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Ize-Iyamu accepts defeat, congratulates Obaseki
Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu who contested in the Edo state governorship election under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, platform has accepted defeat following the Tuesday’s ruling of the Supreme court which reaffirmed the election victory of Godwin Obaseki as the governor of Edo State.

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Vatican: No gluten-free bread, soured wine for Eucharist
Pope Francis holds a monstrance containing a Holy Host at the end of the Corpus Domini procession from St. John at the Lateran Basilica to St. Mary Major Basilica to mark the feast of the Body and Blood of Christ, in Rome, Sunday, June 18, 2017. The event is dedicated to the mystery of the Eucharist....

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10th July 2017 - Nigeria’s presidential jet finally spotted at Stansted airport in London (Video)
The Nigeria’s Presidential Jet was spotted in London Stansted Airport on Sunday July, 9th, 2017 while Arsenal players were travelling to Australia for their pre-season tour. The jet which was rumoured to be consuming 4000 pounds for everyday parking fees has been at the airport since President....

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Ize-Iyamu succumbs to Obaseki, congratulates him on S’ Court verdict
From Tony Osauzo and Ighomuaye Lucky, Benin. The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the September 28, 2016, Edo State gubernatorial election, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, on Monday, congratulated Governor Godwin Obaseki on the Supreme Court judgment which reaffirmed his....

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Gambia: Gambia Interior minister denies invasion threat
Khartoum, Sudan (PANA) — With less than 72 hours to the deadline of lifting or retaining sanctions against Sudan, the Speaker of Parliament of the African country has warned against adopting a hostile campaign against Washington should president Donald Trump reject revoking the sanctions. Full text..

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Windows broken, fires set at southern Indiana church
COLUMBUS, Ind. Someone vandalized a rural southern Indiana church over the weekend and tried to set it on fire in what the pastor calls an instance of “pure meanness.” A maintenance worker at Ohio Chapel United Methodist Church near Columbus spotted the damage and called police Saturday afternoon. The (Columbus) Republic reports ( http://bit.

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Windows broken, fires set at southern Indiana church
COLUMBUS, Ind. Someone vandalized a rural southern Indiana church over the weekend and tried to set it on fire in what the pastor calls an instance of “pure meanness.” A maintenance worker at Ohio Chapel United Methodist Church near Columbus spotted the damage and called police Saturday afternoon. The (Columbus) Republic reports ( http://bit.

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Texas 29 mins ago 8:52 a.m. Affidavit: Cathedral of Hope employee suffocated with duct tape
A longtime employee with Cathedral of Hope was found late Friday suffocated in his Oak Lawn townhome, Dallas police say. Robert Lee Covington, 54, died after having duct tape placed over his mouth and nose, according to an arrest affidavit. Covington served as executive assistant to the lead pastor at one of the nation's largest LGBT congregations.

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Windows broken, fires set at southern Indiana church
COLUMBUS, Ind. Someone vandalized a rural southern Indiana church over the weekend and tried to set it on fire in what the pastor calls an instance of “pure meanness.” A maintenance worker at Ohio Chapel United Methodist Church near Columbus spotted the damage and called police Saturday afternoon. The (Columbus) Republic reports ( http://bit.

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Secrets fester in a small Southern town
But similarly distressing to Leia is the task of delivering a prelude to “Violence in Violent,” per a contract with Dark Horse Comics. Figuring out the origin story for her protagonist, Violence, a “sharp-toothed, purple, vigilante cannibal,” is problematic because Leia herself doesn’t fully understand how the creature sprung from her head.

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US rebuilding 'lost trust' with Turkey: Tillerson
The United States is starting to rebuild trust that was lost in its relationship with key NATO ally Turkey after a series of disputes, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday after meetings with Turkish leaders. Tillerson had held several hours of talks the day earlier with President Recep....

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US pastor campaigning for Charlie Gard has history of publicity stunts
Patrick Mahoney prays for Charlie Gard outside Great Ormond Street hospital in London. Photograph: Matthew Chattle/Barcroft Images. The plight of the critically ill baby Charlie Gard has been taken up by a pro-life US pastor with a history of publicity stunts and several brushes with the law.

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Edo: Ize-Iyamu accepts defeat, congratulates Obaseki
By Anthony Ogbonna. Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu who contested in the Edo state governorship election under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, platform has accepted defeat following the Tuesday’s ruling of the Supreme court which reaffirmed the election victory of Godwin Obaseki as the governor of Edo State.

