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Mother gets apology from pastor after rebuke for breastfeeding inside her own church
BRIGHTON, Mich. — A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside her church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school. Amy Marchant, 29, of Brighton said she asked for a public apology after she was accused of immodesty and potentially....

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Mother gets apology from pastor after rebuke for breastfeeding inside her own church
BRIGHTON, Mich. — A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside her church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school. Amy Marchant, 29, of Brighton said she asked for a public apology after she was accused of immodesty and potentially....

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'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin gravely ill, 'in hospice care'
Franklin has cemented her place in American music history with her powerful, bell-clear voice that stretched over four octaves. In her decades-long career, her hits spanned the genres, from soul to R&B, to gospel and pop. She was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.

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Turkey tries to contain crisis but currency keeps falling
Turkey's central bank took action Monday to free up cash for banks as the country grapples with a currency crisis sparked by concerns over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's economic policies and a trade and diplomatic dispute with the United States. The Turkish lira has nosedived over the past week,....

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Mother gets apology from pastor after rebuke for breastfeeding inside her own church
BRIGHTON, Mich. — A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside her church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school. Amy Marchant, 29, of Brighton said she asked for a public apology after she was accused of immodesty and potentially....

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Mother gets apology from pastor after rebuke for breastfeeding inside her own church
BRIGHTON, Mich. — A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside her church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school. Amy Marchant, 29, of Brighton said she asked for a public apology after she was accused of immodesty and potentially....

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Mother gets apology from pastor after rebuke for breastfeeding inside her own church
BRIGHTON, Mich. — A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside her church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school. Amy Marchant, 29, of Brighton said she asked for a public apology after she was accused of immodesty and potentially....

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US Air Force General running secret evangelical Christian ministry online, letter reveals
A formal letter of complaint sent to U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis has revealed that a U.S. Air Force Brigadier General has been operating "an online evangelical Christian ministry" since 2013, violating government and military rules on proselytization trying to get someone to change faiths.

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Mother gets apology from pastor after rebuke for breastfeeding inside her own church
BRIGHTON, Mich. — A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside her church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school. Amy Marchant, 29, of Brighton said she asked for a public apology after she was accused of immodesty and potentially....

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Turkey tries to calm markets as lira hit again
Turkey's central bank announced Monday a raft of measures aimed at calming markets rattled by the precipitous plunge of the Turkish lira but the currency again plunged on the back of defiant comments by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A dispute between Nato allies Turkey and the United States --....

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Neighbors work together to clean near east side community
The Grace-Tuxedo Neighborhood Association worked with several groups Saturday to clean the streets as part of the “Great Indy Cleanup.” Volunteers cleared out dirty sewers, cut high grass and picked up trash. Some men on work release from the Duvall Residential Center helped the Department of Public Works remove trash and debris.

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Mother gets apology from pastor after rebuke for breastfeeding inside her own church
BRIGHTON, Mich. — A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside her church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school. Amy Marchant, 29, of Brighton said she asked for a public apology after she was accused of immodesty and potentially....

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CURRENCIES : Dollar Higher As Turkey Currency Carnage Continues
By Anneken Tappe. The Turkish lira remained under heavy pressure as the country's currency crisis continued, providing a lift to the dollar and currencies viewed as havens. The lira plunged to another all-time low against the U.S. dollar on Monday, breaching 7 lira per dollar for the first time on....

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Turkey crisis deepens as lira hits new low
The financial crisis in Turkey deepened Monday as the country’s currency fell to a new record low and western leaders pressed Ankara to make economic and governmental reforms. The Turkish lira sunk 7 percent Monday after dropping roughly 20 percent Friday amid growing concerns over the country’s economy and souring ties with western allies.

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Christian radio celebrates third birthday
Christian radio station, Laufou o le Talalelei, commemorated its third year anniversary at Mulinu’u yesterday. The Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Afamasaga Rico Tupa’i, congratulated Youth For Christ (Y.F.C.) which operates the station.

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Mom shamed for breastfeeding at church gets apology 4:51 p.m. UTC Aug 13, 2018
BRIGHTON, Mich. — A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside her church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school. Amy Marchant, 29, of Brighton said she asked for a public apology after she was accused of immodesty and potentially....

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Turkey's Currency Dips Again
Turkey's central bank failed to halt the slide of the country's lira currency on Monday as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the United States of purposely trying to damage his country's economy. 'We are together in NATO and then you seek to stab your strategic partner in the back.

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Chicago violence surges: 72 shot, 13 killed 11:20 p.m. UTC Aug 6, 2018
CHICAGO – At least 72 people were shot, including 12 fatally, over the weekend in Chicago, another eruption of violence in a city that has struggled with murders and shootings in recent years even as the national homicide rate hovers near historic lows.

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Turkish lira hits record low after U.S. reviews duty-free access
August 6, 2018. By Ezgi Erkoyun and Can Sezer. ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The Turkish lira plunged to a record low on Monday after the Trump administration said it was reviewing Turkey’s duty-free access to the U.S. market, a move that could affect $1.7 billion of Turkish exports. The U.S.

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Turkish officials to visit Washington amid ongoing row
Turkish officials to visit Washington amid ongoing row. Delegation of Turkish officials reportedly will head to Washington to discuss ongoing tensions between the two countries. A delegation of Turkish officials will head to Washington in two days to discuss the row between the two countries, Reuters reported Monday, citing CNN Turk.

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Ankara on Collision Course With Washington Over Iran Sanctions
ISTANBUL, TURKEY — U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order Monday to introduce sanctions against Iran threatens to put Washington and Ankara on a collision course. Ankara insists Trump's unilateral actions do not bind it. The looming dispute threatens to exacerbate existing tensions between the two NATO allies.

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Turkish, U.S. officials to meet in Washington amid dispute: CNN Turk
ANKARA (Reuters) - A delegation of Turkish officials will head to Washington in two days to discuss an ongoing row between the NATO allies, broadcaster CNN Turk, citing diplomatic sources, said on Tuesday. Ankara and Washington have reached pre-agreements on certain issues, CNN Turk said, without elaborating.

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Slain Mendota Heights officer gets monument on fourth anniversary of his death
Patrick’s brother, the pastor of Patrick’s church and several elected officials spoke about the officer, who was shot and killed by a motorist he had stopped. “The stone and the plaque will tell the story of that day,” Dakota County Commissioner Tom Egan said.

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American duty-free threats send Turkish lira to new low
Turkey’s central bank intervened to stop a rout in the lira yesterday after Washington threatened to end duty-free access to American markets, sending the currency to a new low against the US dollar. Turkish exports worth as much as $1.7 billion could be affected by the United States trade representative’s decision to review duty-free arrangements.

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Turkish, U.S. officials to meet in Washington amid dispute: CNN Turk
August 6, 2018. ANKARA (Reuters) – A delegation of Turkish officials will head to Washington in two days to discuss an ongoing row between the NATO allies, broadcaster CNN Turk, citing diplomatic sources, said on Tuesday. Ankara and Washington have reached pre-agreements on certain issues, CNN Turk said, without elaborating.

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REUTERS - Turkish, U.S. officials to meet in Washington amid dispute -CNN Turk
Turkish, U.S. officials to meet in Washington amid dispute -CNN Turk. Contributed by NAMPA / Reuters. ANKARA, Aug 7 (Reuters) - A delegation of Turkish officials will head to Washington in two days to discuss an ongoing row between the NATO allies, broadcaster CNN Turk, citing diplomatic sources, said on Tuesday.

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