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AP Top Entertainment News at 9:44 a.m. EDT Source: AP
'Crazy Rich Asians' banks another crazy rich weekend. Aretha's lack of a will could make things rocky for heirs. Paul McCartney talks of seeing God during psychedelic trip. U2 reschedules Berlin concert after Bono loses voice. Abu Dhabi delays exhibition of da Vinci's 'Salvator Mundi' Armstrong....

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11 killed in suspected communal violence in central Nigeria Source: AP
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) - Nigerian police say gunmen shot dead 11 people in an attack in central Nigeria suspected to be part of a series of communal violent incidents. Police spokesman in Plateau state Terna Tyopev said in a press statement that the incident occurred late Sunday in Lopandet Dwei Du....

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Nebraska Catholic diocese rocked by old abuse allegations
Grant Schulte, The Associated Press September 3, 2018 10:18 am. LINCOLN, Nebraska — For more than a decade, a conservative Catholic diocese in Nebraska was the only church in the U.S. that refused to participate in annual reviews of sexual misconduct that were a key reform enacted in the wake of the 2002 Boston clergy abuse scandal.

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Vigil for unidentified woman found in Bartow landfill
CARTERSVILLE, Ga - It's been nearly a month since a woman was found dismembered in a Bartow County landfill. Since that time, authorities say they have received numerous tips, but have been unable to make a positive identification. On Sunday, a group of citizens gathered at the Bartow County Courthouse to pray for movement in the case.

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Turkey’s annual inflation near 18 percent
Official figures show inflation in Turkey rose again in August to nearly 18 percent in what is seen as a record since late 2003. Consumer prices rose 17.9 percent in August from the same month in the previous year, up from 15.85 percent in July, Reuters quoted figures released by the Turkish Statistics Institute (TÜİK).

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11 killed in suspected communal violence in central Nigeria
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Nigerian police say gunmen shot dead 11 people in an attack in central Nigeria suspected to be part of a series of communal violent incidents. Police spokesman in Plateau state Terna Tyopev said in a press statement that the incident occurred late Sunday in Lopandet Dwei Du....

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11 killed in suspected communal violence in central Nigeria
Nigerian police say gunmen shot dead 11 people in an attack in central Nigeria suspected to be part of a series of communal violent incidents. Police spokesman in Plateau state Terna Tyopev said in a press statement that the incident occurred late Sunday in Lopandet Dwei Du village just outside Jos, the capital of Plateau state.

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11 killed in suspected communal violence in central Nigeria
Nigerian police say gunmen shot dead 11 people in an attack in central Nigeria suspected to be part of a series of communal violent incidents. Police spokesman in Plateau state Terna Tyopev said in a press statement that the incident occurred late Sunday in Lopandet Dwei Du village just outside Jos, the capital of Plateau state.

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TOP STORIES Monday, September 3, 2018 15 Mins Read here.
Here are the top stories: 4 TO KNOW: Steamy Labor Day ahead. Video captures armed carjacking in Detroit's Lafayette Park neighborhood.​​​​ 3 children, father die in kayaking incident on Lake Superior. 27-year-old man facing federal charges after bank robbery, rollover crash.

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Sweden Democrat leader's visit causes disquiet among Malmö's Muslims
"It's you who want to build that!" Mohammed, 25, shouts out when Åkesson accuses Muslims like him of trying to create a parallel society. The leader of the Sweden Democrats is speaking in Sweden's third-largest city as part of an election tour which has seen protesters attempt to pelt him with eggs....

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Rev Obofour’s Birthday Party for Wife Sets So...
Some of the Kumawood stars identified were actor Wayoosi, Salinko, Auntie Bee among other known faces. Head pastor of the Believers of Anointed Palace Chapel APC, Rev. Obofour organized a lavish ceremony to celebrate the birthday of his wife, Queen Ciara.

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Lucky: A Must Watch Movie This Sept
Don't wait to be told, grab a ticket and be at the Silver Bird Cinemas to watch the movie "Lucky" on September 7, 2018. There's a reason why September 7 should be an exciting day; and it gets even better if you are a movie freak. Finally, the much-anticipated Ghanaian movie titled “Lucky” gets to be....

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Program shows the power of music for kids' mental health
He couldn't be more right. Music stimulates the brain in unique ways, making it powerful not only for personal expression but also as a positive way for kids to work through tough situations and feelings they may face. That's the thought that motivates Music Takes You Places, a new Middle Tennessee....

