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Matabeleland needs to forgive 36 years after Gukurahundi
Zenzele Ndebele has produced a gripping and emotionally intense documentary about the perennial talking point in Matabeleland – Gukurahundi. Media reports suggested that the releasing of this film caused some concern with the police, who thought it not wise to release such sensitive talking points at this time in our country.

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Pastor who cut radio ad for state Issue 1 changes his mind
A Dayton-area pastor who had recorded radio ads in support of Issue 1 on Monday reversed course, saying he no longer backs the measure, which will appear on the Nov. 6 ballot. Greg Delaney had been Ohio justice director for the Christian Coalition of America.

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Pastor ‘absconds with N1.2m car’
A 46-year-old pastor, Joseph Lawson, yesterday appeared at an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court, Lagos charged with the theft of a car valued at N1.2 million. Prosecutor Clifford Ogu alleged that the accused committed the offence on October 1 at Oko-Oba, Lagos. He alleged that the accused ran away with a car belonging to Mr.

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Gbade Ogunwale and Tony Akowe
Two notable clerics, Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah and Bishop David Oyedepo, have been explaining their mission to the Hilltop mansion of former President Olusegun Obasanjo in Abeokuta, Ogun State, last Thursday. The visit, they say, should not be viewed as politically-inclined, but one made to broker....

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Kukah, Oyedepo explain mission to Obasanjo
Two notable clerics, Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah and Bishop David Oyedepo, have been explaining their mission to the Hilltop mansion of former President Olusegun Obasanjo in Abeokuta, Ogun State, last Thursday. The visit, they say, should not be viewed as politically-inclined, but one made to broker....

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UNILAG Diplomacy And Strategic Studies Think Tank Group Holds Maiden Symposium
Students of Master in Diplomacy and Strategic Studies Class of 2017/2018, under the Department of History and Strategic Studies, University of Lagos, have held the maiden edition of the 'Think Tank Symposium'. In his opening address at the event, which held on Saturday, Gerald Nwokocha, convener and....

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Preacher Taxed On Regular Gifts From Congregation Members
Background. Archbishop Felton started his career in ministry in an established denomination as a "national evangelist" setting up new churches.  He and Mrs. Felton then moved to Minnesota independent of the denomination and established Holy Christian Church in West St. Paul .

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White House, senators increase pressure over Saudi writer
The White House is brushing aside threats by Saudi Arabia that it may economically retaliate for any US punitive action imposed over the suspected murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, pledging a “swift, open, transparent investigation” into his disappearance.

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As refugee arrivals drop, some ask if Fort Worth still ‘welcomes the stranger’
For decades families uprooted from other countries by war, natural disaster and religious intolerance have started anew in this urban, conservative bastion, which has given its support to GOP presidential candidates in every election since 1964. Now President Donald Trump’s plans to drastically....

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Brunson was just a small thorn in Turkey-US relations
So a high criminal court in the Aegean coastal capital of İzmir sentenced pastor Andrew Craig Brunson; then released him and effectively sent him off to the United States. So justice was served, Brunson received a penalty for his links with a terrorist organization and as he had already served time....

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A good result out of a bad situation
The case of the now famous evangelical pastor Andrew Craig Brunson was not only a judicial matter. He was indicted not because he was an evangelical missionary, but because he was an American citizen believed to have engaged in illegal intelligence activity.

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Remaining obstacles for the betterment of Turkey-US ties
A Turkish court released pastor Andrew Brunson from house arrest last week. His trial had brought Turkey-U.S. relations to a historical low. Over the last two years, the issue dominated the agenda of every meeting between the high-level officials of both countries.

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Small Florida town reeling, rallying in wake of Hurricane Michael 40 Mins Blountstown, Florida, a small town 50 miles from the coast resembles a war zone in the wake of Hurricane Michael, and the residents are
BLOUNTSTOWN, Fla. - Blountstown, Florida, is 50 miles west of the state capital and 52 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. The small town now resembles a war zone in the wake of Hurricane Michael. The destruction was unusual because the town is so far inland. The prison outside Blountstown was so damaged that inmates had to be transferred.

