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Op-Ed Contributor: The Day Horror Invaded the Park
Credit Angie Wang. Lahore, Pakistan — A POLICE officer standing guard in front of Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park on Tuesday morning glared when I asked him to recount Sunday’s events. Ushering me into the park, he said to see for myself. On Sunday, hundreds of people — mostly families with children — had....

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KING URGES NATION NOT TO DOUBT GOD’S POWERS
NGABEZWENI His Majesty King Mswati III has urged the nation not to doubt God’s powers. The King said doubting God’s powers worsened any situation instead of making it better. This, the King said when addressing hundreds of pastors who came to bid him farewell at Ngabezweni Royal Residence.

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Armenia president visits Old North Church, Armenian Heritage Park in Massachusetts, speaks at MIT
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, who is on a working visit to the United States, on Tuesday, visited the Old North Church in Boston, where a Holy Liturgy was served by the church pastor Rev. Stephen T. Ayres and Armenian clergymen. Thereafter Sargsyan visited the Armenian Heritage Park, which was....

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Colombian government, rebels miss deadline to reach peace deal
Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) negotiators Pablo Catatumbo and Pastor Alape stand with FARC member Kamila Cienfuegos while attending an exhibition baseball game between the Cuban National team and the MLB Tampa Bay Rays at the Estadio Latinoamericano in Havana March 22, 2016. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa By Frank Jack Daniel.

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AP Explains: Violence against Christians in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (AP) — The suicide bombing in the city of Lahore on Easter underscores how Pakistan's Christian minority has become an easy target for the country's Islamic militants, although Muslims also were among the victims. There are barely 2.5 million Christians in the mostly Muslim country of 180....

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UK’s $3.2B Boeing Patrol Plane Deal Gets US Nod
The P-8A Poseidon planes are designed to serve on long-range submarine hunting missions as well as for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions. Photo: Boeing; Aviation Structural Mechanic 2nd Class Matthew Walton, assigned to Patrol Squadron 16, sprays down a P-8A Poseidon with fresh....

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Warning after children baptised in front of 10ft waves during Storm Katie
A YOUNG girl shudders in fear as the waves of Storm Katie crash around her knees. Stood perilously close to serious injury, she was being baptised on Brighton beach as 10ft high waves crashed around her. She huddled to a pastor as the giant waves loomed on the horizon and the unpredictable surf....

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Karen J. Knapp
Sioux City, IA (51101) Today. Variable clouds with scattered thunderstorms. High 67F. SSE winds shifting to N at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 60%.. Tonight. Scattered thunderstorms during the evening followed by occasional showers overnight. Low near 40F. Winds N at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%. Winds could occasionally gust over 40 mph.

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Court To Hear N800m Suit Against Pastor Adefarasin, Church April 7
Justice Adebisi Akinlade of the Lagos State High Court sitting in Igbosere will on April 7 hear an N800m suit slammed on Lagos pastor, Paul Adefarasin and his church, House on the Rock by a businessman, Gerald Chukwueke. Chukwueke and four others through their counsel, Moyo Onigbanjo (SAN) are....

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Bill Clinton’s Past Infidelity Has Already Haunted Hillary This Election
This wouldn’t be the last time Flowers name would come up on the campaign trail. On a March 5 visit to a Detroit church, Clinton asked Rev. Kenneth Flowers whether, “Flowers relatives back in Arkansas. There are a lot of Flowers.” The pastor replied laughing, ““Not related to those… Not related at all.

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Vicky Ingram
Published in the Faribault Daily News. Vicky Ingram 1949–2016 Faribault—Vicky Ingram, age 66 of Faribault, died on Sunday, March 27, 2016 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, following a sudden illness. Memorial services will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 2:30 p.

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Time capsule from St. Bernadette Church opened
VIENNA. Rumors of a time capsule at St. Bernadette Church proved to be true. Two crew workers of Vendrick Construction Inc. in Brookfield discovered the copper box about two weeks ago when they removed the cornerstone at the church, 7800 Locust St., Masury, where it was installed Oct. 27, 1940. The box was opened Tuesday morning at St.

