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Mokgware Calls for Behavioural Change
Gabane The Member of Parliament for Gabane-Mmankgodi, Major General Pius Mokgware says positive living is crucial in the fight against communicable diseases. Major Gen Mokgware said this on Friday April 14 when delivering a speech at the Gabane Tuberculosis (TB) awareness campaign.

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LMAO! Abeg What Is Going On Here
Because some politicians have started denying, President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered Nigerian Embassy in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)... The rate at which some young married ladies sleep around these days, one is forced to wonder if their own mother took time to tell them ...

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Fletcher: Armed With Bat And The Word
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (WICB) -- Besides his cricketing mandate, Andre Fletcher has another significant role he often carries out as a member of the West Indies team. In the West Indies captain Darren Sammy’s winning speech at the final of the ICC World Twenty20 he referred to Fletcher as the pastor on the team.

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Cleric urges women to remain steadfast in prayers
By Osby Isibor. Women all over the world have been described as the pillars of every home and must do everything possible within their powers to preserve their homes. Rev (Mrs.) Helen Titilayo Okoye, who is the wife of the General Overseer, All Christian Fellowship Mission (ACFM), Rev.

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Ted Cruz urges single moms to pack heat
Ted Cruz said Monday that single moms living in rough urban neighborhoods should pack guns so they can protect their kids. The Republican underdog and Democrats HIllary Clinton and Bernie Sanders took to morning airwaves to kick off their final full day of campaigning, ahead of Tuesday’s GOP and Democratic primaries in New York.

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Congo-Brazzaville: Air Strikes Hit Residential Areas Including Schools
Air strikes on residential areas in the south eastern Pool region of Congo that have reportedly resulted in deaths, casualties and the destruction of properties, including churches, schools and medical facilities represent an unlawful use of lethal force by the security forces, Amnesty International said today.

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Sympathy for the devil - Tuesday, 19 April 2016
“I f you meet me, have some courtesy, Have some sympathy and some taste, Use all your well-learned politesse, Or I’ll lay your soul to waste; Pleased to meet you, hope you guessed my name.” Thus go the lyrics of the Rolling Stone hit, Sympathy for the Devil, released in 1969.

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A Talk with Tom Steyer about "Spotlight California"
Comedian and actress Kiran Deol (who also happens to be a Harvard graduate) anchors the segments, delving into crucial topics in vignettes that would be at home on the Comedy Central station. Mixed with laughs are some very unfunny revelations about the disparity in living conditions between poor communities and their more affluent neighbors.

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Mayor Blames Defeat On Waragi
Mbale Jinja Mayor Hajj Muhammad Kezaala has blamed his defeat in the bid for a third term as mayor on his opponent's giving of waragi to the electorate. Mr Kezaala, who is also the national chairman of the Democratic Party, was defeated by the NRM's Majid Batambuze.

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South Korean child prisoners raped daily for years at the Brothers Home
Nearly 4,000 were at Brothers. But about 90 percent of them didn't even meet the government's definition of 'vagrant' and therefore shouldn't have been confined there, former prosecutor Kim Yong Won told the AP, based on Brothers' records and interviews compiled before government officials ended his investigation.

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Going silent once more on Ebertfest's final day
CHAMPAIGN — "Gee, it's a shame that attendance is down this year," film critic Leonard Maltin said Sunday before the last movie of the 18th annual Roger Ebert's Film Festival was shown at the Virginia Theatre. He quickly added from the podium: "Who started that rumor?" Maltin noted the 1,463-seat....

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For Toya Graham, so much happened -- and little has changed
Graham was labeled Baltimore's "hero mom" in one breath, and a "desperate, lonely and uneducated" woman in the next. Then unemployed, she received around $12,000 from a GoFundMe campaign started by an anonymous woman in North Carolina and a few months rent from a stranger.

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'Hell within Hell': Child prisoners raped daily for years after being tortured into confessing to petty crimes they did not commit at the South Korean prison
Lee said he was present when Kim, a short, stocky man with sunburned skin, led near-daily, often fatal beatings at the compound's 'corrections room.' Lee accompanied Kim as he compiled a twice-a-day tally of the sick and dead for the owner; four or five daily deaths were often on the list.

