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Baltimore Police struggle to redefine image amid scrutiny and violence

While Davis has come out in support of officers in several recent incidents — including Detective Thomas Smith, the 12-year veteran of the force who shot Dedric Colvin, the eighth-grader with the BB gun, last week — the chief also has bowed to pressure, Ryan said.

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The Problems Are Temporary And Resolvable – VP Osinbajo

Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has restated the resolve of the Buhari administration towards instituting a new culture of probity and accountability in governance saying “it’s a new day in Aso Rock”. “Nearly a year on- there are many problems and many have asked where is the change? Is....

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Clinging to Hope in Aleppo, a Syrian City Ravaged by War

A medic at Al Razi hospital in Aleppo on Thursday, after rebel attacks killed dozens. Our first sight of Aleppo was its ravaged southern neighborhoods — a vista of devastation that has become a familiar image of Syria’s multiyear conflict. Like many war zones, other parts bustled with a semblance of normalcy.

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Samuel Billy Kyles, Witness to King’s Last Moments, Dies at 81

“I thought I was having a nightmare, but the nightmare was that I was awake,” Mr. Kyle said. “And then we looked, and there was blood. So much blood.” Mr. Kyles dashed back into the room to summon an ambulance, but the motel’s telephone operator, alarmed by the shooting, had left her switchboard and run outside.

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Fulani Herdsmen Better Armed Than Police - Bishop Onah

The catholic Bishop of Nsukka dioceses Rt. Rev Prof Godfrey Onah said yesterday that some Fulani herdsmen in the country are better armed than the policemen as they carry assult riffles publicly when they have no pernission to bear arms. Bishop Onah disclosed this while briefing the press on the....

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New Detroit Lions S Miles Killebrew left a mark on and off the field

There are already reminders. The Big Sky Championship T-shirts around campus, the trophies proudly displayed and his face that hangs on a banner outside Eccles Coliseum — all reminders of what Miles Killebrew helped accomplish during his time at Southern Utah. Over the weekend, Killebrew will be selected in the NFL Draft.

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Syrian City Torn by War Shows Jarring Resolve to Try to Live Normally

A civilian evacuated a baby on Friday from a site that had been hit by airstrikes in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria. Inhabitants of the city carry on with work and school despite fighting that has killed more than 200 civilians in the past week. Credit Abdalrhman Ismail/Reuters.

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Timeline: Pike County shooting

5:28 p.m.: A Rhoden family member, Kenny, called 911 stating he thought he was being followed after he left a Speedway parking lot. Rhoden told the 911 operator that at least two people had been following him for eight to 10 miles. He said that the forest green, newer model Chrysler had tried to cut him off.

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Land Dispute - Appeal Court Affirms Judgment Against Deeper Life

The Court of Appeal, Lagos, has reaffirmed the judgment of a Lagos High Court against the Deeper Christian Life Ministry in a land dispute with one Mr. Joseph Ebhodaghe, awarding N5 million general damages against the Church for the about 20-year trespass on the respondent's land.

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North Korea sentences former Va. man to 10 years of hard labor

TOKYO — North Korea has sentenced a former Virginia man to 10 years in prison with hard labor for subversion, its official news agency said Friday, in the latest case involving an American being detained by Kim Jong Un’s regime. Kim Dong-chul, 62, who was born in South Korea but became a U.S.

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Nigeria: Fulani Herdsmen Better Armed Than Police - Bishop Onah

The catholic Bishop of Nsukka dioceses Rt. Rev Prof Godfrey Onah said yesterday that some Fulani herdsmen in the country are better armed than the policemen as they carry assult riffles publicly when they have no pernission to bear arms. Bishop Onah disclosed this while briefing the press on the....

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Africa: African Press Review 30 April 2016

Kenya prays for conjoined twins sharing a liver, while President Zuma is in dire straits again over the reinstatment of 783 criminal charges filed against him. We start in Kenya, where the people are praying for the lives of conjoined twins born on Thursday morning in Mombasa. Daily Nation.

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Lucy Kibaki - a Fierce Defender of Family

As First Lady Lucy Kibaki, who died in London's Bupa Cromwell Hospital on Tuesday April 26, evoked fear and embodied radiance in equal measure. During her tenure as a State House tenant, she often cut the image of an abrasive woman who was easily angered and quite unpredictable.

