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Republic of Congo PM Says No Negotiations With Ex-Militia
Republic of Congo's prime minister says he rejects calls for a cease-fire and negotiations by a former militia leader whose fighters have staged deadly attacks in recent weeks. Prime Minister Clement Mouamba spoke Tuesday during a memorial for 21 people killed in attacks in the southern Pool region, including 11 soldiers.

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Spain king to make last minute push to avoid third vote
By AFP 48 mins ago in Politics Spain's king will wait until late October before holding more talks with party leaders to resolve the political deadlock and avoid a third round of elections, the parliamentary speaker said Tuesday. Felipe VI will meet parliamentary faction leaders on October 24 and....

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Excommunicate Mugabe - Pope Francis told
The head of the Catholic church Pope Francis has been asked to immediately excommunicate President Robert Mugabe due to his un-ending oppressive rule and his "unCatholic" tendencies. Pastor Philip Mugadza today handed a petition to the Secretary of the Apostolic Nunciature Father Gabriel Pesce in Harare.

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Republic of Congo PM says no negotiations with ex-militia
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo (AP) — Republic of Congo’s prime minister says he rejects calls for a cease-fire and negotiations by a former militia leader whose fighters have staged deadly attacks in recent weeks. Prime Minister Clement Mouamba spoke Tuesday during a memorial for 21 people killed....

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Republic of Congo PM says no negotiations with ex-militia
Purchase: Order Reprint BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo — Republic of Congo's prime minister says he rejects calls for a cease-fire and negotiations by a former militia leader whose fighters have staged deadly attacks in recent weeks. Prime Minister Clement Mouamba spoke Tuesday during a memorial....

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Republic of Congo PM says no negotiations with ex-militia
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo (AP) — Republic of Congo's prime minister says he rejects calls for a cease-fire and negotiations by a former militia leader whose fighters have staged deadly attacks in recent weeks. Prime Minister Clement Mouamba spoke Tuesday during a memorial for 21 people killed....

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Analyst: Armenia ruling party weakens opposition
Head of the Institute for International and Security Affairs and political analyst Stepan Safaryan told the aforementioned to Armenian News “If the RPA feels comfortable about its victory in the elections, in which the voters showed passivity, it has a deep problem.

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30 estudyante nasudla’g espiritu sa DavSur
DAVAO. Misamot og siyagit ang ubang tinun-an nga giingong nasudlan og dautang espiritu dihang naigo sa bendita. Gidala ang uban kanila sud sa Katolikong simbahan Martes sa buntag, Oktobre 11, atol sa kaguliyang sa ilang tunghaan sa Marber National High School sa Bansalan, Davao del Sur. (Orlando B.

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Deportees included in Bronx Hib honors
Honoree Dan Dennehy By Ray O’Hanlon. Often forgotten, still here, never certain of always being here, the “deportees” are included in the list of honorees at an awards event set for this weekend in the Bronx. Ancient Order of Hibernians division 5 bestow their honors on an annual basis and the....

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Spain king to make last minute push to avoid third vote
Madrid (AFP) - Spain's king will wait until late October before holding more talks with party leaders to resolve the political deadlock and avoid a third round of elections, the parliamentary speaker said Tuesday. Felipe VI will meet parliamentary faction leaders on October 24 and 25, less than a....

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Cholera adds to devastation in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew
Although there were 13 cases of cholera before Matthew hit, Antoine said the cases have risen drastically since the hurricane cut off the desperately poor region. The hospital lacks an ambulance, or even a car, and Antoine said many new patients were coming from miles away, carried by family members on camp beds.

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'This election needs a trigger warning'
First came the Friday release of a videotape in which Donald Trump discussed grabbing women by their privates, kissing them on the lips without permission. "You can do anything," he said. In his apology Saturday, he dismissed the comments as "locker room talk." For a large number of Americans, the incident stirs painful memories.

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Central African Republic: West and Central Africa: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (4-10 October 2016) [EN/FR]
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC IDPs RETURNING HOME AFTER ATTACK Around 670 of the 3,560 people displaced last month following armed attacks in the southern Kouango area had returned home by 1 October. During the 10 September attack, six people were killed and more than 400 houses burned down.

