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UK Officials Pull Ads Off YouTube After Learning Adverts Were Featured Next To Extremist Videos

Everything You Need To Know, Right Now. The IBT Pulse Newsletter keeps you connected to the biggest stories unfolding in the global economy. The U.K. government has removed its advertisements from YouTube after concerns the ads were appearing next to “inappropriate material,” including videos with....

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Pastor sentenced to 3 years in prison for defiling male children in Ogun

Waleola, who is employed as a Prophet in a Cherubim and Seraphim church in Okearo Street in Akure, the state capital, has the penchant for seducing male students and playing with their manhood. Although he was arraigned for the first time for the heinous crime, Waleola, however, disclosed that he was not committing the offence for the first time.

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Return to God or you die in office – Ebonyi Prophet, Chukwudi warns Buhari

Chukwudi, who is the Pastor of Kings Deliverance Church, in Ohaukwu Local Government Area of the state warned that until Buhari returns to God, calamities will not depart from him. In his latest prophecy, the Ebonyi-based Prophet expressed disappointment that Buhari was not serious about seeking....

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Call for 'Welcoming Community' Ordinance In Morton Grove

Submitted by Jon Lahn on behalf of the undersigned. To the President and Trustees of the Village of Morton Grove, and candidates for election for President and Trustee: We, the undersigned residents, community organizations, and businesses who make up the Morton Grove community, write to urge the....

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Funeral procession honors fallen Watertown firefighter ahead of funeral Mass

WATERTOWN “Rest in Peace Firefighter Joseph A. Toscano.” On highway marquees Wednesday morning, Boston drivers read signs honoring the 20-year Watertown firefighter who died Friday while fighting a blaze. A Watertown fire engine carrying Toscano’s flag-draped casket left Randolph, where Toscano lived and where a wake was held Tuesday at St.

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Girl suspended over stress reliever that looks like sex toy

A 12-year-old girl was booted from a Wisconsin school for allegedly selling sex toys – which her family insisted are innocent “water snake wigglies” used to help autistic kids. Frances Habeck said she received permission to sell the water-filled bags for $1 between classes at Trinity Lutheran School in Racine, according to WTMJ-TV.

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WATCH: Anti-Mugabe activist doing community service

Activist Linda Masarira was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment. Seven months were suspended on condition she does does not commit a similar offence in the next five years. The other eleven months were suspended on condition that she performs 385 hours of community service. The community service is being done at Malborough Clinic.

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Former Blue Peter presenter set to talk about his life and faith at Norwich church

Simon Thomas, who grew up in Grimston near King’s Lynn as the vicar’s son, will speak at the Norwich Soul Church on Sunday, April 2, at 5pm. Jon Norman, Pastor of Soul Church, said: “He’s a good role model as he handles himself very well and is happily married.

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Prophet Kumoluyi prophesies Nigeria on its way out economic setback

He assured that God would soon rescue Nigeria from economic recession and untold hardship being experienced by Nigerians. The Pastor made this known on Tuesday during the flag-off of his church’s annual prophetic anointing programme, tagged: Anointing for Complete Restoration,” scheduled to hold on....

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Priest retires after inconclusive Vatican review of abuse claim

A Roman Catholic priest is retiring and will not participate in public ministry after a Vatican investigation found it could not determine whether a single allegation of past sexual abuse by him could be proven. Bishop David Zubik granted the Rev. John P. Fitzgerald’s request for immediate retirement, the diocese said in a statement Wednesday.

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Fruit Belt residents push for High Street historic district

One block east of the burgeoning Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus are three historic buildings on High Street – a deli, a now-dilapidated former doctor's home and a Baptist church dating to 1875. Those three structures in the city's Fruit Belt neighborhood again are the heart of a proposal to become....

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Former Blue Peter presenter set to deliver speech at Norwich church

Simon Thomas, who grew up in Grimston near King’s Lynn as the vicar’s son, will speak at the Norwich Soul Church on Sunday, April 2, at 5pm. Jon Norman, Pastor of Soul Church, said: “He’s a good role model as he handles himself very well and is happily married.

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Tsvangirai warns of mass protests

Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai has warned that his supporters will take to the streets if his demands for free and fair elections are not met, the BBC's Shingai Nyoka reports from the capital, Harare. Addressing his supporters on the outskirts of the central business....

