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Florida church pastor posts sign criticizing Democrats outside polling location
A Florida church that is hosting a polling place is being criticized by election officials after its pastor posted a sign reading “Don’t vote for Democrats on Tuesday and sing ‘Oh How I Love Jesus’ on Sunday.” Pasco County Elections Supervisor Brian Corley told the Tampa Bay Times on Tuesday that....

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In duel for Dallas DA, Democrat counts on high turnout, while Republican points to her record
The Democratic candidate for Dallas County district attorney believes that high voter turnout will help him oust the Republican incumbent in the biggest county-level race. John Creuzot said he’s confident in the hours before the polls close that voters will opt to put the reform-minded former judge....

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Kirk Franklin, Travis Greene, Tope Alabi to headline “The Experience” concert 35 mins ago Nigeria
House on the Rock has announced the 13th edition of its annual gospel concert “The Experience”. It is scheduled to hold on the 7th of December 2018 at the Tafawa Balewa Square Lagos, Nigeria from 7pm. The Experience started as a thought inspired by God in the mind of the Metropolitan Senior Pastor....

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Wichita Falls Church offers voters a ride to the polls
WICHITA FALLS, TX (RNN Texoma) - A Wichita Falls Church made sure everyone had a ride to the polls on Election Day. Metropolitan Community Church Pastor Mel Martinez got up and hit the rode just before the polls opened. She started giving rides to anyone that was registered and needed a ride.

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Akron police officer on paid leave while city investigates what he said on Facebook about Louis Farrakhan
A long-serving Akron police office is on paid leave while the city investigates something he said on Facebook about Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan Sr. The city has not publicly identified the officer, nor shared what he wrote. But WKYC has reported the officer wrote that he ȁ#x201c;wonders how it is that no has ‘offed’ Farrakhan.

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Arrested St. Rita P.E. teacher accused of molestation: Harahan police
police arrested a physical education teacher from St. Rita Catholic School in Harahan who is accused of inappropriate behavior with young female students. Kerner Schaubhut, who taught 5th, 6th and 7th graders in the upper school, was taken into custody Sunday (Nov.

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Intel: Why Washington is putting a bounty on Kurdish insurgents
The United States announced today that it is placing multimillion-dollar bounties on three leaders of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), a Kurdish insurgent group. During a visit to Turkey today, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Matthew Palmer announced that the State Department’s Rewards for....

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Pastor's sign outside polling place angers voters
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. (WFLA) - A sign placed outside a church that is serving as a polling place in Pasco County is ruffling a lot of feathers this Election Day. The Grace of God Church in New Port Richey serves as the polling place for Precinct 034 in Pasco County.

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Alaska governor's race open after incumbent bowed out
Alaska U.S. Rep. Don Young holds hands with his wife, Anne Garland Walton, during a GOP rally in Anchorage, Alaska, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. Young, they longest-serving current member of the U.S. House, faces a challenge from independent Alyse Galvin. (AP Photo/Becky Bohrer) Alaska Republican....

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Spotlight: Iran sanctions waiver for Turkey helps improve economy, U.S.-Turkish ties: experts
ANKARA, Nov. 6 (Xinhua) -- The rare waiver granted by the United States to Turkey regarding its sanctions on Iran is a shot in the arm for Ankara's slowing economy and gives a push for the improving Turkish-U.S. relations, said local experts. "We can consider this exemption as a success for Turkey....

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Erdogan says US sanctions on Iran are against international law
Ankara-Washington relations have been strained since a 2016 coup attempt in Turkey (AFP/File photo) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spoken out against US sanctions on Iran, saying the measures violate international law and Ankara will not abide by them.

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Pastor places sign outside of polling location
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. The Grace of God Church in New Port Richey will no longer be a polling location after the pastor put a sign in the yard that read, "DON'T VOTE FOR DEMOCRATS ON TUESDAY AND SING 'OH HOW I LOVE JESUS' ON SUNDAY!'" The Tampa Bay Times reported on Tuesday that there was nothing the....

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Turkey's waiver on Iranian sanctions hints at normalization with US, key hurdles remain unsolved
Battered bilateral relations between the U.S. and Turkey over multiple disagreements seem to be thawing off, as Washington recently granted Ankara a waiver from the Iranian oil sanctions and lifted its sanctions on two Turkish ministers. Experts say, however, major disagreements linger in ties. "The U.

