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November 30, 2009 Leave a comment

View of the Day: Oil prices are too high >>>

Electronic banking to transform industry >>>

Africa: Is Continent’s Land Up for Grabs? >>>

Somali pirates seize super tanker >>>

“President won’t renege on promises” >>>

Dubai says not responsible for Dubai World debt >>>

Rwanda Admitted To Commonwealth >>>

World Soccer Celebrities Arrive For 2010 Draw >>>

Student Nurses Threaten To Go Naked >>>

Woods hits out at ‘false rumours’ >>>

BP said to battle ExxonMobil over Ghana’s Jubilee oil field  >>>

Alleged Mobila murderers: We’re scapegoats >>>

Nigerian Oil Ship Detained At Tema Port >>>

“Some Newspapers Won’t Sell Without Rawlings” >>>

Kumasi Pastors In Juju Drama >>>

Illegal mining deprives state of revenue >>>

Soldiers rape report out >>>

Latest Barclays Premier League Log >>>

Barclays Premier League Results >>>

Private Universities lauded >>>

Dubai banks given extra liquidity >>>

Tiger Woods: Wife Elin ‘Acted Courageously’ >>>

Swiss voters back ban on minarets >>>

Ghana Premier League Log >>>

Latest Ghana Premier League Results >>>

Castle Boys Fight Over Cash >>>

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Xciting renewal on its way

November 28, 2009 Leave a comment

Xfm 95.1 NewsCenter will undergo an image surgery soon. The Beta version of the new news portal is already in operation and we will soon open it up to you for a more Xciting and enjoyable news and information experience.

Berlusconi’s Wife In 43m Euro Divorce Claim

November 27, 2009 Leave a comment

 

Veronica & Berlusconi

The estranged wife of Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is seeking 43m euros (£39m) a year in her divorce case, according to a media reportVeronica Lario filed for divorce in May, angered by a reported liaison with an 18-year-old aspiring model. Read more…

Vatican ‘snubbed Ireland church abuse inquiry’

November 27, 2009 1 comment

The inquiry into sex abuse by Catholic priests in Ireland has disclosed that the Vatican ignored formal requests for informationThe inquiry asked for details of reports on abuse sent to the Vatican by the Dublin archdiocese in 2006. Read more…

Couple Crash Obama State Dinner

November 27, 2009 Leave a comment

 

Tareq & Michaele

Two people without invitations crashed President Obama’s first White House state dinner, the U.S. Secret Service said Wednesday.

The Secret Service confirmed a Washington Post report that the couple who crashed Tuesday night’s dinner were Tareq and Michaele Salahi. The Post described the couple as polo-playing socialites from northern Virginia. Read more…

Two journalists freed in Somalia

November 26, 2009 Leave a comment

 

Nigel Brennan

Two foreign journalists kidnapped in Somalia by militants in August 2008 have been freed by their captors. Canadian Amanda Lindhout and Australian Nigel Brennan are reported to be in a hotel in the capital, Mogadishu. Read more…

Philippine clan member held over poll-related massacre

November 26, 2009 Leave a comment

 

Andal Ampatuah(right)

A prominent member of a powerful clan suspected of involvement in the killing of 57 people in the Philippines has been taken into custodyAndal Ampatuan Jr, a local mayor, surrendered to the authorities but denied organising the killings. Read more…