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Police-shooting drama “Shots Fired” is thoughtful but won’t burst your political bubble

By Bethonie Butler, The Washington Post. “Shots Fired” isn’t the first television show to examine our ongoing conversations about police violence and racial division, but it might be the small screen’s most deliberate effort. The 10-hour limited series, which premieres Wednesday on Fox, follows the....

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Historic Austin Park to benefit from $300K in improvements

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — For the most part, Thelma Williams — also known as "Grandma Wisdom" — has lived in the St. John neighborhood since early childhood. The Austin American-Statesman ( http://atxne.ws/2nJjugS ) reports she remembers when the land — a slice of which recently benefited from an Austin Parks Foundation grant — belonged to the St.

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NETHERLANDS ART - 14 years on, 2 stolen Van Gogh masterpieces return to Amsterdam for display

Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum on Wednesday once again exhibited two masterpieces by the tormented Dutch painter that had been stolen 14 years ago and were found last year in Italy during a police raid on a mobster's hideout. The priceless paintings, which belonged to Vincent Van Gogh's early work,....

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Buhari approves nominees for sovereign investment authority

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved appointments of those that will manage Nigeria’s investments and save for the future of the country. The president approved the list of nominees into the reconstituted board of directors of the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority, it was gathered.

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Oklahoma pastor's daughter, 30, charged with molesting boy

The grown daughter of an Oklahoma pastor has been charged with sexually abusing a 10-year-old boy in her father's house. Stormy Ledbetter, 30, was taken into custody on Friday and booked into the Garvin County Jail on counts of lewd acts with a child under 16 and forcible oral sodomy.

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Principal accuses student of selling sex toys

RACINE -- A Racine, Wisconsin family says their principal accused their child of selling sex toys at school. The 12-year-old girl's father has been trying to clear his daughter's name ever since she was suspended for three days from Trinity Lutheran School on Geneva Street in Racine. Parents may recognize the toy in question.

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Officers’ Mess Awards Police For Outstanding Service

Press Release. Basseterre, St. Kitts, March 21, 2017 (SKNIS): Several former members of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF) and some who currently still serve were recognized last Friday (March 17) at an Officer’s Mess Dinner and Award Ceremony.

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Lawmaker charged with child prostitution filed odd bills

FILE - In this March 16, 2017, file photo, provided by the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office in Norman Okla., shows Ralph Shortey. The FBI in Oklahoma City confirmed Monday, March 20, 2017, it is investigating Shortey, a Republican state senator who is facing felony child prostitution charges after....

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Features 1 hour ago 6:23 a.m. Artists find creative spaces in Austin churches

AUSTIN, Texas -- Faith is all about believing; you may not see the outcome but you expect it to work in your favor. Members of Grant AME Church in North Austin live by that motto. Pastor Sylvester Patton III is among a group of pastors willing to help struggling artists.

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Texas 30 mins ago 7:04 a.m. Senate panel OKs bill requiring schools to teach teens about interacting

Senate panel OKs bill requiring schools to teach teens about interacting with police AUSTIN, Texas ( TRIBUNE ) Texas would require high school students, drivers-in-training and police officers to be taught how law enforcement and civilians should interact under a measure approved by the Senate Criminal Justice Committee on Tuesday.

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Lawmaker charged with child prostitution filed odd bills

Sen. Ralph Shortey, who was elected to represent part of the Oklahoma City area, planned to resign Wednesday after being accused of soliciting sex from a 17-year-old boy, according to his attorney. Joe Dorman, a former Democratic state representative who was active in the same youth program, said....

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SB I-75 clears in West Chester

WEST CHESTER, OH (FOX19) - Southbound Interstate 75 is clear near Tylersville Road after debris from a garbage truck spilled, blocking all but one lane earlier Wednesday morning. The highway was completely shut down for about 10 minutes before one lane opened just before 7:30 a.m. Traffic backed up to Ohio 129.

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Cincinnati pastor who tried to save woman from stabbing attack awarded Carnegie Medal

ROSELAWN (FOX19) - The pastor who tried to tried to rescue a woman in a wheelchair from a brutal stabbing attack was awarded a Carnegie Medal of Extraordinary Civilian Heroism on Wednesday. Timothy Carpenter was walking by and intervened when he saw Andrew Kimbrough, 21, brutally stabbing Patricia Hummons in Roselawn in January 2015.

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