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AsiaNews in support of young refugees from Mosul at World Youth Day in Poland (PHOTO GALLERY)
Erbil (AsiaNews) - A group of Iraqi Christian refugees who fled from Mosul and the Nineveh Plain in the summer of 2014 with the rise of the Islamic State (SI), are preparing with prayers and meetings for World Youth Day (WYD) scheduled to take place in Poland July 27 to 31.

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Ward 74 - Beautiful Valley With an Ugly Problem
A shortage of housing remains the hot-button issue in Hout Bay. The craggy mountains that form the flanks of Hout Bay create a majestic, ocean-facing amphitheatre that is Cape Town's Ward 74. But what looks at first like an idyllic, wooded valley is split residentially along stark racial lines.

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LISTEN: #ThisFlag Pastor appears on Talk 702
702/Cape Talk's Redi Tlhabi speaks to Pastor Evan Mawarire regarding #ThisFlag protests, which has galvinised Zimbabweans to speak out against the unpleasant conditions they have to endure under President Robert Mugabe's regime. A former Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Dr.

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Will social media activism make a difference in Zimbabwe?
Over the last few months a new type of politics has been brewing in Zimbabwe. Fed up with the mainstream parties, people have been taking to social media to express their demands. The most prominent has been the #ThisFlag movement, adopting the national flag as the symbol to rally around.

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Why predictions of Mugabe’s imminent downfall are wrong
Predictions of President Robert Mugabe’s imminent downfall, sparked by recent demonstrations and stay-aways, are wrong says Zimbabwean academic Blessing-Miles Tendi. “The reason is quite simple: the angry urban social media activists and pro-democracy pundits have failed to absorb two key lessons of the Arab Spring,” he argues.

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Tracking a ski pioneer
Joshua Simpson. Author Rob Cocuzzo. WESTFORD Once a week every winter while he was in middle school, Rob Cocuzzo climbed onto a bus at the ice rink in Arlington, his hometown, and headed with his classmates out to Nashoba Valley. Wearing his mother’s hand-me-down ski boots, which he’d covered in....

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Mugabe responsible for high corruption in Zimbabwe - Mawarire
The frontman of #ThisFlag Evan Mawarire has said President Robert Mugabe is directly responsible for rampant corruption in government. In an interview with a South African based media network CNBC Africa today, he said the #ThisFlag campaign is a legitimate one aimed at holding government which Mugabe leads to account.

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San Francisco pastor elected first openly lesbian bishop of United Methodist Church
SAN FRANCISCO - An openly lesbian senior pastor of San Francisco's Glide Memorial Church has been elected a bishop of the United Methodist Church, which raises concerns among the church's leadership, according to officials with Glide and the United Methodist Council of Bishops. Rev.

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Republican convention speakers: Ivanka Trump, Gingrich, Lt. Gen. Flynn
The roster of speakers at the convention to officially nominate Donald Trump is a colorful mix of political leaders, entertainers, personalities and the candidate’s family members — in keeping with his campaign’s unorthodox style. The presumptive GOP nominee’s wife, Melania Trump, will speak on Monday, the convention’s opening night.

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Zimbabweans Stage Thisflag Solidarity Rallies in Leeds, Perth, Washington
ZIMBABWEANS concerned about the worsening economic situation in the country staged protests around the world at the weekend in solidarity with the #ThisFlag campaign pro-democracy fronted by Harare-based cleric Pastor Evan Mawarire. Anger against President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF party spiked....

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Nigeria: 200 Muslims storm and destroy Catholic church
A group of several hundred Muslim youths have stormed and destroyed a Catholic church in Nigeria, days after a female pastor was hacked to death and a week after the similarly brutal killing of another, male evangelical pastor. The latest attack came on St Philip's Catholic Parish, Baki Iku, close....

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Northern Va. man to ride 2,500 miles to honor killed or disabled veterans
His wife just laughed. It was three years ago. Although Gary West had served 26 years in the Air Force, logging time as a fighter pilot, the retired colonel had become a “bit of a couch potato,” he recalled last week. So when West said that maybe he would bike across the country, his spouse, Colette, had a “very sincere belly laugh.

