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Protests over Franklin Graham Blackpool visit build as hundreds sign petition
Hundreds of people are signing a petition to block Franklin Graham, son of famous evangelist Billy Graham, from speaking at an event in Blackpool next year. Graham, who is an outspoken supporter of Donald Trump and vociferously opposes gay marriage and Islam, is due to speak at the town's Winter....

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A Local Church Is Driving Food Donations To Texas
Have you seen a delivery truck parked near St. James in Falls Church? The church is collecting and driving food donations to Texas. FALLS CHURCH, VA—If you drive past the intersection of Spring and Park Streets in Falls Church, a moving truck is parked in the lawn near St. James Catholic Church.

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Shotspotter : Sacto 911
Sept. 08 --Four young people were killed within 700 feet of each other on a street in south Sacramento in the last months of 2015 and early 2016, according to Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna. "It's kind of the poster child circumstance for why we need as much help as we can acquire," Serna....

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MP acts to dispel shelter stigma
CENTREVILLE MP Reece Chipman and his family will weather Hurricane Irma in a designated shelter in his constituency, a press release from the politician announced. Mr Chipman said he wants to show area residents the seriousness of this storm and also to get rid of the stigma of shelters only being used by the less fortunate.

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Sema'j Crosby Group Displeased With Will County Police
JOLIET, IL - About 30 people came to the Will County Courthouse on Thursday for a rally mobilized by the Justice for Sema'j Crosby Action Team. Lots of emotions, pain and frustration weighed on their minds. Back in April, the little girl's body was found underneath a couch at a filthy home in Preston Heights.

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Wonders Shall Never End!! Nigerian Pastor Allegedly Resurrects, Days After Being Declared Dead...See Shocking Details
According to reports on Facebook, A Salvation Ministries pastor, Wokoma David who was declared dead on Monday and taken to the mortuary, woke up three days later when his wife and some pastors went there to pray. Read their story below... Facebook user, Itz Mhiz Anny wrote; DEAD MAN JACK BACK TO LIFE.

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Rondebosch pastor arrested for child porn
Fri, 08 Sep 2017 3:01 PM Credit:Stock A 26-year-old youth pastor from a Rondebosch church has been arrested on child pornography charges. He was reported to police last month by the parents of a 14-year-old who was allegedly a victim. The pastor was arrested on the church premises earlier this week.

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Delaware city struggles as a gun plague afflicts its youth
Her 18-year-old stepson — William Rollins VI, known as Lil Bill — had been gunned down two years before, another victim of Wilmington's plague of teens shooting teens. His shooter was 17. Wilmington isn't Chicago or Los Angeles, Baltimore or Detroit. It is a city of less than 72,000 people known....

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Nigerian pastor allegedly resurrects, days after being declared dead
DEAD MAN JACK BACK TO LIFE Wokoma David is a pastor in salvation ministries and also the presiding pastor of igwuruta satellite church.... He was pronounced dead on Monday and was push to the mortuary and was fully embalmed... On Wednesday the wife and some pastors went to pray and praise God @UPTH....

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OPED: Let's work to expand voting rights
Next week, a who's who of voting rights foes will meet in New Hampshire for the second convening of what President Donald Trump calls his Election Integrity Commission. After years of whipping up hysteria about mass illegal voting that simply doesn't exist, far-right activists now have the official....

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eNCA | Durban pastor denied bail again
JOHANNESBURG – The controversial Durban-based pastor accused of sexually assaulting more than 30 girls has been denied bail for the second time by the Port Elizabeth Magistrate's court. Magistrate Thandeka Mashiyi found that the pastor failed to present new facts.

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Nigerian pastor’s second bail bid fails in PE court
A Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault, the rape of young girls and for being in South Africa illegally was refused bail for the second time in the Port Elizabeth Magistrates’ Court on Friday. The televangelist brought a fresh bail application based on new facts.

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Delaware city struggles as a gun plague afflicts its youth
Single-parent families live packed together in old-style housing projects or dilapidated brick row houses. Already separated from the more prosperous parts of town, Wilmington's poorer and largely black neighborhoods are divided physically by Interstate 95, which bisects the city, and by cliques....

