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Violence prompts churches to weigh security vs. welcoming
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Before he was accused of shooting and killing two black people in a Kentucky grocery store last week, Gregory Bush knocked on the door of a predominantly African-American church. It was 2:44 on a sunny Wednesday afternoon, a day when many churches have midweek services.

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Jeff Sessions Responds To Ministers Who Interrupt His Speech Quoting Scripture
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was giving a speech Monday when he was interrupted by religious leaders shouting passages of scripture at him. Sessions was speaking to the Boston Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society in Boston when a man wearing a ministers outfit began reciting a scripture from the Book of Matthew at Sessions.

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Violence prompts churches to weigh security vs. welcoming
Before he was accused of shooting and killing two black people in a Kentucky grocery store last week, Gregory Bush knocked on the door of a predominantly African-American church. It was 2:44 on a sunny Wednesday afternoon, a day when many churches have midweek services.

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Violence prompts churches to weigh security vs. welcoming Source: AP
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Before he was accused of shooting and killing two black people in a Kentucky grocery store last week, Gregory Bush knocked on the door of a predominantly African-American church. It was 2:44 on a sunny Wednesday afternoon, a day when many churches have midweek services.

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Violence prompts churches to weigh security vs. welcoming
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) � Before he was accused of shooting and killing two black people in a Kentucky grocery store last week, Gregory Bush knocked on the door of a predominantly African-American church. It was 2:44 on a sunny Wednesday afternoon, a day when many churches have midweek services.

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Violence prompts churches to weigh security vs. welcoming Source: AP
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Before he was accused of shooting and killing two black people in a Kentucky grocery store last week, Gregory Bush knocked on the door of a predominantly African-American church. It was 2:44 on a sunny Wednesday afternoon, a day when many churches have midweek services.

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Violence prompts churches to weigh security vs. welcoming
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Before he was accused of shooting and killing two black people in a Kentucky grocery store last week, Gregory Bush knocked on the door of a predominantly African-American church. It was 2:44 on a sunny Wednesday afternoon, a day when many churches have midweek services.

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Violence prompts churches to weigh security vs. welcoming
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Before he was accused of shooting and killing two black people in a Kentucky grocery store last week, Gregory Bush knocked on the door of a predominantly African-American church. It was 2:44 on a sunny Wednesday afternoon, a day when many churches have midweek services.

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro Has Supercharged Right-Wing Cultural Politics
The mega-dozers are revving their engines, and the earth will be pushed to the limits, as Bolsonaro peeled off some of the landless vote by promising he’d remove prohibitions on colonizing the vast Amazon, even as his soy, lumber, mining, and cattle backers will lay waste to far larger swaths than any peasant ax could.

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Sessions: Shooting 'an attack on all people of faith'
The Associated Press. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks at a luncheon event organized by the Boston Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society, Monday, Oct. 29, 2018, at a hotel in Boston. Sessions spoke about religious liberty during remarks. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) The Associated Press.

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Religious Leaders to Sessions: Care for Those in Need
Attorney General Jeff Sessions had just begun his speech at the Boston Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society on Monday when he was interrupted by two religious leaders in protest. Sessions was due to speak about "the future of religious liberty” when a man who identified himself as a “fellow....

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One killed, eight injured after device explodes at children's home
The incident took place on Monday at a home known as Victor's homestead. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary. The incident took place at about 3pm on Monday at a home known as Victor's homestead in Emegen. The grenade exploded near the boy’s dormitory, shortly after a party with representatives from a mobile company who had visited.

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Sekuru Banda Most Influential Zimbabwean Healer: Achievers Forum
“We acknowledge those who have made a name for themselves and we believe such acknowledgement is key for a prosperous nation as we must celebrate our own,” the organization said. Sekuru Banda is on record saying several prominent preachers and church leaders visit him at night.

