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AfD's Frauke Petry falls from favor ahead of Bundestag vote
Condemnation came quickly - from the political class, from the police union, from the media: Petry's proposal was reminiscent of the firing order that saw border guards in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR) shoot and kill people trying to flee to the West, said Thomas Oppermann, the leader of the Social Democrats (SPD) in the Bundestag.

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AfD's Frauke Petry falls from favor ahead of Bundestag vote
Condemnation came quickly - from the political class, from the police union, from the media: Petry's proposal was reminiscent of the firing order that saw border guards in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR) shoot and kill people trying to flee to the West, said Thomas Oppermann, the leader of the Social Democrats (SPD) in the Bundestag.

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As a white evangelical leader, I have said too little on racism. I ask forgiveness.
To my brothers and sisters victimized by white supremacy: This past weekend you had to endure, yet again, the hateful and sinful words and actions of white supremacists, neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan. Sadly, what happened in Charlottesville is not new for you.

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Robert E. Lee’s descendant is an NC pastor. He says ‘Supremacy was never God’s plan.’
Every time the Rev. Robert Wright Lee IV hands his credit card to a department store cashier, he braces for the question: Are you related to Gen. Robert E. Lee? In the past, he has hesitated to answer, though the answer is yes. Lee is his great-great-great-great uncle.

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Ontario reviewing outdoor education policies after Toronto student’s death
Ontario is launching a review of outdoor education policies for every school board in the province after the death of a Toronto teen on a school-run canoe trip this summer. Education Minister Mitzie Hunter also says the ministry will immediately increase funding to life-saving swimming programs and....

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Political power is for uplifting the downtrodden, says Obaseki
The Governor of Edo State, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has said that political power is for uplifting the downtrodden in society and not for amassing wealth and oppressing the weak. He said this recently during the one year anniversary thanksgiving service organised by the Christians Prayer/Contact....

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Snapchat video appears to show North Charleston daycare worker hitting toddler
A Snapchat video showing an apparently showing a daycare worker hitting a toddler at a North Charleston daycare is creating an uproar among parents. The video, titled “nap time struggle,” spreading on social media shows what appears to be a daycare worker smacking a young child laying on a cot,....

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Former City of Joburg facilities manager nabbed for theft
Johannesburg - A former facilities manager at the department of community development in the City of Joburg working at the Dlamini Multipurpose Centre in Soweto has been arrested for theft, Mayor Herman Mashaba said on Thursday. He is expected to appear in the Protea Magistrate's Court on Friday, and would not be named until he pleads.

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Bubba Justice takes national church job after 23 years as pastor
The Rev. Bubba Justice, the founder of Inverness Vineyard Church, has left the church after 23 years as pastor. Justice took a full-time job as national coordinator of Vineyard USA, effective July 1. Inverness Vineyard has selected a new pastor, the Rev. Miguel Zayas, who will be introduced this weekend.

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Rescue Mission Fundraiser to Honor Denny Wayman
The Santa Barbara Rescue Mission will hold its 16th annual fundraiser 2 p.m. Oct. 7. at Rancho Dos Pueblos estate on Saturday, This year's theme Bonjour Bayou A Tour de France features a casual outdoor event. Denny Wayman will be honored with the Léni Fé Bland Award.

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Pending crime lab evidence delays trial for suspect in Petersburg capital murder
PETERSBURG, VA (WWBT) - The man charged with capital murder after two people were killed in a crime spree in Petersburg will have to wait for a trial date. Kristopher Jones is accused of strangling his girlfriend, Janice Lugo, 52. He is also accused of abducting and demanding money from Pastor....

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Fledgling Gainesville/Hall REACH student program beginning to soar
GAINESVILLE The two school systems overseeing the educational experience of Hall County’s 35,000 students agree: REACH Georgia is a worthy investment in the future of Georgia, the local economy and, most-significantly, the lives of young people. Such were the sentiments of Hall County School....

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Kennedy: Americans draw strength from those who ‘refuse to be silenced’
The Newton rally comes after a tumultuous week for the nation, starting with deadly violence Saturday that left three dead and dozens injured in Charlottesville, Va., after white supremacists marched on the city and fought with counterprotesters challenging their racist rhetoric.

