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Akufo-Addo flies to UK for check-up

The 2012 presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo, on Tuesday left Ghana with his wife, Rebecca, to the UK for “scheduled engagements including his regular medical check-up”. A statement issued Wednesday by Mr. Herbert Krapa, Nana Addo’s Press Aide said, the NPP leader “will be away for a week”. Nana Akufo-Addo is first petitioner challenging the ...

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24 year old hacks uncle to death

Victor Elemawusi Yao, a 24-year-old unemployed and resident of Logba-Klikpo in the Afadjato South District of the Volta region has butchered his uncle to death with a cutlass. The deceased, Mawuko Tagbo, a 56-year-old farmer, suffered an untimely death from multiple wounds sustained in the savage act, when a misunderstanding ensued between them in a crab hunting expedition. Mr Kartey ...

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Former Airport security boss nabbed in US in drugs related offence

The former Airport Security boss, Solomon Adelaquaye has been arrested in the United States for drug trafficking. Adelaquaye who is Managing Director of Sohin Security was picked up with three others-two Nigerians and a Columbian for their roles in a drug trafficking syndicate which had been operating in the West Africa sub-region. The Narcotic Control Board has confirmed the arrest. ...

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Washington State Charges Whitcom 911 Dispatch Employee with theft of $13,910

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE         May 28, 2013   State Charges Whitcom 911 Dispatch Employee with theft of $13,910 OLYMPIA – The Washington State Attorney General’s Office Friday charged Emily Kirk of Pullman, Wash., with theft of $13,910 from Whitcom 911 Employee Guild. The Guild’s treasurer is accused of Theft in the First Degree, Money Laundering and Forgery. From June 2011 through ...

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Change Your Breath From Bad to Good…And Be careful with Mints

By Pamela  Babcock WebMD Feature Reviewed by Michael W. Smith, MD  No one likes to hear it, but it’s worse not to know it: You have bad breath. Bad breath (also known as halitosis or malodor) can be embarrassing and tough on those around you. Some people don’t realize their breath could peel paint because people are afraid to tell ...

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Study: Bad Teeth, Gums Major Problems

Joe DeCapua : May 31, 2013 1:48 PM A new report says nearly four-billion people – more than half the world’s population – have major tooth decay, or cavities. Health officials warn that poor oral health can lead to social and psychological problems. Listen to De Capua report on tooth decay Professor Wagner Marcenes led of team of researchers as ...

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Indian Study: Vinegar Test Cuts Cervical Cancer Death Rate

Doctors from Mumbai, India are reporting success in cutting the number of cervical cancer deaths using a simple household staple — vinegar. Presenting their study at a conference in Chicago Sunday, the doctors say they were able to cut the number of deaths by 31 percent in their study involving 150,000 women. They say that swabbing the cervix with vinegar ...

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Turkish PM Blames Protests on Extremists

Dorian Jones       June 03, 2013 ISTANBUL — There have been more clashes in Turkey’s capital, Ankara, between anti-government protesters and security forces, as civil unrest in the country continues. The prime minister condemned the protesters and called for calm. Protests are also continuing in Turkey’s largest city, Istanbul. Around 1,000 protesters clashed with security forces in the center of Ankara. ...

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