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'THERE ISN'T A PERSON ALIVE WHO WOULDN'T WANT TO SAVE CHARLIE' Charlie Gard judge says he could let tot travel to US for treatment if he hears 'new and powerful' evidence as crunch hearing begins
Charlie’s parents recently shared this picture of the terminally ill baby with his US visa. The packed hearing began shortly after 2pm today before the judge, Mr Justice Francis, who ruled in the initial High Court case that Charlie’s life support should be switched off.

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Festival offers Polish foods, beer, polka Mass and more in Mosinee
MOSINEE - Polish Fest , hosted by Our Savior National Catholic Church, will draw crowds to the Mosinee Recreation Center this weekend. "This is a one-of-a-kind festival," said the Rev. Marion Talaga, the church's pastor. He said the 42nd annual event will be fantastic, with music and traditional foods, including homemade kielbasa.

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A small Canadian obsession – who will anchor CBC’s The National?
Sometimes a person – me, in this case – figures out what’s going on and what obsesses people just by reading the mail. In recent weeks, I’ve been getting, without asking, reader views on who should replace Pastor Mansbridge on CBC’s The National . People take the matter very seriously.

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Hundreds attend memorial service for Raleigh Bishop Frank Summerfield
By Published: July 9, 2017, 6:52 pm Beairshelle Edmé RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Sunday morning, hundreds of people remembered and honored a local and national pillar in the Christian faith community. Bishop Frank Summerfield died last week at the age of 67 from a serious illness, as reported by close family friends and fellow pastors.

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Missing college student found dead in Lancaster County pond
The body of a man who was reported missing Wednesday in Lancaster County was found Saturday morning. According to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, the body of Jerell Ketron Eugene White, 22, was found in a pond near Pleasant Road around 9 a.m. Saturday. Deputies said White was last seen on foot around 1 a.

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Black homeowners struggle as U.S. housing market recovers
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Yul Dorn and his wife raised their son and daughter in a three-bedroom home crammed with family photos, one they bought in a historically African-American neighborhood in San Francisco more than two decades ago. Today, the couple is living in a motel after they were evicted last year, having lost a foreclosure battle.

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Raleigh diners enjoy first Sunday since city adopted ‘Brunch Bill’ rules
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — On Wednesday Raleigh leaders voted to become the second North Carolina city to “free the mimosa.” So, if you find yourself craving a Bloody Mary with bacon at 10 a.m., you can now have it at Sunday brunch in Raleigh. “It hits the spot at 11 o’clock on a Sunday morning, I’ll....

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African-Americans seen struggling to own as U.S. housing market recovers
SAN FRANCISCO – Yul Dorn and his wife raised their son and daughter in a three-bedroom home crammed with family photos, one they bought in a historically African-American neighborhood in San Francisco more than two decades ago. Today, the couple are living in a motel after they were evicted last year, having lost a foreclosure battle.

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One year later: Remembering the day protesters shut down a Memphis bridge
Ashley Cathey, an activist with the Fight for $15 campaign for higher wages, said after the bridge protest, members and affiliates of the Fight for $15 campaign started being harassed by police. "The police were following them, sitting outside their houses," she said.

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It’s only true federalism that can make a difference in this country –Olaitan
Olaitan Olarewaju Olusegun came to Abia State as a youth corps member; he later started a phone call business in Umuahia after his service year which later translated into a limited liability company. Today, Olaitan is the General Overseer of the Hours of Salvation Church, the Triumphant Chapel International.

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Controversial US reverend joins Charlie Gard's parents
‘I was invited by Charlie’s parents Connie and Chris to come from America to pray for Charlie, and it is stunning that I was denied from doing this. 'In 40 years of pastoral ministry, I have never once been denied the right to pray over a patient in a hospital.

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Black homeowners struggle as U.S. housing market recovers
The home ownership rate in the U.S. appears to be stabilizing as Americans rebound from the 2007 recession that left millions unemployed and home values underwater, according to the report by Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies. But it found African-Americans aren’t sharing in the....

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Analysis: Faces, usually not parties, change in 4-year term
Some faces may change in the Mississippi Legislature during a four-year term, but parties often don't. The 52 senators and 122 representatives might want to look at their colleagues on inauguration day. Most will still be at the Capitol at the end of the term. Because of resignations or death, some will not.

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