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Waters rising in flood-ravaged southern B.C. as residents brace for 'round two'
GRAND FORKS, B.C. -- There is a feeling of "calm apprehension" in the southern British Columbia city of Grand Forks as officials warn of a coming second wave of flood waters, says Brett Swope. The pastor at the Grand Forks Baptist Church said he noticed the flood waters returned on Tuesday when he....

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How the Chinese Communist Party controls religions
Beijing (AsiaNews) The Communist Party of China (CPC) has used Buddhist leaders, Protestant clergymen, scholars, and bishops to "infiltrate", control and twist religious communities, this according to Lao Gao (not his real name), a Catholic layman in the underground community, who here looks at some leading religious figures connected to the Party.

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After Tuesday's Primaries, Democratic Divisions Take Hold In Midterm Battle
In last week's primaries , Republican internal divisions were highlighted. But Tuesday night , it was the Democrats — and in some of the very places the party needs to win to take back the House. In a handful of competitive congressional districts, progressive candidates defeated more moderate....

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OMPALAN, advocate of good governance, says Azogu
Anthony Obi. The chairman, Board of Trustees (BoT), Oil and Solid Mineral Producing Areas Landlords’ Association of Nigeria (OMPALAN), Bishop Udo Azogu, has said that association was not established to oppose government or constituted authority but, to contribute in strengthening corporate....

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Joy in Rivers community at destruction of ‘evil shrines, temples’
Hope for peace brightened in Aleto community in Eleme, Rivers state as the indigenes unanimously celebrated the destruction of shrines that were said to behind incessant killings, armed robbery, cultism and other nefarious vices in the area. At a special thanksgiving service held by indigenes, under....

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Violence, grief and push for change on Chicago's West Side
"We would run out of candy," says Smith, sadly. It is hard and often anguishing work, keeping the peace. North Lawndale's Peace Warriors do it in small and large ways. When invited to Parkland, Florida, after 17 people died in a school shooting there in February, they answered the call to mourn....

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Heading to Montgomery? Make time for Atlanta's King sites
This April 29, 2018 photo shows the house in Atlanta where Martin Luther King, Jr. was born and lived until the age of 12. Nearby attractions include a National Park Service visitor center with exhibits about his life and the civil right movement, along with the King Center and the tomb where King....

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Violence, grief and push for change on Chicago's West Side
It is hard and often anguishing work, keeping the peace. North Lawndale's Peace Warriors do it in small and large ways. When invited to Parkland, Florida, after 17 people died in a school shooting there in February, they answered the call to mourn together and to unite in what's become a national youth movement aimed at stopping gun violence.

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Khama viciously attacked on own Facebook wall over alcohol comment
A pastor called Seretse Khama Ian Khama had a baptism of “fire!” when he returned to his favourite sermon on alcohol, quoting prodigiously from the Book of Alcohol Levick – you may want to scrap, smelt and mold the last three letters into ‘y’. “I note that Scotland has introduced a minimum unit....

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Woodfin Condemns Pastor's Racist Message
BIRMINGHAM, AL - A Birmingham pastor is angry about black people attending "white churches," and made his message clear on the sign outside New Era Baptist Church. The Rev. Michael R. Jordan is angry about what he refers to as a "white church" opening a satellite campus in a black neighborhood, and....

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Heading to Montgomery? Make time for Atlanta's King sites
ATLANTA (AP) - Two new sites in Montgomery, Alabama - a memorial to lynching victims and a museum - are attracting a lot of attention. Tourism officials are predicting thousands of visitors will come to see them in the next year. Many of those travelers heading to Alabama will drive or fly through....

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Heading to Montgomery? Make time for Atlanta's King sites
Two new sites in Montgomery, Alabama — a memorial to lynching victims and a museum — are attracting a lot of attention. Tourism officials are predicting thousands of visitors will come to see them in the next year. Many of those travelers heading to Alabama will drive or fly through Atlanta and....

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Michigan man claims his security camera captured an 'angel' floating over truck
A Michigan man claims that his motion sensor security camera captured the image of an angel floating last week above his truck. Glen Thorman, a fire chief in East Jordan, said he was shocked when he saw the image float up and then out of the frame of his camera. “I said, 'That's an angel!' and I was just blown away,” he told WPBN-TV .

