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Anger and misunderstanding fuel Turkey-U.S. standoff
July 27, 2018. By Humeyra Pamuk and Dominic Evans. ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Any Turkish hopes that a crisis with the United States might be eased by personal chemistry between their two leaders hit the rocks this week when President Donald Trump directly warned Turkey of possible sanctions over a detained U.

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Anger and misunderstanding fuel Turkey-U.S. standoff
With hostility to Ankara growing in Congress over disputes ranging from the fate of Christian pastor Andrew Brunson, Iran sanctions and Turkey’s plans to buy a Russian missile defense system, Turkish officials have seen Trump as a possible shield against the worst fallout from the collapse in ties.

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Jesus Saves Soccer Camp has dual message
The camp has become more and more popular each year, so popular that they had to close registration early. The camp maxes out at 168 participants. But only 150 of the players showed up, so registration may be later next year. "Our camp has become so popular that we've had to close our registration early in the middle of May," said Rev.

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The Hill: Mike Pompeo blindsided by White House moves
Washington. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has reportedly been caught off guard by recent moves by the White House, The Hill writes. NBC News reported Thursday that Pompeo was surprised by Trump’s tweet Thursday that the U.S. would “impose large sanctions on Turkey” over the detention of American....

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Washington ratchets up sanctions threats against Turkey
President Donald Trump threatened to impose sanctions on Turkey today for its ongoing detention of a US citizen, bringing his administration in line with a monthslong congressional effort to punish the NATO ally. Trump took to Twitter to threaten “large sanctions on Turkey for their longtime....

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International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH)
Preliminary findings of a field mission. Ahead of Zimbabwe’s much anticipated general elections scheduled on July 30, the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders* (an FIDH-OCMT partnership) releases preliminary findings resulting from its most recent field mission conducted from....

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APInterview#x3a;Zimbabweoppositionchiefwarnsofflawedvote
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - Zimbabwe's historic election on Monday is likely to be flawed and the opposition will launch peaceful protests if President Emmerson Mnangagwa wins in a disputed vote, the country's main opposition leader said Friday in an interview with The Associated Press.

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Cops charged over drivers’ exam scam
Two police officers were today faced with a total of 38 charges stemming from the attempt to corrupt a sitting of the Guyana Police Force’s learner drivers’ theoretical examination. Those charged are Police Corporal Ryan Grey, who was charged with 20 counts of conspiring with others to commit a....

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U.S., Turkish officials talk over phone on release of U.S. pastor
WASHINGTON, July 27 (Xinhua) -- U.S. State Department said on Friday that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo earlier talked with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu over the release of a detained U.S. pastor. According to a statement released by State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert, Pompeo....

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Singing, acting and fashion? 5 ways Hailee Steinfeld proves she’s a triple threat
Even if Hailee Steinfeld is only 21 years old, you still have to wonder where she gets the energy to be involved in so many projects. Steinfeld is in the midst of opening for fellow pop star Charlie Puth (“Attention”) on his current “Voicenotes” summer tour. They’ll perform July 28 at Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek in Raleigh.

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Zimbabwe’s historic election: A look at the top candidates
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) – It’s now a close race for the presidency in Zimbabwe as the country on Monday goes to the polls. Here’s a look at the two main candidates vying to lead the once-prosperous southern African nation out of the shadow of former leader Robert Mugabe, who stepped down in November under military pressure.

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The boys are still out there
William Francis Murphy from Cork City never came home. By Ray O’Hanlon. In the greater scheme of things, and given all the world’s innumerable tragedies of truly horrific proportions, the fact that seven Irishmen never came back from the Korean War seems like a small thing. But if we truly value each and every individual life, it is anything but.

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Gospel Artist, Pastor Travis Greene Announces Aug. 17-19 "Engage Culture Weekend" Featuring Host Of Activities, Concert, Special Guests
. TRAVIS GREENE. Gospel artist and pastor Travis Greene is presenting a power-packed weekend of entertainment, worship and community festivities with this year's "Engage Culture Weekend," taking place Aug. 17-19 in Columbia, S.C. The weekend aims to inspire a celebration of God's love and the culture today that reaches people beyond the church.

