta Mills, who ran three times for president before being elected in the closest vote in Ghana's history on a platform vowing to reform the West African country, has died at age 68.

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John Evans Atta Mills, President of the Republic of Ghana, speaks during the United Nations General Assembly September 23, 2011 at UN headquarters in New York.

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The president of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills, died Tuesday afternoon at a military hospital shortly after being admitted for undisclosed reasons. He was 68 years old. The president's death was ...

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ACCRA, Ghana – President John Atta Mills' election victory secured Ghana's reputation as one of the most mature democracies in West Africa, a position further solidified Tuesday when the ...

Ghana's President John Atta Mills Dead at 68 - VOA News

The president of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills, has died at age 68, the Ghana News Agency reports. As the AP reports, Mills ran three times for president and finally emerged the victor in 2009 ...

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John Atta Mills, who was elected president in the closest vote in Ghana's history and then led the West African country amid newfound oil wealth, died Tuesday just months before the end of his ...

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Ghana's president, John Atta Mills, died Tuesday at a military hospital in Accra shortly after falling ill. Officials did not give a cause of death.

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ACCRA, Ghana, July 24 (UPI) -- Ghanian President John Atta Mills died Tuesday at a military hospital in Accra, the Ministry of Information said. He was 68. The Ghana News Agency did not disclose ...

Ghana's President Atta Mills died at age 68 - CBS News

File - In this file photo taken on Friday, Sept. 23, 2011, President of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills, waits to address the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

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John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills (21 July 1944 – 24 July 2012) was a Ghanaian politician and legal scholar who served as President of Ghana from 2009 to 2012. He was inaugurated on 7 January 2009, having defeated the ruling party candidate Nana Akufo-Addo in the 2008 election . [2]

Ghanaian President John Atta Mills dies at 68 - The ...

President John Atta Evans Mills of Ghana died unexpectedly at a military hospital yesterday in Accra, less than five months to a presidential election holding on December 7. He celebrated his 68th ...

Ghana's President John Atta Mills dies at age 68 | CBC News

File - In this file photo taken on Friday, Sept. 23, 2011, President of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills, waits to address the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

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Ghana's president, John Atta Mills, died Tuesday at a military hospital in Accra shortly after falling ill. Officials did not give a cause of death.

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John Atta Mills, 68, was the third and until his death, the President of the Fourth Republic of Ghana. He was inaugurated on 7 January 2009, after defeating the ruling party candidate, Nana Akufo ...

Ghana's Atta Mills dies at 68 - Vanguard News

The president of the West African nation of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills, has died at age 68, according to a statement released by the president's chief of staff on Tuesday. Mills, who fell ill on Monday night just two days after celebrating his 68th birthday, …

Ghana's President Atta Mills died at age 68 | Deseret News

The president of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills, has died at age 68, the Ghana News Agency reports. As the AP reports, Mills ran three times for president and finally emerged the victor in 2009 ...

Ghana's President Atta Mills died at age 68 | Deseret News

Ghanaian President John Evans Atta Mills died of cardiac arrest yesterday at a military hospital in Accra on the day he was scheduled to be in Abuja on a one day working visit. Atta Mills, 68 ...

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Jul 25, 2012· BAMAKO, Mali — John Atta Mills, the president of Ghana, died on Tuesday at a military hospital in the capital, Accra, five months short of finishing his first term in office. He was 68…

Obituary: Ghana's President John Atta Mills - BBC News

ACCRA, Ghana (AP) — President John Atta Mills vowed to spread Ghana's wealth stemming from newly discovered offshore oil fields, but his death Tuesday came before he could finish his first term in this West African nation long held up as a model of democracy. He was 68. The country's state-run ...

Ghanian President Mills dead at 68 - UPI.com

Ghana's President John Atta Mills has died at the age of 68. The Ghanaian minister of information, Fritz Baffour, confirmed the president's death in a phone interview with VOA. The official Ghana ...

Ghana's President, John Evans Atta Mills, Is Dead : The ...

Ghana's President John Evans Fifii Atta Mills is dead. He died exactly three days after his 68th birthday on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, in the course of an illness. A statement said the 68-year-old died a few hours after falling ill, but did not give details.

Ghana's President John Atta Mills Dead at 68

DAKAR — Ghana's president, John Atta Mills, died Tuesday at a military hospital in Accra shortly after falling ill. Officials did not give a cause of death.

President of Ghana John Atta Mills Dies At 68

The president of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills, died Tuesday afternoon at a military hospital shortly after being admitted for undisclosed reasons. He was 68 years old. The president's death was ...

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President John Atta Mills, 68, died yesterday, 23 July, at a miitary hospital in Accra after taking ill the previous night, according to a presidential statement.