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What fans burning jerseys really says about black freedom in Ameica
“If you don’t love our country, get the f—k out of it,” a man in an Instagram video says as he grabbed a long-nosed lighter and a bottle from his cargo shorts. He pours a clear liquid in small circles and then ignites. As the red jersey burned, charred, and melted into the grass, the man yells that....

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Cannabis: The new Californian gold rush
A DELANTO, California — Two years ago, the city of Adelanto, a crumbling outpost in California’s Mojave desert, was facing a bleak future as it teetered on the brink of bankruptcy and struggled with double-digit unemployment. “We were about to vanish, to be incorporated into another city,” says councilman John “Bug” Woodard Jr.

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Beyond the Olympics: Colombia medalist Yuberjen Martinez lays 1st brick of mother’s dream home
With the same hands and perseverance that delivered him silver at the Olympics, Colombia boxer Yuberjen Martinez is now constructing the home for his mother he dreamed to earn in Rio de Janeiro. “The money I make with bronze isn’t enough for the home I want for my mom, which is why I’m going for....

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Talking Faith | Keep politics out of churches
In an election race flooded with awkward moments, I appreciated the actions of a Michigan pastor who took a stand this week for how she believes. When Donald Trump made a trip to Flint, Michigan, an area dramatically impacted by lead water, his campaign reached out to Bethel United Methodist Church,....

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Donald Trump faces an uphill battle in winning African American voters
The Rev. James C. Perkins, pastor of Greater Christ Baptist Church in Detroit and president of the Progressive National Baptist Convention, said Democratic voters have to remember the issues important to them, even if they don’t like or trust Clinton. “We always vote our need. We listen to the candidates in both parties,” he said.

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Reader\'s Lounge: My boss wants to sleep with me 'or else'...
Photo; Courtesy. I was working an administrator but have now been allocated extra responsibilities following my appointment as a programmes officer in a local NGO. My new role involves a lot of travel outside town many times with my boss. He has already made it clear that he fixed this so he can get opportunities away from the office.

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Zimbabwe: Contemplating a future without Robert Mugabe
As his three and a half decades in power testify, Robert Mugabe is the great survivor. His status as a hero of liberation , his expert skills at dividing and ruling, and, perhaps above all, his sheer ruthlessness have maintained his grip on Zimbabwe through numerous challenges.

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Zimbabwe Teachers’ Union: We Are Not Taking Part in Stay Away
MASVINGO — The president of the Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe, Takavafira Zhou, says they won’t take part in the mass stay away set for Wednesday and Thursday as they have not been consulted by the organizers of the protests, including Pastor Evan Mawarire of #ThisFlag movement, who was arrested this morning.

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Hate Speech and Foreign Policy: the Case of Steven Anderson and Donald Trump in US-South African Ties
VIE INTERNATIONAL with Bola A. Akinterinwa, e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Telephone : 0807-688-2846. Steven Anderson is an American pastor and leader of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona, United States. He commended the killing of dozens of gay people at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando.

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Prophet Kakande Deputy Nabbed Over Illegal Possession Of Guns
By Serestino Tusingwire. Police in Kampala have arrested Pastor Johnson Muwanguzi, a deputy to Pastor Samuel Kakande of Synagogue Church at Wandegeya-Kubbiri over illegal possession of guns. Pastor Muwanguzi was arrested for being in illegal possession of two assault rifles and nearly 100 bullets.

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Breaking: I have cancer – Tsvangirai
If you are close to or have access to Mr Tsvangirai, please tell him that there is healing for cancer. I have watched several healing testimonies on YouTube about people who were healed of cancer and even HIV-AIDS, through the ministries of Prophets Shepherd Bushiri, TB Joshua, Emmanuel Makandiwa,....

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Brentwood residents seek gang violence solutions after slayings
Danielle, who asked that her last name not be published, has two sons, ages 7 and 9, and is deeply concerned that they could become victims of violence or later be pressured to join gangs. “There was a time when people used to say they were proud to be from Brentwood,” said Danielle, clad in a....

