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President Muhammadu Buhari, who had thought that he had seen the worst of how corrupt practices have in the last few years brought Nigeria... 56 years after independence, Nigerian leaders still can't deliver "ordinary" electricity, water, home-refined petroleum prod...

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Pastor who was yakuza member serves God by helping addicts
KAWAGUCHI, Saitama Prefecture--On a recent Sunday afternoon at a small church here along a street lined with bars, worshippers were awkwardly singing a hymn and proclaiming "hallelujah." When Tatsuya Shindo started his sermon, about 50 people, former gangsters and those with a history of arrests for....

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Bringing down houses of God
Harare City director of works Phillip Pfukwa announced the measure in reference to more than 100 churches in the capital that are occupying land without the blessing of the city fathers. A local daily reported that at least 68 churches in Dzivarasekwa, 27 in Kuwadzana and several more in Waterfalls....

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Judge Vacates Death Sentence for Man Convicted in '03 Slaying of Two NYPD - Global News Network
Global News NetworkJudge Vacates Death Sentence for Man Convicted in '03 Slaying of Two NYPDGlobal News Network20256721_d_3p_deanronnelwilson15102180jpg {NEW YORK 1} – A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that a man convicted in the 2003 shootings of two undercover NYPD detectives cannot be put to death because he is intellectually disabled. NY1's Lori ...
New faith-based films toning down the religious angle, amp up star power
The latest example is "Miracles From Heaven," starring Jennifer Garner and Queen Latifah, which tells the true story of a 9-year-old Texas girl who inexplicably recovers from an incurable condition after surviving a 30-foot fall. Among the film's producers are pastor T.D.

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On the campaign, I saw the sad sides of Georgetown
Dear Editor; These ten months have not been very kind to the Guyanese electorate. The young government is still sputtering trying to find their footing. The Opposition doesn’t know if they are going or coming and so have taken the position of opposing everything; even the beautification of Guyana.

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North Korea sentences US student to 15 years
North Korea’s supreme court sentenced American student Otto Warmbier, who was arrested while visiting the country, to 15 years of hard labor on Wednesday for crimes against the state, a punishment Washington condemned as politically motivated. The US State Department called the sentence “unduly....

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New St. Kilian Church expected to open in fall
Mild weather has put construction of the new St. Kilian Church in Cranberry ahead of schedule. “The warm December helped a lot,” said the Rev. Charles S. Bober, pastor. He said the congregation expects to dedicate the new $11 million church at Franklin Road and Route 228 by the end of September.

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Wisconsin volunteers to go overseas to help Syrian refugees
The journey, a medical mission from Milwaukee to Zaatari, weighs most on the man who organized it: Tarif Bakdash, a 51-year-old pediatric neurologist who grew up in Syria and took a job at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2014. He lives with his wife in an apartment in Brookfield.

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President Jacob Zuma’s visit
Last week’s state visit to Nigeria by South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma was a delicate mission to mend rifts between the African continent’s two leading countries. Ties between South Africa and Nigeria have been somewhat strained in recent times due to economic rivalry and political friction.

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Electrician jailed for attempting to defraud pastor
A 23-year-old electrician has been sentenced to six weeks’ imprisonment by an Abuja Grade 1 Area Court for attempting to defraud a pastor in Kubwa, Abuja. Gabriel Aboh of Kubwa was convicted under sections 348 and 114 of the Penal Code. The prosecutor, Babajide Olanipekun, told the court that the complainant, Rev.

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Watch: Heart-breaking moment US tourist breaks down in North Korean court, US imposes sanctions
North Korea's highest court sentenced an American tourist to 15 years in prison with hard labor for subversion on Wednesday, weeks after authorities presented him to media and he tearfully confessed that he had tried to steal a propaganda banner. Otto Warmbier, 21, a University of Virginia....

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Sale of New Kensington-Arnold building clears way for new Catholic school
Updated 2 minutes ago The former Greenwald Memorial School in New Kensington could reopen by fall — as Mary Queen of Apostles Catholic School. New Kensington-Arnold School Board on Thursday unanimously approved the sale of the school for $525,000 to the Catholic Diocese of Greensburg.

