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Good Friday service with 7 local pastors
The service will feature seven local pastors, and each will speak 15 minutes each on one of the last sayings of Jesus from the cross. In addition, each pastor will have a representative from their local church that will minister in song, or dance. The participating pastors are: Apostle Alger B.

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Ben H. Bagdikian, Reporter of Broad Range and Conscience, Dies at 96
Ben H. Bagdikian, a journalist and news media critic who became a celebrated voice of conscience for his profession, calling for tougher standards of integrity and public service in an era of changing tastes and technology, died on Friday at his home in Berkeley, Calif. He was 96. His wife, Marlene Griffith Bagdikian, confirmed his death.

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This Photo Of A Newborn In A Squalid Camp Shows The Human Cost Of Europe's Shut Borders
ATHENS, Greece -- A haunting image of a newborn baby taken on the Greek-Macedonian border last week has been slammed by social media users around the world as a tragic example of the consequences of Europe’s failure to adequately deal with the thousands of migrants and refugees arriving on its shores each day.

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Jubilation in Lagos church as oil vessel is released two years after seizure
By Evelyn Usman. The excitement on the faces of worshipers at Jesus Christ the Healer Church of All Nations, aka Ten Commandment Church, in Itedo crescent, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, knew no bounds , as the church went agog in celebration over the release a vessel belonging to one of its members by the Nigerian Navy.

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The roots of Tim Cook's activism lie in rural Alabama
Cook never sought out attention and many here are quietly proud of him, but Ousley suspects the lack of recognition is also tied to Cook's prominent positions on sensitive social issues. Cook, who is gay, has advocated for gay rights. He once criticized Alabama for its lack of progress in a speech at the state capitol in Montgomery.

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SouthBrook Church reaches out to Flint, Mich.
Ohio and Michigan may be at odds when it comes to college football, but when it comes to the basic human need for fresh water, many people in the Buckeye State have reached out to the people of Flint, Mich. The good Samaritans include members of SouthBrook Church in Miamisburg.

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Mistrial in discrimination claim against La-Lafayette
A Baton Rouge judge has declared a mistrial after a jury deliberated for more than seven hours but couldn't decide whether the first black head football coach at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette was fired because of the color of his skin. The jury of six women and six men — nine of whom are....

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Mistrial in discrimination claim against La-Lafayette
A Baton Rouge judge has declared a mistrial after a jury deliberated for more than seven hours but couldn't decide whether the first black head football coach at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette was fired because of the color of his skin. The jury of six women and six men — nine of whom are....

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Commentary: How climate change challenged, then strengthened my faith
Even though I lived in a city of concrete and steel, an intense love for nature permeated my heart and my imagination. I wrote poem after poem on the beauty of the stars and the snow; I can remember sitting in my school courtyard as a light, gray drizzle fell around me, finding a way to describe it in sublime terms.

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Joe's Crab Shack apologizes for photo of public hanging of a black man
Patrons Chauntyll Allen and Tyrone Williams, both of whom are black, noticed the image when they sat down to celebrate a friend's birthday at the restaurant at 2704 Snelling Av. N. The caption on the photo read, "Hanging in Groesbeck, Texas on April 12, 1895.

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Roseville Joe's Crab Shack apologizes for photo of public hanging of black man
Patrons Chauntyll Allen and Tyrone Williams, both of whom are black, noticed the image when they sat down to celebrate a friend’s birthday at the restaurant at 2704 Snelling Av. N. The caption on the photo read, “Hanging in Groesbeck, Texas on April 12, 1895.

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Nigeria versus South Africa: The battle for African supremacy
This week South Africa's President Jacob Zuma visited Nigeria and stressed that Africa's two economic giants could work together. Relations have been fraught, not helped by South African deaths in a Nigerian pastor's building and a $5bn Nigerian fine for South African phone company MTN.

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Nicollet Mall church plans to raze office building for expansion
The building project, contingent upon church board approval next week, is a part of a larger campaign focused on positioning the church for its next 100 years in downtown Minneapolis. It hopes to raise up to $7 million for community services, including over $4.2 million for new affordable housing in the city, said senior pastor Tim Hart-Andersen.

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Aborigines call for Arbor Day to be scrapped
National Arbor Day should be replaced with a holiday to commemorate ancestral spirits, Aboriginal activists yesterday said in Taipei, citing mismanagement of national forests as part of renewed calls for the return of ancestral lands. Activists from the Taiwan Indigenous Conserved Territories Union....

