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Princeton Patch Week In Review
PRINCETON, NJ — You've got a lot going on in your life, and you don't always have time to log on. You might have missed something over the past few days, but Patch is here to get you caught up. Just click the headline to read the full story. PRINCETON, NJ — A Princeton man has been arrested in....

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How the World Is Marking the 500th Birthday of Protestantism
Five hundred years ago, an unknown monk named Martin Luther marched up to the church in Wittenberg, a small town in what is now Germany, and nailed a list of criticisms of the Catholic church to its door. The date was Oct. 31, 1517, and Luther had just lit the fuse of what would become the Protestant Reformation.

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Church News: Week of Oct. 28, 2017
“Tales From the Trenches: or Who is Teaching Whom?” is the topic at the 11 a.m. service at Prescott Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 945 Rancho Vista Drive, Prescott. That dynamic duo, Henry and Maria Flurry (also known as Sticks and Tones) will present a program alternating between music and....

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In Kenya election re-run, polling incomplete and next steps uncertain
Kenyans who boycotted a repeat presidential election voiced relief on Saturday after authorities indefinitely delayed further attempts to hold the vote in some opposition areas due to the risk of violence. But while the election board's decision stemmed the prospect of more clashes, it also pushed....

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Berri cables his Spanish counterpart in support of her country's unity
NNA - Speaker of the House, Nabih Berri, sent a cable Saturday to his Spanish counterpart, Ana Maria Pastor Julian, confirming Lebanon's support for Spain's unity. "On behalf of the Lebanese Parliament, I offer our sincere support for a united and strong Spain in confronting the dangers and....

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In Colombia: Fighting to farming: New life for ex-rebels
Felix Salcedo lost an arm fighting during Colombia's half-century civil war which ended in August. Today, he uses his remaining arm to grow pineapples. Like dozens of other former FARC guerrillas in his village, Salcedo is trying to earn a living legally after his rebel movement disarmed under a December peace deal with the government.

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In Kenya election re-run, polling incomplete and next steps uncertain
By Maggie Fick. KISUMU, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenyans who boycotted a repeat presidential election voiced relief on Saturday after authorities indefinitely delayed further attempts to hold the vote in some opposition areas due to the risk of violence. But while the election board's decision stemmed the....

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In Kenya election re-run, polling incomplete and next steps uncertain
Kenya ns who boycotted a repeat presidential election voiced relief on Saturday after authorities indefinitely delayed further attempts to hold the vote in some opposition areas due to the risk of violence. But while the election board's decision stemmed the prospect of more clashes, it also pushed....

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Buhari’s supporter’s laments lopsided appointment
As the 2019 re-election bid of President Muhammadu Buhari waxes stronger, his supporters under the aegis of the Buhari Support Organizations (BSO) has officially open an office in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) amidst lamentations of “lopsided appointments”.

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Tennessee church condemns upcoming 'White Lives Matter' protest (Video)
The First Baptist Church of Murfreesboro, Tennessee held an interfaith service on Friday night condemning planned 'White Lives Matter' protests by self-proclaimed white supremacists over the weekend. "The hateful ideologies of the white supremacists who plan to march on our square tomorrow are....

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Osinbajo blames elite for fueling ethnic, religious tension in Nigeria, says FG is fair in its appointments
- Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has blamed elite for ethnic and religious crises in Nigeria. - He said that the federal government has been fair in its appointments. - The professor of law also noted that Nigerian elite whether political or religious throw the ethnic card and draft the masses to their battle.

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Police hunting for politician accused of planning, financing Kawangware violence
On Friday night, several houses were burnt down, leaving tens of area residents homeless and property of unknown value destroyed, while similar incidents were reported on Thursday night, hours after the repeat presidential election/JOSEPH MURAYA. By NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 28 – Police are pursuing a....

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Church Directory 10/26
Missoula, MT (59801) Today. Sunny. High 61F. Winds light and variable.. Tonight. Clear skies. Low 37F. Winds light and variable. Updated: October 28, 2017 @ 3:53 am; 185 Golf Course Rd. Hamilton 363-2485 Pastor Doug Goodell Morning Worship 10am Bible Classes 11:15am • Wed Prayer 7pm 185 Golf Course Rd.

