Ex-presidents have 'special courtesies' - US embassy clarifies

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NSMQ17: Kumasi High penetrates Wesley Girls barrier to semi-finals

Kumasi High School has secured a semi-final spot at the ongoing National Science and Maths Quiz after dismissing Wesley Girls High School, a female powerhouse. At the end of the five rounds of competition, Kumasi High School collected 43pts

Algorithm generates optimal origami folding patterns for any shape

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Self-folding origami: Chemical programming allows Nafion sheets to fold and refold

We have all seen the cranes and lotus flowers produced from a sheet of paper by practiced hands. Origami is the traditional Japanese art of folding that transforms paper into complex three-dimensional structures without the use of adhesive. Kirigami

Bioengineers create more durable, versatile wearable for diabetes monitoring

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Making ferromagnets stronger by adding non-magnetic elements

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Meteorite mystery solved with research on high pressure

When asteroids or comets collide with the moon or Mars, it results in high pressure and high temperatures that abruptly alter the rocks at the point of impact. Chunks of the altered rocks are often catapulted down to Earth. Many of these meteorites h

Enforce laws against foreigners who destroy Ghana's environment- EPA

The Northern Regional Director of the Environmental Protection Agency Iddrisu Abu has called for more stringent punishment for foreigners who destroy the country’s environment. He said the problem of illegal mining has been compounded by the in
TV & Movies


In Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, Bundy's story will be told from the view of his girlfriend.

Elizabeth Kloepfer couldn't believe Bundy had murdered more than 30 women in the 1970s but finally turned him in.

Efron's gear change my surprise his fans - but they can catch him next in the film remake of TV hit Baywatch.

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile will see Efron play Bundy as a figure of evil but who is seemingly quite ordinary - even charismatic.

It's being made by the Oscar-nominated Joe Berlinger, who previously made a documentary about the West Memphis Three, young men who were convicted and sent to prison for the 1993 murders of three boys but who later had their convictions overturned.

Berlinger also made a documentary about the heavy metal band Metallica called Some Kind of Monster.

Efron will start work on the Bundy film in October having recently completed The Greatest Showman.
That movie is about the legendary 19th Century American circus founder PT Barnum, who is being played by Hugh Jackman.


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