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Silvio Berlusconi sentenced 7 yrs for sex with underage woman; banned from public life

Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi was today sentenced to seven years in prison and banned from public office for life after being found guilty of paying a teenager for sex. Berlusconi, 76, paid an underage Moroccan teenager for sex and then tried to cover it up with phone calls to police when she was arrested for alleged theft. Berlusconi and ...

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1st Annual “Sankofa Radio” Summerfest 2013

Sankofa Radio is a registered private online radio station that has served the Afro-Ghanaian community in the Washington DC area and around the globe since 2008. Sankofa Radio in collaboration with Okyeman Kuo of Virginia and Abrempong Elite Gentleman’s Association is proudly presents 1st annual “Sankofa Radio” Summerfest 2013. The event will be held at Joseph Hensley Park located at ...

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Christians are the Epitome of Hypocrisy, Research Shows

A quick survey recently carried out by a team of two Ghanaian researchers has revealed that most contemporary Ghanaians, Nigerians and possibly Africans, go to church primarily for immediate economic prosperity and the attainment of other earthly desires, and not future heavenly reward or eternal salvation, as society is made to believe. The survey which was conducted between 22nd May ...

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Sankofa:Ghanaians In Chicago Mourn Francis Oduro Jr.-Gone but not forgotten

A funeral marks the close of a human life on earth. It is the opportunity for friends and family to express their grief and to give thanks for the life which has now completed its journey in this world but these feelings are often the most difficult to put into words. Such was the feeling and difficulty for members of ...

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The Achilles Heel Of Every Government In Ghana.

Since Ghana returned to constitutional rule in 1993, past governments have been battling with FUEL PRICE INCREASE and DECONGESTION  since the era of former President Rawlings from 1993 to date. The most luckiest government was Ex-President J.A. Kufour who twice in creased fuel prices by 100% and no one coughed in Ghana from 2001-2008. It will be recalled that the ...

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Tips for Parents: Talking Around the Kids

WebMD Feature By R.  Morgan Griffin Reviewed By Hansa D. Bhargava, MD Think your kids are too young to understand your grown-up conversations? Think again. “In my practice, parents are constantly shocked by what kids have overheard,” says Brad Sachs, PhD, a family psychologist in Columbia, MD and author of The Good Enough Child and The Good Enough Teen. “But ...

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10 Small Changes with Big Health Payoffs

By Sarah Jio Source : WebMD.com Does it ever feel like you have to spend hours and hours at the gym, change your diet dramatically or jump way out of your comfort zone to reap any rewards in the health department? Think again. Our experts say that these small changes can have significant health payoffs. 1. Floss more often. According ...

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Quit poking your noses in local politics – Sekou to former Presidents

Dr. Sekou Nkrumah wants former presidents John Jerry Rawlings and John Agyekum Kufuor to cease commenting on political issues concerning the country. “I think I would advise him (President Rawlings) to focus more on international issues and forget about the politics here in Ghana. Why because, I think he (Rawlings) seems to be now bigger than before. And the same ...

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