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Protesters break windows in St. Louis; police make multiple arrests
ST. LOUIS — About 1,000 people gathered outside the St. Louis Police Department on the third consecutive day of demonstrations in the city following the acquittal of former officer Jason Stockley. The protests started peacefully but by 8 p.m., a small group had marched downtown, breaking several....

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Texas 15 mins ago 6:03 a.m. Protesters rally against removal of Confederate statue in Dallas
DALLAS - About 100 people showed up for the rally Saturday at Lee Park, protesting the removal of the massive statue to Gen. Robert E. Lee. The crowd was much less than the 300 that organizers had told police they expected. Protestors carried Texas flags and Confederate battle flags.

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The world as we know it is about to end — again — if you believe this biblical doomsday claim
Sept. 23 is 33 days since the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, seen here over Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Some people believe that is significant. (George Frey/Getty Images) A few years ago, NASA senior space scientist David Morrison debunked an apocalyptic claim as a hoax. No, there’s no such thing as a planet called Nibiru, he said .

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After Harvey, a family throws away their past, piece by piece Los Angeles Times 21 mins ago
PORT ARTHUR, Texas — The past piled up on the side of the road, stuffed into black trash bags stacked on top of soggy furniture and moldy mattresses. There was the still-crisp blue blazer and dress — with matching purse — that Corinth Williams got her grandmother for her birthday in July. Mold had crept into the sleeves.

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Obituaries for Monday, September 18, 2017
He was born on March 23, 1927. He was preceded in death by his wife Kikumi Fujita. Friends may visit the family on Friday, Sept. 22, at Eleele Episcopal Church from 9 a.m. Services will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Inurnment will be at Kauai Veterans Cemetery. The family suggests casual attire.

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A Current Affair
A 25-year-old man has been charged with murder after the body of his mother, Lanell Latta, was found in their Sydney home. A Coburg man has been released without charge after a street race turned deadly in Melbourne’s east. The former president of the NSW RSL, Don Rowe, has admitted he was....

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Nigerian pastor to be hanged after setting church members alight
A Nigerian pastor is on death row after dousing several church members in petrol and setting them ablaze. One congregant died as a result and Emeka Ezeuko, known as Reverend King by his followers, was sentenced on Thursday to death by hanging. Nigeria is ranked 12th on a new list of countries....

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PICTURES: ANOTHER WIFE KILLER LINKED TO TB JOSHUA: As Police Investigation Shows Lawyer Visited SCOAN 20 Times Since 2009
Paul Magu’s passport indicates he had traveled to Nigeria over 20 times since 2009 to attend T.B Joshua’s church before killing his wife. As revelations on the Mutare killer husband, Elisha Murimba whose body was yesterday found hanging after killing his wife earlier last week emerge, details have....

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9:30 AM
A young man identified as Alvin is lucky to be alive after he was left bloodied following a gruesome fight with another guy named Omo in Sapele area of Delta state. Unfortunately, according to Sapele Oghenek who shared the update, Omo engaged in a bloody fight with Alvin over N70, leaving him seriously injured.

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After Hurricane Harvey, a family throws away their past, piece by moldy piece
"I'm going to try and replant it and grow it," she said. "This plant is as old as me." Down the street in badly hit Port Arthur, neighbors were doing the same thing. Wearing masks and gloves, they created snowdrift-like heaps of trash, throwing away things that marked moments in their lives.

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Labor's digital spokesman quits Twitter Labor frontbencher Ed Husic has said goodbye to Twitter and is embracing other social media. 22 minutes ago
Complaints against a controversial lamb ad featuring a variety of religious deities and prophets have been dismissed by the Advertising Standards Bureau. Nicole Kidman refused to be drawn on whether there will be a second series of Big Little Lies after it routed rivals at the Emmys.

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FG behind robbery in Jonathan’s house – Niger Delta group
…Demands apology to clear ex-First Family’s name From: Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja. Some youth leaders from Niger Delta region have alleged that contrary to what the authorities had put out to the public that former President Goodluck Jonathan’s house was not robbed in July, it was an indirect way....

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8:14 AM
Teach your son courage. Courage encompasses both moral bravery (the ability to the do what’s right even when faced with popular opposition, discouragement, or shame) and physical bravery (boldly taking risks in the face of pain, hardship, or threats). A public figure whose life exemplified courage....