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A nascent experience: Next Level Church to hold inaugural Keene service Sunday
Next Level Church, a non-denominational Christian church founded in 2008 in Dover, is opening its 10th location at 570 Park Ave. The building previously housed Life Journey Church, which was officially dissolved in April of this year after the church decided to merge with Next Level Church, Pastor Cory Graves said.

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‘This is pure oppression’: Kenya gripped by tension as President Uhuru Kenyatta leads in disputed poll
Kenyans who boycotted a repeat presidential election voiced relief on Saturday after authorities indefinitely delayed further attempts to hold the vote in some opposition areas due to the risk of violence. But while the election board’s decision stemmed the prospect of more clashes, it also pushed....

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2 pastors sentenced to prison in Burma
RANGOON, Burma — A Burma court sentenced two ethnic Kachin Baptist pastors to prison terms Friday on charges of supporting rebels and defaming the military, their lawyers said. The two were detained by the army in northern Shan state in December after they were initially reported missing after heavy....

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10:45 AM
In this interview with Punch's Tunde Ajaja, she opens up on how she combined her academics with the home front as a wife and other issues: We learnt you took UTME seven times, what would you attribute that delay to? ‘All things work together for good to them that trust in the Lord’.

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Osinbajo VP says states should have more opportunities to develop themselves
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday declared his stand on the raging issue of restructuring of Nigeria, saying that he fully agreed that “states should have more opportunities to develop themselves’’. Osinbajo was speaking at a crowded Lagos conference, tagged: “Towards a Better Nigeria,’’ organised by leading Nigerian pastors.

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Polling incomplete and next steps uncertain in Kenya election re-run
Kisumu (Kenya): Kenyans who boycotted a repeat presidential election voiced relief on Saturday after authorities indefinitely delayed further attempts to hold the vote in some opposition areas due to the risk of violence. But while the election board's decision stemmed the prospect of more clashes,....

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What Nigeria must do to avoid war – Pastor Adeboye
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Worldwide, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has warned Nigerians to stop talking about war. Adeboye said Nigerians should concentrate on praying for the country instead of talking about war. Speaking through the Assistant General Overseer....

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States should have more opportunities to develop themselves, says Osinbajo. 51 mins ago Politics
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday declared his stand on the raging issue of restructuring of Nigeria, saying that he fully agreed that “states should have more opportunities to develop themselves’’. Osinbajo was speaking at a crowded Lagos conference, tagged: “Towards a Better Nigeria,’’ organised by leading Nigerian pastors.

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Man who repaired homes after Hurricane Harvey dies of flesh-eating bacteria
Philip Keiser, the local health authority for Galveston County, said in a news release published by the health district that the infection most likely occurred when bacteria from hurricane debris or floodwater entered the man's body through a wound or cut. Keiser told CNN that he has seen such infections spread over mere hours.

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Full Article: In Kenya election re-run, polling incomplete and next steps uncertain
People walk amid the remains of properties that were burnt by rioters in Kawangware slums in Nairobi, Kenya October 28, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas. By Maggie Fick. KISUMU, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenyans who boycotted a repeat presidential election voiced relief on Saturday after authorities indefinitely....

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Oldest member of Methodist church, new pastor ready for 145th anniversary
Mariah Simmons is not sure how long she has been a member of M.L. Harris United Methodist Church in Columbus, but she says it has been a long time. Simmons, who turned 100 on Oct. 12, said she started attending the church as a child. On the other hand, the Rev.

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In Kenya election re-run, polling incomplete and next steps uncertain
* Votes will not take place in 20 of 290 constituencies. * Residents speak of relief that delayed vote cancelled. * Legal challenge to rerun already lodged. By Maggie Fick. KISUMU, Kenya, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Kenyans who boycotted a repeat presidential election voiced relief on Saturday after....

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Sudanese police denies closure of church in Khartoum state
October 27, 2017 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese police Friday said it had closed a church in Khartoum state and temporarily arrested its priest after a conflict between its team members over the Pastoral Care Ministry and upon the request of its leaders. A police force stormed the Sudanese Church of....

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