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Aug 27, 2017 10:43AM EDTpublished: Aug 27, 2017 10:40AM EDT
After more than five decades of battle in Colombia's jungles, the nation's largest rebel movement initiated the launch of its political party Sunday at a concrete convention centre in the capital, vowing to upend the country's traditional conservatism with the creation of an alternative leftist coalition.

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Former Colombia rebels try hand at politics with new party
After more than five decades of battle in Colombia's jungles, the nation's largest rebel movement initiated the launch of its political party Sunday at a concrete convention center in the capital, vowing to upend the country's traditional conservatism with the creation of an alternative leftist coalition.

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Former Colombia rebels try hand at politics with new party
BOGOTA, Colombia After more than five decades of battle in Colombia’s jungles, the nation’s largest rebel movement initiated the launch of its political party Sunday at a concrete convention center in the capital, vowing to upend the country’s traditional conservatism with the creation of an alternative leftist coalition.

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Former Colombia rebels try hand at politics with new party
After more than five decades of battle in Colombia's jungles, the nation's largest rebel movement initiated the launch of its political party Sunday at a concrete convention center in the capital, vowing to upend the country's traditional conservatism with the creation of an alternative leftist coalition.

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Former Colombia rebels try hand at politics with new party
FILE – In this Jan. 6, 2016 file photo, Juliana, a 20-year-old rebel fighter for the 36th Front of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rests from a trek in the northwest Andes of Colombia, in Antioquia state. A battle is brewing between Colombia’s chief prosecutor and what was....

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Former Colombia rebels try hand at politics with new party
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) After more than five decades of battle in Colombia's jungles, the nation's largest rebel movement initiated the launch of its political party Sunday at a concrete convention center in the capital, vowing to upend the country's traditional conservatism with the creation of an alternative leftist coalition.

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Former Colombia rebels try hand at politics with new party
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia will transform into a political party under a new, still-to-be-announced name as part of an historic peace deal signed last year. The accords guarantee the ex-combatants 10 seats in Congress and the same funding the state provides to the nation's 13 other....

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Former Colombia rebels try hand at politics with new party
After more than five decades of battle in Colombia's jungles, the nation's largest rebel movement initiated the launch of its political party Sunday at a concrete convention center in the capital, vowing to upend the country's traditional conservatism with the creation of an alternative leftist coalition.

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Former Colombia rebels try hand at politics with new party
After more than five decades of battle in Colombia's jungles, the nation's largest rebel movement initiated the launch of its political party Sunday at a concrete convention center in the capital, vowing to upend the country's traditional conservatism with the creation of an alternative leftist coalition.

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Police disperse NASA supporters from assembling outside Supreme Court
By The group led by Dagoreti MP Simba Arati was planning to hold prayers outside the court ahead of Raila’s petition hearing. Photo/CORRESPONDENT. NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 27 – National Super Alliance (NASA) supporters and some of their leaders who tried to assemble outside the Supreme Court were on Sunday afternoon dispersed by anti riot police.

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Letter: Stephens, Overbeck stand up for human rights
This is to salute Fort Collins City Council members Kristin Stephens and Bob Overbeck, who, while recognizing that commercial interests, as Martin Luther King would say, "have their place," to my mind voted all considered in the Aug. 15 "obstructionists" decision that it is still human rights that must be the master of civic action.

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Sacked TRACE staff attempts suicide over N50,000 debt
Security operatives in Ogun have arrested a man who allegedly attempted to commit suicide over his inability to refund a N50,000 ‘loan. The man was arrested by the Anti-Vandal Team of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Ogun Command, while he was trying to hang himself in a bush on Ayetoro Road, Abeokuta.

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'God will help us': In inland cities like San Antonio, faith out-willed the wrath of Harvey
On San Antonio's South Side, a group of about 20 parishioners hurried one by one from the parking lot into a tiny church that can't hold more than several dozen. Their frilly dresses quickly soaked with rain, their shiny shoes were also instantly ruined in deepening puddles and the flowers some were....