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Violence, grief and push for change on Chicago's West Side
It is hard and often anguishing work, keeping the peace. North Lawndale's Peace Warriors do it in small and large ways. When invited to Parkland, Florida, after 17 people died in a school shooting there in February, they answered the call — to mourn together and to unite in what's become a national youth movement aimed at stopping gun violence.

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Heading to Montgomery? Make time for Atlanta's King sites
ATLANTA (AP) — Two new sites in Montgomery, Alabama — a memorial to lynching victims and a museum — are attracting a lot of attention. Tourism officials are predicting thousands of visitors will come to see them in the next year. Many of those travelers heading to Alabama will drive or fly through....

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B.C. seeks military aid as rising floodwaters trigger warnings, evacuations May 15 Updated
Emergency officials in British Columbia’s southern Interior will ask the provincial government to call in the military as heavy rains and melting snow have put thousands of homes at risk from the worst flooding in decades. The request for help comes as an increasing list of evacuation orders and....

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Pearl Mary Sweeting- Turnquest | Funeral Service
Funeral Service for the late Pearl Mary Sweeting- Turnquest age 79 years of #9 Portago Road, Oakes Field will be held on Friday May 18 th , 2018 at 9:45 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Boyd Road. Officiating will be Monsignor Alfred Culmer and Fr. Simeon Roberts assisted by other ministers of the Clergy.

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Meet the American who will preach at the royal wedding
Curry does not know the couple personally, said Neva Rae Fox, a spokesperson for the Episcopal Church, but he will meet them before the ceremony. "It was my understanding that given the fact that he was the first African-American bishop and is a wonderful preacher and speaker, it would be....

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Woman stabs pastor with broken bottle
The prosecutor, Insp. Emmanuel Abdullahi, told the court that the accused committed the offence on May 6, at about 6.00 p.m. at No. 11, Moremi Line 10, Ile-Ife. Abdullahi said that the accused stabbed the complainant, Pastor Kayode Oluwawemimo, with broken bottle on the left hand and at the back during a disagreement.

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Heading to Montgomery? Make time for Atlanta's King sites
The memorial to lynching victims that just opened in Montgomery, Alabama, and a related museum are expected to attract thousands of visitors in the next year. Many of those travelers will fly or drive through Atlanta and might consider adding the city's Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park to their itinerary.

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Time to take a stand on poverty
Ten people were cited at the Iowa Capitol on Monday for refusing to leave the governor’s office when the building was about to close. It was the first of many acts of civil disobedience aimed to draw headlines and attention to poverty. The Iowa incident was one of many throughout the country that led to hundreds of citations and arrests.

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Heading to Montgomery? Make time for Atlanta's King sites
The memorial to lynching victims that just opened in Montgomery, Alabama, and a related museum are expected to attract thousands of visitors in the next year. Many of those travelers will fly or drive through Atlanta and might consider adding the city's Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park to their itinerary.

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39-year-old woman stabs pastor with broken bottle
A 39-year-old woman, Esther Olawale, was on Wednesday tried before an Ile-Ife Magistrates’ Court in Osun state for allegedly stabbing a pastor with broken bottle. Olawale is facing a count charge of assault. The prosecutor, Insp. Emmanuel Abdullahi, told the court that the accused committed the offence on May 6 at about 6.

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Heading to Montgomery? Make time for Atlanta's King sites Source: AP
ATLANTA (AP) - The memorial to lynching victims that just opened in Montgomery, Alabama, and a related museum are expected to attract thousands of visitors in the next year. Many of those travelers will fly or drive through Atlanta and might consider adding the city's Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park to their itinerary.

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Johnson: Amid divisiveness, we forget core of faith
Highlands pastor Chris Hodges Courtesy Church of the Highlands. I do not claim to be a Bible scholar, but I paid attention enough, for the most part, while sitting in church pew throughout most of my life, to boil God's deepest desires for us into two very simple instructions: Love Him. Love others as we want to be loved.

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St. Mark's Church lights up windows 39 mins ago
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - If you're driving through Buffalo's Parkside neighborhood after dusk, look up. The stained glass windows on the front of St. Mark's Church are lit. Father Joe Rogliano, who is the pastor at St. Mark's, says it hasn't been permanently lit like this for years.

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