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eNCA | Zimbabwean police fire tear gas, water cannon to disperse protest
Zimbabwean police fire tear gas, water cannon to disperse protest. Zimbabwe police fired teargas and water cannons and beat up protesting public transport drivers, amid rising unrest against economic woes as well as President Robert Mugabe's long rule. Photo: AFP / Stringer.

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Zimbabwe riot police use teargas, water cannon to break up anti-government protest
Police in Zimbabwe fired teargas and water cannon on Wednesday to break up a demonstration in the latest round of the most intense unrest in the former British colony for almost a decade. About 200 protesters were stopped by riot police as they marched through the streets of Harare, the capital,....

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Tight Tacos brings a welcome slice of California: Cheap eats
There's a slice of California in Portland we never want to leave. Squeezed beside Southeast Portland's 39th Mini Mart is Tight Tacos, a 10-week-old cart that is grilling up the best new tacos we've eaten this year. Reggie Ballesteros, the "smiley man behind the glass," slices fatty al pastor and....

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In the Pews - Aug. 18 - Aug. 20
or call 303-466-8365. appletreebroomfield.org LCHope collecting school supplies. Lutheran Church of Hope, 1305 W. 10th Ave., still is collecting school supplies for A Precious Child, for their goal to fill over 7000 backpacks. The LCHope Little Yellow School Bus will be double parked in the church lot through August.

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Opinion: How the Most Dangerous Place on Earth Got Safer
Mara Salvatrucha, also known as MS13, gang territory in Rivera Hernández. Multiple gangs occupy the area, which has been considered one of the most dangerous places in the world. Credit Katie Orlinsky for The New York Times. Two years ago, some 18,000 unaccompanied Honduran children showed up on the United States border.

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Abomination! Read what man did with church members tithes
– Nnoruga was arrested for allegedly stealing tithes from an offering box in church. – He reportedly stole N214000 worth of tithes. Elochukwu Nnoruga, a 23-year-old church member on Wednesday, August 17 appeared in a Tinubu magistrates’ court, Lagos, for alleged theft of N214,000 tithes.

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Kenya: Night-time weddings banned amid rise in attacks on guests
Bride and groom Sharon and Mcvivien listen as their pastor presides over their nuptials in Nairobi, Kenya, on 13 February 2016 FREDRIK LERNERYD/AFP/Getty Images. Authorities in Kenya have banned night-time weddings in a bid to curb insecurity after police reported an increase in attacks by armed gangs.

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Zimbabwean Police Clash With Anti-government Protesters
HARARE — Riot police in Zimbabwe have violently dispersed demonstrators who marched to the country's central bank to protest the proposed introduction of bond notes to ease a persistent cash shortage. This is the latest in a string of anti-government protests as the country's economic crisis worsens.

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St. Bartholomew celebrates 175th anniversary on Saturday
The leader of Bartholomew County’s largest house of worship feels both abundantly blessed and sufficiently challenged as he prepares to help his congregation celebrate the close of its year-long 175th anniversary Saturday. The Rev. Clem Davis, pastor of St.

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Police must protect civil liberties, not restrict them
Milwaukee is in flames. Though the name of the city has changed, the recipe for chaos is the same. Shots are fired. Bullets ignite the anger of oppressed peoples. Officials rush to the nearest camera to express disbelief. The pain of the community is on full display. Everyone calls for discourse.

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Class of 92 documentary returns to BBC One Manchester Evening News 1 hour ago
Some will have thought the Class of 92's debut season as owners of Salford City FC couldn't be topped. But the club's remarkable run in the FA Cup, which included three BBC televised matches and a dramatic finish to the season, proved the doubters wrong.

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Zimbabwean police fire tear gas, water cannon to disperse protest
Zimbabwean police fired tear gas and water cannon on Wednesday to disperse about 100 people protesting against central bank plans to re-introduce local banknotes, a Reuters witness said. The protesters set out to march through the streets of the capital Harare toward the central bank but were stopped by riot police, who broke up the demonstration.

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Mary Berry struggles with Bake Off’s double entendres
Featuring: Mary Berry Credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com Mary Berry has “real trouble” controlling herself amid The Great British Bake Off’s infamous double entendres. The show returns to screens next Wednesday (24Aug16) and looks set to be the most successful series to date.

