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Season 14 of NCIS, the most watched show in the world, airs every Saturday on on M-Net

NCIS season 14, currently broadcast on DStv’s M-Net every Saturday at 5:30pm has been lauded as the #1 drama series on U.S. television for the eighth consecutive year. The series is the most watched drama TV series in the world, according to Eurodata TV Worldwide. On Tuesday 20 June at the 57th Monte-Carlo Television Festival the global powerhouse series received the prestigious 12th International Television Audience Award for a Drama TV Series. NCIS has now won the award three out of four years.

Ramadan: Mark Zuckerberg dines with Somali Refugees in Minneapolis

Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg on Friday, had his first Iftar dinner with a group of Somali refugees in Minneapolis. An excited Zuckerberg in an appreciation post on Instagram wrote:

More than 140 feared buried in China landslide

More than 140 people are feared buried alive after torrential rain touched off a landslide in southwestern China, according to news agency reports.
The landslide hit the village of Xinmo, in Maoxin county of Sichuan province, at about 6am local time (22:00 GMT Friday), the Xinhua report said.
A couple and a baby were rescued and taken to hospital after 46 homes in Xinmo were destroyed by boulders when the side of a mountain collapsed, according to the Maoxin county government.

Peter Tosh's son beaten into a coma in jail

The family of Jamaican reggae musician, Peter Tosh, who died in 1987, want answers after his son ends up in a coma while serving time on pot charges. From New York Time's Page Six

Must Watch Video : Trendsetters With Yaa Somuah - A Hot New Talk Show Featuring Inspiring Women

You might have seen a lot of talk shows focused on women, well there is a new game changer in town.

Trendsetters With Yaa Somuah is a brand new talk show set to be unveiled this July. The weekly online show will feature different phenomenal women who will share their secrets to success, their challenges, plus juicy details about their life.

Venezuelan dad makes plea to president

A man whose son was killed during an opposition protest in Venezuela's capital Caracas has made a personal plea to President Nicolás Maduro.
David Vallenilla's 22-year-old son, also called David, was shot by military police on Thursday. 
Mr Vallenilla says he once worked with the president on Caracas' transport system, and called on his "former colleague" to clear his son's name.

Zylofon Media artistes Stonebwoy, Becca to dazzle at BET Experience

For Ghana to be seen and heard on a bigger platform like the BET awards, some representatives should make a massive appearance on some of the recognized stages in the schemes.

The answer for the spotlight in our current music dispensation is in the hands and power of the newly signed Zylofon Media artistes Stonebwoy and Becca.

Though this is not the first time Stonebwoy will be on that platform, this time round he gets to share the same stage with his label mate Becca in far away USA.

Johnny Depp apologizes for his joke about assassinating President Trump

Johnny Depp has apologized for his joke about assassinating President Trump. In a statement he released on Friday, he said it was a bad joke and that he didn't mean any harm by it. Adding that the joke he told Thursday to the Glastonbury Festival crowd was in poor taste. 

Villa Monticello Is The Only West African Hotel In The 2017 World Travel Awards - Africa's Leading Boutique Hotel Category

For the second year in a row, Villa Monticello, Ghana's premier luxury boutique hotel is the only West African based hotel to be nominated in the Africa's Leading Boutique Hotel category for the 2017 World Travel Awards (WTA), considered the “Oscars” of the travel industry.

The WTA aims to celebrate travel and hospitality organizations who push the boundaries of industry excellence.

Belgian court finds 8 Arab princesses guilty of trafficking and abuse

Eight princesses from Abu Dhabi's ruling al-Nahyan family were each given a 15-month suspended prison sentence and fined 165,000 euros ($185,000) on Friday after a court in Belgium found them guilty of human trafficking and abusing their servants.

The case dates back to July 2008, when Princess Shekha Alnehayan,  and her seven daughters rented an entire floor of Brussels' Conrad Hotel for several months and brought more than 20 servants with them.