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#ThisFlag protests just 'a political fringe', claims Mzembi
Tourism minister Walter Mzembi has dismissed the popular #ThisFlag movement protests as "a political fringe" trying to take advantage of the worsening economy. Pastor Evan Mawarire is the face of #ThisFlag movement that has rattled government and gone global.

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'Mugabe must not be part of 2018'
Tajamuka/Sesjikile, a grouping of political parties and ordinary Zimbabweans, has vowed to ramp up pressure on President Robert Mugabe to quit office before the 2018 elections and in this instalment its spokesperson Promise Mkwananzi tells senior assistant editor Guthrie Munyuki that it has the....

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Fans react to Demba Ba’s horrible injury
Demba Ba suffered a horrific leg break while playing for Shanghai Shenua in China – and football fans have immediately taken to Twitter to wish him well. Ba was playing in his side’s Chinese Super League clash with Shanghai SIPG on Sunday afternoon, before being forced off through injury following a collision with Sun Xiang.

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6:38 PM Church mourns Gaston Co. lay minister killed by lightning strike
DALLAS, N.C. — A Dallas man was killed Saturday after he was struck by lightning on the Blue Ridge Parkway at the entrance of Mount Mitchell State Park. Scott Pasour, a lay minister at Venture Church and owner of Pasour Auto Repair, was riding down from the peak of Mount Mitchell around 1 p.m.

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Beneficiary offered house after year in van
Bruce Bray is no longer facing another cold, long winter of sleeping in a vehicle. After more than a year of homelessness and living in his van with his dog, Bud, he was offered a Housing New Zealand property in June. Bray is now settling into the two-bedroom house in Bayview on Auckland's North....

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Six police officers shot dead by lone gunman in Baton Rouge
A 41-year-old officer is in critical condition, while two sheriff's deputies, aged 41 and 51, were less seriously wounded. Baton Rouge Mayor Kip Holden said he had spoken to officials from the White House, who offered to assist in any way possible. "It's touched, basically, people all across the country," he told WAFB in a telephone interview.

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Sister of slain Baton Rouge officer: "It’s coming to the point where no lives matter"
Joycelyn Jackson was already sitting in church when she found herself needing God most. She hadn’t yet learned that her little brother Montrell Jackson was among the three officer killed in Baton Rouge when her pastor asked the congregation to send prayers to her family.

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Sister of slain Baton Rouge officer: 'It's coming to the point where no lives matter'
Jocelyn Jackson was already sitting in church when she found herself needing God most. She hadn’t yet learned that her younger brother Montrell Jackson was among the three officer killed in Baton Rouge when her pastor asked the congregation to send prayers to her family.

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'Sad exclusive' mother's club morns sons killed in shootings, police custody
— One by one, the women walked down the aisle to the front of the New Hope Baptist Church on Sunday, several clutching photographs, each them carrying the story of the loss of a son to a gun violence or while in police custody. "We have a mother's club. It's a sad club.

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Low Moor Days celebrates small town America
Low Moor Days ended Sunday afternoon, July 17, with a chicken dinner at the community center. The tiny town in Clinton County is home to less than 300 Iowans. The Low Moor Days Festival is held each year to promote community and shows surrounding areas a piece of small town America.

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Ames residents meet to gain perspective across racial lines
More than 100 people attended a multicultural meeting at a church in downtown Ames Thursday to have a conversation about race and ethnicity while sharing personal stories about how those issues have personally affected their lives. The meeting was organized by Body of Christ Church, the Ames Police Department and Ames Progressive Alliance.

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3 Baton Rouge police killed in shooting; 1 suspect dead
Police said the suspect was shot and killed at the scene. Authorities initially believed that two other assailants might be at large, but hours later said the dead gunman was the only person who fired at the officers. However, a state police spokesman said investigators were unsure whether he had some kind of help from others.

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Mauaji Mengine yametokea US
anasema US hakuna ubaguzi.. Habari kamili hii hapa: Nyani Ngabu BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Three Baton Rouge law enforcement officers were killed and three others wounded Sunday, less than two weeks after a black man was shot and killed by police here in a confrontation that sparked nightly protests across the city that reverberated nationwide.

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Police: 3 officers shot dead in Baton Rouge; suspect identified
4:22 p.m. UPDATE: A law enforcement official familiar with the investigation into the shooting deaths of three Baton Rouge police officers says the shooter has been identified as Gavin Long. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to discuss an ongoing investigation.

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