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Lawyer criticizes bishop for his silence about friar
A Pittsburgh lawyer is blasting the Altoona-Johnstown bishop, saying his public silence about a sexually abusive friar wrongly shifted blame to his client a high school principal and contributed to his leaving his job in 2013. The comments about Bishop Mark Bartchak by George Bills, attorney for....

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Police blocks FDC ‘Free My Vote’ prayers in Luweero
Anti-riot policemen today morning deployed at Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) offices in Luweero town council to disperse enthusiasts who were converging for the ‘Free my vote' campaign prayers. The prayers are part of the activities outlined by the FDC in protest of the outcome of the February 18....

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Callista Urges Malawi Women On Family Planning
Former First Lady, Madam Callista Mutharika who is also Special Advisor to President Peter Mutharika on Safe Motherhood and HIV and Aids, has appealed to the youthful women in the country to consider family planning to manage population growth in the country in order to contribute positively in the development of the country.

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Trial of pastor in the Magu family killings begins
The hearing of a case in which Pastor Ann Wanyoro, who was linked to the deaths of lawyer Paul Magu and his family last year, began yesterday. His father Samuel Muhiu was the first witness to testify. He said the day before Magu kiled himself he was acting strangely.

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You’re ‘cyberloafing’ right now. Here’s how your ...
buzzfeed.com schreibt weiter: Don’t read this if you’re hungry Yo You hungry? Televisa Well, how about some tacos de juicy, tender carne asada, sprinkled with chopped onions and cilantro, and drizzled with some bomb-ass salsa verde? chenoodlez / Via instagram com Or what about these tacos al pastor....

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Twin Cities priest reinstated to ministry after investigation
The allegations against the Rev. Robert J. Fitzpatrick were from the 1980s. Fitzpatrick was pastor of St. Rose of Lima and Corpus Christi parishes in Roseville when he took a volunteer leave of absence last August, pending an investigation. Archdiocese spokesman Tom Halden said St. Paul police investigated the allegations.

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Ex-Delta SSG, Macaulay visits Olu of Warri
…drums up support for Okowa. By Festus Ahon. ASABA—IMMEDIATE past Secretary to Delta State Government, SSG, Chief Ovuozourie Macaulay, has urged all ethnic groups in the state to remain united and steadfast in their support for Governor Ifeanyi Okowa in his determination to take the state to greater heights.

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AFM pastor, congregants clash
Post Reporter CONGREGANTS at Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe’s Nyazura Assembly are up in arms against Pastor Barnabas Rwodzi, whom they want immediately transferred citing irreconcilable differences. The relationship between Pastor Rwodzi and congregants soured to the extent that the provincial....

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Permalink to Que sera sera
Dear Editor MOST of you reading this letter who live in Guyana are probably still undecided as to who you should vote for in the Local Government Elections (LGEs). And if perchance you have made up your mind it is more so because you think it your civic responsibility to vote, rather than the fact that you are convinced of whom to vote for.

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Spending too long trawling through an ex-girlfriend’s ...
Dazu meldet newratings.com weiter: WASHINGTON - Chipotle Mexican Grill is planning to give away free burritos as the restaurant chain strives to boost its sales that has been sluggish after outbreaks of E coli, salmonella and norovirus at its restaurants Chipotle's reputation as well shares were hammered by an outbreak of E .

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Scientology Volunteer Ministers Helping Fiji Recover From Deadly Cyclone
NALALAWA, Fiji March 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Pastor Alfred (Alfy) Waqa and his team of 10 Volunteer Ministers are helping their village of Nalalawa, Fiji , recover from Cyclone Winston. Photo - The storm rampaged through the island on February 20 , killing 42.

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How Trump Beats Hillary
You also start from behind in terms of the 2012 electoral map. Assuming you don’t lose any of the Mitt Romney states, you need to pick up, at the absolute least, three additional states from Barack Obama’s column. You could go for a sweep of the “big three”: Florida (one of your “home” states), Ohio and Pennsylvania.

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Idaho mulls Shariah law bill 1 year after high-profile vote
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Amid growing concerns about Muslim immigration, state lawmakers Thursday advanced legislation prohibiting Shariah law or any other foreign statutes from influencing Idaho courts. But the bill’s future remains uncertain. Lawmakers are considering the measure despite drawing....

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Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven. Matthew, 18. 21


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