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Private school owners seek more incentives from government
The National President, National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Dr Sally Adukwu-Bolujoko has urged government at all levels to remove multiple taxes impose on private schools owners. “Good incentive will lead to more investments and improvement in education as well as more jobs created for the numerous unemployed graduates.

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Pope makes Argentina's 'gaucho priest' and 6 others saints
VATICAN CITY >> Pope Francis canonized Argentina’s ȁ#x201c;gaucho priestȁ#x201d; Sunday, bestowing sainthood on the poncho-wearing pastor with whom the first Argentine pope shares many similarities, from a taste for mate tea to a dedication to bringing the ministry to even the most isolated people.

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Pope canonizes Argentina's 'gaucho priest,' 6 others saints
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis canonized Argentina's "gaucho priest" Sunday, bestowing sainthood on the poncho-wearing pastor with whom the first Argentine pope shares many similarities, from a taste for mate tea to a dedication to bringing the ministry to even the most isolated people.

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We will ensure liberation of all Chibok girls – Lai Mohammed
Abuja – The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, says the release of the 21 Chibok girls “is only a first step in what we believe will be a total liberation of all the girls’’. The minister made the statement on Sunday at a thanksgiving service organised for the freed girls at....

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Zimbabwe opposition leaders blasts police actions, calls for more protests next Friday
15:18 Didymus Mutasa now giving his speech. Mutasa explains that they were there when teargas was being thrown. Didymus Mutasa says State broke its own law by descending on people peacefully gathered for a demonstration that was sanctioned by the High Court. He says they are going to convene another demonstration next Friday.

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Zimbabwe Succession puzzle: If not Robert Mugabe, then WHO?
On Wednesday, Robert Mugabe had an instruction for members of my tribe. “Journalists, tell those you are representing that Robert Mugabe is still here, well and strong. This is me, and my people are going to have me for some time,” he said, in a rousing speech delivered at a supporters rally in Harare.

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Dive teams recover Arnold man’s body from Allegheny River near Tarentum
Updated 43 minutes ago Weeping and anguished cries filled the Tarentum Marina Sunday morning as the family and friends of SeQuorri Smith waited for his body to be found in the Allegheny River. “I don't know what I'm going to do without my brother,” cried one young woman who had to be restrained from....

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Rwanda’s King Kigeli V Ndahindurwa passes on in exile
This post has already been read 21 times! By Our Reporter The last reigning monarch of Rwanda passes on in exile. Many writers and researchers say they will never forget the smile on his face at his residence in Virginia and introducing himself in Rwandan as “Rwandan King who was overthrown by Belgium.

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Mother Still Pleading for Answers in Son's 2009 Disappearance
Domonique was a sports guy. Baseball, basketball, football, hockey: he played them all. But his mother hasn't been able to watch her son play any game in nearly eight years. That's because the last time anyone saw Domonique was the afternoon of February 12, 2009.

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Pastor caught bonking neighbour, flees naked
DARKNESS encourages dishonest behaviour, psychologists in a 2010 study said and with that in mind, a Brethren-in-Christ Church pastor who bolted out of the house naked after being busted by his wife bonking a secretary is a perfect example. Pastor Qondani Moyo — whose name literally translates to....

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Witnesses and community grieve at Chicano Park
Camarillo said she believes she was saved by a higher power. “I know the Lord saved us. I felt it and I knew it,” she said. By coincidence, San Diego’s Rock Church was holding its first, small church service Sunday under the bridge for newly-released inmates. Zebulon Hill, associate campus pastor, invited witnesses and mourners to join the service.

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Kaine delivers entire speech in Spanish at Miami church
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine on Sunday became the first candidate on a major-party presidential ticket to deliver a campaign speech entirely in Spanish. "Buenos dias a todos. Estoy bien contento a visitar con ustedes el aqui in el Pneuma Church," Kaine began his speech at Pneuma....