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Harassment to conversion, judge’s PSO keeps police guessing with changing statements
GURUGRAM: Forty-eight hours on, the probe into the shooting of additional sessions judge Krishan Kant’s wife and son still has the police grappling with various theories as Mahipal , the only suspect, keeps changing his statements in custody. He has, on occasions, blamed the judge’s family for....

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new Fifth person charged with felony child neglect after boy found with severe injuries
WSBT 22 is following new details in a case of child abuse out of Nappanee. A fifth person has been charged with felony child neglect. Four others, including the child's mother, were arrested earlier this year. The young boy was found with severe injuries all over his body. According to court documents, his injuries were life-threatening.

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Nigeria needs more prayers- US-based Pastor
By Chika Otuchikere. Nigerian born United States-based Pastor Chuzzy Udenwa has said that in spite of the long list of ministers of the gospel and large population of Christians in the country, Nigeria still needs lots of prayers. Udenwa, the Lead Pastor of Glory House World Church, Atlanta USA made....

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American Pastor's Hometown Greets His Release From Turkish Prison
American pastor Andrew Brunson was freed last week by a Turkish court after spending two years in prison on terror charges. The evangelical missionary drew international headlines when his imprisonment became a flashpoint between the Trump administration and Turkey.

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Counting fetal kicks can help prevent stillbirths
Emily Eekhoff was in the 33rd week of her second pregnancy when she made an unsettling discovery. As she had with her first baby, Liam, Eekhoff had been religiously keeping track of the number of kicks her unborn baby delivered during the third trimester. This baby had been consistent, kicking about 10 times in a 10-minute period.

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Turkey renames street of new US Embassy to Malcolm X Avenue 57 Mins Turkey is renaming the street on which the new US Embassy will be built to Malcolm X Avenue
LONDON (CNN) - Turkey is renaming the street on which the new US Embassy will be built to Malcolm X Avenue after the American civil rights leader, state media reported this week. Authorities in Turkey's capital, Ankara, announced Saturday that the city assembly accepted the name change unanimously, according to state-run media agency Anadolu.

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Safe havens rise on West-Saudi tension; world stocks fall
October 15, 2018. By Rodrigo Campos. NEW YORK (Reuters) – Major stock markets slipped on Monday as rising tensions between Western powers and Saudi Arabia added to concerns over the pace of global economic growth, with investors flocking to traditional safe-havens like the Japanese and Swiss currencies, as well as gold.

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The close: TSX finishes flat despite jump in marijuana producers
Canadian business optimism remained at near-record levels in the third quarter as companies reported rising pressure on capacity, labor and prices amid signs of stronger sales, the Bank of Canada said. The central bank has hiked interest rates four times since July 2017 to leave its policy rate at 1.

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Among so many killings of journalists, why does the fate of Jamal Khashoggi stand out?
The real question here is why Khashoggi’s fate is attracting so much more attention than that of say, Ibrahim al-Munjar , a correspondent for the Syrian news website Sy24, who was shot and killed in the city of Saida on the morning of May 17. According to the Committee to Protect Journalists,....

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Turkish-Saudi team begins Khashoggi investigation
Turkish officials began a long heralded search of Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul today where dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly murdered, according to anonymous Turkish officials commenting on his Oct. 2 disappearance. Since last week, Turkish officials have been....

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70 make it to Art Rwanda-Ubuhanzi boot camp
A total of 70 hopefuls from different categories, in the recently concluded Art Rwanda-Ubuhanzi auditions, made it through to the next stage of the nationwide competition. The auditions took place last weekend in Kabuga, Kigali. Art Rwanda-Ubuhanzi is a talent search competition.

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Turkey renames street of new US Embassy to Malcolm X Avenue 18 Mins Turkey is renaming the street on which the new US Embassy will be built to Malcolm X Avenue after the American civil rights leader, state
LONDON (CNN) - Turkey is renaming the street on which the new US Embassy will be built to Malcolm X Avenue after the American civil rights leader, state media reported this week. Authorities in Turkey's capital, Ankara, announced Saturday that the city assembly accepted the name change unanimously, according to state-run media agency Anadolu.

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2 journalists face jail over criticism of US pastor’s trial
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Two Turkish journalists have been charged with insulting the Turkish nation and institutions for suggesting that a Turkish court may not have acted independently when ruling in the case against an American pastor. Duygu Guvenc and Alican Uludag, from the opposition Cumhuriyet....

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