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Showcasing civil rights leader Wyatt Tee Walker's collection
The keys to the City of Petersburg, City of Richmond, Virginia and his sailing suit are part of the display at The University of Richmond School of Arts & Sciences which hosted a Wyatt Tee Walker Symposium on Monday, Oct. ... By JUSTIN MATTINGLY - Associated Press - Saturday, October 27, 2018. RICHMOND, Va.

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Hate crime considered in Kentucky grocery shooting
JEFFERSONTOWN, Ky. (AP) — The fatal shooting death of two black grocery patrons by a white gunman is being investigated as a possible hate crime, a U.S. official said Friday. Federal investigators are examining if there were any violations of federal law, "which includes potential civil rights violations such as hate crimes," said U.

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Kumuyi, Sani-Bello preach peace at Deeper Life Crusade
The General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Christian Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi has called on Nigerians to make peace with God and themselves in order to experience supernatural connection with the God of wonders. The Niger state Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello has also stressed the....

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Massive Taiwan Gay Pride parade pushes key referendum vote
Participants take part in a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) pride parade to support same-sex marriage in Taipei, Taiwan, October 27, 2018. — Reuters pic. TAIPEI, Oct 27 — Flamboyant drag queens and horned devils rubbed shoulders with Christian pastors and supporters today as tens of....

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Massive Taiwan Gay Pride parade pushes key referendum vote
Flamboyant drag queens and horned devils rubbed shoulders with Christian pastors and supporters Saturday as tens of thousands of people took part in Taipei's Gay rights on the island. Taiwan's top court in May 2017 legalised gay marriage, the first place in Asia to do so, and ruled its decision must be implemented within two years.

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Suspected herdsmen attack hunter, farmers in Ondo
Gunmen suspected to be herdsmen have reportedly attacked a hunter at Nirowo Forest, along the Benin-Ore express way in Odigbo local government area of Ondo State. According to reports, some farmers were also shot during the attack and are currently receiving treatment at an undisclosed hospital.

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There's a murder scene depicted on one of N.J.'s county seals. Here's the backstory
A bald eagle. The scales of justice. A farmer and his plow. They’re the typical symbols found on governmental seals that hang in meeting chambers, can be found on letterhead, or are emblazoned on the back of business cards. But in Union County, they chose to go with something different a grisly....

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Latin American drivers facing long road to F1
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Sergio Perez will climb into his Force India car on Sunday at the Mexican Grand Prix and race in front of an adoring home crowd. For weeks, his face beamed on billboards across this teeming metropolis of 21 million as part of a campaign by local organizers to maximize Mexico's favorite son in a global racing series.

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Christian leaders attend gay pride parade in Taipe...
Taipei, Oct. 27 (CNA) Around three dozen gay clergymen and women from across Taiwan and abroad took to the streets of Taipei Saturday to call for an equal right to marriage for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people. Religious work should be about encouraging people to liberate, not suppress, said Bishop Yvette A.

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29 Filipino war veterans awarded US Congressional medal
GOLD MEDAL AWARDEE. World War II veteran Corporal Cato Pulac, who turned 100 years old in March 2018, is one of the recipients of the United States Congressional gold medal from Ambassador Sung Kim in a ceremony held at the Philippine Military Academy on Saturday (October 27, 2018).

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Massive Taiwan Gay Pride parade pushes key referendum vote
TAIPEI - Flamboyant drag queens and horned devils rubbed shoulders with Christian pastors and supporters Saturday as tens of thousands of people took part in Taipei's Gay Pride parade -- the biggest in Asia -- ahead of a landmark vote next month on LGBT rights on the island.

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Jesus Painting Is All That Survives Massive Fire at Massachusetts Church
A painting of Jesus Christ was all that survived a massive blaze at a church just outside of Boston in what's being hailed a miracle. Flames engulfed the 150-year-old First Baptist Church in Wakefield, Massachusetts, following an apparent lightning strike on Tuesday evening.

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Alcohol is not a solution
Alcohol removes inhibitions and makes one bold to pursue sexual urges and desires. PHOTO| FILE| NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary. Alcohol removes inhibitions and makes one bold to pursue sexual urges and desires. Reasoning capacity is lost and the animal in us is awakened.

