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Mr. George Hanna | Funeral Service
Funeral Service for Mr. George Hanna, age 79 years, of #4 Star Lane North, Sunshine Park, and formerly of Love Hill, Andros, will be held on Saturday, June 23rd, 2018, 10:00 .m., at The New Redeemed Church of God in Christ, Refuge Court, Cowpen Road. Officiating will be Bishop Tony Hanna assisted by other ministers of the Gospel.

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Herbert Walters Forbes | Funeral Service
Funeral Service for Minister Herbert Walters Forbes, age 89 years, of Colony Village East, and formerly of Bambara Middle Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands, will be held on Saturday, June 23rd, 2018, 11:00 a.m., at The Church of God of Prophecy, East Street. Officiating will be Bishop Dr. Franklin M.

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Mrs. Kathleen Augusta Fernander | Memorial Service
Memorial Announcement Memorial service for Mrs. Kathleen Augusta Fernander, age 56 years, will be held on Thursday June 21st, 2018, 7:00 p.m. at Pentecostal Church of faith in God Montel Heights. Officiating will be Pastor Deane Well Jr. Funeral Service Announcement Funeral Service for Mrs.

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Former Shujaa coach Mike Friday furiously hits out at KRU for sacking Innocent Simiyu
United States rugby sevens coach Mike Friday was outraged on hearing the news that Innocent Simiyu of the Kenya sevens team was fired by the Kenya Rugby Union. Though details of the surprise dismissal remained unclear, the union officials have been in a tiff with shirt sponsor, Brand Kenya, over a sponsorship deal.

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Pastor, two others allegedly kill 19-year-old girl for rituals
Police in Kogi State have arrested a cleric, Oluwasegun Aturu, and two others over the suspected ritual killing of a 19-year-old commercial sex worker, Miss Mercy Moses. The Police Public Relations Officer of the command, ASP William Aya confirmed the arrest of the suspects to newsmen in Lokoja on Friday.

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Washington pastor helped stop active gunman, then expertly treated victims
He concluded with a passionate prayer: "Lord," he said to his congregation in the town of about 700 people, "don't let us be content as men to just let life go by, to see the world around us burn. God, instead, help us to get involved." A few hours later, George, 46, drove some 27 miles with his....

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Nigerian pastor demands $2K to pray for Eagles to win against Iceland
A pastor in Nigeria has urged his followers to pay him more than $2,000 to unleash a squadron of “prayer warriors” to help the country’s footballers secure a World Cup win. Nigeria’s players take part in a training session at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 15, 2018 during the Russia 2018 World Cup football tournament.

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Teen pleads her family's case for asylum, gets support of City Council
It’s been about eight months since Carmela Apolonio Hernandez took her four children to the Church of the Advocate in North Philadelphia, declaring sanctuary in an effort to avoid deportation to Mexico. On Thursday, her 13-year-old daughter Keyri spoke before City Council, explaining her childhood....

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Nevada Evangelicals Are Backing Brothel, Strip Club Owner For State Legislator
Dennis Hof, 71, who declares himself “America’s best-known pimp” and runs five legal brothels, was nominated June 12 for a state assembly seat in Nevada and now aims to win in the general elections in November, with the blessing of some of Nevada’s evangelical voters, according to Reuters.

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Ahmed Musa stylishly bangs in two goals as Super Eagles outclass Iceland in Russia
- Nigeria claim their first victory at the 2018 World Cup after defeating Iceland at the Volgograd Arena. - Ahmed Musa scored the two goals in the second half of the meeting to rank second on Group D table. - They will meet Argentina in their last group game to stand a chance of reaching the next stage of the 2018 edition of the tournament.

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New members on board for Easton Zoning board
EASTON - There will be some new faces on the Zoning Board of Appeals this year. ZBA member Walter Mirrione is stepping down July 19 after serving 20 years on the board. ȁ#x201c;He had done a tremendous job for the town,ȁ#x201d; selectmen Chairman Dottie Fulginiti said. Members Paul Prew and Thomas Pursely are also leaving the seven-member board.

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The problems of full employment — for some
If change promotes growth, it shouldn’t be long before Tom Bair can touch the ceiling standing still. Bair is a human resources manager, responsible for overseeing staffing and personnel relations at a pair of auto parts factories in Sheboygan. The operation is the largest in the U.S. for Mexico-based Nemak, and it has been thriving.

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Nigerian pastor asks for KSh 200k to pray for his country to lift World Cup trophy
- They won their second match 2-0 to Iceland to revive their hopes of reaching last 16. - The pastor believes the loss to Croatia was a punishment for having a white coach. - He believes he has the potential to martial prayer warriors and have Nigeria lift the World Cup.

