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Most sports administrators accountable to themselves – Herbert Mensah

Most sports administrators in Ghana fail to deliver because they are accountable to themselves, former Chairman of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Herbert Mensah, has said. 160 more words

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Working Part-Time to Retire Slowly

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/07/retiring-slowly/397511/

“Comments from its workforce inspired Mercy to create a program called “Work to Retire.” For the past 10 years, it has allowed Mercy’s older workers to customize their own retirement plans. 41 more words

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Can Our Choice of Footwear Be Hazardous to Our Health?

In the news, over the last few weeks, has been the topic of whether our footwear, namely flip flops and high heels, are hazardous to our health. 1,386 more words

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Cyclosporiasis again?

Our own Dr. Christian Mayorga was interviewed on KERA yesterday about the recent spike in cases of cyclosporiasis in Texas. Following outbreaks in 2013 (133 cases) and 2014 (270 cases), the… 71 more words

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Impunity deeply ingrained

EXCERPT FROM TRIBUNE EDITORIAL | JULY 6, 2015

The allegation of rights abuses also hits home for Noynoy as many cases of oppression and even killings have not been resolved in his clan’s Hacienda Luisita in Tarlac. 320 more words

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Clinton aide worked on UAE project while at State Department

The corruption never ends, does it? Hillary Clinton’s top aide Cheryl Mills held several outside roles, including a board position with a UAE-funded university in Abu Dhabi, while working as chief of staff and counselor at the State Department, the Washington Free Beacon has learned. 217 more words

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