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Religious leader interrupts Jeff Sessions during speech: 'I call on you to repent'
Attorney General Jeff Sessions pauses before speaking about the arrest of Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, Fla., in the package bomb case, during a news conference at the Department of Justice, Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Protesters interrupted Attorney General Jeff....

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Protesters head to Parliament over removal of Jesus from prayer 39 minutes ago "[This is] the start of a dismantling of prayer, God, religion from our nation."
Christian groups are headed back to Parliament over the removal of references to Jesus from the Parliamentary prayer. Hundreds of people gathered outside Parliament in January over speaker Trevor Mallard's decision to remove Jesus from the prayer. The Speaker reads the prayer aloud at the start of....

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Jeff Sessions heckled by religious leaders
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was heckled by two religious leaders while attempting to deliver a speech on the future of religious liberty Monday in Boston. As Sessions appeared before the Boston Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society, a man with a clerical collar stood up and began reciting lines from the book of Matthew.

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Indianapolis community to mourn Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims Monday night
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A public memorial service will give the central Indiana community the chance to mourn together for the 11 victims from Saturday’s Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. The Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis and the Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council are organizing the gathering.

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move of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
JERUSALEM— Robert Jeffress , pastor of the First Baptist Dallas megachurch, kept the faith and concluded his mega-controversial benediction over the spanking new United States Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel , with “in the spirit of Jesus Our Lord. Amen.” The Israelis in the crowd traded uncomfortable....

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YEARS AGO FOR OCT. 28
Today is Sunday, Oct. 28, the 301st day of 2018. There are 64 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED PRESS. On this date in: 1726: The original edition of “Gulliver’s Travels,” a satirical novel by Jonathan Swift, is first published in London. 1858: Rowland Hussey Macy opens his first New York store at Sixth Avenue and 14th Street in Manhattan.

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Pastor to Sessions: Repent, help those in need
Bloomington, IN (47402) Today. Sunny. High 62F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.. Tonight. A clear sky. Low 43F. Winds light and variable. Updated: October 29, 2018 @ 2:47 pm; Attorney General Jeff Sessions was heckled by religious leaders during a speech on religious liberty in Boston.

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Should guns be allowed in worship centers to protect its congregation?
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - Utahns are taking sides about bringing guns to places of worship following Saturday's deadly shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. We put the following question on our ABC4 Facebook page: Should there be armed security in places of worship to protect the....

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Ghanaian slay queen dies after a brief illness, report says she was cursed after snatching someone's husband (photos)
- Slay queen Charlotte Abena Woodey has died under mysterious circumstances. - Some social media users have claimed that she died as a result of being cursed by a woman for snatching her husband. It has just been reported that famous Ghanaian slay queen Charlotte Abena Woodey, is dead. The news of her death has taken over social media.

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Sailors’ Society says cheers to 200 years
Maritime welfare charity Sailors’ Society’s 200th anniversary events continued with the annual ING wine-tasting evening, which this year raised a glass to the charity’s 200th anniversary. This was the sixth annual wine-tasting hosted by ING at its London headquarters.

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Wait Times for U.S. Citizenship Stretch to Two Years
Waiting times for the U.S. citizenship application process have stretched from around six months to more than two years in some parts of the United States under the Trump administration, with more than 700,000 immigrants currently waiting for a verdict on their applications.

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WATCH LIVE: Synagogue shooting, pipe bombs expected to dominate White House press briefing
Trump tweeted: “There is great anger in our Country caused in part by inaccurate, and even fraudulent, reporting of the news.” He added that the media “must stop the open & obvious hostility & report the news accurately & fairly.” WATCH: Pittsburgh shooting suspect Robert Bowers talked of ‘desire to....

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McConnell terms 2 shootings as hate crimes
Authorities say the suspect in Wednesday's deadly shooting at a Kentucky grocery store was earlier seen trying to gain access to a church with an African-American pastor and congregation. The suspect, Gregory Alan Bush, made his first court appearance Thursday. (Oct.

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