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Pastor Robert Jeffress: 'God is not an open borders guy'
Megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress has said 'God is not an open borders guy' as he tried to justify Donald Trump's rescinding of the DACA immigration programme. Jeffress, head of First Baptist Dallas church and one of the president's top evangelical advisers, said 'Christian compassion' needed to be....

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Delbert Bowman
VALLONIA. Delbert Bowman, 94, of Vallonia, died at 5:55 a.m. Saturday, September 16, 2017 at Schneck Medical Center. He had been seriously ill for one week. He was of the Baptist faith and a WWII Army Veteran. He worked and retired as a welder at Arvins Industries. He loved to play guitars and enjoyed hunting.

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Prodigal K-pop composer enlists Marine Corps
By Ko Dong-hwan K-pop duo band Akdong Musician's composer and singer Lee Chan-hyuk, often regarded as a musical prodigy, enlisted in the Marine Corps on Monday. The star, 21, who plays with his younger sister Su-hyun, entered a training center in Pohang, North Gyeongsang Province.

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Stakeholders lament absence of law on ozone layer protection
On the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, stakeholders in Edo State have expressed concerns that 30 years after the Montreal Protocol, Nigeria was yet to enact a legislation to protect the ozone layer. The stakeholders comprising the National Association of Refrigeration and....

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Valley Ahwatukee Foothills church finds new home, moves 600-pound historic cross Ahwatukee Foothills church finds new home, moves 600-pound historic cross An Ahwatuee Foothills church that had to relocate due to construction of the 202 South Mountain Free
AHWATUKEE, Ariz. - For more than 20 years, Mountain Park Church stood at the corner of Pecos Road and 24th Street-- until Sunday. More than 1,000 parishioners showed up and accompanied a 600-pound cross, the symbolic heart of the church, to its new location more than three miles away.

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PICS: #KZNstorm wreak havoc, people homeless
Durban - Disaster management teams have been activated around the province after gale-force winds left three people injured and buildings damaged. According to the Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta), teams responded to incidents in Ugu, eThekwini and Ladysmith.

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Evil act
She noted that the situation is one that hurts the entire church community, but that her pastor's efforts spoke volumes as chairs, piano and multimedia screens were all in place, “as if nothing happened”. “Father was able to do everything; the fact that father said we are a church wherever we are, that really brought us back home.

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Whatley, Leo B.
Leo B. WhatleyMarch 8, 1934 - Sept. 16, 2017Leo Burl Whatley, 83, passed away Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. Funeral services will be 1 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 20, at Pecan Grove Funeral Home, 3124 Robinson Drive, Waco, with Pastor Wayne Blackshear officiating. Burial will follow at Waco Memorial Park. The family will receive visitors 6 to 8 p.

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Abuja: The return of the natives
Monday Column by Emmanuel Yawe. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it | 08024565402. After General Murtala Mohammed sacked General Yakubu Gowon as Head of State in 1975, the difference between the two personalities was clear. General Gowon sedated Nigerians with long winding, endless speeches. Murtala never gave speeches; he thundered.

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Community gathers to honor missing cyclist
Hundreds gathered outside Palmer Lake Town Hall Sunday night to remember Tim Watkins. Watkins was reported missing after no one had seen or heard from him since Thursday, when he left to go cycling near Mount Herman. After search and rescue efforts, a body was found near Mt. Herman on Sunday.

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Stakeholders lament Nigeria’s refusal to enact law on Montreal protocol
Stakeholders in Edo state on the International Day for the preservation of the Ozone Layer, have expressed concerns that 30 years after the Montreal Protocol, Nigeria was yet to enact legislation, like many countries in the world to protect the ozone layer.

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Latest News
The Rev. Patrick McDermott, who served as assistant pastor or pastor for parishes in Biloxi, Pascagoula and Gulfport, passed away Sunday at age 77. Mississippi State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald has been saying for months that he thought the Bulldogs had the talent to be one of the top teams in the Southeastern Conference.

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South Mississippi
One-hour documentary on Vietnam veterans, including several from the Mississippi Gulf Coast, will premiere at 10 p.m. Sunday on New Orleans PBS station WYES. In light of recent hacks, some residents question the amount of information Jackson County is asking for on voter confirmation cards. Jeff Clark is a staff writer for the Sun Herald.

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