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Brazil's President, Dilma Rousseff, Faces Prospect of Impeachment - New York Times

New York TimesBrazil's President, Dilma Rousseff, Faces Prospect of ImpeachmentNew York TimesJust hours later on Wednesday, Mr. Cunha, an evangelical Christian radio commentator, told reporters, “I don't have any happiness in doing this,” adding, “I'm not doing it for political reasons.” For Ms. Rousseff, the challenges in Congress point to ...and more »
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Pope rounds off tour of Africa with call for peace - Times LIVE

Times LIVEPope rounds off tour of Africa with call for peaceTimes LIVESo said Pope Francis of the Central African Republic‚ the third country he visited on his three-nation tour of North Africa. Tensions have been high after months of violence in the country‚ and there were fears for the safety of the pontiff‚ who was ...Official Statement on Pope Francis' visit to Africa to be made in SeptemberVatican Radioall 2,793 news articles »
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Pope Francis calls Africa "continent of hope" as tour continues - Premier

PremierPope Francis calls Africa "continent of hope" as tour continuesPremierThe pontiff made the remark on the second leg of his Africa tour. Pope Francis visited Uganda President Yoweri Museveni (pictured above) at the state house in the capital Kampala. He then celebrated Mass with more than 100,000 faithful at an open ...and more »
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Negotiators grab head start on monumental climate challenge - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayNegotiators grab head start on monumental climate challengeChristianTodayShare on Facebook Share on Twitter Pin it · Pope to end Africa trip with mosque visit in besieged Central African Republic enclave Pope Francis in Africa, agent of change · Reprints ... Armed men kidnap missionary in Mali, Christian radio station ...and more »
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Pope Francis in Africa, agent of change - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayPope Francis in Africa, agent of changeChristianTodayThe Pope in Africa has given passionate witness of the kind exemplified in the original Prayer of St Francis. He has pushed his radical agenda once again on peace, love, faith and hope. If the climate change talks in Paris this week are a success, he ...Pope Francis calls Africa "continent of hope" as tour continuesPremierall 2,793 news articles »
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Pope to end Africa trip with mosque visit in besieged Central African Republic ... - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayPope to end Africa trip with mosque visit in besieged Central African Republic ...ChristianTodayArmed men kidnap missionary in Mali, Christian radio station attacked · Prayer for the day: The power of affirmation · The surprising surge of Christianity in the Middle East · Justin Welby: Anglican split over homosexuality would be a failure but 'not ...Pope Francis calls Africa "continent of hope" as tour continuesPremierall 2,793 news articles »
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Pope Francis brings message of peace to Central African Republic on final leg ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minneapolis Star TribunePope Francis brings message of peace to Central African Republic on final leg ...Minneapolis Star TribuneAndrew Medichini, Associated Press Pope Francis kisses a baby as he visits a refugee camp, in Bangui, Central African Republic, Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015. The Pope has landed in the capital of Central African Republic, his final stop in Africa and where he ...and more »
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Ugandans hear pope's call for justice - Columbus Dispatch

Columbus DispatchUgandans hear pope's call for justiceColumbus DispatchIt flourished. Today, about 85 percent of Ugandans are Christian, with Roman Catholics accounting for half that amount. But the Pentecostal church has been growing fast. Uganda is the middle stop on Francis' first official trip to Africa. He spent the ...and more »
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Ted Cruzs Favorite Rabbi - Daily Beast

Daily BeastTed Cruzs Favorite RabbiDaily BeastReports suggest that some of this intelligence ended up in Moscow and that Pollard marketed his intelligence-gathering services to South Africa, Australia, and Pakistan before taking Israel as a client. Despite this, Pollard found passionate defenders ...and more »
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Angry migrants clash with police as Macedonians put up fence along Greek border - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Angry migrants clash with police as Macedonians put up fence along Greek borderMinneapolis Star TribuneMore than 600,000 refugees and other migrants from the Middle East, Africa and Asia have entered Europe through Greece this year, many after making the short sea crossing from Turkey. Most of them continue on a long trek through the Balkans toward the ...and more »
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Boko Haram suicide bomb kills 21 pilgrims - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayBoko Haram suicide bomb kills 21 pilgrimsChristianToday... has killed at least 21 people. Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed to end the Boko Haram insurgency. The attackers targeted a Shia Muslim procession in the village of Dakasoye, 13 miles south of the city, according to Mail&Guardian Africa.and more »
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Pope Francis visits Ugandan shrine amid gay rights debate - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayPope Francis visits Ugandan shrine amid gay rights debateChristianTodayPope Francis traveled to Uganda's holiest shrine on Saturday, paying tribute to 19th century Christian martyrs killedfor their faith, including for protecting young boys in the royal court from abuse by the king. Francis, on the second leg of his first ...and more »
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Walter Douglas Elementary teacher's classroom goal: change the world - Arizona Daily Star