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Brilliant Twitter Bot Replaces Every 'God' in Joel Osteen's Tweets With Something Naughty

Joel Dongsteen is on Twitter to impart some glorious wisdom to replace all that “God” stuff in pastor Joel Osteen’s tweets. The famous Texas pastor with the bright pearly smile may bring thousands to Jesus on his televised church service each Sunday, however, his enlightenment doesn’t come close to some of the tweets Dongsteen comes up with.

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North Korea: U.S. Citizen Hard Labour Sentence Shrouded in Secrecy

The government of North Korea must immediately disclose all details in the court case of U.S. citizen Kim Dong-chul, who was sentenced to 10 years' hard labour for "spying," in what appears to be yet another politically motivated decision, said Amnesty International today.

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Republic of Congo: Air strikes hit residential areas including schools

Air strikes on residential areas in the south eastern Pool region of Congo that have reportedly resulted in deaths, casualties and the destruction of properties, including churches, schools and medical facilities represent an unlawful use of lethal force by the security forces, Amnesty International said today.

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Montgomery and Deep South road trip, USA: Where food is not the only thing worth fighting for

Turning a full circle, local guide Meg Lewis explains why she calls it her "360 degree" view of history. On this spot, she explains, stood one of the slave markets where, in the 1850s, "able field hands" were bought and sold for $US1500 each and "skilled artisans" for twice as much.

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Driver’s delivery skills, kindness benefited charities

Updated 9 hours ago Kenneth Kohl knew most of the roads around his hometown of Greensburg and the people and businesses along them. After years of delivering bread and baked goods for Bunny Bread and Interstate Baking Co., “he knew where almost everything was,” his wife, Karen, said. “You never needed a map when you were near him.

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Hashtag relationship goals

Now that I am past a certain target market (‘di na ako bagets), I sometimes cringe when I use terms that are obviously for the Snapchat generation. But no matter how I try to avoid the “hashtag,” when it comes to Steven and Holly Furtick, expect me to hashtag goals all day, every single day.

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Trek to Everest Base Camp worth the gruelling climb

EVEREST BASE CAMP, Nepal. We reach Everest Base Camp on a sunny but chilly afternoon, after an eight-day trek that stretched our physical and mental limits. Aching knees from steep descents and headaches from mild altitude sickness are forgotten as the yellow and orange tents for the summit-bound —....

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21 things Tiwa Savage said about TeeBillz accusations

But in an exclusive interview with Azuka Ogujiuba, ThisDay Editor, which was obtained exclusively by Pulse TV, Tiwa Savage addressed the allegations, and made emotional revelations about her husband. The allegations brought on a lot of heat and discussions on social media, with many polarizing opinions being offered.

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African press review 30 April 2016

We start in Kenya, where the people are praying for the lives of conjoined twins born on Thursday morning in Mombasa. Daily Nation. The babies who are on life support were reportedly due to be flown to the Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi for specialised treatment.

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Save Our Bahamas says don’t demonize Dame Joan

The pastors behind the Save Our Bahamas campaign have defended former Court of Appeal President Dame Joan Sawyer who was widely criticized over her admission that she had not read the four constitutional amendment questions and if she were to vote, she would vote against them.

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Dance competition supports orphanage in the Dominican Republic

LAWRENCE — A 2-year-old girl in the Dominican Republic was abandoned. Authorities know nothing about her parents or family background. A Dominican mother died shortly after giving birth to a son. Another mother was no longer able to care for her young daughter because of mental illness.

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Double killer 'loves' watching TV drama The Secret about his gruesome murder pact with former lover

A double killer is "loving" a TV dramatisation that follows the deadly love affair between him and his former lover. The Secret is based on the murder pact between self-proclaimed Christian killer Colin Howell and nursery teacher Hazel Stewart. The four-part series starring James Nesbitt is adapted....

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Herdsmen better armed than policemen – Bishop Onah

By Chinenyeh Ozor. The catholic Bishop of Nsukka dioceses Rt. Rev Prof Godfrey Onah said yesterday that some Fulani herdsmen in the country are better armed than the policemen as they carry assult riffles publicly when they have no pernission to bear arms.

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