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Controversial Club Owner, Pretty Mike Has A Word For Those Who Give Out Money To Their Pastors
Controversial club owner, Pretty Mike recently admonished Nigerians who give out money to pastors even when they barely have enough to desist from doing this. In his words; Stupidity is when you don’t have a bicycle and you give your last kobo to your pastor to buy a jet…….

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Gallery: Boston prayer vigil
Thursday, August 17, 2017 People hold hands during a prayer of reconciliation outside Boston City Hall, Wednesday, August 16, 2017. Staff photo by Angela Rowlings. Thursday, August 17, 2017 Boston Mayor Martin Walsh joins Bishop John Borders III, Boston Police Commissioner William Evans, other city....

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Snapchat video appears to show day care worker hitting kid at SC day care
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) North Charleston police are investigating a possible case of child abuse at a church daycare after a video surfaced on social media. The 10-second video titled "nap time struggle" appears to show a woman using her hand to slap the uncovered leg of a child on a different cot.

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Don’t lose faith
During the fourth watch of the night Jesus went out to them, walking on the lake. When the disciples saw Him walking on the lake, they were terrified. “It’s a ghost,” they said, and cried out in fear. But Jesus immediately said to them: “Take courage! It is I. Don’t be afraid.

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Where is Elijah? Dallas family seeks answers 2 years after son vanishes on Mexican mission trip
When he didn’t appear at the airport, the Hernandezes contacted Garcia, asking when he’d last seen their son and if the missionary knew where he was. Over two hours in a series of back-and-forth texts, the missionary said he didn’t know where their son was but that the young man had gone out two nights earlier and never came back.

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Vandals strike Confederate statue at Durham’s Duke Chapel
Police are investigating vandalism reported to the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee at Duke Chapel. The statue’s face appears to have been “hammered,” according to reports from the scene. A Duke Divinity School alumnus said earlier this week it may be time for campus officials to deal with the statue adorns the entrance to Duke Chapel.

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With tears and defiant tributes, hundreds of purple-clad people packed an historic Charlottesville theater on Aug. 16 to remember the 32-year-old woman killed when a suspected white nationalist crashed his car into anti-racist demonstrators.
AMERICAS > Hundreds mourn for woman killed at Virginia rally. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Reuters With tears and defiant tributes, hundreds of purple-clad people packed an historic Charlottesville theater on Aug. 16 to remember the 32-year-old woman killed when a suspected white nationalist crashed his car into anti-racist demonstrators.

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Daycare abuse investigation launched after video surfaces on Facebook
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - North Charleston Police are investigating a possible case of child abuse at a church daycare after a video surfaced on Facebook. Police say the alleged abuse happened at the North Charleston United Methodist Church Learning Center on East Montague Avenue.

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Charambas in double album launch
Pastor Charles Charamba and his wife Olivia entertained multitudes of music fans who gathered at the Zimbabwe College of Music to witness the double album launch of the couple’s two albums on Wednesday night. Musicians Pastor and Amai Charamba mesmerized the crowd with some of their songs taken off....

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Chicago pastor calls for George Washington, Andrew Jackson's names to be removed from parks
. Bishop James Dukes, pastor of Liberation Christian Center, sent a letter to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel calling for a statue of George Washington to be taken down from Washington Park. Dukes also wants the president's name removed from the park. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty) A Chicago pastor wants the....

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Pastor’s speech about violence in Charlottesville goes viral
MOSDESTO, Calif. (MEREDITH) A California pastor lit up Facebook with a speech condemning the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend. During a Sunday service at The House Modesto, Pastor Glen Berteau strongly denounced white nationalists who use the Bible “to hate somebody of a different color.

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Snapchat video appears to show day care worker hitting kids NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Police are investigating after a Snapchat video titled "nap time
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Police are investigating after a Snapchat video titled "nap time struggle" appears to show a worker at a church day care center in South Carolina sitting on and hitting children. The 10-second video shows a woman hitting a blanket-covered figure and using her hand to....

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Review: What to make of the violence in The Hitman’s Bodyguard?
You know a movie is in trouble when it uncrates a busload of nuns. Religious sisters dressed in their distinctive habits and wimples may have largely disappeared from the real world but the movies keep trotting them out as the occasion for sight gags or jokes at the expense of their chastity. “Which lap should I sit on?” quips Samuel L.

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