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Detectives arrest Kisumu man disguised as police officer harassing residents

- Nyanjwa was arrested by G4S security guards as he harassed locals pretending to be a police officer. - According to police, he had stolen the uniform from his officer friend. Police in Kisumu are investigating a case where a 22-year-old civilian was on Saturday, September 15, arrested wearing an official police uniform.

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Macuata students to benefit from road upgrade

ABOUT 500 students of three schools in a rural area of Macuata will no longer worry about the daily dusty walk to school. Last week, workers of Fulton Higan Hiways upgraded and sealed the feeder road that led to Maramarua District School, Dreketi Primary School and Dreketi Secondary School.

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Unholy row rocks Presbyterian church in Seoul

SEOUL: One of the world’s largest Presbyterian churches has been engulfed by an unholy row after its pastor sought to pass the super-rich South Korean institution into the control of his son. Religion remains a powerful social force in the South, and the country’s biggest spiritual organizations are wealthy and influential.

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Continue reading Letters: Three cheers to Bruce Tomaso on his driving in Dallas article, Plano students who excelled in STEM contest, and news coverage of Baylor

1 Article on driving in Texas — Re: "Proceed with caution — We don't do rain, the Tollway is our Autobahn and other things newcomers need to know about Dallas drivers," Tuesday Arts & Life story. Thank you for your fantastic article. I love it, love it, love it! I earned my first Texas driver's license in 1956 at age 14.

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Brentwood priest urges community to support Evelyn Rodriguez's family

Parishioners at St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church in Brentwood Sunday mourned the loss of a key community figure — Evelyn Rodriguez, the anti-gang violence crusader who was fatally struck by a vehicle after a dispute over a memorial to her slain daughter. The Rev.

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Florence in Pictures

As Florence continues to pummel the coast, photographers for The New York Times are spread out through North and South Carolina, documenting scenes as residents survive the storm. [For the latest forecasts and storm news, read our Leonard Harrison carried Dylan Roberts, 2, to safety as Cajun Navy....

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The blessings of the upside-down kingdom 9:26 AM EDT Sep 16, 2018

In the Orthodox Church we recite the Beatitudes at every liturgy on Sunday and at other times. The Beatitudes become embedded in our consciousness. Over time you cannot help but memorize them. You may be familiar with them; they are the very beginning verses of the Sermon on the Mount found in Matthew, chapters five through seven.

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Depression: Men of cloth are suffering in silence

A man contemplates suicide. Pastors going through hard times should not suffer in silence. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary. Gibson Anduvate says many pastors are subject to high expectations from the congregation and the society as well. For nearly all the pastors we spoke to, the need....

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Man masquerading as police officer set ablaze in Homa Bay

- He was one of the six gang members who had reportedly been giving residents sleepless nights. - Otieno was nabbed moments after his dreaded gang attacked, beat and robbed a clergyman. A notorious gang member who had been terrorising residents of Rodi Kopany Township in Homa Bay County has been....

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Our backlog of aspiring Americans

By Pramila Jayapal and Manuel Pastor, Los Angeles Times September 16, 2018 9:50 am. Naturalization ceremonies are joyous events. They’re an occasion for new citizens — many of whom are longtime U.S. residents — to officially declare the United States as their home.

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Mob lynches police imposter

An alleged police imposter was lynched while six others escaped after injuring a clergy man in Homa Bay County. The suspect identified as Elisha Otieno, 38, was killed by a mob near Rodi Kopany Township in Homa Bay Sub County on Saturday night. ALSO READ: Banks fined Sh393m for handling NYS fraud....

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Fulani herdsmen invade Adamawa, kill 51

About fifty-one people, including a pastor of the Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria (LCCN), have been killed in an attack by suspected herdsmen. It was gathered the incident occurred on Thursday night with villages of Gon, Nzumosu, Bolki, Nyanga, and Bukuto in Numan Local Government Area affected.

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Irate mob lynches police imposter

An alleged police imposter was lynched while six others escaped after injuring a clergy man in Homa Bay County. The suspect identified as Elisha Otieno, 38, was killed by a mob near Rodi Kopany Township in Homa Bay Sub County on Saturday night. ALSO READ: Banks fined Sh393m for handling NYS fraud....

