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SF has 6 of the Best 50 Burritos in US: Report
You don’t have to go far to find one of the country’s best burritos. According to a new ranking from The Daily Meal , six San Francisco restaurants have some of the top burritos in America for 2018. And a San Francisco taqueria is also at the very top.

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Pence Helps Congressman’s Wife After Falling Getting Off Air Force Two
Vice President Mike Pence was seen on video helping the wife of a congressman after getting out of Air Force Two. Pence was walking alongside Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas, during a visit to Texas on Aug. 22. That’s when Culberson’s wife, Belinda, tripped on the ground, CBS News reporter Mark Knoller tweeted.

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Cardinal Donald Wuerl's name removed from North Catholic High School
FILE - In this Aug. 20, 2018, file photo, paint covers the name of Cardinal Wuerl at Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School in Cranberry Township, Pa. The Roman Catholic high school will shed the name of Wuerl, Washington’s archbishop, who was cited in a sweeping grand jury report as having....

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After Grim 2016, Turkish Tourism Makes Comeback
ISTANBUL - Tourists have returned in droves to Turkey, helped this summer by the sharp fall in the value of the Turkish lira following economic uncertainty and a rift with the United States. The evidence is abundant. A British firm, for example, managed to book 200 people - up from 15 last year -....

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Turkish lira weakens as Turkey accuses U.S. of waging ‘economic war’ August 23 Updated
The lira slid on Thursday after Turkey accused the United States of waging “economic war” amid a bitter standoff between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies over the fate of a Christian pastor detained by Ankara. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s spokesman said Washington....

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Erdoğan faults US for frail economy: good politics, but risky policy
Listen to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and Turkey is facing an “economic war” waged by outsiders jealous of the nation’s progress. The lira has lost 40 percent of its value, building projects are out of money, and Turkish companies are burdened by hundreds of billions of dollars in debt. Yet analysts say Mr.

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Erdoğan faults US for frail economy: good politics, but risky policy
Deniz, a retired Turkish-American engineer making a family visit to Istanbul, was discussing Turkey’s plunging lira and crisis-hit economy with a hotel receptionist when the hotel manager interrupted loudly. “Tell Trump it’s his fault!” the hotel manager exclaimed, echoing the official narrative that outside enemies are to blame.

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After Grim 2016, Turkish Tourism Makes Comeback
ISTANBUL - Tourists have returned in droves to Turkey, helped this summer by the sharp fall in the value of the Turkish lira following economic uncertainty and a rift with the United States. The evidence is abundant. A British firm, for example, managed to book 200 people - up from 15 last year -....

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Mpumalanga pastor killed during church service
In a separate incident, police are looking for two men who robbed congregants of their belongings at Mzinti, near Malelane. A 34-year-old pastor was shot dead by an unknown man while conducting a church service in Doornkop, outside Middelburg, Mpumalanga police said today.

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Pastor jailed 54 months for theft
An Igbosere Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos Thursday, sentenced a self-proclaimed pastor, Abel Adewale Olukayode, to four years and six months imprisonment for stealing N984,450 from Wema Bank Plc. Chief Magistrate A. T. Omoyele convicted Olukayode, 58, on a three-count charge of stealing.

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Mother arrested in connection with death of Iowa 5-year-old
DAVENPORT, Ia. — An eastern Iowa woman wanted in connection with the death of her 5-year-old son has been arrested while her boyfriend remains at large. The Quad-City Times reports that 24-year-old Majanise Rambert, of Davenport, was taken into custody Tuesday in Chicago.

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‘Superman’ dad punches pedophile who abused his girls to courthouse floor
The father of two girls abused by a pedophile pastor was branded ‘Superman’ for punching him to the floor at his sentencing hearing. Donald Courtney Biggs, 40, was left cowering in a fetal position after being bashed ‘full force’ on the nose as he awaited his sentence for secretly recording children showering and using the bathroom.

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Turkey says U.S. waging 'economic war', lira weakens
. By and Daren Butler. Orhan Coskun ANKARA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - The lira slid on Thursday after accused the United States of waging "economic war" amid a bitter standoff between the NATO allies over the fate of a Christian pastor detained by Turkish Tayyip Erdogan's said Washington must respect....