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Massive Taiwan Gay Pride parade pushes key referendum vote
Flamboyant drag queens and horned devils rubbed shoulders with Christian pastors and supporters Saturday as tens of thousands of people took part in Taipei's Gay Pride parade -- the biggest in Asia -- ahead of a landmark vote next month on LGBT rights on the island.

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Massive Taiwan Gay Pride parade pushes key referendum vote
The theme of this year's march was to support the pro-gay rights referendums. Waving rainbow banners, placards and fans printed with slogans including "love is equal" and "vote for a happy future," participants gathered at the square outside the presidential office for the start of the parade.

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Obituaries for Oct. 27, 2018
She was born in Lawrence County on Aug. 12, 1922, to the Rev. Richard Kern and Ruby (Horan) Kern. Roberta married Henry Clyde Davis on Feb. 3, 1945, and he preceded her in death on Aug. 2, 1990. Roberta worked at Trav-Ler and Coretron both in Orleans, the Big Red Auction Barn and for 35 years at H & R Block.

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Religion News Oct. 27
Religion News. Services and studies. Bible Church of Columbus — Pastor Dave Marvin will conclude his series of messages, “Future Events: Picturesque or Puzzling?,” at the 10 a.m. Sunday service, when the church will be looking at the biblical description of the New Heaven and the New Earth. The church is at 3010 10th St.

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Next steps in journey: New Fairlawn Presbyterian pastor embracing Columbus community
So now she serves as pastor of Fairlawn Presbyterian Church in Columbus, which averages 50 weekly worshipers. “Each initial step I took on that (frozen) lake, I thought to myself, ‘This is crazy,’” Kirkpatrick said. She sat on a recent morning in her church office filled with decorative crosses, her....

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Massive Taiwan Gay Pride parade pushes key referendum vote
Taiwan's top court in May 2017 legalised gay marriage, the first place in Asia to do so, and ruled its decision must be implemented within two years. But there has been little progress towards bringing in the mandatory change since then, with President Tsai Ing-wen saying society is still divided.

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The 20 photographs of the week
A ballet dancer adjusts her shoe before performing at the Municipal theatre. The company has been hit hard by the country’s economic crisis, but this week, it held its first show in a year Situated on the border between Uganda and Kenya, Migingo island is populated by people who make a living....

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Zambia’s pastor Chisanga commits suicide after raping housemaid
A 30 year old Pastor of Valley of Hope Ministry in Lusaka’s Kabanana compound identified as Amos Chisanga has committed suicide after he was accused of raping his 22 year old housemaid. Pastor Chisanga committed suicide by hanging himself with a cross belts in his children’ bedroom yesterday at about 08:30 hours.

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Jesus painting survives fire as historic church burns down
A 150-year-old church in the US was engulfed in flames after being struck by lightning – but there was one remarkable survivor. The fire was first reported on Tuesday night at the First Baptist Church in Wakefield Massachusetts, when members of the church were meeting inside.

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Latin American drivers facing long road to F1
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Sergio Perez will climb into his Force India car on Sunday at the Mexican Grand Prix and race in front of an adoring home crowd. For weeks, his face beamed on billboards across this teeming metropolis of 21 million as part of a campaign by local organizers to maximize Mexico’s favorite son in a global racing series.

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Orchids and Onions: Nespresso does go big
One of the reasons that Nespresso has become the top dog in the capsule coffee market is that, when it comes to marketing, the brand follows the dictate “Go big, or go home”. And, as far as “brand ambassadors” or headliners for your commercials go, they don’t come any bigger than George Clooney.

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Pastoral care
The ministers -- some of whom attended with family members -- attested to the joys and described the challenges of their profession throughout the second day of gatherings at the convention. Greg Addison, the convention's associate executive director, said that while the convention typically....

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Hate crime considered in Kentucky grocery shooting
"The murders are not being taken lightly by the United States government," Coleman said in a prepared statement. Police said Bush attempted to enter a historically black church minutes before arriving at the grocery store. A surveillance video confirmed Bush's presence at the Jeffersontown First....

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