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Youth pastor accused of molesting child
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. - Hillsborough County deputies arrested a youth pastor accused of molesting a 13-year-old girl who knew him through his ministry that he runs out of his home. Court documents say the girl was spending the weekend at 43-year-old Timothy Peterkin's home.

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Niger Delta owes Atiku a debt – Reno
Reno Omokri, has said that the Niger Delta region owes former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar a debt. Pastor Omokri who shared a picture showing Atiku Abubakar in conversation with the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, also hinted that the former VP is serious about restructuring and is willing to....

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Be apolitical, stick to praying for peace, Wairia tells church
Murang’a Governor Mwangi Wairia has told politicians to stop using the church to spread propaganda against their rivals. Churches are symbols of unity and should not be used to play politics and divide people, he said yesterday. A letter written by three bishops from the Catholic church, ACK and....

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5 style lessons from a former homicide cop now on TV who’s also a fashionista
You’ll never find a blue blazer or khaki slacks in former homicide detective Garry McFadden’s wardrobe. No polyester-blend shirts or plain penny loafers, either. Because McFadden made a career of examining murder scenes and interviewing witnesses while paying close attention to the armor he wears: Impeccably tailored suits.

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Dad gets 20-year prison sentence in 3-year-old's death
Maurice Cartwright is escorted from the Madison County Courthouse on Aug. 3, 2017. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the death of his 3-year-old son Jeremyah. Maurice Cartwright is escorted from the Madison County Courthouse on Aug. 3, 2017. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the death of his 3-year-old son Jeremyah.

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Christian pastor loses work tribunal case
A claim for unfair dismissal and religious belief discrimination taken by a Christian pastor has been rejected by a tribunal. Colin Houston took the claim against Swissport, a baggage handling firm that operates at Belfast International Airport, after his temporary contract was not renewed in September 2016.

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“Only those looking for appointment want restructuring”: An open letter to AgP Yemi Osinbajo.
Yemi Osinbajo. However before doing so I shall make a few observations and assertions of my own. You have constantly condemned and warned against what you call “hate speech” in our nation yet you indulge in it more than anyone else. I say this because you constantly call others, particularly members....

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Photo: PANDEF, AgP Osinbajo meeting
A Nigerian newspaper and Online version of the Vanguard, a daily publication in Nigeria covering Niger delta, general national news, politics, business, energy, sports, entertainment, fashion,lifestyle human interest stories, etc. ACTING President, Prof.

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James Ragland
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings has asked a fledgling group looking to foster racial equity and healing to put the fate of the Confederate monuments on its agenda for a citywide discussion. Filed under at Jul 18 Kingston is wrong to call the city's efforts to enforce its attendance rules a "witch hunt,"....

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Ambassador pick says future is bright for the Bahamas
By KHRISNA VIRGIL. Deputy Chief Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . THE Trump administration’s pick for United States ambassador to The Bahamas, Doug Manchester, seemed to speak favourably of the newly elected Minnis administration yesterday, telling the panel at his Senate hearing “it really looks bright” in The Bahamas.

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Changes afoot for Jersey City banquet hall where Sinatra dined
-- "Casino in Park opens with accent on class" read the headline on the Oct. 13, 1950 edition of The Jersey Journal, the day after the debut of the then-controversial restaurant inside Lincoln Park. The eatery was the brainchild of Ray Dillman, who ran Manhattan's swanky El Morocco nightclub.

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Pope Francis’ family letter confronts real life with love, Utah Catholics say
Apart from that, the pontiff's lengthy treatise puts a great emphasis on "proclaiming the church's teaching while recognizing the complexities of people's lives," said Mannion, emeritus pastor at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Holladay. "The church has to learn to live with imperfections on the part of its members.

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LETTERS: Friends of the Parks should care about entire city
The Bird and Butterfly Sanctuary next to the 57th Street Beach in Chicago. A plan to create a championship golf course there would require unspecified changes to the sanctuary. | Photo for the Sun-Times / Tom McNamee. The Friends of the Parks waged war, an all-out war, to sabotage the Lucas Museum,....