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MHP leader: tensions don't benefit allies
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) Chairman Devlet Bahçeli said yesterday that Washington's support of the People's Protection Units (YPG), an affiliate of the PKK terrorist group, is an attempt to play both sides which "does not serve the interests of allies.

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Don Moen confirmed for MTN Kigali Praise Fest
It was long overdue, but its finally here. World famous praise and worship leader, singer and pastor Don Moen will perform in Kigali for the first time early next year. Moen will be the headline performer at the Kigali Praise Festival, slated for Sunday February 10th, at a yet-to-be-disclosed location in Kigali.

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Continue reading After weeks aboard barge, activist on Lake Ray Hubbard reaches his goal: $2.3 million
That moment — the total surprise of the huge donation, from someone he didn’t know — will be the memory that will stick with Phillips most from his time on the barge, he said. Earlier in the night, Hilliard had pledged a donation of 15 wells, $3,000 each. In total, his company, Hilliard Office Solutions, pledged $180,000 in donations.

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Attorney for Oklahoma priest says abuse claim not credible
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - An attorney for a Roman Catholic priest who was removed from his ministry pending an investigation of alleged sexual abuse of a minor says the allegation isn’t credible. Attorney Stephen Jones represents the Rev. James Mickus, who the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City has removed as....

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US offers up to $5 mln reward for information on PKK members
The United States on Tuesday offered rewards for information on three senior members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which has waged an armed insurgency against the Turkish state for decades. The move could help Washington repair strained ties with NATO ally Ankara.

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U.S. Offers Rewards for Info on PKK Chiefs Wanted by Turkey
The United States is offering millions of dollars in rewards for information over the whereabouts of three leaders of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), a top American official said after a visit to Ankara Tuesday. The rewards of up to $5 million (4.

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Why I killed my pastor friend – ‘Evangelist’
A self-acclaimed evangelist, Prosper Peter, on Tuesday said he plotted the killing of his friend, Kelechi Iwuanyanwu, a pastor in a new generation church in Umuahia, for many decades. Mr Peter, who was arrested by the Police in Abia State in conjunction with Zone 9 Command, told journalists at the....

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Stop Insulting, Inciting Rivers Traditional I...
The Tonye Cole Campaign Organisation, TCCO, said it received with shock the reported public reprimand of traditional rulers by the governor of Rivers State, Barr. Nyesom Wike at the 108 and 109 general session of Rivers State Council of Transitional Rulers in Port Harcourt Monday for what the....

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Cyprus PIO: Turkish Cypriot and Turkish Media Review, 18-11-06
Ataoglu in London for the WTM Turkish Cypriot daily Star Kibris newspaper (06.11.18) reports that the so-called ministry of tourism and environment is "representing" the occupation regime at the World Travel Market 2018, which has opened yesterday in London.

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US offers reward for information on senior PKK figures
The United States on Tuesday offered rewards for information on three senior members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which has waged an armed insurgency against the Turkish state for decades. The move could help Washington repair strained ties with NATO ally Ankara. Turkey has been infuriated by U.

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Leaked correspondence reveals Kenya medics are concerned with Marie Stopes pro abortion adverts
- The medics have raised concern over Marie Stopes campaigns supporting abortion. - The practitioners cited an online petition by CitizenGo which had noted Marie Stopes Kenya was doing pro abortion campaigns in local media. - Pro abortion advertisements are unconstitutional and were banned by Kenya Film Classification Board.

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Tanzania demands over KSh 1.5 million in exchange for detained Kenyan fishermen
- The fishermen are alleged to have trespassed into the Tanzanian waters. - Among those arrested are six children and bing held in Tanzania. - The neighbouring country demands Kenya pays KSh 1.3 million in exchange for the 36 fishermen. - They also demand KSh 200, 000 for each of the boats seized during the operation.

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All you need to know about high-stakes Madagascar poll
Four former presidents, three ex-prime ministers, a pastor and a popular rock singer; when it comes to picking their next head of state, voters in Madagascar are not short of options. Far from it. Overall, the names of 36 hopefuls will be on display in the A3-sized ballot papers on Wednesday, when....

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