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Capitol shooting suspect has troubled past: ‘My faith was tested’
WASHINGTON Nineteen months before he allegedly pulled out a gun at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Larry Dawson sat before a regulatory panel in a nondescript room in Nashville trying to explain why God had called him to send sexually suggestive letters to a 15-year-old girl.

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Scientists, religious leaders holding climate change talk
CONCORD, New Hampshire The League of Conservation Voters is hosting a discussion in New Hampshire on how faith and science can solve the challenge of global climate change together. Wednesday's gathering will feature scientists and representatives of the faith community.

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Religious leaders to discuss poverty, inequality at Monroeville library
Updated 4 hours ago Local religious leaders will take part in a panel discussion, “The Religions of Monroeville Present: What We Can Do About Poverty and Inequality,” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. April 6 at the Monroeville Public Library, 4000 Gateway Campus Blvd. Panelists will include the Rev. Joe Luisi, Dr.

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SNARED: Catholic priest jailed for three years after looking at child pornography
HANDOUT*GETTY Jake Burman Pohl was jailed for almost three years Stephen Pohl was caught after police seized his computer during an investigation that started after a 10-year-old student told his parents he felt "weird" about some photos that he had taken.

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Arrested Easter Development
Many stories are told of Ghanaians who come back home after a long sojourn in some foreign country only to get ill and die or have an accident or some other armed robbery or accidental event, which we never accept as accidental. My story is no different.

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How To Be A Rich And Successful Pastor In
The profligation of churches in Nigeria is getting to alarming stage where there would be more churches than members. New churches are springing up almost everyday; some in shops, kiosks, sitting rooms, etc until they eventually become big churches. God must have been having a hectic time "calling all these pastors to work in the vine yard".

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North Siders speak out ahead of Clark ruling
That announcement by Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman is expected on Wednesday morning, sources said. While the decision looms, Minneapolis is again confronting strained relations between the police and black residents. The stakes are highest on the North Side, where many residents fear a....

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The amazing thing that happened on Flight 4463
It seemed strange that he felt close to LouAnn sitting in an airport 2,300 miles from her home in Arizona. But it made sense, too. Airline terminals are like a second home for LouAnn. She spent the past 34 years working as a flight attendant for Southwest Airlines. Thirty-four years before she got sick.

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Chicago's alarming surge of violence rattles police
"Dre had just turned 16," the message to the Reverend Ira Acree's phone read. "I think that it's time to call for action and solicit help, have the National Guard to take over and patrol the Chicago streets." Four days earlier, he had received another text.

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Priest sentenced to 33 months in child porn case
A Louisville priest who pleaded guilty to viewing child pornography was sentenced Tuesday to 33 months in federal prison. U.S. District Court Judge David Hale accepted the terms of the plea agreement for Stephen Pohl, the former pastor of St. Margaret Mary Parish, at a hearing Tuesday afternoon in U.

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Chicago's alarming surge of violence rattles police
But City Hall, the police and community leaders are alarmed by the surge. As of Friday, 131 people had been killed here in the first months of 2016, an 84 per cent rise in homicides from the same period in 2015. There had been 605 shootings, nearly twice as many than at this point last year.

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Minneapolis North Siders await Wednesday's expected decision on charges in Clark shooting
That announcement by Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman is expected on Wednesday morning, sources said. While the decision looms, Minneapolis is again confronting strained relations between the police and black residents. The stakes are highest on the North Side, where many residents fear a....

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I’ve benefitted from making clothes for celebrities – Jimmy Taiwo
Jimmy Taiwo, the CEO of Jimbrooks Clothings, a fast growing clothing line in Lagos, needed not be told that he would go into fashion business fully, as he was all out for it after his university education. As a graduate of Economics, he felt being a dress consultant was more suitable for him; thus went for his passion.

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U.S. Capitol gun suspect has a troubled past
Nineteen months before he allegedly pulled out a gun at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Larry Dawson sat before a regulatory panel in a nondescript room in Nashville trying to explain why God had called him to send sexually suggestive letters to a 15-year-old girl.

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