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World's richest woman and L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt dies at 94

Liliane Bettencourt, the L'Oréal heiress and the world's richest woman, has died.
Mrs Bettencourt passed away in the early hours of Thursday at the age of 94, her daughter Françoise Bettencourt-Meyers has announced.

Diego Costa: Chelsea agree terms with Atletico Madrid to sell striker

Chelsea have agreed terms with Atletico Madrid for the transfer of striker Diego Costa back to the Spanish club.
The move, which will be completed in January, is subject to the agreement of personal terms and a medical.

Kenya's election date changed again

The chairman of Kenya's electoral commission (IEBC) has announced that the re-run of the presidential election will be held on 26 October. 
Wafula Chebukati had initially planned to hold the election on 17 October.

Police release disturbing CCTV footage of the moment Drake's friend was murdered

Toronto police have made the decision to release shocking CCTV footage that shows the moment a close friend of rapper Drake was murdered in an ambush.

"Many of my friends are going to Africa to get rich" - US president, Donald Trump says

President Donald Trump yesterday hosted African leaders to Lunch at the sidelines of 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. While speaking at the Lunch, Trump hailed Africa's business potential, saying many of his friends are moving to the continent to do business so that they can get rich.

Sierra Leone FA boss Johansen charged with corruption

Sierra Leone's FA president Isha Johansen has been charged with abuse of office and misuse of public funds by the country's Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC).
Johansen has been indicted on three counts, as has Sierra Leone FA (SLFA) Secretary General Chris Kamara.

Philippines president Duterte orders police to execute his own son if discovered he's a drug trafficker

Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte has ordered police to carry out the strict procedures of his war against drugs if his son is found guilty of drug dealings and criminal activities.

The President’s strong anti-drugs stance, has seen more than 9,000 civilians killed for links to drug dealing and use.

Ghana-born tech executive Bozoma Saint John says Uber did not poach her

Ghana-born tech executive Bozoma Saint John has said that she was not poached by ride-hailing app Uber from Apple, but had instead decided to leave her job as the head of its consumer marketing division, Tech Crunch reports

Chelsea and Manchester City investigated by Fifa over signing of youth players

Chelsea and Manchester City are being investigated by Fifa over their recruitment of young players.
This is the third time football's world governing body has looked at Chelsea, and in 2009 they were banned from making signings for two years.

Eniko and Kevin Hart planning expensive baby shower amid cheating scandal

Looks like Eniko Parrish has forgiven her man for allegedly cheating on her. She and Kevin Hart are reportedly planning a super expensive baby shower amid the cheating scandal.

Busy Internet Partners Graphic For 2017 Graphic Business Breakfast Forum

Busy Internet is partnering with the Graphic communications group to present the 1st edition of the Graphic Business breakfast forum for this year.

The graphic business breakfast forum is a quarterly thought leadership series that brings industry professionals, regulators and policy makers to discuss topical issues that border on national development.

Photos/video: Kenyan lady caught on camera masturbating inside an Uber

Photos and video of a Kenyan lady who was caught on camera masturbating allegedly inside an Uber have gone viral.
The video was shared on Instagram by one Kufre Mayana who claimed the lady sent her Uber driver on an errand in order to masturbate.

Video: Trumps calls Namibia 'Nambia' which got a lot attention on Twitter

People are still discussing remarks by US President Donald Trump during a working lunch at the sidelines of the ongoing UN general assembly.

Mr Trump's mispronunciation of Namibia as "Nambia" got a lot attention on Twitter:

Facebook donates $1 million to aid victims of Mexico earthquake

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg says the company will give $1 million to the Red Cross in Mexico to help rebuild areas that were decimated by a powerful earthquake this week.

Beyoncé and JAY-Z caught in legal drama over pool

Beyoncé and JAY-Z's multi-million dollar Bel Air mega-mansion is causing quite the splash for the superstars.
The power couple bought the massive estate only last month — but in doing so, the pair waded into a five-figure spat over the installation of the property's fourth pool. 

Akufo-Addo delivers maiden speech at UN General Assembly today

President Nana Akufo-Addo will Thursday afternoon deliver his maiden speech to world leaders at the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

The President is expected to highlight several interventions being pursued by his government since he assumed the mantle of leadership, especially the Free Senior High School programme, the One District One Factory among others.

Bill Gates candidly opens up on aid and technology in Africa

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been hosting today its annual conference on the sidelines of the 72nd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York. In an exclusive interview with the pan-African magazine New African, Bill Gates – whose philanthropic work and aid in Africa are well documented – is unwaveringly candid.

Former middleweight boxing champion, Jake LaMotta dies at 95

Jake LaMotta, a former middleweight champion of the world has died at the age of 95. 

His agent, Nick Cordasco, confirmed his death In a statement that says, 'working for the champ for almost 20 years was an honor. Jake was funny and very sweet. Heaven now has a BULL!'.

Photos: Miss Malaika Ghana 2017 Kick Starts Weekly Tasks Ahead Evictions

The competition is keen as delegates are assigned weekly tasks to test their pulse and also fish out those who fall short along the way.

Weekly evictions are sure to follow in subsequent episodes and delegates are leaving no stone unturned to stay safe from eviction.

Photos: Usher's accuser in Herpes lawsuit reveals her Identity as it emerges she's also an R&B singer

Laura Helm, the Georgia woman suing Usher for $20 million for allegedly infecting her with genital herpes has now revealed her identity.

The accuser who filed two new court documents in a Fulton County courthouse on Wednesday, is an R&B singer from New Orleans and goes by the stage name Laura Michelle.

Nkrumah founded Ghana – Mahama

Former President John Mahama has waded into the age-long but revived debate over whether Ghana has a single founder or founders.

In the view of Mr. Mahama “Osagyefo’s emergence as the Founder of modern Ghana and an international symbol of freedom was not by accident”.

North Korea says Trump speech is 'a dog's bark'

North Korea's top diplomat has called US President Donald Trump's speech to the UN "the sound of a barking dog".
Speaking to the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, Mr Trump said he would "totally destroy" North Korea if it posed a threat to the US or its allies.