Doctors in Ghana have extended a strike that is emptying hospitals and posing a stiff challenge to the government of President John Mahama.
They are refusing to see out-patients or admit new in-patients, despite pressure from government, religious and cultural leaders to go back to work.
They want better pay and conditions from the government that is struggling to cope with a huge budget deficit.
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