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Delaware city struggles as a gun plague afflicts its youth
WILMINGTON, Del. – When the shots rang out — “pop, pop, pop,” and then a thunder roll of gunfire — Maria Williams hit the floor. The bullets sprayed through her front door and window, leaving perfectly cylindrical holes in the glass. They blasted clear across the nursery, where her 2-year-old daughter’s toys were strewn on the carpet.

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Handelsblatt Explains Why the Alternative for Germany is No Alternative For the first time since the Second World War, a far-right party appears likely to enter the German parliament. But German democracy is mature enough to absorb it.
Screw you if you think I'm letting all those Muslims into our Vaterland. Source: DPA. Björn Höcke, a firebrand of the Alternative for Germany, abbreviated AfD in German, is a blond, blue-eyed Thuringian who strikes fear into mainstream Germans and foreigners alike.

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Nigerian church trains quack nurses in three weeks [VIDEO]
A Nigerian church, Omega Power Ministries, (OPM) has allegedly churned out quack nurses through its three-week skills acquisition programme titled: “society for safe motherhood.” In a video posted online, the quack nurses, all clad in white uniforms boasted that in less than three weeks, using the....

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Delaware city struggles as a gun plague afflicts its youth
WILMINGTON, Delaware When the shots rang out — “pop, pop, pop,” and then a thunder roll of gunfire — Maria Williams hit the floor. The bullets sprayed through her front door and window, leaving perfectly cylindrical holes in the glass. They blasted clear across the nursery, where her 2-year-old daughter’s toys were strewn on the carpet.

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Delaware city struggles as a gun plague afflicts its youth
"It's nonstop, just nonstop," said William Rollins V, father of the teenagers. "Around every turn, they're taking our kids." Of the 10 cities with the highest rates of teen shootings, most had populations of less than 250,000 people. Among them were Savannah, Georgia; Trenton, New Jersey; Syracuse,....

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Therefore, let the pastor lead. Let the pastor take a strong leadership position with his ministerial staff. The carnal will resent it but the godly will welcome it (the carnal have no business in leadership anyway, so your leadership will begin the process either to call them to repent or to force them out).

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Delaware city struggles as a gun plague afflicts its youth
WILMINGTON, Delaware When the shots rang out — “pop, pop, pop,” and then a thunder roll of gunfire — Maria Williams hit the floor. The bullets sprayed through her front door and window, leaving perfectly cylindrical holes in the glass. They blasted clear across the nursery, where her 2-year-old daughter’s toys were strewn on the carpet.

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Lawrence ‘Wray’ Muldoon
EDINBURGH. Lawrence “Wray” Muldoon, 61, of Edinburgh, passed away Tuesday, September 5, 2017, at Franciscan St. Francis Health in Indianapolis. He was born March 12, 1956, in Shelbyville, the son of Russell Wayne and Alice (Benson) Muldoon. On June 14, 1986, he married Deborah Lemen, and she survives.

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Delaware city 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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Delaware city struggles as a gun plague afflicts its youth
The problem facing Wilmington and these other cities: How to stop the spread? For Malik Walker, the best thing about turning 18 wasn't the birthday party he threw for himself at a local hotel. It's the fact that, as an adult, he can now legally buy a gun. Malik was just 12 when he dodged his first shootout on Wilmington's notorious west side.

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Church leaders speak against tax
CHURCH leaders in Manicaland have come out guns blazing against the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority's move to collect income tax from churches and other religious institutions regardless of the types of transactions that take place within the church. Churches are non-profit organisations and whatever....

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On Christianity
DEAR REV. GRAHAM: Our pastor keeps urging us to serve God, but how can I? I'm not talented at anything, and as an older person and a widow I don't have a lot of money to give, and my health isn't the best. I feel kind of useless, to be honest. -- N.C. DEAR N.C.: You aren't useless in God's eyes.

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Dale L. Reed
NASHVILLE. Dale L. Reed, 75, of Nashville, passed from this life at 1 a.m. Thursday, September 7, 2017, at Columbus Regional Hospital. Dale was a retired truck driver from High Hill Ready Mix where he had worked for 23 years. He enjoyed fishing, bowling and playing bingo. The funeral will be conducted at 11 a.

