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INTERVIEW: What I saw of Sambo Dasuki in SSS detention — Jones Abiri
Excerpts: PREMIUM TIMES: You were arrested and detained for two years. Can you narrate how your arrest took place? Mr Abiri : I was arrested in my office in Yenagoa. That was on July 21, 2016, 23 minutes after three o clock. Twelve men came into my office and showed me a warrant for searching my office, duly signed by a magistrate, Lucky.

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Fledgling comedian just wants to make people laugh
"[There is] so much sadness in this world and so much violence going on in this world, so it makes me happy to see someone smile, or it makes me happy to make someone laugh. Laughter is cheap entertainment, and it's good for you," said Johnson, a Faribault resident.

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9 year old dies after being hit by a maxi taxi
He had been on life support at the Intensive Care Unit of the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex since then. Around 11am today, Thursday, over a dozen relatives gathered at the hospital where a paediatric consultant gave them the dreadful news: Emmanuel was brain dead and had to be taken off of life support.

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Housekeeper files lawsuit claiming Winans family forced her to donate to Detroit church 27 Mins A housekeeper for the Winans is taking the family to federal court on accusations that she was forced to donate 10 percent of her salary to
DETROIT - A housekeeper for the Winans is taking the family to federal court on accusations that she was forced to donate 10 percent of her salary to the family's Perfecting Church in Detroit. The lawsuit against Perfecting Church was filed by LaKaiya Harris, whose entire life was intertwined with the church.

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Dallas Fair Park Management Plan Advances
“Our focus is going to be driving more and more events, a diverse mix of events that kind of appeal to everyone,” said Spectra Vice President Peter Zingoni. “The Park Board will be holding us accountable as well as the City Council. So we’re up for the challenge.

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Kirby High School closed: What's next for students, teachers? Source: WHBQ
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - After two days open, Kirby High School will remain closed until the pest problem is under control. The Shelby County School district told FOX13 someone discovered signs of pest issues in one area of the building yesterday. We will be updating this story live as the press conference....

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Obituary: Harry Thomas Amyotte, 55, longtime Darien resident
Harry Thomas Amyotte. Darien Times Harry Thomas Amyotte, a longtime resident of Darien, CT, died on August 25, 2018 while hiking in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado with his family. He had a heart attack caused by an undiagnosed genetic heart condition. Harry was 55.

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Plea is fair, saves victims from reliving abuse
SAGINAW (WJRT) - (09/05/2018) - Saginaw County Assistant Prosecutor Mark Gaertner understands many people are upset that Father Robert DeLand likely won't be headed to prison. But he says there are a number of factors that go into deciding a person's possible sentence.

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Jacksonville pastor encourages church members to wear Nike 14 Mins A Jacksonville pastor is encouraging his congregation to wear Nike to church in support of
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A Jacksonville pastor is encouraging his congregation to wear Nike to church in support of the company’s new "Just Do It" ad, narrated by Colin Kaepernick, which is scheduled to air during the NFL season opener Thursday night. The endorsement deal between Nike and Kaepernick....

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Pastor killed as anti-government protests in Nicaragua continue
Reuters Anti-government protesters take part in a rally against Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega. A pastor is among the fatalities as violent anti-government protests continue across Nicaragua. According to World Watch Monitor , the pastor of the evangelical Camino de Santidad church in Managua....

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Imported goods recalled over 'unfair competition'
Turkey will withdraw 29 products, most of them imported electronic goods, from its market citing "unfair competition" and safety concerns, Anadolu Agency (AA) said yesterday. The items recalled include electric engines, hairdryers, kettles and seat belts, the report said, sharing a list from the ministry of industry and technology.

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State police search home of Kalamazoo NAACP president, pastor
KALAMAZOO, MI -- Michigan State Police are investigating allegations of criminal sexual conduct and pandering, searching a house in Kalamazoo. On Sept. 6, members of the Michigan State Police Paw Paw Post served a search warrant at a residence located on Prairie Road in Kalamazoo, the state police said in a news release.

