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Joey B, Worlasi debut on Coke Studio Africa 2017 – Starr Fm

Coca-Cola Company has celebrated the official launch of its music flagship Coke Studio Africa 2017 in Ghana. Being broadcasted in Ghana for the second time in its history, Coke Studio Africa has got bigger and better this season with the merger of Coke Studio Africa and Coke Studio South Africa, …

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Netflix ends House of Cards amid sex claim against Kevin Spacey – Starr Fm

Netflix has pulled the plug on House of Cards, a day after its lead actor Kevin Spacey was accused of sexually harassing a teenage boy. The media streaming company said it was “deeply troubled” by the allegation, made by the actor Anthony Rapp. In an interview with Buzzfeed, Rapp alleged Spacey …

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Ghana still recording high maternal, neonatal mortality – Health Minister

Maternal mortality ratio is still as high as 319 per 100,000 live births and the neonatal mortality rate is 29 per 1,000 live births, the Health Minister has disclosed. Kwaku Agyeman-Manu said there are still significant variations in health and nutrition status across wealth quintiles and geographic regions in Ghana. …

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Heart surgery survival chances ‘better in the afternoon’

Open heart surgery appears to be safer in the afternoon because of the body’s internal clock, scientists have said. The body clock – or circadian rhythm – is the reason we want to sleep at night, but it also drives huge changes in the way our bodies work. The research, published …

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Nine countries issue health warnings about the plague

Do you remember studying the plague when you were at school? Otherwise known as the ‘Black Death’, the pandemic spread all across Europe and took the lives of around 50 million people in its wake. And according to health warnings that have been issued by nine different African countries, it looks like …

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CO2 rise ‘will affect all sea life’ – Report

All sea life will be affected because carbon dioxide emissions from modern society are making the oceans more acidic, a major new report will say. The eight-year study from more than 250 scientists finds that infant sea creatures will be especially harmed. This means the number of baby cod growing …

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MPA, Rotary Int’l walk to stop polio

Rotary International, Ghana, together with its partners, One Million Community Health Workers (1CHWs) Campaign of Millennium Promise Alliance (MPA), Saturday, stepped up efforts at eradicating polio from the West African country. Numbering about 500, personnel from these institutions walked through some principal streets in the country to raise awareness about …

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No one in China wants to get married anymore, and it’s making Beijing nervous

A couple pose for wedding photos on the historic Bund in Shanghai on October 29, 2013. (Photo by MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images) If there’s one thing Cui Shuxin can happily live without, it’s marriage. The 29-year-old, who works as a director in a global public relations firm in Beijing, doesn’t want …

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Love, Barack: Obama’s letters to college girlfriend unveiled

The letters are affectionate, but mostly deal with Mr Obama’s life as a young graduate Angst-ridden letters from a young Barack Obama to his girlfriend reveal a 20-something plagued by insecurities about race, class and money. The handwritten letters are between a young Mr Obama and Alexandra McNear, who he …

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