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Alton Sterling's aunt visited a Dallas megachurch on Sunday: 'I just had to come'
The woman who raised Alton Sterling arrived in Dallas sleepless and in shock. It hadn't even been a week since her nephew was pinned to the ground and fatally shot by white police officers in Baton Rouge. She had not yet found time to grieve. First, she had to travel to the city that had risen up in....

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CMPD Chief Putney among those at funeral for fallen trainee
Friends, family and the 174th recruitment class for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department all attended Jeremy Moseley’s funeral today at 11 a.m. Moseley, 29, was a candidate for an officer position within the department. He died unexpectedly during fitness training last Tuesday.

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HURIWA blames increasing sectarian killings on lopsided security appointments
Addressing journalists in Abuja on the increasing spate of sectarian killings in the North-central Nigeria, the National Coordinator of the group, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko noted that there had been a lot of clamour that the President Muhammadu Buhari administration had always appointed people from....

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Race relations in Baton Rouge: New tensions revive an old issue
BATON ROUGE, La. — "Pink Lives Matter" and "I can't breathe," the Mardi Gras parade float proclaimed as it rolled through Louisiana's capital city, showing a flamingo being beaten with a police baton. The racial divide in Baton Rouge is as old as the city itself. And its annual parade in the Spanish Town neighborhood often features crude humor.

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Healing in shootings' wake: Civic leaders raise call for dialogue in police, gun violence
In the wake of three officer-involved shootings last week that garnered massive national media attention, local community organizers and law enforcement are asking for more public discourse beyond mourning and prayer. On Tuesday in Louisiana, Alton Sterling was shot by officers outside the....

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‘People won’t be fooled by politicking’
INDEPENDENT MEDIA Tshwane mayoral candidate Thoko Didiza during her door-to-door campaign at Ekangala township. Picture: Oupa Mokoena Pretoria - People on the ground will not be fooled by the political utterances of party leaders, who speak on television and in Parliament.

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Ize -Iyamu Faulted on Claim of Making Oshiomhole Governor
Adibe Emenyonu in Benin City. A member of the Edo State House of Assembly, Mr Crosby Eribo has described as untrue and laughable claims by the factional candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Edo state, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu that they made Adams Oshiomhole governor of the state.

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Some blacks and Latinos say conversation on race and policing is being forgotten
Across the Dallas-Fort Worth area Sunday, in church meetings and street protests, blacks and Latinos called for tough conversations on race and policing -- conversations many feared were being eclipsed by the outpouring of concern over an ambush on officers in downtown Dallas on Thursday.

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Beware Of Fake Men Of God – Pastor Anita Oyakhilome
When people talk about winning souls these days, I feel absolutely concerned for the so-called souls. It looks to me like a lion on a breakfast mission, in search for his hunt; he hides behind the grass for an unwise lamb that would wander away from the herd insearch of fresh grass. This will be an easy catch and good feast for the lion’s plate.

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S.C. megachurch fires founder over alcohol abuse
ANDERSON, S.C. --- NewSpring Church, one of the fastest growing churches in South Carolina and the nation, removed its senior pastor and founder over alcohol abuse and a series of "unfortunate choices and decisions" on Sunday. Perry Noble, who founded NewSpring Church, is "no longer qualified to....

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Trump as an 'apostle of affluence'
New York — Good health and billions in wealth may not necessarily be part of a gospel according to Donald Trump, but for many of the Evangelicals who support the presumptive Republican nominee, they could be seen as marks of divine favor. Mr. Trump, many have noted, is a somewhat clumsy fit within Evangelical circles.

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Texas’s broad open-carry laws make it difficult for police to distinguish between armed civilian and shooter
PARIS, Texas — Gun-rights activists, some of them wearing camouflage and military-style gear and openly toting rifles and handguns, marched alongside the hundreds of people who flocked to downtown Dallas last week to protest police shootings of blacks.

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Greg Paul on identity, justice and the possibility of hope
. Greg Paul and I talk about identity, justice and the possibility of hope, poverty, love and why we're short on happiness around here. Biography. Greg Paul is a pastor and member, as well as the founder, of the Sanctuary community in Toronto. Sanctuary, a community in which people who are wealthy....