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Baptists honor rabbi
Southside Baptist Church will welcome back former Pastor Steve Jones and recently retired Temple Emanu-El Rabbi Jonathan Miller for a service today at 11 a.m. to celebrate the shared history of the congregations. In 2001 and 2002, Temple Emanu-El held services at Southside Baptist Church while its synagogue was being renovated.

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Pastor Granillo: Healing Hatred
All my friends are heathens, take it slow. Wait for them to ask you who you know. Please don't make any sudden moves. You don't know the half of the abuse – 21 Pilots, “Heathen” Every person in this world has a narrative. We all have a story about who we are, where we came from, and what we have gone through to get to where we are.

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'It can have a new life again': Historic 1935 building being restored in Paulatuk
Workers are restoring a historic building known as "Father's House" in Paulatuk, N.W.T., this summer. The Catholic Mission House was built in 1935 and used as a home for the local priest. But, Mayor Raymond Ruben says it was much more than that. "They used to use that place for gathering, way back....

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Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim believes he wasn't executed or tortured in North Korea because of Canadian citizenship
"I didn't think it would be dangerous," he said in Korean. (Lim didn't speak much English during his 2½ years in custody, and answered most interview questions in Korean with the help of a translator.) Lim, who had made more than 100 visits to North Korea since 1997, said his trips were about helping people and were not political.

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Backpack giveaway goes on in New Rochelle after hundreds were stolen
A non-profit group handed out backpacks to underprivileged children in New Rochelle, just days after someone stole hundreds of the items from its facilities. Organizers with Hope Community Services say thanks to the help of the community, the 10th annual New Rochelle Backpack Giveaway was able to take place.

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Disarmed, Colombia's FARC Seek Political Rebirth
Colombia's leftist FARC rebels seek political rebirth on Sunday as they move to transform into a party to seek elected office after disarming to end a half-century war. About 1,000 delegates from the freshly demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia will launch a founding congress to choose their political representatives.

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Life of legendary 600-year-old oak tree comes full circle
. -- Four months have passed since the historic 600-year-old great oak tree was cut down at the Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church. The iconic tree was believed to have been the oldest in the nation and was the centerpiece of this community. On its final day, hundreds of people gathered to pay their....

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Full Article: After decades of war, Colombia's FARC rebels to debut political party
By Nelson Bocanegra and Julia Symmes Cobb. BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's leftist FARC rebel group will debut its political party at a conference beginning on Sunday, a key step in its transition into a civilian organization after more than 50 years of war and its first chance to announce policy to skeptical voters.

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OPENING THIS WEEK
“All Saints” — John Corbett stars as a pastor who teams with Burmese refugees to save a church he was sent to close in the American heartland. With Cara Bono, Barry Corbin and Nelson Lee. Written by Steve Armour. Directed by Steve Gomer. (1:48) PG. “Beach Rats” — A young Brooklyn man cruises for....

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Disarmed, Colombia’s FARC rebels seek political rebirth
Colombia’s leftist FARC rebels seek political rebirth on Sunday as they move to transform into a party to seek elected office after disarming to end a half-century war. About 1,000 delegates from the freshly demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia will launch a founding congress to choose their political representatives.

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Forcing a vote on 'The Q' deal is democracy in action
The Rev. Jawanza Colvin and the Rev. Richard Gibson hold out their arms as if awaiting handcuffs in May when City Council leadership refused to accept petitions to compel a vote on The Q renovation deal. The Ohio Supreme Court later compelled council to accept the petitions, though no vote has yet been taken to put the issue on the ballot.

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What you sow, you will reap
By Pastor Olalekan John Banjo. On the 17th of May, 2017, I was taking my bath when the Holy Spirit ministered to me on this transfer. I also visited a veteran Minister of God who told me (prophetically) that I would be transferred to Bariga Assembly, meaning that the transfer is God ordained.

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Man arrested for allegedly attempting to commit suicide over N50,000
Abeokuta – Security operatives in Ogun have arrested a man who allegedly attempted to commit suicide over his inability to refund a N50,000 ‘loan. The man was arrested by the Anti-Vandal Team of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Ogun Command, while he was trying to hang himself in a bush on Ayetoro Road, Abeokuta.

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