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Pastor Max Lucado Worries About Lasting Consequences Of 2016 Campaign
Heard on All Things Considered Pastor Max Lucado of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas wrote earlier this year that Donald Trump fails the "decency" test. He discusses leaked audio of Trump and concerns of evangelical voters.

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Pastor Robert Jeffress Explains His Support For Trump
Heard on All Things Considered Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress discusses why he's supporting the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and how his church is navigating the election.

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Former St. Mary Priest receives Order of the Palmetto
The Rev. Jeffrey Kirby, who was the parochial vicar at St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic Church, received the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina’s highest civilian award, on Tuesday. He received the award in the central lobby of the South Carolina Statehouse in Columbia. S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley designated S.

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Sorcery killings worry
THE head of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Papua New Guinea says that in his view sorcery-related killings are a development issue. The comment from Bishop Jack Urame comes after reports that a Lutheran pastor's assistant was buried alive after being alleged to have misused sorcery in a remote part of Jiwaka province.

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Conservative newspaper that endorsed Clinton details death threats
The Arizona Republic's editorial board knew it was wading into controversy last month when it endorsed a Democrat for president -- the first time it had done so in its 126-year history. But some of the backlash that followed the paper's decision to back Hillary Clinton instead of Donald Trump went beyond the pale.

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Opposition Awaits Court Decision On Protest March Ban
HARARE – Zimbabwe’s High Court will this Friday morning decide whether President Robert Mugabe’s opponents can proceed with a planned march calling for electoral reform after police chiefs suggested they present a petition instead, an opposition official said.

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Pope Francis canonizes Argentina's 'gaucho priest,' 6 others saints
Vatican City • Pope Francis canonized Argentina's "gaucho priest" Sunday, bestowing sainthood on the poncho-wearing pastor with whom the first Argentine pope shares many similarities, from a taste for mate tea to a dedication to bringing the ministry to even the most isolated people.

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Senior citizens flock to McCandless church for exercise classes
Updated 41 minutes ago Even a broken back can't keep Anne Kolicius, 92, from her senior exercise class at St. John's Lutheran Church of Highland in McCandless. In late September, Kolicius suffered a spinal fracture after falling in her kitchen. She is managing the pain with medication, and is eager to return to her exercise class.

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Pope canonizes Argentina’s ‘gaucho priest,’ six other saints
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis canonized Argentina's "gaucho priest" Sunday, bestowing sainthood on the poncho-wearing pastor with whom the first Argentine pope shares many similarities, from a taste for mate tea to a dedication to bringing the ministry to even the most isolated people.

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News Pope canonizes Argentina's 'gaucho priest,' 6 others saints
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis canonized Argentina's "gaucho priest" Sunday, bestowing sainthood on the poncho-wearing pastor with whom the first Argentine pope shares many similarities, from a taste for mate tea to a dedication to bringing the ministry to even the most isolated people.

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Conservative newspaper that endorsed Clinton details death threats
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - The Arizona Republic's editorial board knew it was wading into controversy last month when it endorsed a Democrat for president -- the first time it had done so in its 126-year history. But some of the backlash that followed the paper's decision to back Hillary Clinton instead of Donald Trump went beyond the pale.

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Conservative newspaper that endorsed Clinton details death threats
But some of the backlash that followed the paper's decision to back Hillary Clinton instead of Donald Trump went beyond the pale. An op-ed published this weekend by the newspaper's top executive details some of the most disturbing threats her employees have received over the past month.

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Women’s gathering inspires call to action
Women from across the region recently gathered for a motivational and devotional weekend. Some 500 Adventist women from Cayman and around the Caribbean gathered on the campus of the University College of the Cayman Islands to be inspired and re-charged at the 2016 Women’s Retreat, a press release states.

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Conservative newspaper that endorsed Clinton details death threats
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - The Arizona Republic's editorial board knew it was wading into controversy last month when it endorsed a Democrat for president -- the first time it had done so in its 126-year history. But some of the backlash that followed the paper's decision to back Hillary Clinton instead of Donald Trump went beyond the pale.

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