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January 9, 2014 5:32 PM Mother accuses doctors of stealing baby from her womb after waking from caesarean to be told she'd imagined her pregnancy

A father has accused a doctor of stealing the baby from his wife's womb after she awoke from a C-section to be told her pregnancy had been ‘imaginary’, it was reported today. Brazilian Claudia Aparecida Lopes, 30, claimed she attended all her pre-natal appointments and even had two ultra-sound scans. The last scan, at nine months, even showed the baby was in a breech 66

January 8, 2014 10:41 PM Reaching out to prevent HIV in high-risk youth

Program reaches out to young black, Latino gays on the streets to provide testing, therapy CHICAGO — To a pulsating beat, young men jump, gyrate and pirouette as they perform dance routines on a makeshift stage in the lobby of the Social Sciences Building at the University of Chicago. About 300 spectators clap their hands over their heads. An emcee leads 78

January 3, 2014 2:50 PM Asuma advises Rawlings to take cue from Kufour

Business man Asuma Banda has advised former President Jerry Rawlings to emulate the statesmanship of his successor John Kufuor. The Antrak Air Chairman said Mr Rawlings could use more tactful and diplomatic means to admonish President John Mahama rather than taking him to cleaners in the media all the time. According to Asuma Banda, Mr Rawlings must learn 52

December 27, 2013 5:02 PM Someone lighting a lamp and then covering it up

“Who ever heard of someone lighting a lamp and then covering it up to keep it from shining? No, lamps are mounted in the open where they can be seen” “No one lights a lamp and hides it. Instead, he puts it on a lamp stand to give light to all who enter the room” THIS COUNTRY IS GONE. We have lost this country to the most corrupt, the most incompetent 69

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According to the source, the Vice President has been livid about being relegated to the background in the scheme of affairs at the Presidency, with no clear-cut schedule, and he believes his expertise is not being utilised in helping to run the affairs of the nation. Mr Amissah-Arthur, the source said, only agreed to be Vice President, following the death 140