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Under-20 World Cup :Satellites to face Spain, France!

Ghana have been drawn with Spain, France in Group A of the Under-20 World Cup to be held in Turkey in June. The 2013 Africa Youth Championship runners-up are joined by USA, while Group B will see 2013 Caf Under-20 Championship third-placed side Nigeria take on 1991 winners Portugal, Asian entrants South Korea and Concacaf qualifiers Cuba. Africa champions Egypt ...

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US Senators Scramble to Firm Up Immigration Bill by April

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Congress is not in session this week, but a group of senators working on immigration reform are scrambling to finish a bill to introduce to Congress when it resumes in 11 days. Four of the eight senators visited the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday, balancing a highly publicized helicopter flyover with private phone negotiations with other stakeholders. ...

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US College Students’ Inventions Help Developing Countries

Innovations and inventions which can help people in developing countries were on display recently in Washington. Cutting-edge ideas of 13 college teams from across the United States, included a portable greenhouse, a better container for vaccines, and an earthquake-resistant concrete panel. Many small-scale farmers in East Africa find it hard to grow crops year-round because of drought or too much ...

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Adulthood Transitioning

With one daughter married and one son in college we have maneuvered carefully the road from childhood to adulthood. When our son Joshua left for college in August of 2011 there was an abrupt and immediate change. Although our relationship began changing over the course of his senior year in our home school, college brought about an immediate physical change.During ...

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Chicago Principals Get Notice of School Closings

Though Chicago Public Schools officials have until the end of  the month, teachers said a list of schools to be closed could come out by  Thursday evening. The Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday reported CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett would announce Thursday that “about 50  elementary schools” will close. CPS spokeswoman Robyn Ziegler would not  confirm a Thursday announcement but said the “about 50” number ...

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Hilary Clinton’s Non-Profit VVLead Fellowship For Bernice Dapaah

Ms Bernice Dapaah the Executive Director of the Bright Generation Community Foundation has been awarded a three year fellowship by Vital Voices a leading US based non-profit founded by Hilary Clinton the immediate past US Secretary of State and former first lady of the United States. The fellowship which was created in the year 2012 will support a global network ...

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Youth question GHS10m for MP offices

Spending GHS10,000,000 for the construction of 275 MP constituency offices is a waste of money which could instead be used to benefit the MPs’ communities, according to a youth group. The Youth Economic Dialogue (YED)says the annual expenditure in running the 275 offices across the country could cost about GHS16million over the next four years. Following a case study conducted ...

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Ghana made me world class player – KP Boateng

AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has admitted for the first time that playing for Ghana three years ago catapulted him to greatness in the face of his flagging career. The 26-year-old, who plays for the Italian giants, snubbed Ghana just one year after playing for the West African country helped him to secure the big-money move to Milan. Boateng switched ...

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