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South Side of Chicago isn’t ready for health emergencies-Jesse Jackson Sr.

BY JESSE  JACKSON sr   As this is written, everyone wounded in the terror bombings at the Boston Marathon has survived his or her wounds. This remarkable testament to effective medical response stems largely from Boston’s exceptional health-care capacity. But as demonstrated by the fertilizer explosion in West, Texas, the chaos wreaked by Superstorm Sandy, the shootings in Aurora, Colo., ...

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Minister accuses interior minister,Mr Kwesi Ahwoi of withholding relief items meant for central region.

XYZ News can report that the Chief of Staff, Mr Prosper Bani has summoned to the Flagstaff House, Deputy Central Regional Minister Queenstar Pokua Sawyerr, for launching an ascorbic media attack on Minister for the Interior, Mr Kwesi Ahwoi. XYZ News gathered from reliable sources within the Flagstaff House that the Presidency views Pokua Sawyerr’s attack on the Cabinet Minister ...

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Woyome back in court……after returning from trip abroad.

Embattled businessman Alfred Woyome appeared in court on Tuesday morning regarding the GH¢51 million judgment debt, between him and the State. Woyome who was granted permission from the court to travel aboard was criticized about whether he would return to continue the case or not. Mr Woyome’s special Aide, Kwame Tawiah explained to XYZ News that the presence of his ...

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The Church of England apologise to the descendants of victims of the slave trade.

The Church of England has voted to apologise to the descendants of victims of the slave trade. An amendment “recognising the damage done” to those enslaved was backed overwhelmingly by the General Synod. Debating the motion, Rev Simon Bessant, from Pleckgate, Blackburn, described the Church’s involvement in the trade, saying: “We were at the heart of it.” The amendment was ...

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Boston Suspects Likely Planned More Attacks

The surviving suspect in last week’s Boston marathon bombing remains hospitalized and unable to speak.  A law enforcement official says other attacks might have been carried out had Dzhokhar Tsarnaev not been apprehended and his brother Tamerlan not been killed. Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis says the suspects had weapons and explosive devices, and likely were planning attacks beyond the ...

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Sub-Saharan Africa received $31b remittances in 2012 – Ghanaians sent $18.7 billion

Remittances flow to sub-Saharan Africa reached about $31 billion in 2012, the World Bank estimated April 19, 2013.   According to the Bank, remittances to the region have been recovering from the contraction associated with the global financial crisis, but growth has been modest.   “In 2012, the region is estimated to have received about $31 billion in remittances, only ...

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Police and some Ejisu citizens helping themselves to free gasoline.

Some Police Officers on Friday April 19, 2013 joined a horde of local residents at Ejisu in the Ashanti region to scramble for free fuel which was flowing from a toppled tanker which overturned and spilt its contents alongside the road.   Police Officers arrived at the scene in Police pickup trucks with jerry cans and gallons and joined the ...

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Supremus Rex, Waddup With The Archeology? Critical News, 21st April 2013

I am sitting on a bench, my back against a wall at the Weija DVLA office, waiting to be called.  My castigation for not coming forth with the required “aseda” if I am to get my lost licence replaced today.  Forty-seven minutes into purgatory, I am watching Dufie (not her name at all, I have nicknamed her such, a reminder ...

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