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US offers rewards for info on PKK chiefs wanted by Turkey: official
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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Spanish Town Skills Training Centre Serving the Community for 20 Years | read more
For almost 20 years, the Spanish Town Skills Training Centre (STSTC) has been providing training for professionals, at-risk youth, non-certified and unskilled employees and employers, in partnership with the HEART Trust/NTA. Student at the institution, 19-year-old Alexis Dixon, has high praises for....

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How 2019 Might Be Free-for-all In Cross River State
Zoning and performance have once against taken the front burner in political discourse in Cross River State as the incumbent governor, Senator Ben Ayade, continues his search for a second term in office. Different interest groups are making frantic efforts to justify their positions regarding how....

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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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article U.S. offers reward for information on senior PKK figures
(Adds details and background) ISTANBUL, Nov 6 (Reuters) - 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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Priest arrested after 17-year-old altar girl he was in a relationship with gets pregnant
This undated photo provided by Southeast Ohio Regional Jail shows Rev. Henry Christopher Foxhoven. Authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding the Roman Catholic priest taking a now-pregnant altar girl to a wedding reception last year and whether the diocese responded appropriately when officials learned about the outing.

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Republican Candidate for Illinois: We Need Someone to Fight for Common Folk
Sputnik: You are a first-time candidate for elected office. Your opponent has held the seat since 1999. What are your advantages over your opponent? John Elleson : I really want to fight for the people. I really want to be a candidate that helps solve the problems of our district and to really be a person to unify the people.

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Voice of a nation: How Juba Arabic helps bridge a factious South Sudan
By the time he was a young man, Dedy Seyi’s head was crammed with languages. In the refugee camp where he lived in northwestern Kenya, he spoke at least four every day. There was Kakwa, his mother tongue, shouted across scratchy cellphone lines to South Sudanese family back home and scattered around the region.

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In Journalism About Race, A Tinge Of Denial
Last Friday’s print edition of The New York Times told us , “Trump Favorite Struggles to Rise in Florida After Racial Stumbles.” What a “racial stumble” might actually consist of is left to the reader to decode — I imagine the opening of “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” except Rob Petrie trips over a stack....

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Voice of a nation: How Juba Arabic helps bridge a factious South Sudan
They were born during the brutal era of slavery, conquest, and empire-building that radiated out from Europe and the Middle East from the 1600s to the 1900s. They formed when the languages of conquest collided with the people who were conquered: The colonial subjects bent and warped the dominant tongues into ways of speaking all their own.

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Diocese cites contradictory information in keeping accused priest in ministry
Buffalo Diocese Bishop Richard J. Malone said he did not know prior to this spring that the Rev. Fabian J. Maryanski had been accused of sexually abusing a teenage girl, and that’s why he allowed Maryanski to continue working in parishes for years. U.S.

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Human rights and social outreach at the centre of bishop’s assembly in Bandung
The prelates of the country’s 10 archdioceses and 27 dioceses are meeting in the West Java capital. For the archbishop of Jakarta, “The presence of the Catholic Church is sustained in spirit by the apostolic exhortation 'Gaudete et Exultate' of Pope Francis.

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‘Seadog’ to head Marina
MANILA, Philippines Philippine Navy Vice Admiral Narciso Vingson Jr. has been appointed officer-in-charge of the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina), replacing Rey Leonardo Guerrero who was named by President Duterte as the new Bureau of Customs (BOC) chief.

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Souvenirs for Nov. 6, 2018
I have honored those who served with Veterans Day columns every year since 2002, when I first wrote about my Civil War ancestors. In looking back to 2007, my book “Souvenirs II” records the memories of a World War II sailor, which are well worth retelling. Robert Kirkman, a Navy veteran, shared his memories in the last year or two of his life.

