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Opinion: Germany now needs an immigration law 31.05.2016
Germany - finally - has an integration law. Germany is - finally - trying to regulate the rights and responsibilities of immigrants. Germany is - finally - recognizing that it has to do something to ensure that immigrants integrate. Seen this way, the newly agreed integration law is a historic milestone.

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Chipata court acquits 2 pastors of indecently assaulting siblings
DARLINGTON MWENDABAI Chipata THE Chipata magistrate’s court has reluctantly acquitted two pastors who had been accused of indecently assaulting two sisters after parading them naked in the hills during deliverance prayers. The court has blamed gross incompetence by the prosecution for the acquittal of the two lucky ‘men of God’.

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Service Remembers Former City Council Member 7 mins ago
Copyright 2016 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Members of the Murfreesboro community came together to show their support for a former city council member who was stabbed to death last week. Mary Huhta was killed Friday in Florida.

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Clementa Pinckney’s legacy: How to be both pastor, public servant
To honor the memory of South Carolina state Sen. Clementa Pinckney, his alma mater is going beyond just establishing a scholarship. Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington is establishing a whole new track of study for students to follow in the footsteps of the pastor, slain along with eight....

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Pastors must become good example to society
Religion of Tuesday, 31 May 2016. Source: GNA Pastors must become good example to society. The Solid Rock Mission, Ghana, has held a special service to install a Head Pastor for the Dromankese branch of the church in the Nkoranza North District, with a call to the clergy to lead from the front the fight against growing indiscipline and immorality.

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Winafrica inspires newly graduates to action.
Life today, is at war with life yesterday, in that what works for graduates in the 20th century is failing graduates in the 21st century. What brought success in one economic age cannot be depended upon in the next economic age. It is thus clear to see that while some traditional industries such as....

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Second Lady advises Pastors to seek God
The Second Lady, Mrs Matilda Amissah-Arthur has advised pastors to seek the face of God in everything they do to be able to succeed in their ministry. She also encouraged the pastors to preach peace as the nation goes to the polls in November. Mrs Amissah-Arthur gave the advice at the inauguration....

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Fountain Gate Chapel Glory Pastures supports Akuse Prisons
The leaders and members of Fountain Gate Chapel, Glory Pastures Sakumono over the weekend put smiles on the faces of inmates at the Akuse Prisons when they donated food items, toiletries, and others to help cater for the day-to-day needs of the prisoners.

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Police arrest 41-year-old driver for murdering mother
A 41-year-old driver has butchered his 77-year-old mother after accusing her of being responsible for his woes. In the process, Isaac Adu Gyamfi also inflicted knife wounds on his junior brother, Charles Adu Gyamfi. The incident happened at Chirapatre Estate, a suburb of Kumasi, at about 4p.m. on Saturday, May 28, 2016.

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Letters to the Editor
I am writing in response to the tentative labor agreement between Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the United Teachers of Dade. Shame on the UTD and MDCPS for even considering such an agreement that would give a few paltry extra dollars to already inadequate teacher salaries.

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All Opinion
The handwriting was on the wall even before Haiti’s Independent Commission of Evaluation and Verification formalized its finding on Monday: The round of elections for president in October was so rife with fraud that a new vote is required. I commend the excellent opinion article by Adeyela Bennett....

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Family: 14-year-old shot to death 'had a big heart'
Ladarrius Gentry’s family described him Tuesday as a joyous boy who loved to make other people laugh and who, despite his short stature, had dreams of basketball stardom. But four days after the 14-year-old’s fatal shooting in what police have called a drug deal gone bad, the boy's family struggles....

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Pedestrian hit by alleged drunk driver overwhelmed by support
PARADISE, Calif. - A pedestrian is home after being hit and almost killed by an alleged DUI driver in Paradise. The driver was arrested for DUI after Paradise police said he struck a pedestrian on the 5600 block of Sawmill Road on Sunday, May 22. Matthew Diven, 25, was arrested for driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license.

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Owner of stolen $5M solid gold, diamond-encrusted eagle statue fears it will be melted down
The eagle’s head is covered with diamonds weighing over 53 carats, and sitting at its feet is an emerald called the Atocha Star, weighing 12.72 carats. B.C. sculptor Kevin Peters turned on the TV news Monday at noon and was startled to see an image of a one-of-a-kind eagle statue he had crafted several years ago.

