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Showing posts from November 6, 2019

13-year-old kid charged with two first-degree murders escapes custody in North Carolina

A 13-year-old boy facing two first-degree murder charges has escaped custody after a court appearance.

Erdogan says Turkey has captured Baghdadi's wife in Syria

Turkey has captured a wife of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday, more than a week after the former Islamic State leader killed himself during a raid by U.S. special forces.

Mexico's president Lopez Obrador rejects Donald Trump's offer to send the U.S. Army to wage war on Mexican drug cartels

Mexico's president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has categorically rejected US President Donald Trump's offer to help Mexico 'wage war' on the drug cartels using the US Army.

#InspirationalChat with Ghanaian songstress and Co-Founder of The Cake Fair, Kati G. #BeInspired!

Kati G, formally called Catherine Owusu Sakyi, is a Ghanaian female artiste with popular cover songs such as 'Skintight' by Mr. Eazi and 'You & Me' by Joey B and also one of the creative minds behind Ghana's biggest cake event, The Cake Fair.

Olympic athlete arrested and jailed for 8 years for smuggling £2m worth of drugs

A Dutch athlete, Madiea Ghafoor, who represented Netherlands in the 4 x 400 relay race in Rio 2016 Olympics has been arrested and jailed after she was caught during a routine border check with 50kg of ecstasy tablets, 2kg of crystal meth and 11,950 euros in cash in the boot of her car.

MultiChoice Reverses Move To Remove History and Lifetime Channels

Pan African pay-tv supplier of DStv has announce it will no longer cut Lifetime and History channels from its packages after it reached a new contractual agreement with partner A+E Networks Africa.

Man dies after eating 41 eggs for bet with friend

A man has died attempting to eat 50 eggs to settle a dispute with a friend.

“No Regrets For Using Oil Revenues To Fund Free SHS” – President Akufo-Addo

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says the educational investment being made in Ghana’s children is vital for the future of the country.