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Blood clot and surgery leave Columbia Central athlete on sidelines with new appreciation
One proved fairly minor, while the other was anything but. On the final day of his freshman year, he and some friends were trying to recreate the animated game "Fruit Ninja" - a game during which fruit falls from the top of one's phone screen and the user swipes the phone in an attempt to slice it and earn points.

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Labor Day breakfast
Janel and her family were among the hundreds of people who flowed through the Parish Hall to enjoy the Lihue United Church 39th Labor Day Breakfast on Monday. “I did the marathon, yesterday,” said Derek Kawakami. “This morning, I went surfing with Maunakea Trask on the South Shore before getting here.

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Red Carpet event Saturday in Ocean Springs will recognize gospel musicians
Cotten said she wants to bring that type of recognition to Mississippi artists through the Gulf Coast Gospel Music Awards. “I know so many songwriters and singers and local talent,” she said. “I want to bring that red-carpet, stellar Grammy experience home to the Gulf Coast so people can experience it.

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WATCH: Joy as Nigerian pastor's second bail bid fails
Port Elizabeth - A Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault, the rape of young girls and for being in South Africa illegally, was refused bail for the second time round in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate's Court on Friday. The televangelist brought a fresh bail application based on new facts.

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A scam pretending to be the CKNW Orphans’ Fund is targeting American churches
A scam claiming to be part of the CKNW Orphans’ Fund is circulating around churches in the U.S. Ryan Cramer, a pastor with St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Foley, Alabama received an e-mail the afternoon of Sep. 6. “It said that they wanted to send people into orphanages to give gifts to children.

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A scam pretending to be the CKNW Orphans’ Fund is targeting American churches
A scam claiming to be part of the CKNW Orphans’ Fund is circulating around churches in the U.S. Ryan Cramer, a pastor with St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Foley, Alabama received an e-mail the afternoon of Sep. 6. “It said that they wanted to send people into orphanages to give gifts to children.

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Ann Arbor restaurant owner fled war and found sanctuary in U.S.
ANN ARBOR, MI - Sylvia Nolasco-Rivers was 9 years old when she and her family fled El Salvador in the middle of a civil war in the early 1980s, escaping first to Mexico and then to the United States. The 44-year-old owner of Pilar's Tamales, a popular Ann Arbor restaurant, still has vivid memories....

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Wilmington struggles as a gun plague afflicts its youth
Wilmington isn't Chicago or Los Angeles, Baltimore or Detroit. It is a city of less than 72,000 people known primarily as the birthplace of chemical giant DuPont and as a cozy home for big banks and Fortune 500 firms. But an Associated Press and USA TODAY Network analysis of Gun Violence Archive....

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Brian Cummins in the Cleveland Ward 14 primary: endorsement editorial
A late July tour of the planned La Villa Hispana project in Cleveland's Ward 14 also included a glimpse of the positive results of the Cleveland Foundation-funded Neighborhood Connections City Repair Cleveland Style project that, The Plain Dealer's Steven Litt reports, led West Siders to paint....

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Nigerian pastor back in court for human trafficking
Judgement is expected in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court on Friday in a bail application brought on new facts by a Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of young girls. The pastor, who is based in Durban, is alleged to have trafficked more than 30 girls....

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Limpopo pastor in court for allegedly raping four minors
A 32-year-old pastor is expected to appear in the Lenyenye Magistrate’s Court on Friday, facing five charges of rape and one charge of sexual assault. The man, from Mariveni village near near Nkowankowa outside Tzaneen, is accused of raping four minors, aged 12, 14, 14, and 16, who were ushers in....

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eNCA | Durban-based televangelist to apply for bail.
File: A controversial Durban-based pastor, accused of sexually assaulting more than 30 girls at his church, now faces a further five charges of contravening the Illegal Immigrations Act. Photo: Gallo Images / The Herald / Eugene Coetzee.

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Human trafficking accused Nigerian pastor to hear bail verdict
Hundreds of supporters gathered outside the Port Elizabeth Magistrate's Court at a previous appearance of a Nigerian Pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of young girls. File picture: Raahil Sain/ANA. Johannesburg - Judgment is expected in the Port Elizabeth....

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