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  • France hands war crimes suspect Ngaissona over to ICC
    Top African football administrator Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona was transferred on Wednesday to the International Criminal Court in The Hague where he faces war crimes charges. Ngaissona, who sits on the board of the Confederation of African Football (Caf), was arrested in France on 12 December on an ICC warrant. The 51-year-old is accused of co …
  • Balotelli moves from Nice to Marseille
    Marseille on Wednesday signed the Italy striker Mario Balotelli from Ligue 1 rivals Nice. Balotelli will stay at the Stade Velodrome until the end of the season. Marseille are seventh in Ligue 1 with 31 points after 20 games. They are out of the title race and both of the domestic cup competitions but still capable of securing one of the berths …
  • Australian Open: Williams hails Pliskova comeback
    Serena Williams hailed Karolina Pliskova on Wednesday for a six-game streak that ended the American’s hopes of winning a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam singles title. Thirty-seven-year old Williams led 5-1 in the final set of her quarter-final against the seventh seed. But she failed to take four match points as the Czech came back from the br …
  • Rescuers continue search for footballer Emiliano Sala off French coast
    British police were searching on Wednesday for football star Emiliano Sala, whose plane disappeared as it crossed the English Channel en route from France to Wales, where the football star had just signed a contract with Cardiff City. Two days after the plane carrying Sala disappeared from radar around 20 kilometres north of the Channel island o …
  • Australian Open: Pouille ousts Raonic to reach first Grand Slam semi-final
    Lucas Pouille advanced to his first semi-final at a Grand Slam tournament on Wednesday with a four set victory over the 16th seed Milos Raonic. The 28th seed won 7-6, 6-3, 6-7, 6-4 to become the first Frenchman to reach the last four in Melbourne since Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in 2010. I’m very happy, said Pouille. I returned well and I served well …
  • Before You Comment On Anas, Think Critically
    39;Anas has always had a way of dictating the pace and leading the narrative. He has his own way of making you refuse to think on your own than think his way. This has been evident in all his expos eacute;. I 39;m sad for the death of Ahmed. Tread cautiously well my people, rsquo; Ebenezer Donkoh of YFm wrote. I am saddened by this comme …
  • Teenage Boy Sue Parents for $250,000 for Naming Him 'Gaylord'
    A 17-year-old boy from Missouri has filed a civil lawsuit against his parents for naming him Gaylord as a child, a name which allegedly caused him to suffer from a lot of mockeries and even serious bullying. Gaylord Williams from the small city of Kirksville in Missouri is suing his parents, Dave and Carol Williams, for ldquo;deliberately …
  • Legon University Basic School Celebrates Female Pilot
    The University of Ghana Basic School (UBS) chalked another feat at the opening of 2019 with news of an alumna, Miss Audrey Esi Swatson becoming the youngest Ghanaian female commercial pilot. Audrey now 21 years old, completed UBS in 2012. As an athlete, Audrey was said to be full of zeal and humble to the core. As a pacesetter in this s …
  • 17-Year-Old Girl Kidnapped in Ho
    It is emerging that there are other cases of kidnapping in other parts of the country even before the worrying case in Takoradi is resolved. Although the Western region case has grabbed all the national headlines, the police in Ho in the Volta region are investigating a case of kidnapping involving a 17-year-old lady. According to the famil …
  • Kidnap Case: Don't Expect It To Be Fast Track – Police
    The Police in the Western Region say rescuing the teenage girls who have been kidnapped in Takoradi will not happen quickly as people wanted. The region rsquo;s head of police, DCOP Redeemer Vincent Dedzo at a press conference said, the multifaceted nature of the issue makes it impossible for them to work as quickly as the public expects. …
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