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Students need to go back to class
INDEPENDENT MEDIA Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande at the indaba on the student protests in Kempton Park last week. The writer says he can't be expected to solve the crisis on his own. Picture: Chris Collingridge Everybody, including Zuma and the cabinet, need to work together to avoid....

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Students need to go back to class
INDEPENDENT MEDIA Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande at the indaba on the student protests in Kempton Park last week. The writer says he can't be expected to solve the crisis on his own. Picture: Chris Collingridge Everybody, including Zuma and the cabinet, need to work together to avoid....

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Sunday Service at Hammond Street Congregational
Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Location: Hammond Street Congregational Church, UCC, corner of Hammond and High streets, Bangor, Maine. For more information: 207-942-4381. Sermon “Ask Boldly, Live Justly” by Dr. Mark A Doty, Senior Pastor at Hammond Street Congregational Church, corner....

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Court Rules Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Structure Is Unconstitutional
L ike most every­thing today, the campaign was launched with a hashtag. But instead of promoting a new album or a movie release, #AllEyesOnISIS announced the 2014 invasion of northern Iraq—a bloody takeover that still haunts global politics two years later.

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Trailer stolen from Frankfort church
The department says that a trailer was stolen from the New Harvest Church parking lot sometime between Saturday evening and Monday afternoon. Police say that the trailer was secure behind the building, but the suspects managed to break off both locks with a blunt object.

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Greater Life Community Church offers free Thanksgiving dinner for third year
The upstairs portion of the Bradford and District Memorial Community Centre came alive on Oct 7, as dozens of residents gathered for a very special meal. Bradford’s Greater Life Community Church hosted its third annual Thanksgiving dinner, available to anyone who may have been alone or experiencing....

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New PRRI/<i>The Atlantic</i> Poll: Clinton Jumps to 11-Point Lead, as Trump Support Plummets Following Tape Scandal
L ike most every­thing today, the campaign was launched with a hashtag. But instead of promoting a new album or a movie release, #AllEyesOnISIS announced the 2014 invasion of northern Iraq—a bloody takeover that still haunts global politics two years later.

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Possible West Nile Virus death in Bastrop
BASTROP COUNTY, TEXAS - The Department of State Health Services is investigating whether or not a teenage boy died from West Nile Virus Sunday in Bastrop County. Cody Hopkins, 13, was admitted to Dell Children's hospital at the beginning of October after he told family members he was feeling ill,....

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Graffiti tagged onto S.A. church references 'wall,'
SAN ANTONIO - The pastor and parishioners of a north San Antonio church are asking why their building was the target of graffiti featuring words that appear to be politically and religiously motivated. On Monday at Gethsemane Lutheran Church, the graffiti read “no to wall. Islam or die,” with a symbol drawn below those words.

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Black Masculinity and Black Faith: An Interview with J.Kwest
To advance that dialogue, I conducted an interview with the Emmy-Award winning artist and pastor, Rev. Julian "J.Kwest" DeShazier. Rev. DeShazier, the pastor of University Church in Chicago, recently released an album called Lemonade - before Beyoncé took over the charts with an landmark visual album of the selfsame title.

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Fiery Eagles
DEFENDING champions Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu (SHS-AdC) Magis Eagles proved to be a very dangerous team when they snapped the two-game winning streak of the University of the Visayas (UV) Baby Lancers with a 73-59 beating on the last day of the semifinal round to clinch a slot into the....

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A Megadrought Is Coming to America’s Southwest
L ike most every­thing today, the campaign was launched with a hashtag. But instead of promoting a new album or a movie release, #AllEyesOnISIS announced the 2014 invasion of northern Iraq—a bloody takeover that still haunts global politics two years later.

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The slow death of white America
“We see more deaths due to overdose than before,” Sly says. “Though maybe,” he adds, “we are better now at diagnosing them.” It is difficult to find someone in this mining region in the Appalachians who does not have a family member or friend with a drug problem, especially when it comes to....

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