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New Kuchigoro: An IDP’s camp of pain, sadness and
It is one of the four camps for the Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in Abuja. The inmates number about 2000, minus children. Just like others, life in New Kuchigoro camp, a poor suburb of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, is better imagined than experienced. When Vanguard Features visited last Easter and met Mrs.

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Should Pastor Scott Stirm Apologize Properly to the Garifuna Community?
Apr 5, 2016 Should Pastor Scott Stirm Apologize Properly to the Garifuna Community? And our question of tonight is: Do you believe Pastor Scott Stirm should apologize properly to the Garifuna community? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our e-poll at channel5belize.

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Floodwaters enter 10 houses in Semo village
Update: 1:31PM TEN houses in Semo Village in Nadroga is currently flooded and the water level is not expected to recede any time soon. This is according to Semo villager Sanaila Vitau who has been monitoring the rising Tuva River since morning. He said occupants of the 10 houses were sheltering at a....

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Popular Catholic Priest Supports Garifuna Spirituality
Appalling remarks made by Pastor Scott Stirm during his testimonial abroad continue to reverberate across the Garifuna community, in Belize and in the Diaspora. While he has been candid in his convictions, as well as his perspective on the Dugu ceremony, Stirm’s description of the sacred ritual as....

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eNCA | Clashes leave 17 dead in Congo
File: At least 17 people were killed in clashes in Congo's capital, including three members of the security forces, two civilians and 12 attackers. Photo: AFP CONGO, BRAZZAVILLE – At least seventeen people died on Monday fighting in Congo's capital Brazzaville , the government said, adding they had....

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Out with old, 'Inn' with the new in Decorah
“They’re doing a good job. It’s nice to work with local contractors and keep the dollars circulating in town,” said Rebound Chief Executive Officer and Managing Officer Brett Reese, a 1981 graduate of Luther College. The State Department of Inspections and Appeals suspended the Bluff’s Inn’s....

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Trump and the Dangerous Rise of American Authoritarianism: An Appeal to Religious Leaders
"That's why it's a benefit rather than a liability for Trump when he says Mexicans are rapists or speaks gleefully of massacring Muslims with pig-blood-tainted bullets: He is sending a signal to his authoritarian supporters that he won't let 'political correctness' hold him back from attacking the outgroups they fear.

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MBABANE Gospel music lovers will once again be blessed by the sounds of South African award winning gospel musician Pastor Benjamin Dube. Dube will be performing live at the Mavuso Trade and Exhibition Centre during a dinner hosted by the Fairview’s Free Evangelical Assemblies Church on June 3, 2016.

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At least 17 killed in Monday's clashes in Congo capital: govt
Security forces stand guard as residents of the southern districts of Brazzaville flee clashes between Congolese security forces and unknown assailants on April 4, 2016 (AFP Photo/STRINGER) Brazzaville (AFP) - At least seventeen people died Monday in fighting in Congo's capital Brazzaville, the....

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Former patient at a Minneapolis safety net clinic is back to treat the needy
Tran says her experience at the University of Minnesota's Community-University Health Care Center, or CUHCC, planted the idea of a career in health care. "What amazed me was that people stopped and listened and cared about my family's needs," she said. Tran returned as a resident in the U's pharmacy program in 2014.

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Video Flips The Script On The Ridiculous Reasons Women 'Should Not Be Pastors'
, a faith-based social justice organization, released a video on Tuesday that took a satirical look at this nearly 2,000-year-old trend. In "7 Reasons Men Should Not Be Pastors," women from the Sojourners staff listed out reasons why they thought men were unfit to serve as ministers, a parody of the....

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Megachurch Pastor Preaches About Christians Making the 'Dangerous Prayer'
Christians must push themselves to pray the "dangerous prayer" of availability, Pastor James Brown of Crossroads Church said in a recent sermon, telling his congregation that when "God calls you, he equips you." Brown, who serves as the executive pastor of discipleship at the Minnesota-based....

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Scranton diocese responds to priest abuse allegations
Updated 18 hours ago SCRANTON — The Diocese of Scranton issued a statement Sunday regarding an allegation of sexual misconduct that was made last week against a priest serving in the diocese. According to a prepared statement, Diocesan officials received an allegation of sexual misconduct Friday involving a minor against the Rev.

