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Court: Iowa church didn't defame women exploited by pastor
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday that an all-male church board's characterization of female congregants who were pressured into sex with the pastor as sinning "adulteresses" who gave into "temptation" was constitutionally protected religious speech.

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Adesoji ADENIYI, Osogbo
The general belief is that Lagosians don’t like to do much of schooling. But here you are, pursuing a doctoral degree after two master’s degrees. I actually started with an HND (Higher National Diploma) in Accounting. But when Nigerians were about to mess up my HND, saying that it is not equal to B.Sc.

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News A friend of the poor and the less well off > Bishop of Elphin Kevin Doran has led the tributes to his predecessor, Bishop Christopher (Christy) Jones who passed away last Friday night.
“This is a sad day for all of us in the Diocese of Elphin. I offer my personal sympathies and prayers to his sister Eileen and to all his extended family, and also to the priests, sisters and deacons and all who worked closely with him in the Diocese. “I also want to express my grateful appreciation....

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Funerals, visitations held for victims killed in Santa Fe shooting 1 HR Friends, family, and the community will begin to say their final goodbyes to five of the 10
SANTA FE, Texas Sofia Ojeda - Friends, family, and the community will begin to say their final goodbyes to five of the 10 victims who were killed in Santa Fe High School shooting. People have been coming out to pay their respects at Santa Fe High School. One woman said people are coming to grieve and begin the long process of healing.

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Meet the candidates for Alabama House District 76
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Thad McClammy is seeking reelection to his seat in Alabama's House District 76 race. He’s held the position for 24 years and his main focus this year is on education. "Unless we commit more resources to our school system, you know, we are going to continue to be faced with potential takeovers,” McClammy said.

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New Jersey school bus driver in deadly crash appears in court
The driver of a school bus that collided with a dump truck on a New Jersey highway last week, killing a student and a teacher and injuring more than 40 others, made his initial appearance in court on Friday. Hudy Muldrow Sr., 77, slowly entered the courtroom for an initial appearance to face two counts of death by auto.

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Santa Fe victim remembered as hero, 'great kid'
A service that drew hundreds to Crosby Church was filled with nods to Riley's patriotism, love of God and devotion to family. An honor guard from Crosby High School's JROTC presented Riley's mother with a U.S. flag, which had been tucked into his casket.

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Turkey fulfills responsibilities for multinational F-35 program, gov't confirms
During a press conference in Ankara on Friday, Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesperson Hami Aksoy said that Turkey has "fulfilled all requirements" of the multinational Joint Strike Fighter Program to produce Lockheed Martin's F-35 Lightning II. Aksoy underscored that the multinational program....

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Man with 21 previous charges jailed again in Hoover
Police have arrested a 31-year-old Hoover man they said broke into a church on one day, and the home of a witness the following day. Charles Thomas Cain III, 31, is in jail on two counts of third-degree burglary, said Hoover police Lt. Keith Czeskleba. The suspect told investigators he is a heroin addict and needed cash.

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Beeson Divinity School creates preaching institute
Beeson Divinity School at Samford University this week announced the creation of the Robert Smith Jr. Preaching Institute, named for its professor of Christian preaching. The institute will be funded the Lilly Endowment. The divinity school received a $500,000 Lilly grant in 2013 to strengthen the quality of preaching.

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Chicago summer will turn up heat on Mayor Emanuel
It’s summertime, but the livin’ in Chicago ain’t gonna be easy. Especially for Mayor Rahm Emanuel. As Memorial Day kicks off the city’s unofficial summer season, Emanuel sits on the hottest of hot seats. He already has at least nine opponents on the attack in 2019 mayoral election campaign.

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5 top government officials risk jail term over former Transport CS corruption saga
- His appeal comes after the DPP issued fresh orders against him. - EACC detectives raided his home recently searching for evidence in the case. Ex transport boss Michael Kamau sued five senior government officials accusing them of contempt of court. The officials include the Director of Public....

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Pope Francis appoints Ernest Obodo as auxiliary Bishop of Enugu Catholic Diocese
The Holy Father, Pope Francis has appointed Rev. Fr. Ernest Obodo as auxiliary Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Enugu, Nigeria. This was made known in a release by the Vatican Press Office on Friday. Until his the appointment, Obodo was rector of the Saint Bernard Senior Seminary Hostel and lecturer at the Bigard Memorial Seminary in Enugu.

