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June 2010

Lady Gaga says the follow-up to The Fame is finished Lady Gaga has said that her forthcoming second album is "finished". Speaking in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine she said the follow-up to her debut, 2009's

Britain's aid agencies are launching an appeal to help the people of Niger where half the country's population is going hungry following droughts which have led to crop failures and food shortages. Save the Children

Quite a lot of people do no not usually look forward to Monday mornings for different reasons. Among them are those who simply would not want to get out of the inertia of the weekend.

The above should be among the unbiased and uncompromising entities in defending the rule of law in every development oriented community. Unlike in our beloved Salone, they have become the exact opposite of expectations, as

The Black Eyed Peas' I Gotta Feeling has become the first ever single to be downloaded more than one million times in the UK.   (Photo: Black Eyed Peas got together in 1995 in Los Angeles) Originally

As dusk falls on the ramshackle neighbourhood of Guediawaye, on the outskirts of Dakar, hundreds of young men and boys in loincloths and Nike shorts are being put through their paces by trainers brandishing whistles.

The recent seizure of more than two tonnes of cocaine, worth an estimated $1bn (about £675m) in The Gambia has once again shone a light on West Africa as a major transit point for narcotics

Recent outings of President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria (in photo) reveal  how frontally he can address issues.  At the inauguration of the first implementation plan for the Vision 20:20-20 on June 14, he said, looking

ASP Musa James of the Sierra Leone Police has revealed that 11% of police personnel have died of HIV/AIDS. Mr. James made this startling revelation at a five-day training for twenty health care providers on Adherence

Zain in Sierra Leone, formerly Celtel launched its services in Sierra Leone in September 2000 and was part of Celtel International. Zain was Sierra Leone’s subsidiary of African multinational telecommunications company and has so far

Many would agree with me that children are indispensable asset to the growth of any nation. The Europeans, prior to the 17th Century, were hell bent on exploiting children by working on cotton farms and

Competent sources within the Executive Management Board (EMB) of the Sierra Leone Police have confirmed over the weekend that the much talked about police promotions will be released this weekend. Police sources disclosed that among the

Having heard so much via the media about the deplorable conditions of some blind school students at John Michael’s area along Wilkinson Road in Freetown, the Director of Foundation for Democratic Imitative and Development, Hindowa

Parents of alleged 29 adopted children by the Maine Adoption Placement Service facilitated by Help the Needy Child International (HANCI) at the heat of the civil war in 1996 have lauded the Foundation for Democratic

We the concerned citizens of Africa reiterate that Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are the world’s shared development agenda to reduce major aspects of human poverty. We recall that in September 2000, world leaders met at the