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Thrills as DIGITEST 2018 camp closes amidst funfair
Participants at this year’s DIGITEST an annual creative camp and competition for young people between ages eight and 18 will not forget in a hurry their experience at the annual programme. DIGITEST is an ICT based camp and competition for young people, a flagship programme of Digital Peers....

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Brunson: From U.S. missionary to diplomatic flashpoint 5:12 p.m. UTC Aug 23, 2018
WASHINGTON – Andrew Brunson arrived at a local Turkish police station nearly two years ago with his American passport in hand – hoping to renew his visa and continue the work he’d been doing for more than two decades as a Christian missionary in the city of Izmir on Turkey's southwest coast.

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Andrew Brunson was a missionary in Turkey for 24 years, but now the American pastor is at the center of an international crisis
WASHINGTON Andrew Brunson arrived at a local Turkish police station nearly two years ago with his American passport in hand hoping to renew his visa and continue the work he’d been doing for more than two decades as a Christian missionary in the city of Izmir on Turkey's southwest coast.

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Dansoman Fire Victims To Be Buried Sunday
The five persons who got burnt in a tragic fire disaster at their home last week at Akoko Foto, Dansoman in Accra, will be buried on Sunday, August 26, 2018, at the Gbawe Cemetery in Accra. They are Mrs Linda Kessie 31, the wife of Pastor Ebenezer Ato Kessie of the Dansoman District of the....

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Turkish lira crisis unlikely to affect Malta
The crisis in Turkey is unlikely to affect Malta, the Central Bank of Malta reassured, even though two of the Turkish banks here have balance sheets that represent 146 per cent of GDP. In Malta, there are three licensed banks, which are either partly owned by other European institutions and listed....

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Erdogan spokesman says US disregards local legal process
The spokesman for Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday slammed what he said was the US’ disregard for Turkey’s legal process, saying that Washington made arbitrary comments and demands in the case of a detained evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson.

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San Antonio community activist mourns friend Aretha Franklin
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Aretha Franklin heard that Taj Matthews was at a low point in his life. Matthews, 42, a community activist on San Antonio's East Side and the grandson of the late Rev. Claude Black, was simultaneously grappling with personal and professional crises last year. On the personal front, he was going through a divorce.

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I-TEAM: Bishop ignored abuse allegations (Pt. 2)
Kyle is a devout, faithful Catholic from Buffalo. “I have a deep respect for the virtues of piety and obedience,” he said. Which is why it almost pains him to tell the story of Father Robert Yetter, the longtime pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Swormville. In 2013, Father Yetter offered Kyle what was supposed to be a helping hand.

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Cinema in Focus: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’
3 Stars Thought-provoking. In the original folk tales of Cinderella , the prince’s mother is not mentioned. Instead, the villain is the wicked stepmother. In this Asian adaptation of the tale, the villain is the wicked mother of the prince. This shift from the Greek, Italian and French versions that....

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Children of Kaduna murdered Reverend to get scholarship
The four children of late Reverend Hosea M. Akuchi who was killed by gunmen in Kaduna have been promised scholarship to continue their education by the Senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani. Senator Sani made the pledge when he paid a condolence visit to the family of the deceased at....

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Lira falls again as Turkey accuses US of waging ‘economic war’
Ankara/Istanbul: The lira weakened further on Thursday, pressured by a damaging standoff between Turkey and the United States over the fate of a detained Christian pastor that showed no signs of easing. Ankara accused Washington of waging “economic war” and failing to respect its legal system over....

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Anti-Americanism Rises in Turkey as US-Turkish Tensions Escalate
ISTANBUL — Anti-American sentiment has arisen in Turkey, with the Turkish president blaming Washington for the collapse of Turkey's currency. On Istanbul's main retail shopping street a man declares, "We will bring the Americans to their knees," as he burns dollar bills in front of TV cameras.

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'US Using Sanctions as a Weapon Disrupting Global Trade' - Ex-Diplomat
Tony Kevin: Very damaged. Of course, the United States is resorting to sanctions not approved by any United Nations Security Council resolution, against not only Russia, but also at the moment Turkey and Iran. So that’s three countries that the United States is exercising sanctions against.

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O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy chickens together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not! Matthew, 23. 37

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