Wiyaala did not just amaze Africa with her fierce ball winning and tackling abilities during her time at the Upper West Girls team, she is now back dazzling the world with her singing prowess. ‘The Young lioness of Africa’ from Wa, otherwise known as Wiyaala, blends the use of tribal drums, big stadium choruses, three 

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Within the space of two years, Brazil will host the world’s two biggest sporting events: the Soccer World Cup in 2014 and the Summer Olympic Games in 2016. This is an opportunity for the nation to give the world a taste of its famously vibrant and open culture, and its historic passion for football. But, 

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Lebanon previously referred to as “a rose amongst thorns” was always going to be of great interest to me when asked to write about it. Initial research highlighting a Capital city, Beirut, previously called the “Paris of the Orient” the captivation was immediately reinforced. The country now rebuilding itself in modernity one could not but 

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It’s just over 5,000 miles from Ireland to Brazil – but for the Irish football team, it might as well be a million miles because, with Giovanni Trapattoni leading the team, we haven’t got a hope of qualifying for the World Cup in 2014. With a qualifying group containing Germany, Sweden and Austria, the challenge 

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