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Spense Havlick: Forty candles of success
The time has come to celebrate an idea that began as a simple challenge to Boulder citizens. Forty years ago this month, a crazy challenge of a "Bike to Work" day was put out to the community hoping to encourage folks of all ages to dust off the old bicycle, fix the flat bike tire, and try biking to work or school.

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Preacher donning a Zimbabwean flag on YouTube takes on Mugabe
Baptist pastor Evan Mawarire says he was in his office worrying about how to pay his children’s school tuition one day last month when he decided to drape a Zimbabwean flag over his shoulders and record a video lament on the state of his nation. The video posted on YouTube touched a nerve among....

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Zimbabwe axes coach, captain before India games 01-Jun-16 25
HARARE: Zimbabwe Cricket has sacked captain Hamilton Masakadza and head coach Dav Whatmore, following the board’s review of the team’s performance at the World T20 in March. ZC has given Graeme Cremer and Makhaya Ntini the interim roles of captain and head coach, respectively, while appointing Lance Klusener as batting coach on a two-year contract.

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Zimbabwe's flag fury
Image copyright AFP Image caption Pastor Evan Mawarire has been posting videos asking people "to be bold" In our series of letters from African journalists, the film-maker and columnist Farai Sevenzo looks at why Zimbabweans are turning to their flag to demand accountability from politicians.

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Pastor Saeed Abedini says if Christians don't reach out to Muslims with the love of Christ, Muslims will reach them with jihad
Recently freed from Iranian prison, Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini has warned Christians that if they don't reach out to Muslims with the "love of Jesus Christ," then Muslims will reach them with jihad, The Christian Post reports. "If we don't reach [out to] Muslims with the love of Jesus....

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At Harvey double shooting: 'They just killed my only son'
The fatal victim in a Harvey double shooting Tuesday (May 31) was a man in his late teens who ran outside an Esther Street home after he was shot multiple times and collapsed in the grass along a nearby canal, authorities said. Another man, in his late 20s, was also shot inside the home in the 1600....

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This Radio Station Is Trying To Heal One Of The Most War-Torn Parts Of Africa - Huffington Post
Huffington PostThis Radio Station Is Trying To Heal One Of The Most War-Torn Parts Of AfricaHuffington PostThey live with enormous uncertainty and, in the midst of it, they maintain a radio station that communicates messages of peace,” Mat Jacob, the operations manager of Internews' Africa Program, wrote about the experience of being in Bambari at the time.
As Olympics Near, Violence Grips Rio's 'Pacified' Favelas
In the misty rain, surrounded by Rio de Janeiro's green hills, police officer Eduardo Dias was buried last week. He was shot, purportedly by gang members, as he was leaving his post inside the favela, or shantytown, where he worked as a community cop. The killing took place a few hundred feet from....

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Suspects leaving disturbing graffiti inside church released by police
The Eastern Star Missionary Baptist Church in the 3100 block of St. Louis Avenue is a congregation struggling with a lot of problems. Last year they were forced to move to another location after part of the roof of this 104 year old building fell in. What really hurts their hearts is graffiti done by vandals who have been breaking in recently.

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Kenyan pastor beats, injures son over missing Sh10 offering
. News24 Wednesday 1st June, 2016 Nairobi -A Kenyan pastor has been arrested after beating and seriously injuring his 11-year-old son over the alleged disappearance of KES 10 from the offering basket. According to The Standard, the cleric from Homa Bay County in western Kenya accused his son of stealing the KES 10.

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Hempfield, Baldwin to clash for WPIAL Class AAAA softball championship
Updated 24 minutes ago Both teams are riding impressive winning streaks into the WPIAL finals. No. 1-seed and defending WPIAL champion Hempfield has won nine consecutive games en route to a 20-2 overall record. No. 3-seed Baldwin has won seven in a row and has compiled a 13-3 overall mark. Baldwin and Hempfield are slated to clash at 1:30 p.

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Warrant considered for ministers accused of getting child drunk in mix-up over court date
By LAMECH JOHNSON. Tribune Staff Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . A WARRANT of arrest was almost issued yesterday for two ministers due to give a defence concerning allegations that they gave a 15-year-old boy liquor to get him drunk. Arsenio Butler, 29, and Devin Sears, 27, appeared before....

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