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2⃣ New Harry Potter⚡ Books to Be Published!

The Hogwarts universe is set to expand by an additional two new Harry Potter books in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the magical series. The books will be released in conjunction with an exhibition at the British Library, titled A History of Magic. The event, featuring the books will …

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Motor racing: Formula One appoints Nielsen as sporting director

Former Williams team manager Steve Nielsen is joining Formula One as sporting director, reporting to motorsport head Ross Brawn.

"His appointment will strengthen the working group we are setting up to work with the FIA and the teams in defining a framework for the technical and sporting regulations for Formula …

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🇮🇳Indian Man Plays 🎸Guitar as 👨‍⚕Doctors Operate🔪 on His Brain

A 32-year-old techie-turned-musician strummed the guitar on the operation table while surgeons "burned" his brain to correct a neurological disorder. The seven-hour surgery at a city hospital last week relieved the youth of musician's dystonia, a condition that cramped three fingers on his left hand.

Tushar (name changed) experienced the …

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3⃣ to Hang for Raping😱 Githurai Woman

The three are driver Nicholas Chege, conductor Meshack Mburu and petrol station attendant Edward Ndung'u. They were found guilty of robbing and sexually assaulting the woman on the night of September 19, 2014.

"What you thought was a joke should not be taken lightly as a woman's privacy and decency …

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WAEC releases 2017 WASSCE provisional results

The West African Examination Council has released provisional results of the 2017 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). According to WAEC, this year’s figures show a slight improvement of last year’s results.

WAEC said for English Language, 155,077, representing 54.06% obtained between A1 and C6 …

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Maxwell Mahama’s mum receives posthumous MSc [Video]

The mother of Maxwell Mahama got a stirring reception at the University of Leicester Degree Congregation last Thursday as she received a posthumous Master of Science in Security and Risk Management on behalf of her late son.

Then Captain Maxwell Mahama was attacked by a mob in Denkyira Obuasi back …

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EC staff petition Nana Addo to sack Charlotte Osei

Some aggrieved employees of the Electoral Commission (EC) have petitioned President Nana Akufo-Addo to dismiss the Chairperson of the Commission, Charlotte Osei.

The employees in a statement insisted Mrs. Osei should be impeached for among others, bringing the “Commission’s name into disrepute by single highhandedly petitioning EOCO on an …

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Implementation of anti-galamsey plan to cost $150 million

Government’s proposed solution to ending the illegal mining menace also known as galamsey in the country will cost about $150 million. This was captured in the much hyped Multilateral Mining Integrated Project (MMIP) document put together by the governing New Patriotic Party in its anti-galamsey efforts.

Implementation of social …

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Koforidua Technical University to offer scholarships for women

As part of measures to bridge the gap between male and female in academia, management of the Koforidua Technical University has decided to award a scholarship to ten brilliant but needy students to pursue higher education at the university.

This move according to management the of the university is to …

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Mmaduabia elected new President of NANS- Ghana

A Bachelor of Science in Public Administration student of GIMPA, Dominic Uchechukwu Mmaduabia, has been elected as the new President of the Ghana chapter of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS).

Mmaduabia was elected after his only opponent stepped down on the day of the elections. In a brief …

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Zimbabwe: Lion kills 10-year-old girl in Chiredzi

A young girl has been killed by a lion while relieving herself at night at the back of a hut in a rural part of Zimbabwe, a police spokesman told the state-linked Chronicle newspaper.

The aunt of the little girl, named as Mitchell Mucheni, saw the lion drag her into …

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Boko Haram suspects tortured in Cameroon, Amnesty says

Suspected Boko Haram fighters have been "brutally tortured" by security forces in Cameroon, a rights group says. Amnesty International said in a report that the suspects, including women and children, were beaten, waterboarded and forced into stress positions.

The cases allegedly happened between 2013 and 2017, and dozens of detainees …

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