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OLUSEGUN RUNSEWE: WE MUST CHANGE THE CULTURE NARRATIVE

Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, the DG National Council for Arts and Craft (NCAC) in this interview with Stanley Nkwazema gave insight into the quiet revolution going on in the commission and plans to make Nigeria a hub for arts and craft. Excerpts. The National Council for Arts and Culture has been idle before your appointment.

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In Seoul: In the Name of the Father: Unholy row over church inheritance

One of the world's largest presbyterian churches has been engulfed by an unholy row after its pastor sought to pass the super-rich South Korean institution into the control of his son. Religion remains a powerful social force in the South, and the country's biggest spiritual organisations are wealthy and influential.

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EXPOSED: Nigeria woman tells court his husband is a fake pastor who sleeps with his sister

A housewife, Deborah Olusola, on Wednesday told an Idi-Ogungun Customary Court, Agodi in Ibadan, that her husband, Sunday Olusola, a pastor, lured her into marriage through fake prophesy. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Deborah had approached the court seeking for dissolution of her 18....

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How to clap for Buhari, Kemi, Amaechi and Ngige – Reno

Pastor Reno Omokri. Having said that, it is surprising that President Buhari accepted her resignation on the ground that she has a forged certificate. The question is what should a man whose certificate is suspected not to have ever even existed do in such a circumstance? Muhammadu Buhari claims to....

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Private or shared? Would you allow your partner full access to your phone?

Sunday September 16 2018. Some couples share passwords and openly access each others' phones, while others do not. PHOTO | FILE In Summary. The power of the gadgets to break marriages cannot be overstated. According to marriage counsellor Philip Kitoto, a good union should entail ease of accessing information.

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Continue reading 'You get to a boiling point': Botham Jean's killing revives community's expectations of injustice

A night after Jean was killed in his home in the Cedars neighborhood, demonstrators demanded justice at a vigil for the Caribbean native outside Dallas police headquarters, a block from where the shooting took place. On Wednesday, protesters interrupted a Dallas City Council meeting, calling for....

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Who Can See Jesus?

I WILL not leave you as orphans; I will come to you. Yet, a little while and the world will see me no more, but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live” (John 14: 18- 19, ESV). From the biblical perspective, there are two groups of people living on the earth Christians and non-Christians.

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In the Name of the Father: unholy row over Seoul church AFP 12 mins ago

© Provided by AFP Religion remains a powerful social force in South Korea, and the country's biggest spiritual organisations are wealthy and influential One of the world's largest presbyterian churches has been engulfed by an unholy row after its pastor sought to pass the super-rich South Korean institution into the control of his son.

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Erdogan's One-Man Rule Takes Its Toll on Turkey

The recent summit in Tehran between the Iranian, Russian and Turkish leaders revealed the shortcomings in Turkey's strategy in Syria, which has strained its alliance with the United States. The Turkish government may be able to ease tensions with Washington if it releases Andrew Brunson and the other U.

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In the Name of the Father: unholy row over Seoul church inheritance

One of the world’s largest presbyterian churches has been engulfed by an unholy row after its pastor sought to pass the super-rich South Korean institution into the control of his son. Religion remains a powerful social force in the South, and the country’s biggest spiritual organisations are wealthy and influential.

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Unanswered questions from Obong Attah’s Resource Control discourse

Year of Revision: 2018. Reviewer: Udo Ibuot. THIS is a 156 page publication by Obong (Arc) Victor Bassey Attah, former governor of Akwa Abasi Ibom State and chief apostle of the resource control movement. It is a revised version of the original book of essays which was first published by Obong Attah in 2004.

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I slept with 20-25 men everyday – Libya returnee

•Beauty(carrying N2million envelope) during her testimony. Beauty was among the 60 Nigerian teenagers deported from Libya who visited The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations,SCOAN, where they were given N2 million by the head pastor of the church, Prophet T.B. Joshua, and Emmanuel TV Partners to help start their lives afresh in Nigeria.

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Turkey's Erdogan builds more prisons as post-coup purge persists

He was kept in a police cell, barely 10 feet square, with four other men for 24 days. With no toilet or shower, he was forced to wash himself by saving up water bottles and to urinate into an empty bottle. “I begged them, ‘Take me to prison,’” Öğreten said. “Prison would be better than this torture.

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