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Turkish foreign minister told Pompeo that Ankara will not bow to threats
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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Religious events
BEDFORD — CornerStone Worship Center, 4045 Old State Road 37, will give away backpacks and other school supplies from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday (while supplies last). It is open for kids from kindergarten through the fifth grade. Students must be present to get a backpack.

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Obituaries for July 27, 2018
Tim was born on Feb. 4, 1958, in Willard, Ohio, son of the late Chester and Bessie Shepherd. He grew up in Greenwich and graduated from South Central High School. Tim lived in Greenwich, Shiloh and then Bedford, Indiana. He moved back to Greenwich five days before his death to fulfill his wish to come home to be with family and friends.

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US should respect laws of Turkey: speaker
Baku, Azerbaijan, July 27. By Rufiz Hafizoglu – Trend: The US should respect the laws of Turkey, Speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey Binali Yildirim said, Turkish media reported July 27. "President Donald Trump thinks that by threatening Ankara, he can affect Turkish justice.

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Police probe 1987 flight bomber libel case
Police have opened a probe into a libel case against the culprit of the mysterious 1987 mid-air bombing of a South Korean passenger jet, officials said Thursday. The families of the victims filed a complaint with the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office on Monday accusing the former North....

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Zimbabwe’s historic post-Mugabe election: A timeline
JOHANNESBURG (AP) – Zimbabwe on Monday faces a historic election that is the first without Robert Mugabe, who led the southern African nation since independence from white minority rule in 1980 but stepped down last year under military pressure amid a ruling party feud. Here’s a look at milestones in the country’s troubled history.

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Zimbabwe’s historic election: A look at the top candidates
HARARE, Zimbabwe It’s now a close race for the presidency in Zimbabwe as the country on Monday goes to the polls. Here’s a look at the two main candidates vying to lead the once-prosperous southern African nation out of the shadow of former leader Robert Mugabe, who stepped down in November under military pressure.

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New to Haiti: Foster care for the nation's parentless kids
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Like roughly a quarter of Haiti's children, 11-year-old Franchina has spent much of her short life without parents. Her mother dead, her father in prison, Franchina was placed in a state-run orphanage as a toddler, remaining illiterate year after year and seemingly....

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Zimbabwe's historic post-Mugabe election: A timeline
Zimbabwe police officers stand next to a campaign poster of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa at Nelson Chamisa's rally in Chitungwiza about 30 kilometres east of the capital Harare, Thursday, July, 26, 2018. Chamisa addressed his first rally since rejecting the idea of boycotting elections on....

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Zimbabwe’s historic post-Mugabe election: A timeline
JOHANNESBURG Zimbabwe on Monday faces a historic election that is the first without Robert Mugabe, who led the southern African nation since independence from white minority rule in 1980 but stepped down last year under military pressure amid a ruling party feud. Here’s a look at milestones in the country’s troubled history.

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Zimbabwe's historic election: A look at the top candidates
Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa attends the BRICS Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, Friday, July 27, 2018. Zimbabwe goes to the polls Monday after Mnanngagwa became president After Robert Mugabe resigned in November last year. (Mike Hutchings/Pool Photo via AP) HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) —....

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States race to pass sports betting laws after Supreme Court decision
Mississippi will become the third state to open sports betting operations since a May 2018 Supreme Court ruling allowed states other than Nevada to have legal sports betting. Five states have passed laws allowing sports betting. Benicia, California, police are on the lookout for a silver Toyota....

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We will not bow down to threats, Turkish FM tells US counterpart
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu told his U.S. counterpart Mike Pompeo that Turkey would not bow down to threats, a Foreign Ministry source said on Friday. “We will not bow down to threats and the rule of law applies for everyone without exception,” the source said Çavuşoğlu told Pompeo during Thursday’s phone call.

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