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Cult leader? ‘Sinful Messiah’? 25 years after Waco, interest in David Koresh still strong
He said that just a few weeks ago, when he took a group of church history students to England, he stepped into a cab and the taxicab driver asked us where we were from, and so we told him. “And he said, ‘Oh, I remember that,’ and he went on with the story” of the Waco tragedy, Pitts said.

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Government yet to pay Matiba Sh1.5 billion for torture
Kenneth Matiba in this picture dated September 1987. [File, Standard] The State's delay to pay veteran politician Kenneth Matiba over Sh1 billion has brought to the fore the hurdles in the path of torture victims trying to get compensation. Matiba’s claims are among over Sh2 billion the Government....

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Why Matiba's doctor breached oath to talk about fears for his life
Mrs. Edith Matiba and Kenneth Matiba after he was released from derention, 1991. Senior Counsel Paul Muite recalled the ominous warning Jim Nesbitt, then Kenneth Matiba’s personal physician, gave him about the former Cabinet minister's deteriorating health.

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US pastor denies terror links as trial begins in Turkey
An American Christian pastor went on trial in Turkey on Monday on charges of aiding terror groups and spying against Turkey in a case that has raised tensions with Washington. Andrew Craig Brunson, a 50-year-old evangelical pastor from North Carolina, was arrested by Turkish authorities in October 2016 and charged with espionage.

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US pastor denies terror links, spying in Turkish court
Samuel Brownback, US Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, talks to members of the media outside the prison complex Aliaga, Izmir province, western Turkey, where jailed pastor Andrew Craig Brunson appeared on his trial at a court inside the complex, Monday, April 16, 2018.

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Cult leader? ‘Sinful Messiah’? 25 years after Waco, interest in David Koresh still strong
He said that just a few weeks ago, when he took a group of church history students to England, he stepped into a cab and the taxicab driver asked us where we were from, and so we told him. “And he said, ‘Oh, I remember that,’ and he went on with the story” of the Waco tragedy, Pitts said.

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CAISO: AG must protect citizens from pastor's "threats"
Collin Robinson CAISO Chairman and Leah Thompson Attorney at Law LGBT Community Activist. Photo: Roger Jacob. CAISO Executive Director Colin Robinson says it is the duty of the Attorney General to protect citizens from the threats of Reverend Victor Gill, who cautioned the ruling on the buggery law....

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Cult leader? ‘Sinful Messiah’? 25 years after Waco, interest in David Koresh still strong
He said that just a few weeks ago, when he took a group of church history students to England, he stepped into a cab and the taxicab driver asked us where we were from, and so we told him. “And he said, ‘Oh, I remember that,’ and he went on with the story” of the Waco tragedy, Pitts said.

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Cult leader? ‘Sinful Messiah’? 25 years after Waco, interest in David Koresh still strong
He said that just a few weeks ago, when he took a group of church history students to England, he stepped into a cab and the taxicab driver asked us where we were from, and so we told him. “And he said, ‘Oh, I remember that,’ and he went on with the story” of the Waco tragedy, Pitts said.

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Cult leader? ‘Sinful Messiah’? 25 years after Waco, interest in David Koresh still strong
He said that just a few weeks ago, when he took a group of church history students to England, he stepped into a cab and the taxicab driver asked us where we were from, and so we told him. “And he said, ‘Oh, I remember that,’ and he went on with the story” of the Waco tragedy, Pitts said.

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Cult leader? ‘Sinful Messiah’? 25 years after Waco, interest in David Koresh still strong
He said that just a few weeks ago, when he took a group of church history students to England, he stepped into a cab and the taxicab driver asked us where we were from, and so we told him. “And he said, ‘Oh, I remember that,’ and he went on with the story” of the Waco tragedy, Pitts said.

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Reuters: Relations between Turkey and U.S. under threat as long as pastor in jail
Aliaga. The relationship between the United States and Turkey is likely to come under pressure as long as a U.S. pastor remains in jail, a U.S. official responsible for international religious freedom said on Monday. A Turkish court on Monday began hearing allegations against Andrew Brunson, a....

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U.S. pastor denies terror links, spying in Turkish court
“I don’t accept any of the allegations or accusations,” the state-run Anadolu Agency quoted Brunson as telling the court in the town of Aliaga, some 60 kilometres north of the Aegean coastal city of Izmir. “I did not engage in any illegal activity. I had no relations with anyone engaged in such activity,” Brunson said.

