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Obama administration denies $400M cash payment to Iran was ransom for hostages
President Barack Obama pauses as he speaks in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, June 24, 2015 about the completion of the Hostage Policy Review. The president is clearing the way for families of U.S. hostages ... The Obama administration insisted Wednesday that its....

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Did pastor die after attempting Jesus’ 40 day and 40 night fast?
The pastor (not pictured) was apparently trying to mimic Jesus (Picture: Alamy) There’s been a report a pastor died after attempting to recreate Jesus’ 40 day and 40 night fast. It was the one where the Son of God was tempted by the devil in the Judaean Desert.

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Plymouth police launch drop-in sessions for people struggling with addiction
PLYMOUTH - Police in four South Shore towns have launched a series of monthly drop-in sessions for people struggling with addiction and their families. Plymouth Police Chief Michael Botieri said today that the new three-hour sessions will be held on the third Wednesday of each month and will include....

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Man pushed over, broke Virgin Mary statue outside church, authorities say
-- A 25-year-old Jersey City man is accused of pushing over a statue of the Virgin Mary outside Our Lady of Victories Church at Kennedy Boulevard and Ege Avenue. Omar J. Ibrahim, of the 100 block of Fairview Avenue, is charged with desecration of a venerated object and criminal mischief for....

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$400M Payment to Iran Not a Ransom: White House
The White House on Wednesday denied suggestions that a $400 million cash payment to Iran in January was a "ransom" to free four Americans being held in Tehran — characterizing the move as coincidental. That sum was actually part of a $1.7 billion settlement to Iran for an outstanding legal dispute....

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Alabama pastor fired for inviting black people to his church
used to be a pastor at the Mt. Sterling Baptist Church in Butler, Alabama, but he was unanimously after the church leadership became upset with him for inviting black children to Vacation Bible School and told him to stop. “There was pushback about where the types of children we were bringing in,....

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Justice Wright Inspires Patriotism At Liberian Convention in Nigeria
Onitsha, Nigeria Justice Micah Wilkins Wright has urged his compatriots throughout Nigeria to foster patriotism and unity. A dispatch from the Liberian Embassy in Nigeria says the experienced justice made the assertions when he served as the keynote speaker during the Second National Convention of....

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Zimbabwean riot police break up anti-Mugabe protest on streets of Harare
HARARE — Riot police in Zimbabwe used tear gas and water cannon on Wednesday to break up a protest as several hundred demonstrators gathered in Harare in a fresh outbreak of opposition to President Robert Mugabe. An AFP reporter said police dispersed crowds outside the finance ministry, wielding....

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Reports: Obama regime sent $400m to Iran while American detainees freed; U.S. refutes allegation
. Irish Sun Thursday 4th August, 2016 • Obama regime secretly airlifted $40 million to Iran, payment claimed to be part of arms deal settlement. • Iran claims otherwise; top-level officials upset, say ‘ransom’ against U.S. policies. • Republican Party continues to stumble, more members pledge to vote for Clinton over Trump.

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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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Russian-born hacker admits making $1.2m from insider trading
A man has admitted trading on inside information that authorities say was obtained by hackers through a worldwide scheme to steal information from services that distribute corporate news releases. Leonid Momotok, 48, of Suwanee, Georgia, pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn, New York City, on....

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Zimbabwean riot police break up anti-Mugabe protest on streets of Harare
HARARE — Riot police in Zimbabwe used tear gas and water cannon on Wednesday to break up a protest as several hundred demonstrators gathered in Harare in a fresh outbreak of opposition to President Robert Mugabe. An AFP reporter said police dispersed crowds outside the finance ministry, wielding....

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Talking 'Bout A Revolution: Rev. William Barber Kicks Off Moral Revival Tour
Rev. William Barber delivers remarks on the fourth day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center, July 28, 2016 in Philadelphia. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) You may have heard Rev. Dr. William Barber wow the audience at the Democratic National Convention with his call for a "moral defibrillator" to jump-start American ethics.