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Peace march among events to mark anniversary of Freddie Gray's death and unrest
The Rev. Jamal H. Bryant is calling for as many people as possible to descend on West Baltimore on April 24 for a peaceful march to mark the one-year anniversary of Freddie Gray 's death and the subsequent unrest. Bryant, pastor of the 12,000-member Empowerment Temple in Northwest Baltimore whose....

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For some, getting ahead financially simply means not falling behind
“Throughout my 18 years of marriage, I have told my husband he works too hard for us not to get ahead,” a reader wrote. “Recently, I was discussing this with a friend and she asked me ‘What is your definition of getting ahead? Is it a big house, luxury car and pricey vacations?’ I looked at her like she had two heads.

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‘Herod of Kaduna’ will die – Suleman hits El Rufai again
Fiery preacher and Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman has once again predicted disaster for Kaduna State governor, Nasir El Rufai should he failed to reverse his religious bill. Suleman had in a recent message warned the governor not to pass the ‘license for preaching in Kaduna State’ into law or he would die.

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Kenya: Woman in Njenga Karume's grandson murder case laid to rest
The family of a woman allegedly killed by her boyfriend, the grandson of former minister Njenga Karume, is crying for justice. Wairimu Kamanja, 38, who had a relationship with Kenneth Wathugi was buried yesterday at Nairobi's Lang'ata cemetery where speakers called on the Government to bring the culprits to book.

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North metro megachurch revived, just weeks after closing
New leadership at North Heights Lutheran Church in Arden Hills announced in an e-mail to hundreds of worshipers that services will resume this weekend, according to a John Tolo, a longtime member who received the news Sunday. The e-mail added that the church's Roseville location, which was closed last summer, also will reopen.

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Michigan school responds to backlash after student dresses as KKK for class project
. A Michigan high school is facing scrutiny after an image began to circulate of one of its students dressed as a KKK member. According to Niles High School administrators, the student was dressed up as part of a presentation on racism and its history. But community members are appalled that the costume was even allowed to be part of the skit.

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High school roundup: Swierczewski leads St. Joseph’s softball team to shutout win over Vincentian
Updated 16 hours ago Anna Swierczewski dominated on the mound and at the plate Monday. St. Joseph sophomore struck out a career-high 16 and allowed one hit as the Spartans blanked Vincentian, 2-0, in the teams' Section 3-A opener. Swierczewski also doubled and tripled and scored both runs for St. Joseph (1-2, 1-0).

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'Kickback' banned in Walter Reed corruption trial
Former St. Tammany Parish District Attorney Walter Reed, right, and his attorney Rick Simmons arrive at U.S. District Court in New Orleans in 2015. (Ted Jackson, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) Federal prosecutors won't be allowed to use the term "kickback" during testimony in the corruption trial....

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Written question - VP/HR - Human rights in Ethiopia - E-002398/2016
According to a Human Rights Watch dispatch, a year ago today, Ethiopian security forces arrested Pastor Omot Agwa and six colleagues, including Ashine Astin, at Addis Ababa’s Bole Airport and took them to the notorious Maekelawi police station, where torture is routine.

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Congo capital on alert day after gunbattles
Brazzaville (AFP) - Congolese troops deployed across parts of the capital Brazzaville on Tuesday as business slowed to a trickle a day after fighting in opposition bastions that sent thousands fleeing for safety. Following heavy gun battles that began before dawn on Monday and raged through the....

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Congo: Congo capital on alert day after gunbattles
Brazzaville, Congo | AFP | Monday 4/4/2016 - 17:07 GMT. Congolese troops deployed across parts of the capital Brazzaville on Tuesday as business slowed to a trickle a day after fighting in opposition bastions that sent thousands fleeing for safety. Following heavy gun battles that began before dawn....

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Neighbors in Religion: Children help their great-grandmother stay young
I am always amazed at how children think. Take for example my two great-grandsons, who don’t seem to see me as a old person. Let me tell you why: Earlier this year, the two of them — Jaylen, 9 and Tavaris, 8 — started drum and guitar lessons, respectively. The lessons are a gift from their Grandma Debra.

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Watch: Samantha Bee Takes Hilariously Cringing Look at Ted Cruz's Awful Supporters
Even when on vacation – as Samantha Bee currently is – the Full Frontal host still has some of the best material of the late night crowd. Monday evening, the show posted a new clip in which Bee takes a close look at some of the religious leaders supporting Ted Cruz, and finds that they are, in a word, awful.

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