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Obama's daughter, Malia seen smoking a cigarette and kissing mystery guy at first Harvard-Yale game

The eldest daughter of former US president Barack Obama, Malia, was spotted at her first Harvard-Yale football game last weekend smoking and kissing a mystery guy. Read TMZ's report below.

Della Reese, ‘Touched by an Angel’ Star and R&B Singer, Dies at 86

Della Reese, who segued from pop and jazz singing stardom in the ‘50s and ‘60s to a long career as a popular TV actress on “Touched By an Angel” and other shows, died Sunday night at her home in California. She was 86.

Paul Pogba dedicates goal to migrants sold as slaves in Libya

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba used a triumphant performance for the English Premier League club to highlight the issue of migrants sold into slavery in Libya, after an exclusive CNN investigation last week.

Sonnie Badu to represent Ghana at Experience 12 in Nigeria

UK-based International Gospel Act, Dr. Sonnie Badu has once again been selected as the only Ghanaian to perform at this year’s “THE EXPERIENCE 12”.
‘THE EXPERIENCE’, is an annual event put together by the House on Rock Churches in Lagos, Nigeria, is an Interdenominational Gospel conference that features some of the best-known musical talents of our time. “The Experience”, which has now become known as the largest musical concert in Africa attracts over 700,000 people from all walks of life.

Former Wimbledon tennis champion, Jana Novotna, dies aged 49

Former Wimbledon champion, Jana Novotna, has died aged 49. Novotna, a former world number one in doubles and number two in singles, passed away peacefully yesterday, Sunday, November 19th after a long battle with cancer.  A statement released by the Women Tennis Association WTA announced her passing.

18-year-old student allegedly stabs boyfriend to death

An eighteen-year-old second-year student of the Methodist Senior High Senior School in Sekondi is in the grip of the police for allegedly stabbing her 19-year-old boyfriend to death.

Three new portraits of Queen Elizabath and Prince Philip are released as they celebrate 70th anniversary (photos)

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip will tomorrow celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary. And to mark the incredible milestone, three new portraits of the couple have been released.

UK will strengthen trade relations with Ghana - May promises

United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to consolidate trade relations between Ghana and Britain.

Zimbabwean army arrests finance minister after $10 Million was found in his house

As the crisis in Zimbabwe continues, the military has arrested the country's finance minister, Ignatius Chombo and photos of his bullet-riddled house has emerged online.

Pregnant Eniko Hart writes emotional letter to her unborn son as he passes his due date

Eniko Hart who's expecting her first child with actor and comedian Kevin Hart, took to Instagram to write an emotional letter to unborn son Kenzo who's now 40 weeks and three days past his due date. Sharing a photo of her heavily pregnant tummy, she wrote:

Bruno Mars wins big at 2017 American Music Awards (Full list)

The 2017 edition of the American Music Awards took place on Sunday at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Bruno Mars was the biggest winner of the night as he scooped seven awards at the event, while New Zealand country music singer Keith Urban went home with three awards.

Robert Mugabe: Legal action to remove Zimbabwe President to be initiated by war veterans

The leader of Zimbabwe's war veterans has said they will initiate legal action in the country's high court to remove President Robert Mugabe. 
Chris Mutsvangwa said the court action will argue the military takeover in Zimbabwe was legal because Mr Mugabe was derelict in his duties.

Uphold professionalism in memory of KABA – NMC urges journalists

The National Media Commission has urged journalists to uphold the best standards of the profession in memory of Kwadwo Asare-Baffuor Acheampong, popularly known as KABA, of Asempa FM.

KABA passed away peacefully in the early hours of Saturday, November 18, 2017, at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Protesters gather near Libyan Embassy after CNN report on migrant auctions

Protesters gathered outside the Libyan Embassy in central Paris following an exclusive CNN investigation into migrant auctions in Libya. 
"We have to mobilize. We can't let this kind of thing happen," one protester told France 24 at the rally Saturday. "Did we really need to see such shocking pictures before taking a stand? I don't think so."

Israel to deport 40,000 African refugees without their consent

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced an unspecified international deal to expel some 40,000 African asylum seekers from the country. The Israeli Cabinet also voted to shut down a migration center.
The Israeli prime minister said Sunday he had reached an "international agreement" that allowed his country to deport around 40,000 African refugees.

Terry Crews calls out Russell Simmons for telling him to give his alleged groper 'a pass'

Actor Terry Crews accused "a high level Hollywood executive" of sexual assault which he claims took place while at a party last month. A few weeks later the name of that executive was widely publicized. Around that same time, business mogul Russell Simmons contacted Crews asking him to forgive his abuser and "give the agent a pass."

President Akufo-Addo On 3-Day Visit To The United Kingdom

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo left Ghana on Sunday, November 19, 2017, for a 3-day visit to the United Kingdom.
On Monday, 20th November, President Akufo-Addo will meet with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP, a statement from the Presidency announced.

Serial killer Charles Manson dead after 46 years in prison

Notorious serial killer, Charles Manson, who masterminded one of the most heinous murder sprees in American history is finally dead at age 83. He was behind the grisly 1969 killing spree that took the life of young actress Sharon Tate and six others.