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Permalink to 2Baba turns pastor? See what he was spotted doing at the largest church (photos)
– 2Baba Idibia visits Italy’s biggest church while in Italy. – The Officially Blind singer went to Italy from South Africa. – He was there alone without any member of his family. Renowned Nigerian singer 2Baba Idibia arrived Italy few days. The African Queen singer was spotted in the popular city of Milan few hours after leaving South Africa.

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Parents blame Black Lives Matter for son opening fire on police
. Two teenage boys recently opened fire on police officers, but their parents are blaming the Black Lives Matter movement for their sons’ actions. Marquell Rentas, 17, and and his cousin Trenton Nace, 18, were arrested Friday after police in Columbia, Pennsylvania, were fired on for 45 minutes.

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All Eyes gallery: Stark photos reveal the brutality of life in Rio's favelas
Bullet-riddled bodies lie in pools of blood, and gun-toting teens in flip-flops navigate the maze of alleys working as guards, lookouts and distributors for drug lords operating just a few miles from where hundreds of thousands and tourists and athletes are for the Olympic Games, which begin Friday and continue through Aug.

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

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2Baba turns pastor? See what he was spotted doing at the largest church (photos)
Renowned Nigerian singer 2Baba Idibia arrived Italy few days. The African Queen singer was spotted in the popular city of Milan few hours after leaving South Africa. Though nothing on his social media pages indicates he is having a show in Italy or Europe, 2baba might have only gone on sight-seeing and holidaying.

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Russian-born hacker admits making $1.2million from insider trading after stealing sensitive company press releases
A man has admitted trading on inside information that authorities say was obtained by hackers through a worldwide scheme to steal information from services that distribute corporate news releases. Leonid Momotok, 48, of Suwanee, Georgia, pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn, New York City, on....

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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 President Robert Mugabe's government's handling of the economy. Mugabe, 92, and in power since independence from Britain in 1980, is increasingly under pressure from....

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Six South Florida singles said 'I Do' when they met
Described as a social experiment, the series features six singles looking for lifetime partners. They were paired up by three experts: sociology professor Pepper Schwartz; marriage counselor Rachel DeAlto; and pastor Calvin Roberson. The trio considered the contestants' looks, temperament, and....

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Rape, murder, assault. What Christians in India face on an almost daily basis
Anti-Christian violence in India has surged to an "alarming level" according to the latest report from World Watch Monitor , with more than 30 attacks a month. The problem is particularly bad in states ruled by the Bharatiya Janata Party of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, which has a reputation for pursuing a nationalist Hindu agenda.

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Zimbabwe police use batons to break-up anti-government protest
By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE (Reuters) - Anti-riot police used batons to break up a peaceful march in Zimbabwe's capital on Wednesday, the latest public protest against President Robert Mugabe's government's handling of the economy. Mugabe, 92, and in power since independence from Britain in 1980,....

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Toke Makinwa Reacts To Pastor Adeboye's Comment On Not To Marry A Woman That Can't Pray For 1 Hour Or Cook
Nigerians have reacted differently to the advice by Pastor Enoch Adeboye to men, not to marry a woman that cannot pray for more than one hour. Some Nigerians didn't take it kindly and reacted on twitter, while many others believe it is worth it. Popular OAP, Toke Makinwa has some words for people on the matter.

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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 President Robert Mugabe’s government’s handling of the economy. Mugabe, 92, and in power since independence from Britain in 1980, is increasingly under pressure....

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NFL player-turned-pastor Antonio Armstrong's mother says she will continue to 'bless the Lord' despite his murder
Prosecutors revealed that the 16-year-old son of assistant pastor and former NFL linebacker Antonio Armstrong allegedly murdered his parents while they were sleeping at home and then told police a masked intruder was the one who did it, the reports. Daily Mail Online Armstrong and his wife Dawn,....

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