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Obituaries for Nov. 6, 2018
Jim was born April 6, 1934, in Oolitic to William and Delia (Silvers) Ryan. He married Ann Price on Feb. 26, 1955, in Bloomington, and she survives. Jim graduated from Oolitic High School and was a self-employed farmer, barber, construction worker, construction manager, agent and full-time husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.

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Christians praying as America votes in contentious midterm elections
(Photo: Reuters) U.S. President Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally at Huntington Tri-State Airport in Huntington, West Virginia, U.S., November 2, 2018. Christians were being urged to get out and vote in Tuesday's heated midterm elections. Pastor and evangelist Greg Laurie said that not....

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Five in court after attempt to defraud Redeemed church
. Tuesday November 6 2018. From right: Andrew Gitonga M’taramba, Mellon Ng’endo Maina, Bishop William Nyamu Joseph, Pastor John Njeru Ndungo and Florence Wanjiru Tiras in court on November 06, 2018. PHOTO | DENNIS ONSONGO | NATION MEDIA GROUP Advertisement.

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7th North East Choral Competition held in New Delhi
New Delhi [India], Nov 6 (ANI): Tangkhul Christian Charitable Trust (TCCT), a non-profit body for less-privileged masses, recently organised the 7th North East India Choral Competition under the theme 'Togetherness' at Thyagaraj Stadium in New Delhi. Minister of Agriculture, Veterinary and Animal....

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Don’t Forget Leah Sharibu!
On the 19 th of February this year more than a hundred girls were kidnapped from the Government Girls Science and Technology College, Dapchi in Yobe state by a faction of the dreaded Boko Haram. Five weeks later 105 girls were released, 5 had died in captivity and one girl was held back.

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Omotoso's congregants attempt to interdict political parties from 'violating rights to practice religion'
Omotoso's congregants attempt to interdict political parties from 'violating rights to practice religion' Raahil Sain PORT ELIZABETH, November 6 (ANA) - Three people who claim to belong to the controversial Jesus Dominion International Church (JDI) headed up by rape accused Pastor Timothy Omotoso....

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fearmongering about widespread voter fraud
LAST-DITCH EFFORT Trump Tries His Hand at Voter Suppression. Minutes after the DOJ announced it will work to protect voting rights on Tuesday, the president blasted out what can only be read as an attempt to scare potential voters. Photo Illustration by Kelly Caminero/The Daily Beast.

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Death Hits The Macebuh Family
By Ralph Egbu. I’am a minister in the temple of God and so I should know about courage, fate and faith. However, the truth is that no mortal is totally immune against the ravaging effects of bad times. Prophet Elijah was heavily anointed, he killed people by mere pronouncements! But it took a woman,....

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Drawings and notes mark Sutherland Springs memorial
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS Beneath a starry sky, families here stepped quietly into the unfinished building of the new First Baptist Church on Monday, filling its walls with notes of their love and loss. “I love and miss you Daddy and Sara. May your death bring life to the people of this church, for you....

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Northern Luzon Bible quiz set in Pangasinan
LINGAYEN, Pangasinan -- Some 40 elementary and high school students from different parts of Northern Luzon (NL) will participate in a bible quiz competition slated Nov. 10 at the Sison Auditorium here. Lady Pastor Myra Jalique, national bible quiz coordinator of the Philippine Bible Society (PBS),....

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How surviving an accident made me decide to write
Zelda Kweyamba is the author of a Swahili book “Niimbeje Wimbo wa Sifa katika Machozi?” She is a born-again Christian. She’s also currently a project director of FPCT Kihonda Student Center, a public speaker and a gospel preacher. When and why did you begin writing? I started to write this specific book in 2015.

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Muslim, Christian clerics visit Kaduna crisis areas, preach peace
From Femi Oyelola, kaduna. A team of Imams and pastors lead by popular Kaduna pastor Yohanna Buru yesterday visited Maraban kajuru community in southern part of Kaduna state ,with the aim of promoting peaceful coexistence, better understanding among different faith in the Area While speaking, Buru....

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