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Man roughed up by Wilmington Hospital constables files lawsuit
A man roughed up by Wilmington Hospital constables earlier this year is suing Christiana Care Health Services, the hospital's parent organization. In the complaint filed in Delaware Superior Court, Terrance Carter claims he was assaulted, neglected, intentionally inflicted with emotional distress....

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Understanding Fayose’s Obsession With The Military
Even primary school pupils in Nigeria tease themselves with the name of the Governor of Ekiti state, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, as a dippy, brainless soul, whose heart is unrepentantly steeped in evil. In Ekiti state where a rigged election conferred on him the noble task of state leadership, he administers a democratic state like a tyrant or dictator.

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Hamilton County Roundup: Lunken Airport Days, Dog Days and Anderson church mission gets boost
Return to an era of big bands and hot jazz when the Cincinnati Museum Center celebrates the 1940s at Lunken Airport Days. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 12, and offers a busy day of activities. Scheduled are: a panel of World War II veterans sharing tales; a Holocaust survivor, Dr.

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If Marvel Comics was Christian, it would look like this: a pastor's dogged pursuit of a comic Bible
"I was floored," recalled Ayris in a calm, Southern accent, befitting his role as executive pastor at the First Baptist Church Leesburg in Florida, but a bit incongruous with his other career as a comic book writer and employer of artists from Marvel and DC Comics.

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St. Clare to celebrate 150th anniversary with open house
St. Clare of Assisi Parish invites the public to an open house from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 13, at the church, 1411 Cross St., O’Fallon. The event is part of a series of celebrations for the parish’s 150th anniversary. Tours of the new church building, which opened in 2007, will feature the 100....

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Community prays for missing Caribou priest
The Rev. David Raymond, pastor of the Parish of the Precious Blood, presides over a prayer service at the Sacred Heart Church in Caribou on Wednesday night, seeking the safe return of missing former priest Clement Thibodeau, 85, who has been missing since July 15. More than 100 gathered at the church to pray and offer their support.

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News Photo Archive
For more than 100 years, generations of photographers, photo editors and photo librarians working for The Globe and Mail have amassed and preserved an extraordinary collection of 20th-century news photography. There are many forgotten moments in this collection: original Canadian Army photos (with....

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Blocking critics from Facebook: Don’t run for public office, if you can’t take heat from voters
The father of our country knew something about bad press. Americans loved George Washington, but it didn’t take long for newspapers to start slamming him on everything from domestic policy to his political principles. He chafed at the criticism, sure. But he did not silence his critics.

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Sean Kirst: Childhood memory of music lingers as old Salem UCC church is leveled.
Lamont Perry couldn't simply let it pass. Last month, a contractor for the city leveled the old Salem Evangelical Reformed Church on Sherman Street, leaving just the bell tower as a kind of neighborhood monument. If you look through the chain link fence that separates the sidewalk from the brick....

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Niger Delta owes Atiku a debt – Reno
Bestselling author, Reno Omokri, has said that the Niger Delta region owes former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar a debt. Pastor Omokri who shared a picture showing Atiku Abubakar in conversation with the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, also hinted that the former VP is serious about....

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Christians are more than twice as likely to blame a person’s poverty on lack of effort
Which is generally more often to blame if a person is poor: lack of effort on their own part, or difficult circumstances beyond their control? The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation asked 1,686 American adults to answer that question – and found that religion is a significant predictor of how Americans perceive poverty.

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After a lawsuit divided an Overland Park church, it took a ‘village’ to revitalize it
A union within a church can mean more than a marriage. After 38 years of service, the Presbyterian Church of Stanley, located at 148th Street and Antioch Road in Overland Park, dissolved on June 26 to become Village on Antioch, a satellite ministry for the Village Presbyterian Church in Prairie Village.

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Game wardens end search for priest, 85, missing for 2 weeks
The Maine Warden Service on Wednesday ended its formal search for Clement Thibodeau, of Caribou, but will continue to investigate his disappearance. The Morning Sentinel reports ( http://bit.ly/2v2D2NN ) the agency was searching for Thibodeau based on cellphone data.

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