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Church leaders protected over 300 "predator priests" in six Roman Catholic dioceses across Pennsylvania for decades because they were more interested in safeguarding the church and the abusers than tending to their victims, a scathing grand jury report released Tuesday claims.

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More US action against Turkey foreshadowed
The US is warning more economic pressures may be in store for Turkey if it refuses to release a jailed American pastor as the row between the two countries escalates. The tough message from a White House official on Tuesday emerged a day after White House national security adviser John Bolton met....

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Treasury yields rise as Turkey worries fade
These efforts to bridge the gulf between the two sides have helped ease pressure on the lira, while boosting stocks and sapping appetite for investing in havens viewed as comparatively safer like Treasurys. “My guess is that Turkey/U.S. conflict settles this week as Turkish government hands over pastor Andrew Brunson probably as early as tomorrow.

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Erdogan says Turkey to boycott US electronic goods
Istanbul (AFP) - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday said Turkey would boycott US electronic goods like the iPhone in retaliation for punitive sanctions from Washington, as the Turkish lira finally clawed back some ground after going into a tailspin over the tensions.

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Church leaders protected over 300 "predator priests" in six Roman Catholic dioceses across Pennsylvania for decades because they were more interested in safeguarding the church and the abusers than tending to their victims, a scathing grand jury report released Tuesday claims.

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More US action against Turkey foreshadowed
The US is warning more economic pressures may be in store for Turkey if it refuses to release a jailed American pastor as the row between the two countries escalates. The tough message from a White House official on Tuesday emerged a day after White House national security adviser John Bolton met....

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US official Warns of More Actions Against Turkey If Pastor Not Freed
The United States is warning more economic pressures may be in store for Turkey if it refuses to release a jailed American pastor, a White House official said on Tuesday, in a dispute that has further strained relations between the NATO allies. The tough message emerged a day after White House....

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Turkish leader talks big, but can be pragmatic in crises
ISTANBUL The man at the center of Turkey’s currency crisis and feud with the United States — President Recep Tayyip Erdogan — is unleashing the same combative rhetoric that powered him through other grave challenges in his 16 years as the increasingly authoritarian leader of a key NATO ally.

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In Haiti, slight progress for LGBT rights is seen as victory
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti Yaisah Val recently came out publicly as a transgender woman on YouTube, a potentially risky move in a country like Haiti where LGBT residents face pervasive hostility in most spheres of public life. Two proposed anti-LGBT laws are pending in Parliament. The major churches are firm in their condemnation of homosexuality.

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Indian expatriates rush to remit money as rupee hits record low
KUWAIT/ISTANBUL: Large crowds of expats were seen at many money exchange companies in Kuwait yesterday as the Indian rupee continued its free-fall against major currencies across the world. One Kuwaiti dinar traded at 230.60 Indian rupees yesterday as the rupee touched an all-time low of 70 against....

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Ex-Homewood Fire Lt. Garrett named COO at The Foundry
The Foundry Ministries, an addiction recovery program based in Bessemer, has named former Homewood Fire Lt. Darrell Garrett as chief operating officer. "Last year at this time, I never dreamed I'd be working at The Foundry," Garrett said in an interview with AL.com. "It's a challenge, but I like a challenge.

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More than 300 "predator priests" in six Roman Catholic dioceses across Pennsylvania were protected for decades by church leaders more interested in safeguarding the church and the abusers than tending to their victims, a scathing grand jury report released Tuesday claims.

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'Men of God hid it all': Church protected 300 'predator priests' 7:47 p.m. UTC Aug 14, 2018
Church leaders protected over 300 "predator priests" in six Roman Catholic dioceses across Pennsylvania for decades because they were more interested in safeguarding the church and the abusers than tending to their victims, a scathing grand jury report released Tuesday claims.

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A pastor from NC is confined in Turkey. Free Andrew Brunson.
Andrew Brunson, a 50-year-old evangelical Christian pastor from Black Mountain, served the people of western Turkey for more than 20 years. For that, the Turkish government threw Brunson in prison. Turkey has accused Brunson of participating in a failed coup attempt in 2016, but has presented no credible evidence to back its charges.