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Haiti: land of the free
We were pacing along a russet mud track when a Creole call went up: “ Gade! Blan yo se sou pye! ” (“Look! The whites are on foot!”) A gaggle of kids appeared from behind a fence of cacti, pointing at us in delight and slapping each other on the back as laughs erupted from between their bright-white teeth.

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Connect More Deeply
I recently gave a keynote speech entitled "Connect More Deeply" at the Hope Global Forum in Atlanta, Georgia hosted by a non-profit called Operation Hope. U.S Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew, Chelsea Clinton and Andrew Young, one of Dr. Martin Luther King's, Jr.'s lieutenants in the civil rights movement, were a few of the esteemed speakers.

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Connect More Deeply
I recently gave a keynote speech entitled "Connect More Deeply" at the Hope Global Forum in Atlanta, Georgia hosted by a non-profit called Operation Hope. U.S Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew, Chelsea Clinton and Andrew Young, one of Dr. Martin Luther King's, Jr.'s lieutenants in the civil rights movement, were a few of the esteemed speakers.

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Dzuka Malawi: Every Malawian has become a killer, hater…who are you
Forget the God fearing mantra, we are a devils workshop now where killing, porn making and self-destruction are part of our national identity and we proudly ignore albino tears of mercy everyday. If you are a Malawian consider yourself a murderer, killer, superstitious and simply satanic. That’s the image that is slowly being built out there.

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Exploratory mission to search for key sign of creatures – ...
Artikel von nypost.com: GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Fifteen tons of Snickers chocolate bars have met a sticky end in Gaza . Hamas burns 15 tons of Snickers bars. Islamic Hamas authorities hurled boxes of the peanut chocolate candy bar into a bomb crater Thursday, dousing them with diesel and lighting....

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Connect More Deeply
I recently gave a keynote speech entitled "Connect More Deeply" at the Hope Global Forum in Atlanta, Georgia hosted by a non-profit called Operation Hope. U.S Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew, Chelsea Clinton and Andrew Young, one of Dr. Martin Luther King's, Jr.'s lieutenants in the civil rights movement, were a few of the esteemed speakers.

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At least five big shows coming on Star World Premiere HD over next two months
MUMBAI: At least five big shows are slated to premiere on Star World Premiere HD over the next two months. These include Bosch Season 2 on 19 March, Colony on 18 April, Silicon Valley and Veep on 27 April, Game of Thrones Season 6 on 26 April. Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television....

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Uncommitted GOP strategists win Virgin Islands contest, denying delegates to Cruz and Trump
Six delegates were up for grabs in the U.S. Virgin Islands on Thursday. None of them went to one of the four Republican candidates still running for president. In a surprise that snuck up on every campaign, Republican strategists who were uncommitted to any candidate swept the contest, led by the....

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Child Transgender Treatment in UK Sees Huge Increase - CBN UK (press release) (blog)
CBN UK (press release) (blog)Child Transgender Treatment in UK Sees Huge IncreaseCBN UK (press release) (blog)Christian Concern told Premier Christian Radio that it is deeply concerned about more and more children as young as 10 being offered drugs that stop puberty so they can be transformed into a different gender. “Children aren't able to drive until they ...

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Family 'Massacred' in Backyard Shooting Near Pittsburgh
A grieving Pennsylvania mother is speaking out about the murders of her three children and two nieces who were killed this week. "I don't know why they were targeted because they were fun-loving and amongst each other," Jessica Shelton said today of the fatal shooting that happened Wednesday night in the Pittsburgh suburb of Wilkinsburg.

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10 tragic building collapses in Nigeria
2686. Simon Ejembi. There has been a spike in the number of building collapses in the country with over 20 cases recorded over the last 10 years. Despite repeated calls by victims, experts and many other Nigerians, there seem to be no end to the collapses.

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MEP Tokes accuses Romanian government of provoking ethnic Szeklers, Hungarians
Romanian-born Hungarian MEP Laszlo Tokes, chairman of the Hungarian National Council of Transylvania (CNMT), accuses the Romanian Government of provoking, by means of its decisions, Szeklers (Hungarian-speaking minority) and ethnic Hungarians living in Romania.

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