• France beat Croatia 4:2 to win World Cup 2018

    France beat Croatia 4:2 to win World Cup 20180

    France won the Fifa World Cup for the second time by overcoming Croatia’s bold challenge in a thrilling final in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium. Didier Deschamps’ side repeated the success on home soil at France ’98 by a margin that hardly looked possible as Croatia stood toe-to-toe with the favourites for an hour. France’s victory meant

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  • Body shaming in Ghana

    Body shaming in Ghana0

    The phenomenon of body shaming is one that has recently plagued our society. Until recently, body shaming seemed alien to Africans, as stories of how people were being bullied and emotionally abused were only heard of the Americas, Europe and other such places. Africans had a different story, as people of various body shapes and

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  • Can we pause a moment on “beating plastic pollution”?

    Can we pause a moment on “beating plastic pollution”?0

    All around the world, the way of doing things is rapidly mutable due to the dynamic era of technology and access to internet. This is especially evident in developing countries. Traditional ways of transportation is now an alternate to modern vehicles and aircrafts. Communication through letters, drums, physical dissemination of information are now a replacement

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  • Can you get an STD from kissing?

    Can you get an STD from kissing?0

      Kissing can be  awkward AF—but, aside from beard burn or the common cold, it’s pretty safe, right? Not exactly. A peck on the mouth (or a full-blown, let-me-shove-my-tongue-down-your-throat makeout session) can actually transmit a couple different types of STDs[insert cringing emoji here]: herpes simplex virus (HSV) 1 and 2 and syphilis, says Teena Chopra, M.D., corporate medical director of infection prevention

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  • Why Anas Number 12 is not a journalistic piece- MFWA’s Sulemana

    Why Anas Number 12 is not a journalistic piece- MFWA’s Sulemana0

    On June 6 and 7, 2018, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, publicly screened his much advertised 90-minute documentary, titled Number 12. The documentary was presented as a piece of journalistic investigative work. But knowing the methods used in procuring the contents of the documentary, can it be accepted as a journalistic piece of work? My answer is

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  • When Marriages cost a Fortune

    When Marriages cost a Fortune0

    Gone are the days when marriage ceremonies were restricted to just a few family members and friends with less pomp and ceremony. Formerly the traditional marriage, which is termed as the engagement, was held indoors, with only a few family members from both sides present; however, the wedding ceremony was open to everyone. In recent

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