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Yosi Miti on Zambian Watchdog
This is as reported by the Zambian Watchdog yesterday, 4th February, 2018. We all know that the Zambian Watchdog operates in obscurity with a known agenda of installing thier prefered person as the President of our Country. While i appreciate what they did for me four years ago in 2014 by exposing....

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ST MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH
Waco, TX (76701) Today. Showers late. Tonight. Considerable cloudiness. Occasional rain showers after midnight. Low 38F. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%. Updated: February 5, 2018 @ 10:51 pm; ELCA A Welcoming Community Of Word & Sacrament Pastor Paul Krupicka 800 N. New Road . . . . . .

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Flora Lou Henry
CLIFFORD. Flora Lou Henry passed from this life at 4:10 p.m. Saturday, February 3, 2018, at Our Hospice of South Central Indiana Inpatient Facility. Flora was born October 11, 1922, in Jackson County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Leander and Lydia Bingham. She married Virgil R. Henry on June 12, 1948.

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Pastor upset over Taal issue
Pastor Andrew September is seen before he handed over a memorandum to the office of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings in which he asked the African National Congress (ANC) to stop discriminating against him and other Afrikaans speaking people.

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Sabido, Jose Hernan
Jose Hernan SabidoJune 9, 1931 - Feb. 4, 2018Jose Hernan Sabido, 86, went home to be with his Lord February 4, 2018.A celebration of his life will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 7, at Viento Fuerte Church, with Pastor Tom Gutierrez as officiant. Burial will follow in Waco Memorial Park.

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Thief Breaks Into Pastor's Home, Steals Safe And Gun
CHICKASHA, Oklahoma - Close to $2,500 is gone, and a loaded gun is missing out of Chickasha. Pastor Alice Wendling says she went to church Sunday night with her husband Buddy around 6:00 P.M., and when they got home three hours later their garage door had been kicked-in.

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Jamaican Government’s ban of controversial US preacher saluted
KINGSTON, Jamaica--Human rights activists, online campaigners – and many other Jamaicans – were pleased with the Government’s recent decision to deny entry to American fundamentalist pastor Steven Anderson. While concerns regarding free speech linger, it was not just the lesbian, gay, bisexual,....

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Winning Super Bowl QB Nick Foles has higher calling as a pastor after football
. By: Christabel Duah, Rare.us Updated: Feb 5, 2018 - 8:38 PM. In an interview with FOX 29 days before the Eagles’ stunning 41-33 upset over the New England Patriots, Foles the Philly’s QB opened up about his post-football plans. Scroll down to continue reading. More news from KIRO 7 “I want to be a pastor in a high school,” Foles said Thursday.

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Investigators search for motive behind murder-suicide in St. Louis Hills
Police identified them Monday as 33-year-old Matthew Trokey, 32-year-old wife Mary Jo Trokey, and 3-month-old Taylor Rose. The neighborhood remained shaken with people adding to a memorial at the family's doorstep on Kinsey near Childress. The pastor of St.

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Peter Colapietro, ‘Saloon Priest’ Who Ministered to Lowly and Mighty, Dies at 69
The Rev. Peter M. Colapietro, a Roman Catholic priest whose late-night presence as a regular at celebrity hangouts contrasted with his low-key work in parishes in Manhattan, died Monday night. He was 69. The cause was emphysema, said Dr. Joseph Platania, his cardiologist. He had been in a rehabilitation facility for about a year.

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Church and State? Hungarian Religious Leaders’ Recent, Controversial Endorsements of Political Figures
In the past several months, the issue of religious leaders becoming involved in the upcoming April parliamentary elections has become a cause of heated debate in Hungarian political life. This week, Slomó Köves, rabbi and head of the Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation expressed regret for his....

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Man with cerebral palsy graduates in Computer Science
Samson Folarin. About 14,771 graduates of the National Open University Nigeria, Abuja were awarded degrees in various disciplines during the last convocation ceremony of the institution. One of them is Joshua Sopeju, who studied Computer Science. Sopeju clearly stood out in the crowd for his....

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Veterans' Voices: Robert Campbell
If you’ve lived in Central Texas any length of time, you might recognize the name of Robert L. Campbell. That’s because Campbell, 74, served as mayor of Crawford during former President George W. Bush’s time in the White House. Still residing in Troy today, there’s more to Campbell than serving as....

