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Rwanda’s Genocide Not Forgotten

This past weekend marked the 19th anniversary of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.  On April 6th, Hutu extremists began a killing spree that started with political opponents of the government.  Over the next several days and weeks, the world stood by as the campaign spread to include door to door slaughtering of Tutsis and moderate Hutus in the country’s capital, ...

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WikiLeaks Makes Leaked US Documents Searchable

The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has launched a new database containing 1.7 million documents from the U.S. State Department that were declassified, but were difficult for the public to access. WikiLeaks is calling the searchable collection the “Public Library of U.S. Diplomacy,” bringing together diplomatic and intelligence documents that previously could only be accessed through the National Archives. WikiLeaks founder Julian ...

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Wesley Snipes released from prison

Hollywood star Wesley Snipes has been released from prison in the US after serving time for not paying his taxes. The 50-year-old actor was jailed in Pennsylvania in 2010 for failing to file income tax returns. He’ll now remain under house arrest for the next four months in order to complete the three year sentence he was handed. Snipes has ...

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NPP accuse EC of forging list of foreign voters

The list of the 705 voters submitted by the Electoral commission as being names of Ghanaians registered in various diplomatic missions abroad to vote in the December 2012 polls, “was actually forged and contained several instances of multiple names and fake identities.” This revelation is contained in the main affidavit of the petitioners in the presidential election petition challenging the ...

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Ghanaian MP’s are sitting on fire and feeling the heat they never dreamt of in life

Member of Parliament for Lower West Akyem constituency in the Eastern Region, Hon. Gifty Klenam, has advised the general public not to envy the work of a parliamentarian since it is a profession that transforms a person into a borrowing machine in order to survive. The Lower West Akyem law maker told Accra based Okay FM that it was intriguing ...

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Breaking News….Margaret Thatcher Dead: Former UK Prime Minister Dies Of Stroke

The Associated Press reports that former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher has died of a stroke. The news was confirmed by her spokesman Lord Bell.   “It is with great sadness that Mark and Carol Thatcher  announced that their mother Baroness Thatcher died peacefully  following a stroke this morning,” Lord Tim Bell said, according to Reuters.     LONDON _ ...

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Justice Kpegah should be punished for his frivolities…..Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo

Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has described the recent action taken against his integrity by Justice Francis Yaonansu Kpegah as not only frivolous and vexatious, but one unworthy of hearing by the High Court. He said Justice Kpegah should be punished for his frivolities in instituting the action. This was contained in a legal response to the issues raised by the ...

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18 Church members arrested for trafficking kids from Aflao………

Eighteen members of the Maranatha Adventist Prayer Camp situated at Mentukwa in the Brong Ahafo Region have been arrested for alleged child trafficking. They were said to have trafficked some children aged between six and 18 from Aflao in the Volta Region to the camp and denied them education, medical care and the basic necessities of life. The arrest was ...

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