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What did Jesus say about natural disasters?
Several years ago in my hometown, a man was driving down the highway with his wife when a tree fell down across the highway, landed right on the cab of their pickup truck, and killed them both. Later that week, I was in a church service in which the pastor referenced the freak accident and said,....

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God knows the sincerity of our heart
“Early the next morning Jacob took the stone he had placed under his head and set it up as a pillar and poured oil on top of it. He called that place Bethel, though the city used to be called Luz. “Then Jacob made a vow, saying, “If God will be with me and will watch over me on this journey I am....

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Punxsutawney pastor collecting donations for building supplies to go to Hurricane Harvey victims
Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, Pa - We're always told to practice what you preach, and one pastor in Punxsutawney is doing just that, as he is trying to help Houston rebuild. "We love you guys, our heart's breaking for you, but you're going to make it. Thank you for letting us help," says Pastor Greg Smith as tears fill his eyes.

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What's on this weekend?
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? There’s always something going on in Kigali. Check out our guide for things to do this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Kiseki Traditional Dance Night. If you are in the mood for traditional dancing, Kiseki Authentic Japanese restaurant will have traditional....

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American tourists stranded in the path of Hurricane Irma
'Pray as this island is decimated': US tourists - including Jerry Falwell's brother Jonathan - find themselves stranded in the path of Hurricane Irma after planes from Caribbean are canceled The cancelation of flights to and from the Caribbean has left tourists stranded; Rev.

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New Dallas Shelter OurCalling Welcomes Anyone
The secured facility at 1702 S. Cesar Chavez Boulevard is a brand new facility that is not only opening its doors to anyone, but also offers resources that previously were not offered to Dallas' homeless population. The shelter is an idea and mission that some of those that live and work in Dallas welcome.

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Turkey increasingly arrests and detains German and US citizens; Merkel says Germany rethinking relationship
Relations between Turkey and Germany have been tense for months, with Turkey accusing Germany of harboring people with alleged links to last year’s failed coup against Erdogan as well as outlawed Kurdish militant groups. Berlin has accused Turkey of backsliding on democratic values and is angered by....

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150 years of faith at Center United Methodist in Fawn
Updated 1 hour ago Center United Methodist Church in Fawn was the center of Marian Kuhn's life. She was married there and her children were baptized there. She and her late husband, John, worked as church janitors and counselors. She directed a choir. They also took care of the lawn.

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Relief for southern evacuees
By KHRISNA RUSSELL. Deputy Chief Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . IVA Nixon, 79, breathed a sigh of relief as she stepped off a Bahamasair jet and onto the tarmac at the Lynden Pindling International Airport yesterday, telling reporters no one should be thinking about material things amid....

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Fun. Free. Festival. - it's time for the annual Eau Claire Unity Festival
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - This Saturday, you can attend a free festival and enjoy a lot of music, food, and even gardening tips. Christie Savage with the Eau Claire Unity Festival says the annual event is a huge success that brings people in from all over. The Eau Claire Community Council and the City of....

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'Life is so fragile:' community mourns father-to-be killed in runaway dump truck accident
The friends and family of Bobby Vanderhoef — one of the victims of a runaway dump truck accident in Coquitlam — are devastated by the loss of the beloved husband and friend who was excited about becoming a father. On Tuesday afternoon, an unoccupied dump truck rolled down an incline through a gate....

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27-year-old Democrat to run for powerful NC congressman’s seat in 2018
In his campaign kickoff video, Ryan Watts outlined his family’s connection to North Carolina, his problems with partisan leadership in Washington and his hope to collaborate to solve the nation’s problems. What the 27-year-old Watts, who is running for the U.S. House seat held by Rep. Mark Walker, does not mention is that he is a Democrat.

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PHOTOS: Fashionable Students Head Back to School in Style
The first day of class is the perfect chance for city kids to kick off the school year off in style and Thursday was no exception as roughly 1.1 million students headed back to school. Arianna Cruz, 6. DNAinfo/Gwynne Hogan. Arianna Cruz, 6, was excited for her first day of kindergarten at P.S.

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