Arizona Daily StarWalter Douglas Elementary teacher's classroom goal: change the worldArizona Daily StarA student at the University of Arizona, Barber would major in anthropology, minor in French and move to Africa to change the world. Now 29, Barber did go on a journey — one that would land her in a Flowing Wells classroom rather than across the globe ...and more »
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Pope in Africa: Paris climate talks must not fail - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayPope in Africa: Paris climate talks must not failChristianTodayWorld leaders must reach a historic agreement to fight climate change and poverty at the forthcoming Paris talks, facing the stark choice to either "improve or destroy the environment", Pope Francis said in Africa on Thursday. Francis chose his first ...and more »
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Pope Francis in Africa: What are the key issues he will face? - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayPope Francis in Africa: What are the key issues he will face?ChristianTodayYesterday evening, Pope Francis prayed at the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore for the success of his trip to Africa, which begins today. He has a particular attachment to the church – this visit is his 27th since the beginning of his papacy. Francis ...and more »
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Pastor's 'miracle' condoms lead to church stampede - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayPastor's 'miracle' condoms lead to church stampedeChristianTodayZimbabwe has the fifth highest HIV prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa, at 15 per cent, and condoms help prevent the transmission of the virus. Sanyangore said that HIV was "a reality that we should all be aware of" and that condoms could help protect ...
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Kenyatta vows crackdown on corrupt officials, money laundering banks - Times LIVE

Times LIVEKenyatta vows crackdown on corrupt officials, money laundering banksTimes LIVEPresident Uhuru Kenyatta said on Monday Kenya would introduce new anti-corruption legislation, blacklist officials accused of graft and strip licenses from banks violating money-laundering rules.and more »
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Gay Africans ask Pope to preach tolerance on his visit - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayGay Africans ask Pope to preach tolerance on his visitChristianTodayGay people in Africa who often face persecution in the streets and sometimes prosecution in courts have a simple plea for Pope Francis ahead of his first visit to the continent: bring a message of tolerance even if you will not bless our sexuality ...and more »
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Pope's Africa visit highlights huge growth in the Church across the continent - ChristianToday

ChristianTodayPope's Africa visit highlights huge growth in the Church across the continentChristianTodayFrom the dusty southern reaches of the Sahara to the lush uplands of central Angola, the Roman Catholic church is on the move in Africa, a continent that may be home to as many as half a billion Catholics by the middle of the century. Since 1980, the ...and more »
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Dr. Kent Brantly testifies before Senate panels - ReporterNews.com

ReporterNews.comDr. Kent Brantly testifies before Senate panelsReporterNews.comDr. Kent Brantly testified Tuesday before a joint Senate hearing on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and the potential risk to the United States. Brantly, former medical director of Samaritan's Purse Ebola Care Center in Monrovia, Liberia, told ...and more »
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Belgian regional assembly official killed in Mali hotel siege - no more hostages - Times LIVE

Times LIVEBelgian regional assembly official killed in Mali hotel siege - no more hostagesTimes LIVESecurity forces gather near the Radisson Hotel in Bamako, Mali, November 20, 2015 .Gunmen shouting Islamic slogans attacked a luxury hotel full of foreigners in Mali's capital Bamako. Image by: STRINGER / REUTERS ...At least 27 dead as gunmen seize more than 100 at Mali hotelThe Daily Starall 7,060 news articles »
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'Popemania' hits East Africa, with mouse pads, key rings and more - Times LIVE

Times LIVE'Popemania' hits East Africa, with mouse pads, key rings and moreTimes LIVE'Popemania' hits East Africa, with mouse pads, key rings and more. AFP | 2015-11-20 11:57:03.0 ... A week before Pope Francis lands in Uganda on the second leg of his Africa tour, the country's Catholics and souvenir-sellers alike are getting excited.and more »
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SA leads master plan to blot out TB worldwide - Times LIVE

Times LIVESA leads master plan to blot out TB worldwideTimes LIVEDitiu said South Africa was one of the few countries that funded its treatment with its own resources. "Your health minister is putting TB very high on the agenda." South Africa screens vulnerable people, such as prisoners, for TB. "He is putting ...and more »
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$725M man: Intensity, drive lead to business success for former Abilenian - ReporterNews.com

ReporterNews.com$725M man: Intensity, drive lead to business success for former AbilenianReporterNews.com... announced a $2.5 million commitment to the Pink Ribbon-Red Ribbon Partnership, an initiative led by the George W. Bush Institute to expand cervical and breast cancer screening and treatment for women in developing nations in Africa and Latin America.
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Tour of My Motherland a Dream Come True, Says Gospel Star - AllAfrica.com

Tour of My Motherland a Dream Come True, Says Gospel StarAllAfrica.comIt was wonderful to see the ever helpful Nkonsi Ka Ndlovu helping and promoting young local talent such as Pholani. Speaking to Onward Christian Radio Nkosi said: "I have decided to tour with Pholani Ngwenya as a way of introducing him to Zimbabwe.
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Nigerian troops didn't have guns to fight Boko Haram because of corruption: Buhari - Times LIVE

Times LIVENigerian troops didn't have guns to fight Boko Haram because of corruption: BuhariTimes LIVEThe report also claimed Dasuki asked Nigeria's central bank to transfer $132 million and almost 10 million euros to accounts in West Africa, Britain and the United States "for unascertained purposes, without documents to explain the transactions".and more »
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