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News Congo 18 April 2016 Republic of Congo: Air strikes hit residential areas including schools
Air strikes on residential areas in the south eastern Pool region of Congo that have reportedly resulted in deaths, casualties and the destruction of properties, including churches, schools and medical facilities represent an unlawful use of lethal force by the security forces, Amnesty International said today.

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Makhabane to Headline AFM Conference Concert
SOUTH AFRICAN gospel singer Sipho Makhabane is expected to grace International Apostolic Faith Mission Greater Conference that begins today at Harare International Conference Centre. Makhabhane will share the stage with local musicians like Pastor Charles and Amai Charamba, Sebastian Magacha,....

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Iganga Police, FDC Supporters in Standoff
Iganga Police in Iganga were for more than two hours on Tuesday involved in a standoff with supporters of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC). They had gathered at the party's offices for the nationwide protest prayers. The FDC supporters led by the district elections supervisor, Mr....

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Hidden agenda?
Some of the people against question four on the ballot for the June 7 constitutional referendum are not genuinely concerned about the amendment possibly leading to same-sex marriage, but are in their hearts opposed for another reason, which they simply are too embarrassed to admit, according to....

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Pastors urge no vote
Several pastors who led the ‘Vote No’ campaign ahead of the 2013 gambling referendum have formed a similar group called “Save Our Bahamas” and are urging Bahamians to reject the fourth question on the June 7 referendum, which would provide for a constitutional amendment prohibiting discrimination based on sex — defined as “male or female”.

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Pope: follow Jesus on the path of life and do not trust fortune tellers and alleged visionaries
Vatican City (AsiaNews) - Following, the "road of life, the life of every day," Jesus is the door to eternal life and do not trust those who indicate another route, such as fortune tellers and the alleged visionaries warned Pope Francis at Mass this morning in Casa Santa Marta. Drawing especially on the Reading from the Gospel according to St.

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Mass abuse, torture and killing of children and ‘vagrants’ covered up by South Korean officials
The 14-year-old boy in the black school jacket stared at his sneakers, his heart pounding, as the policeman accused him of stealing a piece of bread. Even now, more than 30 years later, Choi Seung-woo weeps when he describes all that happened next. The policeman yanked down the boy’s pants and....

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A farewell to Hans-Dietrich Genscher Last respects paid to German statesman
The State ceremony was held in the former German parliament chambers at the current World Congress Center Bonn (WCCB) After the official ceremony, his remains were brought to the Gnadenkirche in Pech for a church service held by Pastor Kathrin Müller. 18.04.2016 Bonn.

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Methodists On Major Renovation in Ganta
MMUC Compound In Ganta and the Rev. Aaron Yankee The Miller McAlister United Methodist Church in Ganta, Nimba County, has embarked on the renovation of its edifice. According to our Nimba County Correspondent, since the construction of the church in 1958, the ongoing renovation by the church is the first.

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Bushiri responds to Mzuni students plea, pledges to pump K60mil for library
The students through a grouping dubbed ‘Friends of Bushiri’ organized a presser where they expressed dismay over what they termed ‘unjustifiable criticisms’ and malicious allegations against Prophet Bushiri by some ‘love – deficient’ Malawians. In their statement, they requested Prophet Bushiri to....

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US Supreme Court decision on immigration could resonate most in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES – There is no place in the country that will be more affected by the Supreme Court battle over President Barack Obama’s plan to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation than sprawling Los Angeles County. There are an estimated 1 million undocumented people here, about....

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She lost her fiance to painkillers and went on to fight for Narcan
They were both in their 40s when Lexi moved back home. Steve asked her out; Lexi accepted. "We just fell back in love, really pretty fast," Lexi said. "It felt really safe. It felt really comfortable, and I knew his family and he knew my family. It was kind of like a celebration." Within a year, the couple was engaged.

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EXCHANGE: Church transforming club for people on the street
When Charles Ahrens looks at the unfinished floors and walls of the third floor of a building that once hosted comedy shows, he sees a future home for people living on the streets, many of them mentally ill. Ahrens, who is pastor of the Abundant Life in Christ Church, and a group of sturdy....

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