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Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
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Cuba Turns Over Management of its Havana Airport to French Corporations
HAVANA TIMES – The French corporations, Bouygues Batiment International and Aeropuertos de Paris will manage the “Jose Marti” International Airport of Havana, the government announced today on state television. The agreement foresees “immediate actions to improve the quality of services” and....

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Baptist Pastor Inspires Protests Against Zimbabwe's Authoritarian Leader
Peter Granitz. All Things Considered A Baptist preacher has become the unlikely leader of a social media movement that's inspired Zimbabweans to protest against their authoritarian ruler and the collapsed economy.

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Costa Mesa council delays decision on youth arts proposal dogged by parking dispute
Whether a youth arts program will be allowed to move into a business park near John Wayne Airport remains up in the air after Costa Mesa City Council members decided Tuesday night to hold off on deciding the fate of an appeal against the proposal. Council members said they need more time for staff....

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Zimbabweans march in protest over bond notes and unemployment
Zimbabwe’s anti-riot police fired tear gas and used baton sticks to disperse a peaceful protest over the planned introduction of bonds notes and lack of jobs, the latest such action against President Robert Mugabe’s stewardship of the economy. The government plans to introduce local bond notes to tackle a biting cash shortage in the economy.

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5,882 graduate from RCCG Bible College
By Sam Eyoboka & Olayinka Latona ABOUT 5,882 persons yesterday graduated from the Redeemed Christian Bible College, (RCBC) as part of manpower development programme of the fast growing Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, at the Redemption Camp of the church.

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New Scientology Church and Community Center of Harlem
. New Church of Scientology and Community Center of Harlem opened Sunday, July 31, in America's spiritual center of African-American and Caribbean life. NEW YORK Aug. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Harlem runs deep into the soul of America. And on Sunday, July 31 , the Church of Scientology opened a new....

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Living History Weekend scheduled
A Revolutionary War Living History Weekend will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 6 and 7, at the Hull Family Home and Farmstead, 5976 Genesee St. There will be musket drills, tactical demonstrations and cooking, tools and building demonstrations, with an opportunity to tour....

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Permalink to Sue me if you can, Oshiomhole dares Ize-Iyamu
BENIN CITY – Governor Adams Oshiomhole says he will waive his immunity if the gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Pastor Ize-Iyamu wishes to contest in court that he was not involved in an acid attack on a fellow student at the University of Benin in 1984.

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Zimbabwe police break up anti-Mugabe protest
An AFP reporter said police dispersed the rally by beating protesters with batons and firing tear gas, injuring several people as the fleeing crowds threw stones in response. Many of the marchers wore the national flag around their necks -- seen as a symbol of a surge in recent protests -- while....

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Actor Dennis Haysbert: Intolerance is a divisive force
Alex Pastor, co-creator and executive producer, from left, executive producer Ted Humphrey, Sean Teale, Julia Ormond and Dennis Haysbert participate in the Syfy network's "Incorporated" panel during the NBCUniversal Television Critics Association summer press tour on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif.

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US Paid Iran $400M as Tehran Freed 4 American Hostages
The United States airlifted $400 million in foreign currencies to Iran in January to partially settle a decades-old dispute over an aborted arms deal. On the same day, Tehran released four American hostages, but Washington is denying the exchange amounted to a ransom payment. The U.S.

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I will develop Edo Polytechnic to world standard — Ize-Iyamu
By Gabriel Enogholase, Governorship candidate of the PDP, Pastor Ize-Iyamu has assured students of the Edo State Polytechnic, Usen in Ovia South- West Local Government area of the state that he will develop the institution to a world standard. Speaking at Usen during his campaign rally in the town,....

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Bodycam footage shows drunk, shirtless Texas deputy crying after he was arrested for opening fire at a church - but his colleagues provoke outrage by NOT charging him
William Cox, 27, from Ovilla went on a drinking session on July 13; was upset at the slaying of five officers in the Dallas ambush a week earlier He then opened fire at the Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cox was arrested and then put in the back of a patrol car in handcuffs; He was fired....

