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Police mourn slain San Diego officer who was shot while sitting in the driver's seat of his patrol vehicle
Hundreds of law enforcement vehicles and motorcycles escorted a hearse Friday to a final memorial service for Jonathan De Guzman, a San Diego police officer who was fatally shot in the driver's seat of his patrol car after his partner approached a man on the street.

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Hundreds of Residents Salute Slain San Diego Police Officer
It was the second memorial service in two days for the decorated officer, a 16-year veteran of the force who worked on an anti-gang unit. Gov. Jerry Brown and Attorney General Kamala Harris planned to attend the memorial at Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, which was scheduled to follow....

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Trump trails badly among women, but these female supporters remain enthusiastic
Though polls show Hillary Clinton has a double-digit lead over Donald Trump among female voters, the women who support the Republican presidential say they’re proud, patriotic and excited. About 200 of them – and a few men – rallied at Trump National Golf Club Charlotte for a “Women for Trump” event....

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Iranian propaganda video claims to show US’ $400M cash drop
The propaganda video aired Feb. 15 on the state-run Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting TV network, as part of a documentary called “Rules of the Game,” the paper reported. A narrator describes in Persian a cash-for-hostages transaction as a plane is seen at night at an airport along with a photo....

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Religion events from around the Washington area
Sunday, 6 p.m. and Monday to Friday, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.: Jubilee Christian Center is having Vacation Bible School for ages 3 to 11. (Preschoolers must be potty-trained.) This year’s theme is “Walk This Way.” There will be Bible stories and craft activities. All are invited to a family preview of the program on Sunday from 6 to 8 p.

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Pauli shows true colours
EVERY chance Pauli Pauli gets, the Knights back-rower jumps in the car and heads down the freeway to his family home in Bankstown. There to greet him are his mum, dad and eight siblings. The eldest, 27, down to baby brother, Jerry, at 14. “Family is everything,” said Pauli, who lived at home until joining the Knights this season.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Nevada's two major universities are mourning the loss of the first black woman to earn a college degree in the state at a time when most of the nation was still segregated. A memorial service was scheduled for Friday evening in Las Vegas for Stella Mason Parson, who died July 29 due to complications from renal disease.

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“My mother is a witch”
Dibebe Ngele(45) tied his mother to his car and dragged her along a dirt road for over a kilometre, a savage act apparently fuelled by a traditional doctor’s diagnosis. The Zimbabwean medicine man is said to have told Ngele that his mother was bewitching him.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
This photo provided by the family of Stella Parson, shows Parson, the first black woman to graduate from college in the state of Nevada. Parson passed away at 86 on July 29, 2016. A memorial service was planned in Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 5, 2016. Parson earned a bachelor's degree in English from....

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eNCA | Mugabe faces escalating protests and rifts within Zanu-PF
HARARE — Samuel Meso’s graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can’t get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations. "My parents sold all their livestock to pay for my schooling.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
RENO, Nev. Nevada’s two major universities are mourning the loss of the first black woman to earn a college degree in the state at a time when most of the nation was still segregated. A memorial service was scheduled for Friday evening in Las Vegas for Stella Mason Parson, who died July 29 due to complications from renal disease.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
This photo provided by the family of Stella Parson, shows Parson, the first black woman to graduate from college in the state of Nevada. Parson passed away at 86 on July 29, 2016. A memorial service was planned in Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 5, 2016. Parson earned a bachelor's degree in English from....

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Jamaicans encouraged to promote peace, love and unity
Jamaicans are being encouraged to promote peace, love and unity as part of the process of nation building. This urging comes from Senior Pastor of Hope Gospel Assembly in St. Andrew, Reverend Dr Peter Garth, who was delivering the sermon at the National Emancipation and Independence Thanksgiving....

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Nevada Mourns Loss of 1st Black Woman to Earn College Degree
Nevada's two major universities are mourning the loss of the first black woman to earn a college degree in the state at a time when most of the nation was still segregated. A memorial service was scheduled for Friday evening in Las Vegas for Stella Mason Parson, who died July 29 due to complications from renal disease.

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Fill up the hot water bottle, turn on the electric blanket, ...
Erhalten Sie täglich um 10.00 Uhr die wichtigsten Meldungen sowie die ersten Aktienkurse direkt von der Börse. Fill up the hot water bottle, turn on the electric blanket, pull the cat on to the bed and don't emerge from under the covers tonight - it's going to be a cold one 05.08.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
This photo provided by the family of Stella Parson, shows Parson, the first black woman to graduate from college in the state of Nevada. Parson passed away at 86 on July 29, 2016. A memorial service was planned in Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 5, 2016. Parson earned a bachelor's degree in English from....

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe Samuel Meso’s graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can’t get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
RENO, Nev. Nevada’s two major universities are mourning the loss of the first black woman to earn a college degree in the state at a time when most of the nation was still segregated. A memorial service was scheduled for Friday evening in Las Vegas for Stella Mason Parson, who died July 29 due to complications from renal disease.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
A memorial service was scheduled for Friday evening in Las Vegas for Stella Mason Parson, who died July 29 due to complications from renal disease. Parson graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in June 1952 with a bachelor's degree in English. She later returned to school at UNLV, where she....

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Service, burial slated for slain San Diego police officer
FILE - This undated file photo provided by the San Diego Police Department shows San Diego Police officer Jonathan De Guzman who was killed in a shooting Thursday, July 28, 2016. De Guzman who was fatally shot in the driver's seat of his patrol car after his partner approached a man on the street will be buried Friday, Aug.

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Local Pastor Busted on Federal Child Porn Charges
A local pastor who lives in Beaverton and works in Portland has been arrested here and will be sent to Colorado to face child pornography charges. The Reverend James Parkhurst is the executive director of the Oregon-Idaho Conference of the United Methodist Church's Camp and Retreat Ministry Program.

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Service, Burial Slated for Slain San Diego Police Officer
Hundreds of law enforcement vehicles and motorcycles escorted a hearse Friday to a final memorial service for Jonathan De Guzman, a San Diego police officer who was fatally shot in the driver's seat of his patrol car after his partner approached a man on the street.

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso’s graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can’t get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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