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Dustin Snyder, the terminally ill teen who fulfilled his dying wish of marrying his high school sweetheart in January, has died after a battle with a rare form of cancer.

Bernard Mensah's Kasimpasa will take on Asamoah Gyan Kayserispor in the Turkish League in what promises to be an exciting encounter.

Japanese engineering researchers say they have created a tiny electronic light the size of a firefly which rides waves of ultrasound, and could eventually figure in applications ranging from moving displays to projection mapping.

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A new research indicates that cockroach milk can be transformed into a food supplement worthy of human consumption in future.

A proposed bill to ban non-medically required male circumcision on babies and children in Iceland is receiving backlash from religious communities.

Some mothers in Ghana are patronizing creams meant to bleach the colour of their kids, Chief Executive Officer of Allure Africa Group Dzigbordi Dosoo has revealed.

Veronica Asamoah Tortor, the Dormaa West District Director of Health, has expressed worry about alcohol abuse among pregnant women in the district.

Mr Zakaria Braimah, the Upper East Regional Head of the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), on Monday advised members of the public to report any fake and expired products to the authority for immediate investigation.

Natural skin care products are often even more effective than the chemicals packed store bought ones. So let’s take a look at some very useful beauty tips that might help you find out how you can use natural ingredients that are hiding in your kitchen.

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The moon put on a rare cosmic show Wednesday: a red blue moon, super big and super bright.

It's the first time in 35 years a blue moon has synced up with a supermoon and a total lunar eclipse, or blood moon because of its red hue.

Hawaii and Alaska had the best seats, along with the Canadian Yukon, Australia and Asia. The western U.S. also had good viewing, along with Russia.

At the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, hundreds gathered on the lawn in the wee hours under clear skies. Traffic was backed up more than a mile around the observatory. Sky-gazers also lined the beach near the Santa Monica Pier, some snapping photos and others reclining in the sand, their faces turned upward.

John Cook joined fellow photography enthusiasts at the pier, using the ferris wheel and roller coaster for his foreground.

"It was incredible," said Cook, a visual effects artist for films. Photographers also gathered at the Telegraph Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, striving to get the famous Coit Tower in their moon shots.

In San Francisco's Marina district, a crowd gathered to watch the super blue blood moon, as NASA calls it, set over the Golden Gate Bridge. Spectators got lucky: There were clear skies and no trace of the city's famous fog.

"It's very cinematic, the way the moon is changing colors and reflecting on the water," said Clara Cambon, who arrived around 5:30 a.m. with her husband.

On the other side of the Pacific, where it was already nightfall, hundreds descended on the Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho complex, where telescopes and binoculars were plentiful. A TV monitor showed zoom-in views of the moon, and a university professor gave a run-down as the eclipse unfolded.

"It's wonderful to be at this precious event and to have been able to see the moon looking so beautiful," said Mayumi Kimura, a visitor.

At the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, hundreds gathered on the lawn in the wee hours under clear skies. Traffic was backed up more than a mile around the observatory. Sky-gazers also lined the beach near the Santa Monica Pier, some snapping photos and others reclining in the sand, their faces turned upward.

John Cook joined fellow photography enthusiasts at the pier, using the ferris wheel and roller coaster for his foreground.

"It was incredible," said Cook, a visual effects artist for films. Photographers also gathered at the Telegraph Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, striving to get the famous Coit Tower in their moon shots.

In San Francisco's Marina district, a crowd gathered to watch the super blue blood moon, as NASA calls it, set over the Golden Gate Bridge. Spectators got lucky: There were clear skies and no trace of the city's famous fog.

"It's very cinematic, the way the moon is changing colors and reflecting on the water," said Clara Cambon, who arrived around 5:30 a.m. with her husband.

On the other side of the Pacific, where it was already nightfall, hundreds descended on the Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho complex, where telescopes and binoculars were plentiful. A TV monitor showed zoom-in views of the moon, and a university professor gave a run-down as the eclipse unfolded.

"It's wonderful to be at this precious event and to have been able to see the moon looking so beautiful," said Mayumi Kimura, a visitor.

 

For the first time, eight planets have been found orbiting a distant star, Kepler-90, 2,545 light-years from Earth in the Draco constellation, NASA announced Thursday. It is the first star known to support as many planets as are orbiting our own sun, and researchers believe that this is the first of many to come.

Every once in awhile, as we Earthlings strive to explore the cosmos, we’re reminded that bits of the cosmos occasionally visit Earth, too.

Scientists at Japan's space agency have discovered a huge moon cave that could one day house a base that would shelter astronauts from dangerous radiation and wild temperature swings, officials said on Thursday.

An asteroid named Florence whizzed past Earth on Friday, safely passing us by at the distance of 7 million kilometers (4.4 million miles) from the surface. According to NASA, Florence was "the largest asteroid to pass this close to our planet since the first near-Earth asteroid was discovered over a century ago."

Curiosity, the tiny rover exploring the Gale Crater on Mars, has sent back data confirming that the assigned area offered a habitable environment for micro organisms at some point in time.

The superhero film made history at the Presidents Day box office after continually beating expectations; globally, it has earned $426.6 million.

Evangelist Billy Graham -- a confidant to presidents, a guiding light to generations of American evangelicals and a globe-trotting preacher who converted millions to Christianity -- died Wednesday at the age of 99, his spokesman confirmed to CNN.

Rufftown Records/Midas Touch, the official records label of the late musician, Ebony Reigns, has released her latest song to mark her 21st birthday.

Chris Rock is taking full credit for his bad decisions. In the comedian’s new Netflix special, “Chris Rock: Tamborine,” which debuted on Valentine’s Day, Rock talks about the demise of his 19-year marriage to Malaak Compton.

Peacefmonline.com can confirm that, popular Ghanaian entertainer, Asonaba Kwaku Darko, popularly known as Super OD is dead. Super OD has been battling sickness for some time now and gave up this morning – he was 82 years.

The royal ball is in Ed Sheeran's court. A source tells ET that the "Shape of You" singer has been asked to perform a few songs at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding in May. ET has reached out to Sheeran's rep regarding the request.

Government has revealed that some 500 young Ghanaians have been left stranded in Dubai. The 500 were sent to the largest and most populous city in the United Arab Emirates [UAE] by fake recruitment agencies for non existing jobs.

A pilot made an emergency landing after a fight broke out over a passenger who allegedly refused to stop passing gas.

Johannesburg's O.R. Tambo airport, Africa's largest, was evacuated on Monday and passengers forced to wait for two hours to return after South African officials identified a suspected bag.

Southern New Hampshire University has fired a professor for a glaring mistake, the school has confirmed to HuffPost.

Paris's Eiffel Tower, which attracts six million tourists every year, will remain closed until Sunday as a result of heavy snowfall in the city.

SAN DIEGO - A traffic stop on what appeared to be a brown UPS truck in the San Diego County community of Boulevard on Monday evening revealed 77 unauthorized immigrants stuffed shoulder-to-shoulder inside its hot cargo area.

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