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Local News
Former Catholic priest W. Thomas Faucher faces 11 felony charges and will appear in Ada County court on Monday afternoon, according to Boise law enforcement officials. The owner of Boise’s Pho Le restaurant on Broadway Avenue says he is almost ready to open a Vietnamese food store and food court in southwest Boise.

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Latest News
Boise-based outdoors writer Michael Lanza of The Big Outside explains why it’s so important for him to share the wilderness with his kids, even though at times he’s fearful of the problems that could arise. Sometimes, the fish steals your fishing rod. And if you’re really lucky, you’ll catch them both later.

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In a tough sports town, baptisms and Bible studies fuel many of the Eagles’ stars
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz throws before the NFL Super Bowl 52 football game against the New England Patriots Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum) Carson Wentz, quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, wants you to tune in on Super Bowl Sunday. Before that, he’d like to visit your church.

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Crowd of about 175 supports local, national DACA young people
Linda Ventura, a junior psychology major and winner of three scholarships helping her attend IUPUC, tearfully acknowledged that she is “absolutely terrified” of being sent out of the United States when the only substantial life she has known has been in Columbus since she came here at age 7 from Mexico with her mother.

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Does Vallas have a path to victory against Emanuel?
Paul Vallas earned the nickname “Dr. Yes” during his days as city revenue director, budget director and Chicago Public Schools CEO under former Mayor Richard M. Daley. “He said ‘yes’ to anything anybody ever asked for,” then found a way to pay for it, a former colleague said. Now, Dr.

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2 Killed, 116 hurt when Amtrak train crashes into stationary freight train
By Ralph Ellis, Nicole Chavez and Dakin Andone CNN (CNN) -- Two people were killed and 116 were injured when an Amtrak passenger train was diverted off the main track onto a rail siding and crashed into a stationary freight train in South Carolina, an NTSB official said Sunday afternoon.

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Sanford pastor says daughter injured in drive-by shooting
A pastor says his daughter was injured in a drive-by shooting on Friday. Shawn Williams said his daughter was inside her Sanford home on James Street when bullets started coming through. "Basically, my wife notified me," said Williams. "I was still at work [when I found out] that my daughter was shot.

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Read more about ‘Nigeria should return to ideological politics’
Ayo Afolabi, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), is 70 today. He spoke with ADEBISI OLADELE on his foray into politics and vision for a better society. How do you feel at 70? I tend to dispute it even with myself that I have attained the age of 70. I feel very young, I feel agile, I feel I have to keep going on.

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Topeka church to hold 'Night to Shine' event for people with special needs
Phil Anderson Philreports. A Topeka church is collaborating with the Tim Tebow Foundation to hold a prom for people with special needs. The "Night to Shine" prom is set for 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9, at Grace Community Church, 4300 S.W. Burlingame Road.The event is designed for people ages 14 and older who have special needs.

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2 Killed, 116 hurt when Amtrak train crashes into stationary freight train
By Ralph Ellis, Nicole Chavez and Dakin Andone CNN (CNN) -- Two people were killed and 116 were injured when an Amtrak passenger train was diverted off the main track onto a rail siding and crashed into a stationary freight train in South Carolina, an NTSB official said Sunday afternoon.

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Disfellowshipped church members vote to remove Lexington pastor
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - A group of former members of Southern Acres Christian Church held a vote on Sunday to try and get pastor Cameron McDonald to resign. The members came up with a resolution two weeks ago that members voted on today at Meadowthorpe Park, asking the pastor to resign if his members voted that way.

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Two killed in crash involving Amtrak train, freight train 3 Mins Two people were killed in a crash involving a freight train and an Amtrak passenger train early Sunday in South Carolina, authorities said.
(CNN) - Two people were killed in a crash involving a freight train and an Amtrak passenger train early Sunday in South Carolina, authorities said. Amtrak Train 91 was traveling between New York and Miami with 147 people aboard when it collided with a CSX freight train in Cayce at about 2:35 a.m.

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Costa Ricans go to polls to elect new president
SAN JOSE, Feb. 4 (Xinhua) -- Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis on Sunday urged eligible voters to go to the polls to "express the opinion of the citizenry" in the general elections. "Go out and vote," Solis said as he cast his ballot at a local school in downtown San Jose at 7:30 a.m.

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