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Everything you need to know about the past week in the 2016 presidential race
Hours after the Democratic nominee's near collapse at the event, her doctor announced that Clinton had earlier been diagnosed with pneumonia. "On Friday, during follow up evaluation of her prolonged cough, she was diagnosed with pneumonia. She was put on antibiotics, and advised to rest and modify her schedule," Dr.

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Sea Level Rise Is Already Driving People From the Marshall Islands
Hilda Heine surveys the latest temporary sea wall that cleaves her property from the waves. It has been knocked down twice since February by floods and she frets about her plants that will probably face a salty demise. Her vista would, sadly, be unremarkable in the Marshall Islands were it not for....

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Prostitution sting nets 31 arrests
By Laura Geller - RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) 31 people are in trouble with the law after a three day prostitution sting in Richmond. Police told NBC12 they targeted specific areas where residents and business owners complained about the illegal activity. This operation was a little different than prostitution stings in the past.

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Southern churches work to heal racial divide
They are taking up this work against a painful and tumultuous backdrop: the massacre last year at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina; the much-publicized deaths of blacks at the hands of law enforcement; the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the sniper killing of white Dallas police officers.

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Robert Mugabe sets terrorists on protestors
SINCE the rise of anti-government protests a few months ago, Zanu PF leaders — including President Robert Mugabe — have threatened to unleash violence against the protesters. News in depth with Obey Manayiti. Zanu PF leaders have threatened terror on anyone who calls for electoral reforms while....

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CT pastor guilty of raping own daughters
A church leader who admitted to raping two of his daughters and sexually assaulting another has been sentenced to an effective 18 years in jail. The Grassy Park father admitted to his guilt in the Wynberg Magistrates Court earlier this week. His name will also be placed on the national register for sexual offenders.

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Californian city sees modern ‘gold rush’ in commercial cannabis cultivation
ADELANTO, CALIFORNIA – Two years ago, the city of Adelanto, a crumbling outpost in California’s Mojave Desert, was facing a bleak future as it teetered on the brink of bankruptcy and struggled with double-digit unemployment. “We were about to vanish, to be incorporated into another city,” said Councilman John “Bug” Woodard Jr.

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Flood victims still in it knee-deep
DENHAM SPRINGS, La. -- A month after the flood, Debbie Millet's lifetime of memories could be found in a waterlogged debris pile as tall as her now-empty house. In the. mud-covered heap: Her mother's hospital bed. The letters her late father wrote while away on military duty. The furniture amassed over 40 years of marriage.

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Words of hope still relevant
Pastor Jason Mannering North Gate Church, Lavington. The very first Christmas story found in Luke 2:1-20 is timeless and never needs anything added or subtracted. Its message is as relevant today as it was when first proclaimed by the angel more than 2000 years ago, especially Luke chapter 2 verses....

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Zimbabwe: Underfire Mugabe Unleashes Terror Gangs On Protesters
SINCE the rise of anti-government protests a few months ago, Zanu PF leaders -- including President Robert Mugabe -- have threatened to unleash violence against the protesters. Zanu PF leaders have threatened terror on anyone who calls for electoral reforms while likening the demonstrations to the....

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633 examinees pass the Forester licensure exams
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 633 out of 1,370 passed the Forester Licensure Examination given by the Board for Foresters in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, Legazpi, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga this September 2016. Seq. No.

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William Bowen
Columbus. William R. Bowen, 89, of Columbus, died at 4:45 p.m. Friday, September 16, 2016, at the home of his daughter in New Palestine. Mr. Bowen retired from U.S. Steel as a heavy equipment mechanic after 40 years of service. He was an Army veteran of WWII and a member of the American Legion and NRA.

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Pastor cleared from AR-15 rifle transfer
LAKE OSWEGO — A suburban Portland pastor who won an AR-15 rifle in a raffle and then said he gave it to a gun-owning friend for safekeeping will not be prosecuted for transferring the weapon without conducting a background check, authorities said. Officials were investigating whether Rev.

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Public policy panel thanks outgoing director Ardapple
After 20 years, Beth Ardapple, the powerhouse development director for the Arkansas Public Policy Panel, decided it was time to retire. Her co-workers, friends and loved ones decided they wanted her to do so in style, so they gathered for a special Sept. 9 fundraising reception on her behalf.

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