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Zimbabwe doctors, teachers strike over unpaid wages as economy deteriorates
By MacDonald Dzirutwe. HARARE (Reuters) - Teachers, doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe began a strike over unpaid salaries on Tuesday, a day after police used force against protesting taxi drivers in the capital, Harare, as the country's economy deteriorates.

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Footage of police killings has enabled a sick sort of ...
washingtonpost.com berichtet dazu: Activist DeRay McKesson was among more than 120 arrested while demonstrating with Baton Rouge residents angered by the death of Alton Sterling . Black Lives Matter leader detained in Baton Rouge. In Minnesota, where Philando Castile was killed, officers broke up a highway sit-in and arrested about 100 people.

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Donald Trump: The Four-Legged Stool
While the media and political analysts are writing the obituary of the Republican Party and predicting Trump's inevitable loss in November, I'm keen on illuminating his rise and why he might be able to win. In fact, if the Green Party's and the Libertarian Party's candidates are included in national....

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News Minute: Here is the latest South Carolina news from The Associated Press at 3:40 p.m. EDT
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - The Confederate battle flag flew again outside the South Carolina Statehouse on Sunday _ temporarily _ during a rally that drew both supporters in Civil War garb and bullhorn-toting protesters. Groups for and against the flag were kept separate by metal barriers on the front....

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Charlotte pastors call for unity, justice in wake of killings
An emotional congregation gathered Sunday morning at Mount Carmel Baptist Church. Pastor Casey Kimbrough surveyed the gathering from the pulpit and took a couple of deep breaths. “I can feel the anxiety and uncertainty here,” he said. “As a community, we feel the impact of everything that happened last week very strongly.

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Pakistan miracles: U.S. church able to free 4,500 Christian slaves under Taliban's clutches as 2 Muslim clerics come to Christ
In an amazing story highlighting the awesome power of God, a church in South California with about 400 congregants undertook a huge evangelisation project in Pakistan that resulted in what could only be described as divine miracles. The undertaking led to the establishment of a Christian school and....

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Houston, Dallas churches swap members to ease racial tensions
SPRING, Texas Jake Reiner - In light of recent officer-involved shootings in Minnesota, Louisiana and Texas, a Dallas and a Houston church had an idea: swap members in an effort to bring people together. Sandra and Lamont Norris are members of the predominantly black Above & Beyond Fellowship in....

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CAN condemns Saudi Arabia, US attacks
The President-elect, Christian Association of Nigeria and President Nigerian Baptist Convention (NBC) Dr. Samson Ayokunle has condemned the recent suicide attacks in Saudi Arabia and the sniper attack in United States. In a statement on Sunday in Abuja, the CAN leader said that nobody should be....

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FCT police arrest six suspects over murder of female pastor
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command has arrested six suspects over the murder of female pastors, in Kubwa satellite area of the FCT, Abuja. Pastor Eunice Mojisola was reportedly killed in the early hours of Saturday morning, at the Bazango pipeline area of Kubwa where she was attacked....

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Dallas Sniper Victims Included Fathers, Volunteers, Veterans
They were spouses and parents. They volunteered in schools and at church. And they had sworn to serve and protect. The five officers killed in Thursday's sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others. The attack also injured seven officers and two civilians. Here's a closer look at the victims: A COPS' COP.

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Makandiwa Sunday sermon on Mugabe goes viral on social media
The leader of one of the biggest churches in Zimbabwe, prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa, has launched an astonishing attack on President Robert Mugabe’s government. By Brezhnev Malaba. Delivering a Sunday sermon at the United Family International Church in Harare, the charismatic preacher warned the....

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He saw the flames, he saw the danger and still, he rushed to help
On a morning like any other, Turner Lagpacan was driving to work when he passed a traffic accident that was about to change his life and earn him two prestigious awards. Lagpacan, a former Sedgwick County EMT, was one of 23 people nationwide who received a Carnegie Medal for heroism last week.

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S. Carolina megachurch ousts founder as senior pastor
The Independent Mail in Anderson reports ( https://goo.gl/1yPf95 ) that another church leader, executive pastor Shane Duffey, announced at a Sunday service that the Christian church had removed the Rev. Perry Noble on July 1. Duffey cited Noble's "unfortunate choices" and said the church's board had....

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