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Elisabeth Moss had a secret message ‘to the patriarchy’ in her Emmys outfit

Elisabeth Moss’s stylist has revealed there was a hidden message “to the patriarchy” in the actress’s Emmy Awards outfit. Moss won best actress in a drama series for The Handmaid’s Tale on Sunday. But what no-one noticed was the message written on the bottom of her shoes. Stylist Karla Welch posted a photo of one shoe with “Off” written on the ...

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We’ll end revenue leakages – GWCL board

The members of the Ghana Water Company Limited governing board have pledged to end revenue leakages in the company’s operations. According to the board, though the task given to them by the president is huge, they will not to let Ghanaians down. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, Chairman of the board, Alexander Afenyo Markin, said the new board of directors ...

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Egypt ‘uncovers burial chamber of pharaoh’s daughter’

The 3,700-year-old burial chamber of a pharaoh’s daughter is believed to have been found near the remains of a recently-discovered pyramid in Egypt. The ministry of antiquities said the chamber at the Dahshur royal necropolis, south of Cairo, contained a wooden box engraved with hieroglyphs. Inside the box were four canopic jars filled with the organs of the deceased, likely ...

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Ghana@60: Gov’t to host Miss Ghana pageant

Exclusive Events Ghana, organizers of the Miss Ghana Pageant, has launched a collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture and the Ghana; 60 Years on Planning Committee to host 2016’s beauty pageant. Speaking at the launch, Vice Chairperson of the planning committee, Abu Jinapor, said government is ready to support the pageant dubbed: Miss Ghana@60, The Diamond Jubilee,  by ...

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Google apologises after ads appear next to extremist content

Google’s European boss has apologised after adverts from major firms and government agencies appeared next to extremist content on its YouTube site. It came after Marks and Spencer became the latest firm to pull its online ads over the issue, joining others such as Audi, RBS and L’Oreal. Google’s European chief, Matthew Brittin, promised to review the firm’s policies and ...

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Man allegedly commits suicide at Ashaiman 

A man believed to be in his early 30s was found bare-chested on a Monday morning hanging dead on a neem tree at the Ashaiman irrigation development site. Residents in the area who spoke to Citi News, said the man was found hanging on the tree Monday morning when some of them woke up to attend to nature’s call in ...

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Drogba pays surprise visit to Nana Addo

Former Chelsea and Ivory Coast star, Didier Drogba, paid a surprise visit to Ghana’s President Akufo-Addo at the Flagstaff House today [Friday], February 10, 2017. President Akufo-Addo posted a photo of himself and the two-time African Footballer of the Year at the Flagstaff House on Facebook on Friday evening, but did not explain what the purpose of the visit was. ...

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‘Dumsor must remain in the past’ – Nana Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo in nominating his Policy Adviser for the 2016 election campaign, Boakye-Agyarko, for the Minister of Energy, asked him to ensure that the power crisis, which was christened ‘dumsor’, becomes a thing of the past. President Akufo-Addo also indicated that, the Ministry of Power and Petroleum will now fall under the Ministry of Energy, and will be headed by ...

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Merkel: Islamist terror is ‘greatest threat’ to Germany

Islamist terrorism is the biggest challenge facing Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel has said in her New Year message. Referring to the deadly truck attack in Berlin by a Tunisian asylum seeker, she said it was “sickening” when acts of terror were carried out by people who had sought protection. She said 2016 had been a year of “severe tests”. But ...

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Courts hearing electoral disputes to sit daily

The seventeen High Court judges who have been assigned to handle anticipated electoral disputes that may arise before the December 7, presidential and parliamentary elections are expected to hear cases on a day-to-day basis. “By virtue of the powers conferred on her by order 79 of the High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules, 2004 (C.I 47), the Lady Chief Justice has ...

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