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Sopeju’s footsteps

•Cerebral palsy patient who bagged a university degree shows disability is no obstacle. His is a model for triumph over misanthropic nature. It all came into the open when Joshua Sopeju graduated in computer science at the National Open University of Nigeria in Abuja.

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Tillerson heads to Ankara to ease Turkey tensions Ankara (AFP) - US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Turkey on Thursday seeking to ease tensions with its NATO ally that have reached fresh heights over Ankara's ongoing operation inside Syria.

Ankara (AFP) - US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Turkey on Thursday seeking to ease tensions with its NATO ally that have reached fresh heights over Ankara's ongoing operation inside Syria. During his two-day trip to the Turkish capital, Tillerson -- who last visited in July 2017 --....

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AFP: Tillerson heads to Ankara to ease Turkey tensions

Ankara. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Turkey on Thursday seeking to ease tensions with its NATO ally that have reached fresh heights over Ankara's ongoing operation inside Syria, AFP reported. During his two-day trip to the Turkish capital, Tillerson -- who last visited in July 2017....

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Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai dies at 65

JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai died Wednesday at age 65, ending a long campaign to lead his country that brought him jailings, beatings and accusations of treason. Tsvangirai died Wednesday evening in a Johannesburg hospital, said Elias Mudzuri, a vice president of the Movement for Democratic Change party.

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From Tsvangirai's deathbed, hope lives on

39 secs ago | Views. Fungayi Mukosera Pastor Evan Mawarire described Tsvangirai Morgan Richard Tsvangirai as the man who let those that thirst for freedom in Zimbabwe 'find the courage to say enough is enough'. Two weeks ago in Munich Germany, Dumiso Dabengwa identified Zimbabwe as practically a....

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Tillerson heads to Ankara to ease Turkey tensions

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Turkey on Thursday seeking to ease tensions with its NATO ally that have reached fresh heights over Ankara's ongoing operation inside Syria. During his two-day trip to the Turkish capital, Tillerson -- who last visited in July 2017 -- will hold talks....

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Florida shooting hits close to home for people in Townville

WEBVTT JOE: ASH WEDNESDAY, A DAY MARKEDVALENTINE’S DAY, A DAY MARKED BYIT’S BOTH FAITH AND LOVE, PEOPLE>> WE’RE A STRONG SCHOOL AND ITJOE: SHE TAKES GREAT PRIDE.>> THIS TOWN IS IN THE MIDDLE OFJOE: IN TOWNVILLE ELEMENTARY.>> I THINK IT’S JUST CRAZY.IT’S JUST UNBELIEVABLE THATJOE: THE SCHOOL SHE GREW UP IN.

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Police officers visit family of Inspector killed in Lethem crash

Divisional Commander of ‘B’ Division, Assistant Commissioner Lyndon Alves was among police and other officials who expressed condolences yesterday to the family of Inspector Ian Welch, who died in a vehicular accident at Lethem on Wednesday. The ranks, including Force Welfare Officer Deputy....

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Our religious leaders must lead by example

Dear Editor, THE recent news captioned: “Rosignol Pastor gets 40 years for raping minor” was very shocking and disturbing, since the rise and fall of our so-called pope among other religious leaders in the Christian community who remind me of the Rev Jim Jones who killed 918 innocent souls in the name of God.

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Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai dies of cancer aged 65

He came tantalisingly close to winning power in 2008 when he got the most votes in the national election, but according to official results, he was just short of the more than 50% majority needed to win outright. He boycotted the run-off, citing widespread violence against his supporters, handing Mr Mugabe the victory.

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Carnival–the mask in the mas

It was quite interesting over the last week, to read other writers’ perceptions about Carnival and its effects on Trinbagonian society. These viewpoints ranged from “Carnival is a reflection of the morality of our people, going rapidly downhill” to “Just a bikini mas.

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Erie School District awaits state aid, appointed financial administrator

ERIE, Pa. - Getting the additional $14 million in state aid is taking a little longer than leaders of the Erie School District first thought. Superintendent Brian Polito in talks Tuesday with the Pennsylvania Department of Education. "They did confirm that the money should be released within another....

