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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
By ANDREW DeMILLO Associated Press. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas judge who was barred from considering any execution-related cases after blocking the use of a lethal injection drug and participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration is suing the state's highest court, saying justices violated his constitutional rights.

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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
By ANDREW DeMILLO Associated Press. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas judge who was barred from considering any execution-related cases after blocking the use of a lethal injection drug and participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration is suing the state's highest court, saying justices violated his constitutional rights.

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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
By ANDREW DeMILLO Associated Press. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas judge who was barred from considering any execution-related cases after blocking the use of a lethal injection drug and participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration is suing the state's highest court, saying justices violated his constitutional rights.

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Springfield students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
“To take a month where we kind of celebrate how beautiful our culture is and our heritage, it’s an opportunity for us to speak to our children, read to them in Spanish,” said Eli Serrano, a local pastor and volunteer reader. He added, “Whenever we have an opportunity to give back, that’s what we do.

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Syracuse Catholic church to close after final mass this Saturday
Syracuse, N.Y. -- Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Syracuse's Valley neighborhood will be closing its doors after a final mass this Saturday. The church is being combined with St. James Church on South Salina Street in Syracuse. The church will become "Our Lady of Hope." The pastor at Lourdes, Rev.

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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
By ANDREW DeMILLO Associated Press. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas judge who was barred from considering any execution-related cases after blocking the use of a lethal injection drug and participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration is suing the state's highest court, saying justices violated his constitutional rights.

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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
"Judge Griffen has been materially harmed by the loss of prestige, job satisfaction, and job duties suffered as a result of the Arkansas Supreme Court's Order, by virtue of being barred and disqualified, forever, from hearing the most serious cases a judge can hear in Arkansas," attorneys for the judge said in the lawsuit.

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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. An Arkansas judge who was barred from considering any execution-related cases after blocking the use of a lethal injection drug and participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration is suing the state’s highest court, saying justices violated his constitutional rights.

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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
"Judge Griffen has been materially harmed by the loss of prestige, job satisfaction, and job duties suffered as a result of the Arkansas Supreme Court's Order, by virtue of being barred and disqualified, forever, from hearing the most serious cases a judge can hear in Arkansas," attorneys for the judge said in the lawsuit.

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These taco recipes will nudge you out of your comfort zone
Editor's note: This post was published Sept. 15, 2015. We're bringing it back in celebration of National Taco Day. Dallas’ love for tacos is growing stronger — and crazier, as wildly different styles win diners’ devotion. From Dallas to Fort Worth, you’ll find more taquerias than ever serving righteous Mexican street tacos.

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Popular Ghanaian actor turned pastor, Majid Michel has warned the youths to desist from mast-urbation, explaining that though it may not be found in the bible, but it is completely a sinful act. Majid while speaking in an interview on Star FM's Chat on Wednesday, confessed that he was formerly in love with the dirty act when he was far younger.

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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. An Arkansas judge who was barred from considering any execution-related cases after blocking the use of a lethal injection drug and participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration is suing the state’s highest court, saying justices violated his constitutional rights.

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Arkansas judge barred from execution cases sues high court
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. An Arkansas judge who was barred from considering any execution-related cases after blocking the use of a lethal injection drug and participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration is suing the state’s highest court, saying justices violated his constitutional rights.

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Pope Francis, Franklin Graham join church leaders after worst shooting in US history #PrayforLasVegas
Videos posted on social media show automatic gunfire spraying 22,000 people gathered for a country music festival on the Las Vegas strip where artist Jason Aldean was playing. Police said they found more than ten guns in Paddock's hotel room, where he had been staying since September 28.

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'I'm not expecting less than $50 million': Diamond found by pastor about to be sold
One of the world's 20 largest diamonds, discovered by a pastor from Sierra Leone, is about to be auctioned in Antwerp, Belgium. Pastor Emmanuel Momoh, 39, unearthed the 709.41-carat diamond in the Kono district of Sierra Leone. It is the second largest diamond ever found in that country.

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Patheos invite Mark Driscoll to blog on their site
Please don't give a platform to Mark Driscoll! This does damage to abuse survivors. If he's repentant he would stay out of the spotlight. — Mike Sloan (@mikeasloan) October 3, 2017 Why would you lend your platform to such a goldbricking charlatan? — Chubbs Olson (@ChubbsOlson) October 3, 2017....

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WATCH: Mugabe death countdown: 17 October 2017 is d-day for Mugabe
Zimbabwean pastor Phillip Mugadza has failed in his bid to get the country's top court to throw out charges against him for prophesying that President Robert Mugabe will die later this month. He got into trouble after predicting in January that Mr Mugabe, 93, would die on 17 October.

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Some Las Vegas victims died with family, friends at side
'FRAMILY' GROUP MISSING A MEMBER. Nicol Kimura, 38, went to the festival with a group of seven men and women who call themselves "framily" — friends who are like family. She was fatally shot seconds after the gunfire began, said Ryan Miller, a businessman and pastor who is part of the group.

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Friend says Vegas mass shooting victim needs all the prayers he can get
LAS VEGAS (WKRN) – A family friend of one of the hundreds of people injured in a mass shooting in Las Vegas over the weekend said the man needs all the prayers he can get. Jason McMillan has a connection to the Volunteer State – his father lives in Big Sandy, Tennessee, about 110 miles west of Nashville.

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SUTHERLAND, Ia. — The town's electronic welcome sign scrolled a new, painful message Wednesday. “RIP Carly.” It was a sentiment echoed by most everyone in this small town of 600 souls: Rest in peace, Carly Kreibaum. Kreibaum, 33, was remembered Wednesday as a well-liked mother of two young children who married a Sutherland man, Chris Kreibaum.

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Husband charged with murder of city pastor
Drake Mugisha, the estranged husband of deceased city pastor Maggie Mutesi, on Wednesday appeared before the Nyarugenge Intermediate Court in Nyamirambo where he was charged with the murder of his wife. Mutesi, known for leading monthly pastors’ prayer meetings at Kigali Serena Hotel, was found dead....

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Chief Justice rebukes overzealous lawyers
Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter CHIEF JUSTICE Luke Malaba has criticised lawyers bringing needless cases to the Constitutional Court as a tactic to shield their clients from facing trial in the magistrates’ courts, insisting this will not work in his court.

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Depew church celebrates 15 years
Centerpointe Community Church is located at 56 Burlington Ave. in Depew. Photo by Maria Pericozzi Centerpointe, a nondenominational church in Depew, celebrated its 15th anniversary mid-September, with a special service and gathering. Pastor Michael Nieves said he started the church in 2002 with two other pastors, no money, and no place to stay.

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How the WWI Harlem Hellfighters fought the Germans and introduced jazz to the French
Charlotte Fairchild Little was one of the first well-known women photographers in New York. From her lavish studio at 5 East 47th St., she began by photographing debutantes, but soon moved to actors and dancers, often in bohemian settings. Her artistic, sometimes exotic photos dominated Vanity Fair and The Theatre from 1917 to 1926.

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Some Las Vegas victims died with family, friends at side
'FRAMILY' GROUP MISSING A MEMBER. Nicol Kimura, 38, went to the festival with a group of seven men and women who call themselves "framily" — friends who are like family. She was fatally shot seconds after the gunfire began, said Ryan Miller, a businessman and pastor who is part of the group.

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Foreign speakers: Onus on religious groups?
Religious groups in Singapore could be held responsible for hiring or inviting foreign speakers who incite religious tensions. Observers told The Straits Times this is one possible change to the Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act (MRHA), which is currently being reviewed by the Government.

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