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Historically black cemetery cleanup reveals unknown graves
NEW MARKET, Tenn. (AP) - Hundreds of graves belonging to slaves and military veterans have been revealed during a cleanup at a historically black cemetery in Tennessee. WBIR-TV reported on Friday that volunteers from Young's Memorial AME Zion Church in New Market are working to identify the graves and connect families to those buried.

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Rushville pastor faces new child molestation charge
Garry Evans. (Provided Photo/Rushville Police Department) Related Coverage RUSHVILLE, Ind. (IWISH) — A Rushville pastor last month arrested and charged with child molestation on Friday faced additional criminal charges. Rush County Prosecutor Phil Caviness said he filed a motion Friday to amend the charging information.

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Trending Now Who is Bowe Bergdahl? 9 things to know about the US soldier held captive by the Taliban for 5 years
The decision on Sergeant Bergdahl is a complete and total disgrace to our Country and to our Military. Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 3, 2017 Here are nine things to know about former American prisoner of war Bergdahl: He’s from Idaho. He was born in Sun Valley, Idaho, on March 28,....

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The residence of a newborn baby who reportedly performs miracles have been turned into some sort of a miracle healing centre in a community in Ondo State. The birth of a ‘wonder boy’, now being referred to as ‘Daddy Samuel’, and the things he's alleged to be doing for people were reported by earlier....

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Meriden church celebrates All Souls’ Day in public for first time
MERIDEN — For the first time at St. Rose of Lima Church, La Conmemoración de los Fieles Difuntos — The Commemoration of those Faithfully Departed — was celebrated together in public. Normally, parishioners at the Center Street church honor their loved ones through celebrations at home, but on....

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Southern Kaduna Crises: Fulanis and Kaninkon Natives undertake Joint Peace-building Process
The Peacebuilding workshop comes after a series of mediation efforts by the Global Peace Foundation which began in January 2017 culminated in the Kaninkon Peace and Reconciliation Meeting in June after the Chiefdom experienced several attacks resulting to killings and destruction of properties.

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The Tulip House in Bass Lake is the result of one woman's lifelong passion for design
Nancy Van Galder of Fresno says she is still owed money after she who bought a car through Scott Radtke of California Motoring Co., and agreed to let him sell her older car. Radtke, who has been charged with swindling customers, lenders and car suppliers.

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Churches on front lines of signature drives
BOSTON — The Rev. Robert Murray's politically active parishioners are trying to galvanize support for a constitutional amendment calling on lawmakers to ban public funding for abortions. Murray, pastor at St. James and Immaculate Conception Church in Salem, Massachusetts, welcomes them to use church....

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Destiny accused of stalling over charity status 1 hour ago The church is making a last-gasp effort to save two of its orgs from being stripped of their charitable status.
Destiny Church is making a last-gasp effort to save two of its organisations from being stripped of their charitable status. The controversial church had until Friday to deregister two charities for failing to file two years of annual financial reports.

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Zimbabwe police charge U.S. citizen with anti-government plot
By MacDonald Dzirutwe. HARARE (Reuters) - A U.S. citizen was charged on Friday with attempting to overthrow the Zimbabwean government, which carries a sentence of up to 20 years in jail, after police earlier accused her of insulting 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe.

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Fearing Checkpoints, Undocumented Immigrants Cut Off From Medical Care
Inocencia Garcia never, ever leaves Laredo—not for vacations, not for medical care. The wizened, soft-spoken woman has lived in Laredo — illegally — for 26 of her 67 years. Her U.S. born daughter is a Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient and public school teacher.

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Who is Bowe Bergdahl? 9 things to know about the US soldier held captive U.S. Army soldier Bowe Bergdahl, 31, will not face prison time for abandoning his outpost in 2009,
The decision on Sergeant Bergdahl is a complete and total disgrace to our Country and to our Military. Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 3, 2017 Here are nine things to know about former American prisoner of war Bergdahl: He’s from Idaho. He was born in Sun Valley, Idaho, on March 28,....

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Zimbabwe police charge U.S. citizen with anti-government plot
By MacDonald Dzirutwe. HARARE (Reuters) - A U.S. citizen was charged on Friday with attempting to overthrow the Zimbabwean government, which carries a sentence of up to 20 years in jail, after police earlier accused her of insulting 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe.

