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Walker seizes 2016 momentum, leads GOP pack in Iowa

More conservative Republicans would instead prefer a candidate more along the lines of Huckabee, Rick Santorum or Ted Cruz. But mainstream Republicans have doubts about their electability in a general election campaign. In the Register poll Huckabee and Santorum are seen as "too conservative" by 23....

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World Report 2015 - Kazakhstan

Events of 2014. Kazakhstan heavily restricts freedom of assembly, speech, and religion. In 2014, authorities closed newspapers, jailed or fined dozens of people after peaceful but unsanctioned protests, and fined or detained worshipers for practicing religion outside state controls.

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World Report 2015 - China

Events of 2014. China remains an authoritarian state, one that systematically curbs fundamental rights, including freedom of expression, association, assembly, and religion, when their exercise is perceived to threaten one-party rule. Since a new leadership assumed power in March 2013, authorities....

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Radio shows and racing cars - Anton Savage's life in the fast lane

His switch from a once-a-week broadcast to hosting a three-hour morning show five days a week appears to be working out very well. It's hardly surprising. Savage is not lacking in courage, as someone who also enjoys driving racing cars up to 150 miles an hour. If some people are born to broadcast, maybe this 37-year-old Dubliner is one of them.

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Australia welcomes journalist's release from Cairo jail

Australia on Monday welcomed what it said was the unconditional release of journalist Peter Greste from political detention in Egypt. Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he was delighted and the nation was relieved. He also thanked Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi, in a speech to the National Press Club.

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Maku urges students to shun violence during election

He blamed the spate of violence on bad influence and orientation the youths get from mass media, social media and internet, among others. He said in the last 150 years when there was no television, radio, newspapers, internet, satellite and other tolls of communication, even if there is violence in....

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Australian Leader Pledges to Abandon Unpopular Policies

SYDNEY, Australia — Less than two years into Australia ’s top job, Prime Minister Tony Abbott is struggling to hold on to his office amid growing speculation that his colleagues may topple him before the next election. In a speech on Monday, Mr. Abbott said that he would abandon policies seen as....

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Ted Robbins 'doing well' after stage collapse

Ted Robbins is “doing well” in hospital and will be “fit and healthy soon” following his collapse on stage during a live show, his wife said. Ted, 59, slumped during the opening night of a revival of Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights at the Manchester Arena on Saturday night (January 31).

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Cisa News Africa - Kenya

DRC: Diocese of Lolo gets new Bishop. KINSHASHA JANUARY 30, 2015(CISA) - Pope Francis has appointed Fr Jean-Bertin Nadonye Ndongo, O.F.M. Cap. the new bishop of the diocese of Lolo. According to Vatican Information Service(VIS), Pope Francis also accepted the resignation Mgr Ferdinand Maemba Liwoke....

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Maku urges students to shun violence during election

Mr Labaran Maku, Nasarawa state Gubernatorial Candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), has urged Nigerian students to shun violence before, during and after the February general elections. Maku made the appeal on Sunday while addressing students at St Michael the Arch-Angel’s Chaplaincy, Nasarawa State University, Keffi.

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Phoenix Nights' Robbins 'doing well'

Phoenix Nights comedian Ted Robbins is "doing well" in hospital after collapsing on stage during a show at Manchester Arena, his wife says. The opening night performance of Phoenix Nights Live was stopped after he fell to the floor but Sunday's show is expected to go ahead.

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For many are called, but few are chosen. Matthew, 22. 14


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