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St Peter’s Square fountains shut due to drought

Vatican City: The Vatican says it is shutting off all its fountains, including those in St Peter’s Square, because of Italy’s drought. Vatican Radio on Monday said the decision is linked with Pope Francis’ teachings on the environment. The pope has decried wasteful practices and praised clean....

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Drought in Italy prompts Vatican to shut off fountains

July 25 (UPI) -- The Vatican announced Tuesday that it will temporarily shut off its 100 water fountains, as Italy deals with extreme drought conditions. The move corresponds to a 2015 encyclical by Pope Francis , "Laudate Si," which was critical of global waste and noted the importance of clean drinking water to sustain life, said Tuesday.

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Uhuru targets 30 counties, 200 stops in final campaign blitz

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 25 – President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto have embarked on an intensive twelve-day campaign blitz that will see them traverse over 30 counties before holding a final rally in Nairobi on August 6. In day one of the countrywide visits on Tuesday, Kenyatta will make....

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Christian rocker Zach Williams shares his inspiring life story

It might be easy to look at his life in the last year and assume it’s been an easy road for Christian rocker Zach Williams . He released his debut single, “Chain Breaker” in the fall and the song went to No. 1 on the Christian charts and earned a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song.

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Rev. Robert J. McArtney, 83, chaplain at OLV and Mercy hospitals

Feb. 28, 1934 – July 23, 2017. Rev. Robert J. McArtney, the last Catholic chaplain to serve at Our Lady of Victory Hospital in Lackawanna before it closed in 1999, died Sunday in Mercy Hospital. He was 83. Father McArtney was assigned as chaplain at OLV in 1987 after serving for 11 years as pastor of St.

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African press review 25 July 2017

We begin in Nigeria where several papers lead with a gathering political storm over the so-called "hope-lifting" picture of ailing President Muhammadu Buhari dining with chieftains of the ruling All Progressives Congress, in London on Sunday. According to Vanguard , officials of the opposition....

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Vatican shuts down fountains amid Italy drought, in line with Pope Francis' environment teachings

Amid a prolonged drought across many parts of Italy, the Vatican is shutting off its famous fountains in a move described by officials as being in line with Pope Francis's teachings and emphasis on the environment. The Pope's spokesperson and Vatican Radio said the decision was consistent with....

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Christian rocker Zach Williams shares his inspiring life story with audiences

It might be easy to look at his life in the last year and assume it’s been an easy road for Christian rocker Zach Williams. He released his debut single, “Chain Breaker” in the fall and the song went to No. 1 on the Christian charts and earned a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song.

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Police have appealed for information about the blaze

A blaze that destroyed a thatched home and a car in Braunston-in-Rutland this morning is being treated as "suspicious". Read More Firefighters were called at 12.30am to a car fire in Church Street in the village, but they arrived to find both the car and a nearby thatched roof ablaze.

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Vatican turns off its fountains amid drought in Rome

Want create site? Find and plugins. Free WordPress Themes The Vatican has switched off its fountains amid a growing water shortage in Rome and surrounding areas of the capital, which had just 26 days of rain this year, Vatican Radio reported on Tuesday. All the fountains located in St.

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3 Years Administration Of The Road Safety Legend, Corps Marshal Boboye Oyeyemi

By Bisi Kazeem When in 1988, the Federal Government of Nigeria established the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) to curb the menace of road crashes in the country, with Professor Wole Soyinka as the first Chairman of the government established institution, the present day Corps Marshal, Dr.

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