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Transformed leaders only panacea to Nigeria’s rebirth 9 mins ago Arts

Building the Nigeria of our dreams can only be possible through transformational leadership. This is the key message of the new book by Uzodinma C. Enelamah, a public speaker, personal transformation coach and author of repute. The book, National Transformation through Transformational Leadership....

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Attic discovery tells different side of Montgomery Bus Boycott story

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - In Alabama, you don't have to look any further than state history to understand the power of a protest. More than 60 years ago hundreds of black Montgomery residents nearly crippled the city through a concerted effort that became known as the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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Attic discovery tells different side of Montgomery Bus Boycott story

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - In Alabama, you don't have to look any further than state history to understand the power of a protest. More than 60 years ago hundreds of black Montgomery residents nearly crippled the city through a concerted effort that became known as the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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It is men who need women

It is always recommendable that when you want to fix something, you make reference to its beginning or origin. By Kilton Moyo. Marital relationships are giving a lot of people challenges these days and what can help us is to go back and observe the law of first mention.

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What is Ash Wednesday? A SLO pastor explains why it matters

Vespera at Ocean is under construction in downtown Pismo Beach near the pier. Vespera on Ocean is a 124-room Marriott Autograph hotel at 147 Stinson Ave. It is the second large hotel project in that area of town recently. A barn owl injured during the Thomas Fire was fully rehabilitated and released by the Ojai Raptor Center in February 2018.

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Fighting Poverty, The T.B. Joshua’s Example

World all over, charities get their funding from multiple sources; much of which comes from individuals; foundations and corporations to take care of the less privileged or poorest of all in every society. A major considerable source of funding charity organisations is government funding.

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Birmingham Obituaries

J. Paul Meeks Jr. J. Paul Meeks, Jr. of Vestavia Hills passed away on February 13, 2018. He was born in Birmingham, Daryll Thomas Sr. age 62, Pastor and founder of the Divine Favor M.B.C., in Bessemer, passed away on February 6, Billy Ray Land Billy Ray Land, age 72, passed away on Tuesday, February 13, 2018.

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Attic discovery tells different side of Montgomery Bus Boycott story

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - In Alabama, you don't have to look any further than state history to understand the power of a protest. More than 60 years ago hundreds of black Montgomery residents nearly crippled the city through a concerted effort that became known as the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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Zimbabwe veteran opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who challenged Robert Mugabe’s brutal regime for years, dies at 65 after cancer fight

Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai died Wednesday at age 65, ending a long campaign to lead his country that brought him jailings, beatings and accusations of treason. Tsvangirai died Wednesday evening in a Johannesburg hospital, said Elias Mudzuri, a vice-president of the Movement for Democratic Change party.

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All Living

An account supervisor for the power company was concerned by the words of the woman on the phone. The electricity was out at her mother's nursing home, the temperature felt like 110 degrees, and elderly people couldn't breathe. Old Havana Sandwich Shop owners will cook a different style of Cuban food with Copa.

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VP Yemi Osibanjo's Daughter Set To Tie The Knot 1 day ago What's New

In the spirit of Valentine, Nigeria’s Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibanjo, took to twitter to announce the engagement of his daughter, Oludamilola, to Oluseun Bakare, this morning. With joy and praise to the Lord, Dolly and I announce the betrothal of our daughter Oludamilola Osinbajo to Oluseun Bakare.

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Attic discovery tells different side of Montgomery Bus Boycott story

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - In Alabama, you don't have to look any further than state history to understand the power of a protest. More than 60 years ago hundreds of black Montgomery residents nearly crippled the city through a concerted effort that became known as the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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Attic discovery tells different side of Montgomery Bus Boycott story

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - In Alabama, you don't have to look any further than state history to understand the power of a protest. More than 60 years ago hundreds of black Montgomery residents nearly crippled the city through a concerted effort that became known as the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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VP Yemi Osibanjo's Daughter Set To Tie The Knot 1 day ago What's New

In the spirit of Valentine, Nigeria’s Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibanjo, took to twitter to announce the engagement of his daughter, Oludamilola, to Oluseun Bakare, this morning. With joy and praise to the Lord, Dolly and I announce the betrothal of our daughter Oludamilola Osinbajo to Oluseun Bakare.

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