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🚨Breaking🚨: Explosions at Ariana Grande concert😱

The sound of explosions thundered through a concert arena in Manchester, England, on Monday night just as a performance by the pop star Ariana Grande was ending.

The police reported multiple deaths and injuries as the panicky crowd of spectators, which included children, fled.

There was no immediate word from …

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UCC Alumni threaten court action over rustication of 21 students

Some old students of Atlantic Hall of the University of Cape Coast say they are instituting legal action against the university following the rustication of 21 students linked to bloody disturbance last March.

In a four-page livid response to the decision, the Alumni held nothing back in a free-flowing frenzy …

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24 MDCEs sworn into office in Brong Ahafo

The Brong Ahafo Regional Minister, Kwaku Asomah-Cheremeh has charged the Municipal and District Chief Executives (MDCEs) in the region to be diligent in the discharge of the duties to enable the government to execute its development agenda.
He appealed to party supporters and sympathizers to allow the MDCEs to work …

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25% corporate tax will crush rural banks – Board Chair

Board Chairman for the Ahantaman Rural Bank Limited in the Western Region, Vincent Blaychie Essien has appealed to the Finance Ministry and the Ghana Revenue Authority to consider reducing the 25 percent corporate tax imposed on the 142 rural banks across the country.

This according to him will keep the …

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Ghana Export Promotion Authority targets $4 billion in 2017

The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) is targeting $4 billion in non-traditional export (NTEs) earnings for 2017. The target represents a big leap from the $2.463 billion recorded in 2016.

Speaking at the launch of the 2016 export performance report, Ms Gifty Klenan, the Chief Executive Officer GEPA, said …

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Fuel smuggling won’t stop without sanctions – Oil Firms

Firms in the downstream petroleum sector remain livid about the activities of criminals who dump products meant for neighbouring countries back onto the Ghanaian market, saying the only way is for government to crack the whip .

“Until somebody is arrested and processed and sent to prison this thing will never …

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South African men march against abuse of women and children

Hundreds of protesters, most of them men, have marched in the South African capital, Pretoria, over rising levels of violence against women and children. One of the organisers, Kholofelo Masha, said men had to take collective responsibility for the increase in beatings, sex attacks and killings.

South Africa has one …

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Kilian Jornet scales Mt Everest in alpine style for speed record

Spanish climber Kilian Jornet scaled the world’s highest peak from Tibetan side in a single attempt without the help of bottled oxygen or fixed ropes.

The famed alpinist, who already set the speed record for ascending the Mt Kilimanjaro, Mt Aconcagua, Mt Denali, Matterhorn and Mt Mont Blanc, successfully …

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A radical alternative to burial and cremation

For decades, most people arranging a funeral have faced a simple choice - burial or cremation? But in parts of the US and Canada a third option is now available - dissolving bodies in an alkaline solution. It will arrive in the UK soon. Its technical name is alkaline hydrolysis, but it …

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This Sea Lion Dragged a Girl Into the Sea

In a widely-shared video shot near a dock in British Columbia, Canada and published on Saturday, a sea lion can be seen leaping out of the water and pulling a small girl into the harbor by her dress.

At one point, the large mammal can be seen propelling itself out …

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Billboard Music Awards🏆 - Winners List 🎧

Drake was the man of the night at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards held at the T-Mobile Arena on May 21 in Las Vegas. The rapper won a total of 13 awards, breaking Adele's record (12) of artist with the most wins in a year.

Celine Dion & Cher gave outstanding …

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Dixon Wins Indy Pole🏁, Alonso⭐ Starts 5th

New Zealand's Scott Dixon won the pole for next week's Indy 500 when he posted the fastest average speed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday.

Two-time Formula One champion Fernando Alonso, the only rookie in Sunday's nine-car shootout, will start from the second row in fifth position as the …

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