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To Hell with the so-called Government-backed pilgrimage

Black Power Following the publication of my article: “Are Blacks Intellectually Inferior to Whites?” in which I vehemently challenge some western peoples’ assertion that the White race is intellectually superior to Blacks, a number of insulting and abusive emails were received from some pathetic and narrow-minded White folks all over the Western world. Some referred to me as a miserable ...

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Syria conflict: General ‘defects to rebels’

A Syrian army general has reportedly defected to the opposition, saying that morale in the army had collapsed. A man identified by opposition activists as General Mohammed Ezz al-Din Khalouf announced his defection in a video shown on al-Arabiya TV. He is said to have reached safety in neighbouring Jordan. There was no comment from the Syrian government. New York-based ...

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Going to the hospital to die

As a citizen of Ghana, I’m beginning to wonder whether there is any safety at all for citizens of this country. I still remember when my father was transferred from the Atoa government hospital to the Korle-bu Teaching hospital for further treatment after he was diagnosed of cancer of the lungs. I was getting ready to go and meet him ...

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Storm-hit areas in the North declared disaster zones

The Government has declared seven areas which were recently hit by rainstorms in the Northern region as disasters areas. They include: Tamale, Gushiegu, Yendi, Milon, Zabzugu, Tatale, Savelugu/Nanton Sabola. A statement signed by Defence and Interior Minister Mr Mark Wayongo said theGovernment has promised to take urgent steps to channel emergency supplies to the disaster victims in the area. Below ...

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How Food Affects Blood Sugar

……………………………………..Trying to control your blood sugar? Learn which foods contribute to high blood sugar and which ones should be included in a low glycemic diet. If you or a loved one has diabetes, you know how important it is to stay in control of your blood glucose (sugar). Normally, the body is able to regulate blood glucose levels effectively by ...

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Brazilian worker survives iron bar piercing skull

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A 24-year-old construction worker survived after a 6-foot metal bar fell from above and pierced his head, doctors said Friday. Luiz Alexandre Essinger, chief of staff at Rio de Janeiro’s Miguel Couto Hospital, said doctors successfully withdrew the iron bar from Eduardo Leite’s skull during a five-hour surgery. “He was taken to the operating room, ...

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Sankofa:Afrifa’s Letter To Acheampong

The Late Ignatius Kutu Acheampong   Personal and Confidential Okatakyie Farms P.O. Box 89, Mampong-Ashanti 18th December, 1977 My Dear General and Friend, When I write to you since you came into office, I do not receive any acknowledgment. I would normally not write again, but this is a matter that touches on my life and the lives of a ...

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One Weird Trick to Stay Asleep All Night

Boston) – Did you know that people who get enough sleep (about 7-9 hours a night) are more likely to have higher productivity, feel more energetic throughout the day, and experience less stress? Sleep is crucial for concentration, memory formation, and repairing and rejuvenating the cells of the body. Both mentally and physically, a good night’s sleep is essential for ...

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