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South Korean protesters call for ‘puppet’ president to step down over ties to cult-linked ‘adviser’
Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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South Korean protesters call for president to step down
SEOUL, South Korea Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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South Korean protesters call for president to step down
SEOUL, South Korea — Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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South Korean Protesters Call for President to Step Down
SEOUL, South Korea—Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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South Korean protesters call for President Park to step down over shadow adviser scandal
SEOUL – Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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South Korean protesters call for president to step down
SEOUL, South Korea — Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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Churches use Judgement Houses to evangelize at Halloween time
Judgement houses are different from hell houses, which stress punishment and eternal torment rather than emphasizing the New Testament's promise of Jesus Christ as the way to salvation. One mission's director calls the church’s long-established Judgement House one of the congregation’s best evangelistic outreaches.

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Kenya: Parents' nightmare as gambling and betting craze grips estates
A resident operates a gambling machine at Nyalenda estate in Kisumu county on October 26 2016. Parents in the town are now headed for more complex challenge brought about by the machine as children spend most of their time in the game. [Photo:COLLINS ODUOR/Standard] Starting tomorrow, students will....

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Mass protests against South Korean President Park
Thousands of South Koreans have taken to the streets of the capital Seoul calling for President Park Geun-hye to step down over a leaked documents scandal. The Saturday evening protest came after Park ordered 10 of her senior secretaries to resign over the scandal, which is likely to deepen the....

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South Korean protesters call for president to step down
Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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Thousands of South Korean Protesters Call for President to Resign
(SEOUL, South Korea) Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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Ocean Springs megachurch finds a home, needs a shepherd
Mosaic Church has carved out a major spot on the landscape along U.S. 90 with its new worship center, set to open in mid-November. In one year, the church that began eight years ago in someone’s home has bought and paid for a strip mall near downtown, borrowed the money to turn it into a worship....

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2 Ugandan Pastors Perish In Eseka Train Disaster
The church in Uganda, East Africa, is in shock, following the demise of two of its pastors in the October 21 train accident in Eseka. After learning of the sad incident, church leaders in Uganda despatched an envoy to come and see things for themselves. The two men of God, Rev.

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Churches use Judgement Houses to evangelize at Halloween time
Judgement houses are different from hell houses, which stress punishment and eternal torment rather than emphasizing the New Testament's promise of Jesus Christ as the way to salvation. One mission's director calls the church’s long-established Judgement House one of the congregation’s best evangelistic outreaches.

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Deadline Expires For Cameroon To Avoid Another Bloodbath
The deadline for Cameroon to avoid a supposed ‘black Sunday’ according to a prophecy of popular Nigerian pastor Apostle Johnson Suleman expires this Saturday October 29. Days after the Eseka train derailment, the man of God in a live broadcast on Sunday October 23 gave yet another terrifying prophecy concerning the nation.

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Churches use Judgement Houses to evangelize at Halloween time
Judgement houses are different from hell houses, which stress punishment and eternal torment rather than emphasizing the New Testament's promise of Jesus Christ as the way to salvation. One mission's director calls the church’s long-established Judgement House one of the congregation’s best evangelistic outreaches.

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South Korean protesters call for president to step down
SEOUL, South Korea — Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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Black clergy endorse Clinton, McGinty
“[Clinton] has demonstrated that she has the demeanor and basic human values that make her a far superior candidate,” the Rev. Jay Broadnax, president of the Black Clergy, said. “We recognize that there are people in our community who have issues with the positions that she’s taken in the past; however, Mr.

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Churches use Judgement Houses to evangelize at Halloween time
Judgement houses are different from hell houses, which stress punishment and eternal torment rather than emphasizing the New Testament's promise of Jesus Christ as the way to salvation. One mission's director calls the church’s long-established Judgement House one of the congregation’s best evangelistic outreaches.

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Cleaver and Turk among candidates in Missouri congressional races
It’s Cleaver and Turk — again. The perennial contest to represent Missouri’s 5th Congressional District continues between incumbent Democrat Emanuel Cleaver of Kansas City and Republican challenger Jacob Turk of Lee’s Summit. The familiar rivals have been going at it every two years since 2006.

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Church News: Week of Oct. 29, 2016
Dale is a graduate of Prescott College who is interested in a vast array of arcana, esoterica and little known or understood aspects of history and folkways. Meg is a graduate of ASU who teaches, writes and performs music and who believes music may help to both bring us closer to each other and heal ourselves and the world.

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Worship Services: Week of Oct. 29, 2016
PRESCOTT. Ahava B’Shem Yeshua … Join for worship, prayers, praise and dance this coming Shabbat. Mark Miller delivers the message. Ahava B’Shem Yeshua meets at Alliance Bible Church, 2601 Iron Springs Road. All Saints Anglican … Bishop George Fincke celebrates the Eucharist with a message titled “An Ensemble” (Philippians 3:17) at 10 a.

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South Korean protesters call for president to step down
SEOUL, South Korea -- (AP) Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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South Korean protesters call for president to step down
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital on Saturday calling for increasingly unpopular President Park Geun-hye to step down over allegations that she let an old friend, the daughter of a religious cult leader, interfere in important state affairs.

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Hoping for best and preparing for worst: Inside the American Redoubt movement
Rawles sees the Redoubt as a place where mostly conservative, Christian Americans who are worried about the future should move and prepare for the worst. The goal is to create a safe haven where like-minded Americans, many of whom refer to themselves as "preppers," can live off the land, be more self-sufficient and wait out the calamities to come.

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AFM pastor arrested
THE AFM pastor who grabbed headlines after he allegedly sexually attacked his female congregant was yesterday arrested on rape charges. Pastor Makomo was said to have been picked up by police in Ruwa and taken to Harare Central Police station to assist with investigations.

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