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North Koreans Will ‘Eat Grass’ So Kim Jong Un Can Buy War Weapons, Putin Says

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would allow his people to “eat grass” before he ever gives up his nuclear and missile defense programs, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday at a news conference in China.

John Legend Once Tried to Break Up With Chrissy Teigen and Her Reaction Was Perfect

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have long been the epitome of celebrity couple goals, but even these two have had their ups and downs. In a new interview with The Guardian the 38-year-old GRAMMY winner admitted that he once tried to break up with his now-wife, but that the split didn’t stick.

Becca announces concert to celebrate 10 years in music, October 21

Becca celebrates a decade in music this year, and after releasing her third studio album, ‘Unveiling’, the singer is planning a mega concert to commemorate the event.
The ‘Daakeda’ hitmaker in collaboration with Zylofon Media will hold the 10 years anniversary concert on October 21 this year.

Nigeria and South Africa both come out of recession

Nigeria and South Africa, two of Africa's richest countries, are no longer in recession as the economies of both grew in the last quarter.
Nigeria had experienced a long period in the doldrums with five consecutive quarters when the economy shrank.

Partey hat-trick inspires Ghana to 5-1 win in Congo

A hat-trick from Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey inspired Ghana to a 5-1 in Congo in Group E of World Cup qualifying. 
The win was Ghana's first in the group - at the fourth time of asking - and came four days after being held to a 1-1 draw at home by the same opponents.

Your Approach To Reviving DEAD Movie Industry Flawed – FOCAP Slams FIPAG & Yvonne Nelson

Federation Of Concerned Arts Professionals (FOCAP), an arts-based pressure group of experts that advocates for the better positioning of Ghanaian arts has criticised Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) and multiple award winning actress Yvonne Nelson for being cynical and irresponsible.

“We’re in love” – Actress Meghan Markle opens up about Relationship with Prince Harry

“Suits” actress Meghan Markle has confirmed her relationship with British royalty Prince Harry as she covers the October 2017 issue of Vanity Fair magazine.

Lesotho army commander 'shot dead' by soldiers

Lesotho's army commander has been shot dead by rival military officers, according to the officials in the small southern African country.
Defence Minister Sentje Lebona confirmed the death of Lieutenant General Khoantle Motsomotso on Tuesday morning, The Associated Press news agency reported.

"I don't enjoy being single, it's not something I wanted": Angelina Jolie opens up in new interview

Angelina Jolie recently had an interview to promote her new movie 'First They Killed My Father' and she made some revelations.
Speaking to Telegraph in a Beverly Hills hotel suite, the actress revealed what her life has been like since separating and filing for divorce from Brad Pitt last September.

Duchess wins damages over topless photos

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been awarded 100,000 euros (£92,000) in damages after a French magazine printed topless pictures of Catherine.
A French court ruled the images used by Closer - taken as the couple holidayed in Provence five years ago - had been an invasion of their privacy.

Photos: South African boxer proposes to his girlfriend inside boxing ring on her birthday

South African boxer Mark Farah went down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend inside the boxing ring on her birthday.

Photos: Ugandan pastor, Prophet Elvis Mbonye sits on white and gold throne as worshippers kiss his shoes

Photos of worshipers kissing Ugandan pastor,  Prophet Elvis Mbonye’s shoes has gone viral on social media.

Danish Queen set for two-day visit to Ghana in November

The Queen of Denmark, Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II will pay a State visit to Ghana in November.
She will be joined by several Danish ministers and a delegation of Danish businesses.

Italian mafia and drug lord, Rocco Morabito arrested in Uruguay after 20-years on the run

The Uruguayan Interior Ministry in a statement confirms that Rocco Morabito described by authorities as a prominent member of the Ndrangheta, or Calabrian Mafia, a convicted drug kingpin in the Italian mafia has been arrested after being on the run for over 20 years.

Twins, One White and One Black, Get Ready to start secondary School: 'I Notice People Doing Double-Takes'

There’s no trouble telling these 11-year-old twins apart, as one is white and one is black.
Marcia and Millie Biggs, from Birmingham in England, looked almost identical when they were born in July 2006 but their difference in skin tone became more apparent as they aged.

2018 World Cup: Cameroon fail to qualify after Nigeria draw

African champions Cameroon cannot qualify for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia after a 1-1 draw with Nigeria in Yaounde on Monday.
The result means Cameroon have just three points from four matches and can no longer finish top of Group B.

Zulu maidens prepare for annual Reed Dance, undergo virginity testing to affirm their purity"

Thousands of maidens have undergone virginity testing in their districts throughout the province and now they are ready to affirm their purity before Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini this week.
Every spring‚ maidens arrive at the king’s Enyokeni Palace in Nongoma. And this year’s Reed Dance (Umkhosi Womhlanga)‚ facilitated by the KZN department of arts and culture and the Zulu royal household‚ takes place from September 8 to 10.

Senior high schools yet to receive funds to start free SHS policy

The umbrella body of headmasters, the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS), says it is yet to receive funds and other logistics to start the free Senior High Schools (SHS) policy.
General Secretary of CHASS, Psalm Gyebi told Joy News although various senior high schools across the country are ready the lack of funds may stall efforts to roll out the programme.

Photos : “Adam The Eve” Shakes Silverbird Cinemas With Massive Turn Out

The much talked about movie “Adam the Eve” was premiered at Silverbird Cinemas in Accra Mall and West Hills on Friday.

“Adam the Eve” won the hearts of many movie lovers even before the main premiere through the quality posters and trailer released by the producers, Ingrid Elizabeth Alabi and her team at Time House Production.

Lil Wayne's Daughter Tweets Rapper Is 'Doing Fine' Following His Reported Hospitalization for Seizures

Lil Wayne is doing better, according to his daughter.
Reginae Carter took to Twitter on Monday to reassure fans that her father is "doing fine" after reportedly being hospitalized for epileptic seizures a day earlier. 

Two arrested with fake currency in Ashanti Region

Police in the Ashanti Region are holding two youngmen in custody for producing fake currency.
The two; Dauda Issah, 31 and Osman Issah, 30 were arrested on Thursday 31st August 2017 at Adum in Kumasi.

North Korea nuclear crisis: Kim Jong-un 'begging for war'

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is "begging for war" with his latest and most powerful nuclear bomb test, the US envoy to the United Nations has said.
Nikki Haley told an emergency meeting of the Security Council in New York that America did not want a war but its patience was "not unlimited".

Indonesian Court sentences a judge to 8-years in prison for corruption

Monday, a court in Indonesia sentenced a Constitutional Court judge to eight years in prison for corruption.
The anti-corruption court in Jakarta found Patrialis Akbar guilty of receiving 10,000 dollars from a meat importer.