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11 killed in suspected communal violence in central Nigeria
Nigerian police say gunmen shot dead 11 people in an attack in central Nigeria suspected to be part of a series of communal violent incidents. Police spokesman in Plateau state Terna Tyopev said in a press statement that the incident occurred late Sunday in Lopandet Dwei Du village just outside Jos, the capital of Plateau state.

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Buhari mourns Delta APC Chieftain, son
President Muhammadu Buhari has joined members of All Progressives Congress (APC) and Ijaw Community in Delta in mourning former acting Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Pastor Power Aginighan. Aginighan died in a ghastly car accident on his way Port Harcourt from Delta on Friday.

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11 killed in suspected communal violence in central Nigeria
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Nigerian police say gunmen shot dead 11 people in an attack in central Nigeria suspected to be part of a series of communal violent incidents. Police spokesman in Plateau state Terna Tyopev said in a press statement that the incident occurred late Sunday in Lopandet Dwei Du....

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11 killed in suspected communal violence in central Nigeria
Nigerian police say gunmen shot dead 11 people in an attack in central Nigeria suspected to be part of a series of communal violent incidents. Police spokesman in Plateau state Terna Tyopev said in a press statement that the incident occurred late Sunday in Lopandet Dwei Du village just outside Jos, the capital of Plateau state.

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11 killed in suspected communal violence in central Nigeria
Nigerian police say gunmen shot dead 11 people in an attack in central Nigeria suspected to be part of a series of communal violent incidents. Police spokesman in Plateau state Terna Tyopev said in a press statement that the incident occurred late Sunday in Lopandet Dwei Du village just outside Jos, the capital of Plateau state.

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Rev. Greg Doll named new pastor of Noroton Presbyterian Church, installation next Sunday
The Noroton Presbyterian Church of Darien has announced the installation service of The Rev. Gregory M. Doll as the 13th pastor of the Noroton Presbyterian Church to be held Sunday, Sept. 9, 10:30 am. Rev. Doll will be installed by the Presbytery of Southern New England. The service will include music directed by Dwayne Condon, music director.

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Lira Turkish inflation surged to 15-year high in August
Inflation in Turkey rose again in August to nearly 18 percent, official statistics showed on Monday, a record since late 2003 and coming after the Turkish lira dramatically weakened against the US dollar last month. Consumer prices rose 17.9 percent in August from the same month in the previous year, up from 15.

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“Feeling that sweat”: In Journey Paratriathlon Camp, disabled athletes learn the basics of the sport
ENGLEWOOD — Getting used to the “blade” prosthesis that lower leg amputees use for running, Josh Nowlan jogged a lap around a ball field Saturday afternoon in Centennial Park, huffing and puffing but enjoying every painful breath. It had been a long time since the Aurora theater shooting victim got....

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Catholic churchgoer shouts 'shame on you' at Washington BISHOP
Catholic churchgoer shouts 'shame on you' at BISHOP as he pleads with his parishioners to stay loyal to the Pope amid sex abuse cover-up scandal DC Cardinal Donald Wuerl made apology speech to churchgoers in Washington; Brian Garfield stood up and yelled 'shame on you' before storming out building;....

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Literary Giant and Star Writer Tola Adeniyi Launches Book
On Thursday, 1st of March 2018, at the NECA House Agidigbi Ikeja, was a roll call of who is who in the media industry, when the former Chairman/CEO of the Daily Times conglomerate, chief Adetola Adeniyi present his book ‘’IN THE BELLY OF THE VULTURES’ ’to the public, personalities present at the....

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Nebraska Catholic diocese rocked by old abuse allegations
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — For more than a decade, a conservative Catholic diocese in Nebraska was the only church in the U.S. that refused to participate in annual reviews of sexual misconduct that were a key reform enacted in the wake of the 2002 Boston clergy abuse scandal.

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Grace Scholarship Fund Reception September 3, 2018 | by:
Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid (right) shares in conversation with Retired School Teacher, Grace Lawrence, at the Grace Scholarship Fund reception held at the University of the West Indies, Regional Headquarters in Kingston on September 1. At left is Senior Pastor, Ewarton Gospel Lighthouse Church, Dr.

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Army Requested to Intervene for Retired Officers Accused of Terrorism
Family of retired Coronel Carlos Brenes and retired Major Tomas Maldonado demand to see them and accuse Ortega of convicting them without any proof.. Photo: Carlos Herrera / Confidencial. The raiding of their homes without a court order is denounced. By Yader Luna (Confidencial) HAVANA TIMES –....

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