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Hope Over Heroin rally this Friday and Saturday in Kannapolis
Kannapolis, NC (WBTV) - An effort is underway this weekend to break the trend of heroin and opioid addiction in Cabarrus and Rowan counties. That area has seen some of the highest overdose numbers in the state in recent years. Last fall, Cabarrus was ranked first among the state’s 100 counties in....

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India's rupee hits record low against dollar
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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Contagion or not, these emerging markets are holding key to selloff
This year’s global emerging-market selloff has its roots in a slew of mini-routs as the era of easy-money came to an end. Consider Turkey, now paying the price for its refusal to follow orthodox monetary policy; Argentina, facing a crisis of confidence just four years of its last default; China,....

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As heroin-related deaths rise, Somerset County residents share their stories
When Dina Aurichio, of Branchburg, gave birth to her son Dillon on Nov. 23, 1994, she never thought she would be taking him off life support on his 24th birthday, days after a heroin overdose. On Aug. 30, Somerset County community members and officials shared their personal stories related to....

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Assassin shoots pastor in Anambra
The pastor shot by an assassin. A middle-aged pastor of a popular ministry in Awka, the Anambra State capital, was on Thursday shot by unidentified gunmen close to his church in the State capital. Nigerian Tribune gathered that the gunmen, suspected to be hired assassins, had trailed the pastor with....

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How the Congressional Black Caucus backed a white candidate over Ayanna Pressley and lost
Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley celebrates victory over U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano, D-Mass., in the 7th Congressional House Democratic primary, Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018, in Boston. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) Tuesday night, Ayanna Pressley unseated longstanding incumbent Mike Capuano in....

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IOCs critical partners in N’Delta devt – Minister
By Obas Esiedesa. The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Pastor Usani Uguru Usani, has said that International Oil Companies (IOCs) operating in the Niger Delta region are critical partners of government in the development of the oil rich region. Usani who stated this on Thursday when the new Vice....

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Adolescents seeking abortions without parental consent face numerous hurdles
As part of the Texas Policy Evaluation Project, Coleman-Minahan, PhD, RN and other researchers investigated the judicial bypass experience by which adolescents seek legal permission to obtain an abortion without parental consent. The study was published online today in the Journal of Adolescent Health.

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Gunmen shoot Anambra Pastor in front of his Church
By Vincent Ujumadu. Awka- UNKNOWN gunmen Thursday in the heart of Awka, shot the pastor of a new generation church, Pastor David Elijah Chidiebere in front of his Grace and Power Divine Prophetic Ministry Chuch along the state secretariat road in the Anambra State capital.

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D.C. Collier: Going to Hell, and Back
My wife was a successful business professional who was of similar mind but experiencing the inner emptiness of the “rat race.” She embarked quietly on a private search for truth and ended up at a prominent Palo Alto church where she enrolled in a “seekers class.

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First Assembly At The Marriaqua Government School
Parents of children attending the Marriaqua Government School, have been urged to continue to give support to their children and to the school. This from Minister of Education and Parliamentary Representative for Marriaqua, Hon. St Clair ‘Jimmy’ Prince, as he spoke on Monday September 3rd at the....

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APC chieftain faults Wike on choice of governorship candidate
A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, has faulted the destructive criticisms by Governor Nyesom Wike of the endorsement of Pastor Tonye Cole as the governorship candidate of APC in Rivers. Eze, on Thursday in Port Harcourt, described as most....

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Augustine Okezie, Katsina
A middle aged pastor of a popular ministry in Awka, Anambra State was on Thursday shot by unidentified gunmen close to his church in the State capital. The Nation gathered that the gunmen, suspected to be hired assassins, had trailed the pastor with their vehicle all the way from Enugu to Awka where he was attacked.

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Anambra Pastor Shot by Unknown Gunmen
By David-Chyddy Eleke in Awka. Unknown gunmen Thursday evening trailed and shot a popular cleric, Pastor David Elijah Chidiebere, in front of his church in Awka, Anambra State. The middle aged pastor who is the founder of Divine Prophetic Ministry, is known for his very intriguing prophesies and healing miracles in the city.

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