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Rizzo statue's departure stirs old fears
“In my neighborhood, we were afraid of the cops and they were Rizzo’s cops,” said the artist and community activist, who grew up in the city’s Spring Garden section. “We were constantly harassed by the police.” He remembers being 7 or 8, playing with friends inside an abandoned house, when the....

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Trending Now Who is Bowe Bergdahl? 9 things to know about the US soldier held captive by the Taliban for 5 years
The decision on Sergeant Bergdahl is a complete and total disgrace to our Country and to our Military. Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 3, 2017 Here are nine things to know about former American prisoner of war Bergdahl: He’s from Idaho. He was born in Sun Valley, Idaho, on March 28,....

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The Walnut a welcome addition to Western Gateway dining scene
The building at 1417 Walnut Street has changed hands over the last century, but the 1920s-era brick façade never lost its charm. From housing a tire and battery company at its advent to its current reimagination as Walnut Street’s newest eatery – aptly named The Walnut – you can’t mistake the building’s history.

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The Local: 'End this terrible situation': Former Catalan business minister leaves jail after paying bond
Barcelona. Catalonia's former business minister Santi Vila has called for political forces in Spain to "end the terrible situation that has resulted in politicians being imprisoned" after leaving a detention centre in Madrid on bail, The Local writes. On Thursday a Spanish judge ordered the....

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St. Louis black leaders urge boycott of Target, other stores new
The Rev. Dinah Tatman, center, with Greater New Vision Ministries, Inc., announces details of a new economic boycott as Rev. Ronald Bobo, left, pastor of West Side Missionary Baptist Church and Minister Donald Muhammad, look on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in St. Louis, Mo. (Christian Gooden/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP) ST.

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Cleveland police investigating rape complaint against Cleveland Municipal Court judge...
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland police are investigating a rape complaint against Michael Nelson, a candidate for Cleveland Municipal Court judge and former president of the Cleveland NAACP, according to a police report. Nelson has not been charged in connection with the case. The complaint was made to Cleveland police on Oct.

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The $5 million Cincinnati election: Why so much?
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley raised more money by far than anyone else seeking office in the city this year, collecting almost half the $5.1 million raised by the 26 candidates running. Cranley's haul is the largest since the city began directly electing mayors in 2001. His $2.

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St. Louis black leaders urge boycott of Target, other stores new
The Rev. Dinah Tatman, center, with Greater New Vision Ministries, Inc., announces details of a new economic boycott as Rev. Ronald Bobo, left, pastor of West Side Missionary Baptist Church and Minister Donald Muhammad, look on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in St. Louis, Mo. (Christian Gooden/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP) ST.

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St. Louis black leaders urge boycott of Target, other stores new
The Rev. Dinah Tatman, center, with Greater New Vision Ministries, Inc., announces details of a new economic boycott as Rev. Ronald Bobo, left, pastor of West Side Missionary Baptist Church and Minister Donald Muhammad, look on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in St. Louis, Mo. (Christian Gooden/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP) ST.

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PRINCETON: Group files plans to renovate Paul Robeson house
A nonprofit group wants to the renovate the more than 150-year-old home on Witherspoon Street where social activist and entertainer Paul Robeson was born and turn it into a community space and short-term lodging place. The “The Paul Robeson House,” a group made up of residents, including local....

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Patriarchal Loss: Toyin Abraham, Mercy Aigbe Lose Fathers
Fathers are said to be our mirrors. They are the ones you continually look up to; no matter how tall you grow. Thus, the loss of a father comes with an exquisite pain that even time never heals perfectly. In the last couple of weeks, two of Nollywood’s best, Toyin Abraham and Mercy Aigbe lost their....

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Churches on front lines of signature drives calling for ban on publicly funded abortions
BOSTON -- The Rev. Robert Murray's politically active parishioners are trying to galvanize support for a constitutional amendment calling on lawmakers to ban public funding for abortions. Murray, pastor at St. James and Immaculate Conception Church in Salem, welcomes them to use church property to....

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St. Louis black leaders urge boycott of Target, other stores new
The Rev. Dinah Tatman, center, with Greater New Vision Ministries, Inc., announces details of a new economic boycott as Rev. Ronald Bobo, left, pastor of West Side Missionary Baptist Church and Minister Donald Muhammad, look on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in St. Louis, Mo. (Christian Gooden/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP) ST.

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