Eid-Ul-Fitr celebration in K’si turns tragic; teenager shot in the head
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A teenager has been shot in the head by unknown assailants on Tuesday night at an event to mark the Eid-Ul-Fitr in Kumasi. Unconfirmed reports indicate that the teenager has died from his head injuries. Nurudeen Mohammed reports that the teenager, identified only as Osman, sustained the gunshot wound after he refused to hand over his mobile phone to the suspected armed robbers who had been seizing phones belonging to celebrants at the event. Earlier, the Manhyia hospital said, they...

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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Can Acupuncture Treat Women’s Health Issues? Studies Find Mixed Results
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Whether acupuncture can really help treat certain health conditions is controversial, and now two new studies on the ancient practice have reached mixed conclusions. One study found that women with stress urinary incontinence — who involuntarily urinate when they cough, sneeze, laugh or exercise — could benefit from acupuncture. But the other study, which looked at acupuncture among women with a certain type of infertility, suggested that acupuncture did not increase these women’s chances of having a baby. Both studies were...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
A Traffic Police Officer Who Stopped President of India’s Convoy To Let Ambulance Pass Through, To Be Rewarded
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He Will Probably Be Sacked In Nigeria But In India A Traffic Police Officer Who Stopped President of India’s Convoy To Let Ambulance Pass Through, To Be Rewarded A brave traffic police sub-inspector, ML Nijalingappa, who was deployed to the busy Bengaluru’s Trinity Circle on Saturday won the heart of many when he stopped the convoy of the President of India to make way for an ambulance. The convoy was leading President Pranab Mukherjee to the inauguration of Metro’s Green Line in...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Best students receive fowls as prizes
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The photo of the school children, who are believed to be from the Wiamoase Government School, located in the Ashanti Region, has since gone viral. The idea of school authorities to award some of its students with a fully grown fowl each at a Speech and Prize Day has got many Ghanaians ranting on social media. The photo of the school children, who are believed to be from the Wiamoase Government School, located in the Ashanti Region, has since gone...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Corpse exhumed for dodging communal labour while alive
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The chief of Assin Dansame in the Central Region has ordered for the body of a native of the town to be exhumed few hours after he was buried. According to the chief the deceased; Koo Emma never participated in communal labour hence his order for the remains to be exhumed.   He said that he had warned Koo Emma several times when he was alive and also told him he (the chief) will not allow for him to be...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Ban on pregnant school girls is raising eyebrows
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Jackie Leonard Lomboma, a teenage mother who got pregnant at the age of 15 is unimpressed by the ban in Tanzania, preventing female teens from continuing their education soon as they are with child. This is following an announcement by Tanzanian president, John Magufuli, restricting girls who have been impregnated from returning to school. playTanzania’s president, John Magufuli.  (Press) Lomboma, who spoke in an interview with the BBC News described the action as disappointing. She believes students who dropped out from schools...

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