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Detained US pastor rejects terror charges in Turkey trial
ALIAGA, Turkey — An American Christian pastor who has spent the last one and a half years in jail in Turkey strongly rejected terror-related charges on Monday as his trial got under way, in a case that has raised tensions with Washington. Andrew Brunson, who ran a Protestant church in the western....

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US pastor denies terror links, spying in Turkish court
A convoy of U.S. diplomatic vehicles is driven to the prison complex in Aliaga, Izmir province, western Turkey, where jailed US pastor Andrew Craig Brunson is held and is appearing on his trial at a court inside the complex, Monday, April 16, 2018. Brunson, 50, a US evangelical pastor from North....

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US pastor denies allegations of coup links as Turkey trial begins
An American Christian pastor being held in a Turkish prison on terrorism charges will remain in custody during his trial, a court has ruled. Andrew Brunson, an evangelical pastor from North Carolina, has been detained by Turkish authorities since October 2016.

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Pope Francis on Canadian soil: a moral must Michael W. Higgins
Michael W. Higgins is a distinguished professor of Catholic Thought at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. It was an unprecedented act. Never before in the history of the nation had the prime minister publicly — in the legislature and filmed for wide media distribution — delivered such a broadside against the Vatican.

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Kimberly A. Cope
Published in the Owatonna People's Press. Kimberly A. Cope Minneapolis—Kimberly Andrea Cope, 62, of Minneapolis died Monday, April 2, 2018 at her home of natural causes. She was born January 5, 1956 in Owatonna, Minnesota the daughter of Howard and Jeanette (Ahlers) Cope. She grew up in Owatonna and graduated from Owatonna High School in 1974.

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US pastor denies terror links, spying in Turkish court
A convoy of U.S. diplomatic vehicles is driven to the prison complex in Aliaga, Izmir province, western Turkey, where jailed US pastor Andrew Craig Brunson is held and is appearing on his trial at a court inside the complex, Monday, April 16, 2018. Brunson, 50, a US evangelical pastor from North....

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US Pastor's Terrorism Trial in Turkey Stokes Tensions
ISTANBUL — An American pastor detained for 18 months in Turkey went on trial Monday on terrorism and espionage charges, with prosecutors demanding a 35-year prison sentence. The case has become a focal point in U.S.-Turkish tensions. According to local media reports, Andrew Brunson broke down in....

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US pastor denies terror links, spying in Turkish court
Mehmet Guzel, The Associated Press. ALIAGA, Turkey (AP) " An American pastor on Monday denied accusations that he aided terror groups or spied against Turkey, speaking at the beginning of his trial in a case that has strained ties between Turkey and the United States.

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US pastor denies terror links, spying in Turkish court
Samuel Brownback, US Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, talks to members of the media outside the prison complex Aliaga, Izmir province, western Turkey, where jailed pastor Andrew Craig Brunson appeared on his trial at a court inside the complex, Monday, April 16, 2018.

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Turkish court rules US pastor will remain in custody amid coup trial
. Andrew Brunson was indicted with aiding group held responsible for coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, further straining US-Turkish relations. Reuters in Aliaga. Mon 16 Apr 2018 21.35 BST First published on Mon 16 Apr 2018 15.36 BST Andrew Brunson, an American pastor, was detained 18 months ago in Turkey.

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Youth pastor charged with child molestation
CLAYTON, Mo. – The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged a youth pastor at a Clayton church for having a sexual relationship with a minor. According to court documents, 30-year-old Andrew Dickson was charged April 9 with fourth-degree child molestation and two counts of second-degree statutory sodomy.

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GasLog Partners LP Announces Date for First-Quarter 2018 Results, Conference Call and Webcast
Monaco, April 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GasLog Partners LP ("GasLog Partners" or the "Partnership") (NYSE: GLOP) today announced that it will release its financial results for the first quarter of 2018 before the market opens on Friday, April 27, 2018. GasLog Partners will host a conference call to discuss its results at 8:30 a.

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US pastor denies terror links, spying in Turkish court
ALIAGA, Turkey (AP) — An American pastor on Monday denied accusations that he aided terror groups or spied against Turkey, speaking at the beginning of his trial in a case that has strained ties between Turkey and the United States. Andrew Craig Brunson, a 50-year-old evangelical pastor from North....

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