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Boston police will focus on high crime neighborhoods to combat summer violence

Walsh said the law enforcement strategy will remain largely unchanged from last year’s efforts and will include Peace Walks in which police, clergy, and community leaders walk through neighborhoods to connect with residents. Walsh also said that city officials will continue to connect residents,....

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Religious leaders preaching inciting sermons should be arrested, Cardinal Onaiyken tells FG

The Catholic Archbishop spoke in Abuja, at a National Security Workshop,organised by a foreign security consultant, Club de Madrid, in collaboration with the Office of the National Security Adviser to the President, ONSA. Speaking with journalists on the sideline of the occasion, Onaiyekan said the....

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Madisonville bride marries high school sweetheart despite cancer diagnosis

The young bride was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer one year ago. Just weeks ago, her diagnosis took a devastating turn. Doctors told the couple she only had days to live. The Magers met in middle school and once they graduated from high school, their relationship blossomed. They’ve been together for 10 years and have two children.

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Florida's new death penalty rule

SARASOTA, Fla. -- Florida’s new death penalty sentencing rules will keep some criminals from sitting on death row. Take the case of Andy Avalos, Jr., convicted on three murder charges, two of them first-degree murder. State Attorney Ed Brodsky thought the decision was crystal clear.

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1 injured, multiple buildings severely damaged after Sampson County tornado

Tuesday evening. tornado touched down about 8 miles northeast of Clinton Sampson County authorities said they were responding to several reports of damage. In Autryville, significant damage was reported at several buildings along North Hotel Street and N.C. Highway 24.

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Tornado touches down in Sampson County; injury reported

By Bill Reh, CBS North Carolina Storm Team Meteorologist Published: May 23, 2017, 5:47 am Updated: May 23, 2017, 6:31 pm UPDATE: At least one person was hurt and damage was seen after a tornado touched down in Sampson County about 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. A tornado warning had been issued just before 5 p.

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Encomium showered on Okoroji as COSON House is commission

There was heavy traffic jam on Oluwaleimu Street in the Allen Avenue area of Lagos on Saturday, May 20 as stars gathered from all over the country for the official commissioning of the sparkling new COSON House, the first real property owned by any organization, association, union or group in the Nigerian creative industry.

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Genocide: The mysterious case of 200 Tutsi killed at Midiho Anglican church

Sky-blue is associated with hope and a church extols belief. Put the two together and you have a powerful symbolism that won’t be missed from kilometres away. St Peter’s Anglican Church of Midiho, in Mukarange Sector, Kayonza District, did just that. The sky-blue theme of its roofing would all but inspire profound belief.

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Martyrs SS commemorate Genocide

Martyrs Secondary School community last Saturday held activities to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. At the event, students were urged to shun evils of hatred and genocide ideology that characterised the pre-1994 education sector. Addressing the gathering, Pastor Antoine Rutayisire....

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Connelly: Franklin Graham -- Butt out of Notre Dame graduation protest

Come? The students have spent four years at Our Lady's place. The tuition for the 2017-18 school year is $69,395. As this Notre Dame grad can attest, the "Domers" have been educated not only in chosen professional fields, but received schooling in human rights, civil rights, public service and what it means to lead a Christian life.

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1 injured as tornado touches down in Sampson County

By Bill Reh, CBS North Carolina Storm Team Meteorologist Published: May 23, 2017, 5:47 am Updated: May 23, 2017, 5:59 pm UPDATE: At least one person was hurt and damage was seen after a tornado touched down in Sampson County about 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. As of about 5:15 p.

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Pembroke Civic Awards honours citizens who have made outstanding contributions

PEMBROKE Town Council recently held its annual Pembroke Civic Awards evening at Pembroke Town Hall to thank people who have given outstanding service to the local community. The Pembroke awards scheme is the town’s highest accolade and was introduced in 1998 to say thank you to individuals and....

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Missing pastor's wife says police diverting probe's focus

The wife of missing pastor Raymond Koh has claimed that Malaysian police chief Khalid Abu Bakar is "diverting" the focus of investigations into her husband's abduction to Mr Koh's alleged attempts to convert Muslim youth. Inspector-General of Police Khalid was quoted in an article in local Malay....

