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Showing posts from June 29, 2018

Fans storm Mohamed Salah's house In Egypt after his address leaked on social media (photos)

Fans of Liverpool striker stormed Mohamed Salah's House In Egypt after his address was leaked on social media.  

Angelina Jolie channels Meghan Markle in Ralph & Russo at royal event

An American brunette dressed in a chic neutral tones walked up the steps of St. Paul’s Cathedral this afternoon and, no, it wasn't Meghan Markle.

Young man weds two women at once in Kenya, encourages other men to do same if they can afford it

A young Somali man got married to two women last week in Kenya. The wedding, which took place in Sinai village, Ahmed Dhagah district, was well attended but the guests were surprised by the strange spectacle of a groom and two brides.

Drake confirms fatherhood

Drake has finally confirmed he has a son on his brand-new double album Scorpion, which dropped late Thursday night.

President Akufo Addo mourns Former Vice President Amissiah Auther

President Akufo Addo is shock and saddend by the death of former vice president Paa Kwesi Amissah Auther.

Breaking: Former Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Kwesi Amissah Arthur Dead

Former Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur has died. The former governor of the Central Bank died shortly after being rushed to the 37 military hospital after he reportedly collapsed while at the gym early Friday morning.

Leaked report details why EC Boss was sacked

Immediate past Chair of the Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei, breached procurement laws in the award of several contracts, prior to the 2016 elections, a report by the committee that investigated her has indicated.

These are the victims of the Capital Gazette newsroom shooting

Robert Hiaasen walked into the newsroom of the Capital Gazette newspaper convinced that his community had the right to know the news. He had a unique way of telling stories and enjoyed mentoring young reporters.

Nigeria fuel truck blaze kills at least nine

A petrol tanker has caught fire in Nigeria's biggest city, Lagos, killing at least nine people, officials say.