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Zimbabwe police use batons to break up anti-government protest | Reuters
Mugabe, 92, and in power since independence from Britain in 1980, is increasingly under pressure from angry Zimbabweans, as well as his war veterans allies, who last month rebuked him as a manipulative dictator, calling on him to step down. At a meeting of its politburo in Harare, Mugabe's ZANU-PF....

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Ruskin church in legal fight over rights to its worship space
In the two months since she seized the shrinking church, where she had worshipped off and on the past 16 years, the 80-year-old Dail has brought in a vibrant congregation, she said. Now, the people she pushed out are in court fighting to get their space back.

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Republicans blast $400m Iran ‘ransom,’ say it encourages kidnappings
The US is forbidden from engaging in dollar transactions with Iran, and so the funds were reportedly transferred into foreign currency, packed in crates, and transferred to Iran via Europe. The administration maintains that the transfer of currency had nothing to do with the Americans who were....

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Pennsylvania Mom: Black Lives Matter Told My Son To Shoot Police Officers
Lancaster County district attorney Craig Stedman said anti-police rhetoric may lead to more attacks on police officers. “We as a society need to take a look at what’s going on in our country,” Stedman said. “There’s a lot of rhetoric demonizing police. It creates greater a chance to have individuals emboldened to take violent actions out on police.

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Alabama Pastor Believes He Was Fired for Bringing Black Kids to Bible School (Watch)
*A white pastor in Butler, Alabama says he was voted out of the church after at least two of the deacons told him not to invite black children to their Vacation Bible School, “There was pushback about where the types of children we were bringing in, and I was asked to not invite black children to....

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10 things you can only witness at a Nigerian wedding
If you have never attended a Nigerian wedding, then you are missing. Weddings are usually a big affair in Nigeria as they are grand, entertaining, funny and dramatic. People do not attend parties simply because of the party rice that is being served there.

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Saints ready to defend Peace on Da Streets titles
(0) Dudley Seide and the U13 and U16 teams of Reach Out Youth Organization left for New Providence Tuesday morning to compete in the Annual ‘Peace on Da Streets’ Basketball Classic. The Annual ‘Peace on Da Streets’ Basketball Classic tipped off yesterday in the nation’s capital and one....

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It’s Absurd, Criminal for Oshiomhole to Owe LG Workers 18 Months’ Salaries, Says Ize-Iyamu
The Edo State PDP governorship candidate, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, said on Wednesday that he is with the Edo workers in their moment of discomfort and suffering over the non-payment of their salaries running into 18 months by Governor Adams Oshiomhole.

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'It all comes back to building community'
The U.S. Postal Service has been refusing to build a handicapped ramp at the Aberdeen post office, claiming there is already one at the Belcamp post office a few miles away, McGrady said. He's thinking of just building one himself. Strong Aberdeen roots.

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Mother calls Black Lives Matter ‘irresponsible,’ blames it for her son’s shooting at police officers
The mother of one of two central Pennsylvania teenagers charged with shooting at police officers last week contends the Black Lives Matter movement is to blame for his actions. “They are in jail for doing what Black Lives Matter wanted them to do: shoot at cops,†Luz Rentas wrote in a statement....

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Cleric, 42, arraigned for rape in Lagos
A 42-year-old man, Wasiu Lawal, who allegedly raped a 38-year-old woman on the pretext of helping her spiritually, was on Wednesday in Lagos brought before a Surulere Magistrates’ Court. The accused, who lives at No.1, Adeleke Agodo St., Ikorodu in Lagos State, is facing a charge of rape. The prosecutor, Sgt.

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UPDATE 1-Zimbabwe police use batons to break up anti-government protest
HARARE Anti-riot police used batons to break up a peaceful march in Zimbabwe's capital on Wednesday, the latest public protest against how President Robert Mugabe's government has handled the economy. Mugabe, 92, and in power since independence from Britain in 1980, is increasingly under pressure....

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Zimbabwe police use batons to break up anti-government protest
HARARE Anti-riot police used batons to break up a peaceful march in Zimbabwe's capital on Wednesday, the latest public protest against how President Robert Mugabe's government has handled the economy. Mugabe, 92, and in power since independence from Britain in 1980, is increasingly under pressure....

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