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Grand jury: More than 300 'predator priests' in Pennsylvania protected by Catholic Church
Church leaders protected over 300 "predator priests" in six Roman Catholic dioceses across Pennsylvania for decades because they were more interested in safeguarding the church and the abusers than tending to their victims, a scathing grand jury report released Tuesday claims.

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Turkey's Erdogan vows US boycott, but diplomats resume talks
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey's president appeared to escalate a dispute with the United States that has helped foment a Turkish currency crisis, claiming Tuesday that his country will boycott U.S.-made electronic goods. Behind the scenes, however, diplomats resumed contact to ease tensions.

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Countering Erdogan’s Propaganda In The New York Times
BY HARUT SASSOUNIAN. For many years, the Turkish government has hired numerous American companies in Washington, D.C., to lobby and carry out public relations on its behalf. Hiring such companies is very expensive and most of the time, it is a waste of money, as they produce more paperwork than actual results.

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Smaller companies lead US stocks higher as Turkey fears ease
NEW YORK U.S. stocks are rallying Tuesday as smaller companies and retailers make big gains. Major indexes are recovering most of their recent losses as worries about Turkey’s currency crisis eased. Global markets have taken two days of losses as investors worried that Turkey’s troubles might spread.

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Turkish leader talks big, but can be pragmatic in crises
ISTANBUL The man at the center of Turkey’s currency crisis and feud with the United States — President Recep Tayyip Erdogan — is unleashing the same combative rhetoric that powered him through other grave challenges in his 16 years as the increasingly authoritarian leader of a key NATO ally.

Read Full Article
 
In Haiti, slight progress for LGBT rights is seen as victory
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti Yaisah Val recently came out publicly as a transgender woman on YouTube, a potentially risky move in a country like Haiti where LGBT residents face pervasive hostility in most spheres of public life. Two proposed anti-LGBT laws are pending in Parliament. The major churches are firm in their condemnation of homosexuality.

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Turkey to 'boycott' US electronics
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday said Turkey would boycott US electronic goods in retaliation for punitive sanctions by Washington against Ankara over the detention of an American pastor. "We will boycott US electronic goods," Erdogan said in a televised speech, raising the stakes in a spat....

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US trade policy moves leave economists puzzled
By Gokhan Kurtaran. LONDON. U.S. sanctions on Turkish ministers and decision of increasing tariffs on aluminium and steel imports from Turkey have puzzled economists about President Donald Trump’s unpredictable trade and foreign policy. “The Trump administration has been pushing back [or some would....

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Tumwater Walmart carjacking victim speaks from hospital after given little chance to live KIRO 7 got exclusive video hearing from the grandfather who was randomly shot outside the Tumwater Walmart in June. Rickey Fievez was given little chance to live aft
KIRO 7 got exclusive video hearing from the grandfather who was randomly shot outside the Tumwater Walmart in June. Rickey Fievez was given little chance to live after the suspect, Tim Day, tried to carjack him and then shot him, officials said. David George, a trained EMT, shot and killed the suspect and then helped Rickey Fievez survive.

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Smaller companies lead US stocks higher as Turkey fears ease
NEW YORK U.S. stocks are rallying Tuesday as smaller companies and retailers make big gains. Major indexes are recovering most of their recent losses as worries about Turkey’s currency crisis eased. Global markets have taken two days of losses as investors worried that Turkey’s troubles might spread.

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Smaller companies lead US stocks higher as Turkey fears ease
NEW YORK U.S. stocks are rallying Tuesday as smaller companies and retailers make big gains. Major indexes are recovering most of their recent losses as worries about Turkey’s currency crisis eased. Global markets have taken two days of losses as investors worried that Turkey’s troubles might spread.

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Crowd gathers to honor late Pleasant View teen, dedicate Jackson Webb Nature Trail
Nearly one year after Pleasant View teen Jackson Webb’s death, hundreds gathered at the town’s community park for a ceremony to dedicate one of the trails to him. Boy Scout Troop #76 presented the colors and led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance at the dedication for Webb, who was an Eagle Scout....

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