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Almost a century after changing the course of history for the city's police department, Louisville's first African-American policewoman is finally getting the recognition she deserves. About a year ago, now-retired Louisville Police Sgt. Chuck Cooper came across mention of Officer Bertha Whedbee's story on Facebook.

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LIVE BLOG: Zanu PF rally Phelandaba Stadium
1620: Thanks for joining us …. 1552: VP Mohadi has invited investors to come and do business with Zimbabwe in line with the new mantra ‘Zimbabwe is open for business”. 1551: He says the new dispensation’s main thrust is to improve the country economically. 1543: Cde Rugeje now invites Vice president Mohadi to give a vote of thanks.

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Gun groups sue Cincinnati over Council's bump stock ban
Gun groups are taking Cincinnati to court over City Council's recent bump stock ban. Buckeye Firearms Foundation and Ohioans for Concealed Carry filed a suit against the city Thursday, claiming an ordinance regulating firearms violates a state law that citizens may own, keep and sell "any firearm,....

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Police arrest Pastor, 2 others over ritual killing of 19-year old girl
Police in Kogi State have arrested a cleric, Oluwasegun Aturu and two others over the suspected ritual killing of a 19-year-old commercial sex worker, Miss Mercy Moses. The Police Public Relations Officer of the command, ASP William Aya confirmed the arrest of the suspects to newsmen in Lokoja on Friday.

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The problems of full employment — for some
If change promotes growth, it shouldn’t be long before Tom Bair can touch the ceiling standing still. Bair is a human resources manager, responsible for overseeing staffing and personnel relations at a pair of auto parts factories in Sheboygan. The operation is the largest in the U.S. for Mexico-based Nemak, and it has been thriving.

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NIA seeks to strengthen relationship with Christian associations
The Hon. Mark Brantley, Stedmond Tross and Wakely Daniel meet with members of the Nevis Christian Council and the Evangelical Association June 19. Left to right, Wakely Daniel, Pastor Eversley Pemberton, Fr. Lawrance Malama and Rev. Marcia Tomlinson during a meeting facilitated by the Hon.

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Why Authoritarians Love to Quote This Bible Passage
Though its writings predate many critical scientific discoveries regarding the natural world, both the Hebrew Bible and New Testament are replete with lasting moral truths and inspirational accounts. The folly of greed, cruelty, and malice comes through in the lives of notable biblical characters.

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Nigerian pastor demands $2K to pray for Eagles to win against Iceland
A pastor in Nigeria has urged his followers to pay him more than $2,000 to unleash a squadron of “prayer warriors” to help the country’s footballers secure a World Cup win. Nigeria’s players take part in a training session at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 15, 2018 during the Russia 2018 World Cup football tournament.

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Krauthammer, decorated columnist and TV personality, dies at 68
A star of page and screen, Krauthammer was one of the highest-profile commentators of his generation. In addition to his syndicated weekly column in The Washington Post, which garnered him a Pulitzer in 1987, he was a marquee essayist for magazines across the political spectrum, including Time, the....

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Pistol-Packing Pastor Stops a Carjacker
Is there anything as American as a pistol-packing pastor who takes out an armed carjacker and then tends a wounded man until medics arrived? That’s exactly what happened in Washington state Tuesday when a local pastor — who is also a fire department lieutenant, EMT and trained concealed carry permit....

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Marty's story: An Iowan opens up about his struggle with mental health to counter opposition to hospital
But the march of misinformed speakers at the meeting compelled him to be candid about a history that has been largely private for decades. "I was always afraid of being judged because of the stigma against people with mental health," he said in a recent interview. "But after that very hostile meeting in Clive, I had to tell my story.

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Children of family seeking sanctuary in Philly church gets support of City Council
It’s been about eight months since Carmela Apolonio Hernandez took her four children to the Church of the Advocate in North Philadelphia, declaring sanctuary in an effort to avoid deportation to Mexico. On Thursday, her 13-year-old daughter Keyri spoke before City Council, explaining her childhood....

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Pray as you go: Nigerian pastor wants $2,000 for World Cup litany
. Friday June 22 2018. Nigeria's players gather at half-time during the Russia 2018 World Cup Group D football match between Croatia and Nigeria on June 16, 2018. PHOTO | ATTILA KISBENEDEK | AFP In Summary. Self-styled prophet Tommy Yisa Aika says that the Super Eagles lost their opening match to....

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