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El Salvador's first cardinal surprised by selection

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) " Monsignor Gregorio Rosa Chavez, an auxiliary bishop who works as a parish pastor in El Salvador, was alone preparing to lead a Sunday Mass when a friend called to say he heard Pope Francis had named him as a new cardinal. Rosa Chavez says at first he didn't believe the news.

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Florida's new death penalty rule Read Story Isabel Mascareñas

SARASOTA, Fla. -- Florida’s new death penalty sentencing rules will keep some criminals from sitting on death row. Take the case of Andy Avalos, Jr., convicted on three murder charges, two of them first-degree murder. State Attorney Ed Brodsky thought the decision was crystal clear.

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KANYARI KANDO: What this crazy pastor did in Church will leave you in stitches (VIDEO)

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - These so called pastors from down South never cease to amaze. From making congregants eat grass, snakes to using insecticides, there is nothing they haven’t done. Now a pastor from Zimbabwe has raised the bar higher after he claimed to have God’s mobile phone number and promised to share it to the public soon.

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Gov. Rick Scott's family history of alcohol abuse could decide 'liquor wall" bill

Scott has the last word on one of the session's most heavily-lobbied issues — one that divided powerful special interests. The bill on his desk would repeal a decades-old law that prohibits groceries from selling vodka, gin and other spirits, even though they can sell beer and wine.

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Myanmar Foreign Minister Visits Armenian Church

NAY PYI TAW, Myanmar—Her Excellency Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Foreign Minister of Myanmar on May 19 visited Very Reverend Father Zaven Yazichyan the Pastor of the Armenian Spiritual Pastorates of Myanmar, Singapore and Bangladesh and the Representative of the Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians to The Far East.

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Black students gather to celebrate their Harvard graduation

Unlike the clichéd sendoffs often delivered at commencements, the speeches at this event spoke to the political and social concerns that students of color face at an elite institution. “People say that Harvard is a bubble, that we do not live in the real world,” said Kyrah Malika Daniels, who is....

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Arrest religious clerics over inciting sermons - Cardinal Onaiyekan Ronald Mutum “They would say if you touch religious leaders there would be backlash...

Arrest religious clerics over inciting sermons - Cardinal Onaiyekan By Ronald Mutum | Publish Date: May 23 2017 8:06PM “They would say if you touch religious leaders there would be backlash. Let the backlash come for goodness sake, so that we can get out of all this mess.

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Delta, Econet gains boost ZSE, weekly turnover up over 350pct

HARARE,– The industrial index gained 4.47 points during the week to close at 169.37 points on Friday after recording gains in all trading sessions. Support came mainly from upbeat trades in market movers Delta and Econet which gained 4,90 cents and 4,11 cents to 116 cents and 54,11 cents, comprising 80 percent of total trades.

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Lakewood Church's Joel Osteen irks clueless social media followers after "Hook 'Em" gesture

This past weekend Pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church joined countless other proud fathers at colleges across the country celebrating the graduations of their children. Osteen and wife Victoria were in Austin to attend the graduation of son Jonathan from the University of Texas.

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Demoted Fort Worth officers get new assignments, replacements named

The demoted Fort Worth police officers accused of leaking another officer’s bodycam video and confidential information have received their new assignments and their replacements have been named. Captain Abdul Pridgen, formerly an assistant chief over finance and personnel, was assigned to midnight....

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Cleveland Tries To Kill Anti-Stadium Funding Petition, Chaos Ensues

May 23, 2017 at 1:58 PM ET Robert Silverman When we last left the saga of Dan Gilbert and his quest to build a massive retail complex at Quicken Loans Arena, he’d managed to wrangle enough city council members to approve directing $70 million from the public coffers into his pockets as part of a....

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Memorial weekend activities include three parades in Lower Valley

Updated 32 minutes ago. Here is a look at Memorial Day activities in the Lower Valley: • Blawnox will host it Memorial Day parade at 10:30 a.m. May 29. A bike-decorating contest for children will kick off the festivities at 10 a.m. at the Sunoco Station along Freeport Road. Services at the veteran's monument along Freeport Road will be at 10:15 a.

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Pledge to free ZNS from political manipulation

By RASHAD ROLLE. Tribune Staff Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis pledged to transform ZNS from what was a “state propaganda machine under the last government” into a “properly functioning public broadcasting corporation” yesterday as he spoke at Government House....

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