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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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‘Israel was chosen for the glory of God’
X Dear Reader, As you can imagine, more people are reading The Jerusalem Post than ever before. Nevertheless, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high-quality publications, like ours, are being forced to look for new ways to keep going. Unlike many other news organizations, we have not put up a paywall.

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Boy Labeled A Wizard, Abandoned By Family, Rescued By Pastor In Delta (Photos) If it's clearly revealed that your mother, father or child has Witchcraft, abandoning them is not the right thing to do. Look for a Pastor with higher Anointing to take the person to for Deliverance, especially if it's a child.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned. The Thessaloniki police department said more than 4,000....

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News 20 MINS AGO Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) - Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) - Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned. The Thessaloniki police department said more than 4,000....

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) - Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece’s second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government’s austerity measures were planned.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) - Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) - Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned.

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Former Pittsburgh Bishop Bevilacqua, others accused of abuse in new lawsuits
Updated 2 minutes ago. One of three civil lawsuits filed Friday against the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh accuses former Bishop Anthony Bevilacqua of sexually assaulting a young girl more than three decades ago. That lawsuit, filed on behalf of a 45-year-old woman now living in San Diego, alleged that Bevilacqua and two other clergy, the Revs.

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned. The Thessaloniki police department said more than 4,000....

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned. The Thessaloniki police department said more than 4,000....

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned. The Thessaloniki police department said more than 4,000....

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Greece: 4,000 police on duty for anti-austerity protests
Thousands of police officers took up positions around Greece's second-largest city Friday as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met senior U.S. officials at a trade fair where protests of the Greek government's austerity measures were planned. The Thessaloniki police department said more than 4,000....

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In Ondo: NSCDC nab ‘prophet’ for allegedly issuing fake recruitment letters to job seekers
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), has arrested a 45-year-old ‘prophet’, name withheld, for allegedly issuing fake NSCDC appointment letters to job seekers in Ondo state. The commandant of NSCDC in the state, Mr Pedro Awili, disclosed this presenting the suspect along with others, arrested for various crimes on Friday in Akure.

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Idaho Falls church changes its name but keeps its message
IDAHO FALLS — It’s been a decision on the minds of church leaders for the last four years and now it’s official. The New Life Church is going by a new name — The Bridge Church. Pastor Jay Spangenberg, who’s been serving the congregation for over a decade, says the new name is representative of the....

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Indian rupee continues to fall against the dollar
MUMBAI (AFP) – India’s rupee hit a new record low of 72 to the dollar on Thursday as emerging market currencies suffered more losses. The under-pressure currency of Asia’s third-largest economy slid to 72.12 to the greenback in afternoon trade. The rupee has steadily fallen by about 10 percent throughout 2018, after starting the year at 63.

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Washington and Ankara quarrel over Russian S-400
Turkey is in the process of constructing a site for a Russian missile system despite warnings from the United States to not buy the platform, according to a source with firsthand knowledge of an intelligence report covering the subject. The assessment, published a month ago, included satellite....

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Police debunk gunmen attack on Anambra pastor
THE Anambra State Police Command on Friday debunked reported shooting incident of any kind in Anambra State targeted at a pastor or any church as reported in some national dailies. The Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of administration, Chris Owolabi, who briefed the press on behalf of the....

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12:51 PM Case dismissed: Safe Surrender offers non-violent offenders chance to avoid jail time
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - Non-violent offenders in Orange County could have their cases dismissed if they turn themselves in. The state attorney's office is holding one of two Safe Surrender days on Friday. Only non-violent misdemeanors and traffic offenses from Orange County will be considered.

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Prophet arrested for allegedly issuing fake recruitment letters to job seekers –NSCDC
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps , has arrested a 45-year-old ‘prophet’, name withheld, for allegedly issuing fake NSCDC appointment letters to job seekers in Ondo state. The commandant of NSCDC in the state, Mr Pedro Awili, disclosed this presenting the suspect along with others, arrested for various crimes on Friday in Akure.

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