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Will 2016 Be a 'Watershed' for LGBTQ Women in Politics?
Based on recent polls, there's a significant chance the United States will elect its first female president. And with dozens of LGBTQ candidates running for Congress, as well as state and local offices across the country, 2016 could also be an important year for the representation of queer women in politics.

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Tomas wants police powers
CEBU City Mayor Tomas Osmeña plans to ask the National Police Commission (Napolcom) to reconsider its order to withdraw his operational command and control over the local police. In a teleconference with reporters yesterday, Osmeña, who was getting ready to meet with some investors outside City Hall, said that he will file the motion “anytime now.

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Zimbabwe police disperses currency protest
Protests have become a daily phenomena on the streets of Harare as Zimbabweans continue to express their discontent with President Robert Mugabe’s failure to rescue the economy from further collapse. “Let all well-meaning Zimbabweans be warned and keep away from associating with programmes and....

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Great British Bake Off contestants: Rolls-Royce engineer and pastor join 2016 lineup
A pastor and a Rolls-Royce aerospace engineer are among the 12 hopefuls competing to win the 2016 series of The Great British Bake Off. The amateur bakers, competing to follow in the footsteps of last year’s champion Nadiya Hussain, will again seek the approval of judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.

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Mabel Gray to become pop-up taqueria; Calexico opens
In September, while Mabel Gray chef-owner James Rigato is in Italy for a pop-up dinner in Abruzzo with fellow chef Luciano Del Signore of Bacco Ristorante, Rigato's Hazel Park restaurant will transform into a taqueria. From Sept. 6-24, Mabel Gray will become "Spanglish: A Temporary Taqueria," headed....

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Permalink to “Marriage Is Not Suffering” – Stella Damasus Responds To Pastor Adeboye’s Controversial Sermon
“Marriage Is Not Suffering” – Stella Damasus Responds To Pastor Adeboye’s Controversial Sermon “Marriage Is Not Suffering” – Stella Damasus Responds To Pastor Adeboye’s Controversial Sermon. in 49 mins ago. Stella Damasus, Nollywood actress responds to Pastor Adeboye’s controversial sermon.

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Meet pastor Adeboye’s best friend of over 30 years (photos)
Even though some people might see them as rivals because they lead two of the biggest churches in Nigeria, pastor Enoch Adeboye and Bishop David Oyedepo are actually friends. Founders of Living Faith Church (Winners Chapel) and The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Bishop David Oyedepo and....

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Red Cross: Louisiana flooding 'is the worst natural disaster' in U.S. since Hurricane Sandy
BATON ROUGE — Five days into this disaster, adrenaline is giving way to exhaustion and — for many of those who left their homes amid rising water — a constant, churning anxiety about the future. Thousands are still holed up in shelters or at friends’ houses on high ground, relying on Facebook videos....

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Pastor Adeboye: Reveal How Nigeria Can Overcome Present Challenges
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has urged Christians to continue praying for peace to take centre stage in the country, stressing that the current problems in the country should not be seen as permanent.

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US paid Iran $1.3 billion in cash
US Secretary of State John Kerry (right) meets with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif at UN headquarters in April 2016. Photo: Reuters. WASHINGTON — The Obama administration’s $400 million payoff to Iran was followed by a second transfer of $1.3 billion, it was reported Tuesday.

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Infertile Kenyan Man Accused of Cutting off Wife's Hands After They Couldn't Have Children 
Infertile Kenyan Man Accused of Cutting off Wife's Hands After They Couldn't Have Children Jezebel Wednesday 17th August, 2016. A particularly gruesome domestic abuse case is rocking Kenya, where a man is believed to have hacked off his wife's hands after they couldn't have children, although he was evidently the one who was infertile.

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UPDATE: Faribault's environmentally-focused church in need of new roof excels at fundraising
Since the fundraising began, the church has reduced its electrical use from 55,000 watts to less than 6,000. In addition, the church has replaced the old steam pipes, rebuilt the boiler system, added 56 new double-hung energy-efficient windows, and fixed other windows in the church to increase efficiency.

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Community Leaders to Hand-Deliver Letter to President of Steward Holy Family Hospital at Merrimack Valley on Thursday, Aug. 18 at 10 a.m. in Appeal for Fair Treatment of Nurses in Protracted Contract Negotiations
HAVERHILL, Mass. Aug. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A delegation of community leaders from Greater Haverhill will visit Steward Holy Family Hospital at Merrimack Valley in Haverhill to hand-deliver a letter to hospital President Joseph Roach to "express concerns for the nurses who provide....

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