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Politics in Ghana Shouldn’t be a Goldmine Field!!

Holders of public office as politicians in so-called democracies in many developping countries as well as dictators across the world have been known to be mega-rich in their respective countries. As to how they have come to acquire and amass such wealth always raises eyebrows and makes people dumbfunded. Who dares ask how and where from? Most African leaders especially ...

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Court reviews bail of Gold suspect ?

Peter Kofi Bedzra one of the suspects involved in the exportation of the 1,500 kg of gold to Turkey have had his bail condition reviewed by an Accra Circuit Court to enable him to seek medical attention in Nigeria. The review follows an appeal by his lawyer, Mr Musa Ahmed, to the court to reassess the bail condition which required ...

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Crisis in the Korean Peninsula trigers Deployement of American Patriot Missile Launchers in Japan

Japan has deployed Patriot missile launchers to defend against potential attack by North Korea as tensions in the Korean Peninsula continue to build up. An aerial footage by Japan’s public broadcaster, NHK, showed launchers equipped with Patriot surface-to-air missiles being deployed at three bases of Japan’s Air Self-Defense Force (ASDF) on Monday. One of the ASDF bases is on the ...

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WHO: High Blood Pressure is a Silent Killer

GENEVA — The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that more than one in three adults, or about one billion people, is affected by high blood pressure. To mark World Health Day (Sunday, April 7), WHO is promoting the many steps people can take to reduce the risk of dying prematurely from what it calls a silent killer. WHO Director-General Margaret ...

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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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Bin Laden Son-in-Law Back in Court

NEW YORK — A federal court hearing was held in New York for alleged terrorist Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law. His trial date may be pushed well into the future because of federal budget problems. Monday’s court session was a preliminary hearing on setting a date for a terrorism trial for Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law, Sualaiman Abu Gaith. ...

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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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France in big offensive against Islamists

French forces have launched one their biggest offensives against militants in northern Mali, officials have said. About 1,000 troops are sweeping through a river valley believed to be a logistics base for the armed Islamists near Gao, AFP news agency reports. This is said to be the last major French-led operation before France starts reducing its military presence. The militants ...

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