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2 members of secretive sect plead guilty to fraud charges
By EMERY P. DALESIO and HOLBROOK MOHR Associated Press. ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - A father and son who belong to a secretive evangelical church in North Carolina pleaded guilty Friday to federal criminal charges in an unemployment benefits scheme that former congregants have said was part of a plan to keep money flowing into the church.

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NCCK faults state ban on 'Keshas' in Narok
The National Council of Churches in Kenya has faulted the ban on prayer vigils - commonly known as 'Kesha', which was imposed by Narok county commissioner. Officials from NCCK South Rift region on Friday said the move is ill-advised and that it will not in any way help to find solution to the issue of early pregnancies.

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2 members of secretive sect plead guilty to fraud charges
As part of an ongoing investigation into physical and emotional abuse at the Word of Faith Fellowship Church in Spindale, North Carolina, The Associated Press reported in September that authorities were looking into the unemployment dealings of congregants and their businesses. Dr.

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Hoover man arrested for 2 burglaries in Bluff Park
HOOVER, AL (WBRC) - A Hoover man has been arrested for two burglaries, including one at a church in Bluff Park. Charles Thomas Cain III, 31, has been charged with two counts of third-degree burglary. He is in Jefferson County Jail with a $30,000 bond. Hoover police responded to a report of a burglary on May 21 at St.

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A pair of shoes can change the lives of these learners
Polokwane - Many learners in deep rural villages in Vhembe drop out of school every winter for no reason other than they have no shoes and cannot walk to school barefoot in the biting cold. Poverty and unemployment have left many rural parents unable to afford school shoes for their children.

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Funerals, visitations held for victims killed in Santa Fe shooting 14 Mins Friends, family, and the community will begin to say their final goodbyes to five of the 10 victims who were killed in Santa Fe High School shooting.
SANTA FE, Texas Sofia Ojeda - Friends, family, and the community will begin to say their final goodbyes to five of the 10 victims who were killed in Santa Fe High School shooting. People have been coming out to pay their respects at Santa Fe High School. One woman said people are coming to grieve and begin the long process of healing.

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US Senate defence bill would bar Turkey from buying F-35 jets
A US Senate committee passed its version of a $716 billion defense policy bill on Thursday, including a measure to prevent Turkey from purchasing Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jets. The amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, from Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen....

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14 dead again in grisly Bungoma road accident involving PSV and cane tractor
- The accident happened at Maliki on the Webuye-Kitale road after a PSV collided with a cane tractor. - Angry residents resorted to torching the tractor blaming its driver for the deadly crash. - 14 other passengers were killed on the same road barely six days ago.

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'Positivity whispers and negativity shouts.' As a pastor and CEO, he helps troubled kids.
A bow tie and colorful socks reflect Bruce Stanley's cheerful demeanor, but he’s seen some tough things during his 12 years as pastor, CEO and president of the Methodist Home for Children in Raleigh. Stanley, 61, talks about the challenges of his work and how mental health assessments could play a role in curbing school shootings.

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Turkey threatens retaliation if new bill stops F-35 sale
WASHINGTON — The Turkish government has vowed reprisals if the U.S. Congress passes a defense policy bill that prevents the sale of fighter jets to Ankara. Lockheed Martin-made F-35 The Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday passed its version of the $716 billion National Defense Authorization....

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Pope appoints auxiliary Bishop for Enugu catholic diocese
The Holy Father, Pope Francis has appointed Rev. Fr Ernest Obodo as auxiliary bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Enugu, Nigeria. The appointment was made in a release by Vatican Press Office on Friday. Obodo before the appointment was rector of the Saint Bernard Senior Seminary Hostel and lecturer at the Bigard Memorial Seminary in Enugu.

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How does a film on lesbianism help Kenya’s economy? Ezekiel Mutua
- Ezekiel Mutua defended himself against claims he was killing creativity in the film industry. - According to Mutua, KFCB only banned one gay film and that did not affect the industry. - Mutua claimed the film did not help the economy in any way and was justified to ban it.

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DETROIT - May 18, 1927 is etched into the fabric of a small Michigan town. Bath Township, known for being home to the worst mass murder at a school in U.S. history, is about 100 miles northwest of Detroit. In 1927, the town of about 300 people was the victim of a gruesome attack at its school.

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