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Five Krobo Girls students seriously injured in gas explosion

Five final year students of Krobo Girls Senior High School in the Eastern region are on admission at the Atua Government hospital for treatment for extensive multiple burns they sustained in a gas cooker explosion on Monday. The accident occurred while the girls went to buy food from a vendor who was using a gas cooker. Medical officers believe the ...

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New UN Strategy Could Save Two Million Children A Year

GENEVA — The World Health Organization and U.N. Children’s Fund are unveiling a new strategy to end preventable child deaths from pneumonia and diarrhea by 2025.  The agencies say this new plan of action potentially could save the lives of up to two million young children each year. Pneumonia and diarrhea are two leading killers of young children.  Together, they ...

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Immigration Reform Gains Strength from Early Failures

WASHINGTON — Anatole Senkevitch isn’t Hispanic. He’s not young or “illegal,” either. But he is the face of the U.S. immigration reform movement. Or at least one of them. He’s a foot soldier in a carefully choreographed political campaign that has carried the movement closer to its goal than ever before. The retired architecture professor in the pressed khaki suit ...

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Boy Killed in Boston Blasts Remembered for Boundless Energy

Neighbors gathered around a chalk rainbow on the sidewalk outside eight-year-old Martin Richard’s home, mourning the youngest victim of Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon and missing his boundless energy and winning smile. “Very happy, happy-go-lucky,” said Jane Sherman. Martin was afraid of her dog, a Rottweiler, she said, but he always gave her a cheerful greeting. “An outgoing, wonderful ...

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Activists Plea for Immigration Reform Outside US Capitol

CAPITOL HILL — Immigrants rights leaders, civil rights leaders and a group of young immigrant leaders from across the country gathered outside the U.S. Capitol Monday to send Congress a message, as they said, that “We are Ready” for comprehensive immigration reform.  The activists gathered as a group of eight U.S. Senators knows as the “Gang of Eight” is expected ...

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Washington Week: Radar on Immigration, Gun Control…..

WASHINGTON — Two of America’s thorniest issues – immigration reform and gun control – will be the focus of deliberations in the U.S. Senate this week.  Rare bipartisanship has emerged on both issues, boosting prospects for legislative action. Months of negotiations between a group of Democratic and Republican senators have yielded a bipartisan immigration reform bill, expected to be unveiled ...

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A TEENAGE boffin built a DNA tester in his bedroom to find out why his younger brother is ginger.

With his short, brown hair, Fred Turner doesn’t look anything like his younger brother Gus, whose loud red curls are difficult to miss. Fred, who had always expressed an interest in science, decided to get to the bottom of their differing appearances by building a DNA testing machine in his bedroom. “After years of jokes from my friends saying me ...

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Young Ladies Patronising Artificial Buttocks

Information reaching Adom News indicates lots of young Ghanaian ladies have been patronising fake buttocks and hip enhancing panties on the local market. The fake enhancers are nothing more than foam pads stuffed into normal ladies’ underwear to give users that extension around the hips and butts. Some traders of the enhancer panties told Adom News they have become hot cakes ...

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