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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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Obama steps up to bat for ex-rival Clinton
US President Barack Obama (right) But Trump launched a pre-emptive attack at an incendiary press conference, contemptuously putting down Obama as a “disaster” and making a provocative call for Russia to hack Clinton’s email. It came only hours before Obama was to take the stage at the Democratic....

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Father saves daughters from rip current on Emerald Isle beach but drowns before he's rescued
Tragedy as hero father drowns saving his three little daughters from rip current during beach vacation in North Carolina Rick Brown, 35, was on vacation with wife Rachel and their three adorable little girls; The girls were pulled by a rip current and their father jumped in to pull them back to....

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Mugabe: ‘Severe’ punishment for loyalists after criticism
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe sings the national anthem before addressing the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association, at the party headquarters, in Harare, Wednesday, July, 27, 2016. Zimbabwe’s 92-year-old president on Wednesday said the longtime loyalists who turned against him....

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Mugabe fights back after Zimbabwe protests
By Reagan Mashavave (AFP) 51 mins ago in World Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday launched a blistering attack on anti-government activists, foreign embassies and disaffected war veterans as he sought to assert his grip on power following recent protests.

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'It should have been me': Regular priest who was on holiday when stand-in clergyman was murdered by ISIS butchers says victim wanted to serve God until his last breath
Now, Father Moanda-Phuati, a Congolese who came to serve in the dwindling French collective parishes, where priests are shared over several churches, has to live with the knowledge that Father Jacques died in his place. ‘It would have been me,’ he revealed, his voice breaking as he came to terms with the horror that was inflicted upon his church.

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Zimbabwe's ruling party 'will punish' dissenting war veterans, Mugabe says
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe said he "will punish" the country's influential war veterans association in his first address since the former soldiers issued a scathing critique of his leadership last week. The country's influential war veterans issued a communique on 21 July that accused the....

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‘Police yet to arrest killers of Redeemed pastor’
Adelani Adepegba. The Federal Capital Territory Police Command said it was yet to make any arrest in its investigation into the murder of Olawale was murder in early hours of July 9 while evangelising. Former FCT Commissioner of Police, Alkali Usman, disclosed this on Wednesday during the handover ceremony to his successor, Muhammed Mustafa.

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Okowa’ll deliver on promises— Otuaro
*says God is key to prosperity. By Etop Ekanem. Deputy Governor of Delta State, Deacon Kingsley Otuaro, has reiterated his conviction that Governor Ifeanyi Okowa will continue to deliver on his promises despite the challenging economic times, noting that this will qualify him for a second term in office.

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Chilling details of France church attack as hostage speaks
With the attack threat for the country ranked extremely high, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said France is working to protect 56 remaining summer events and may consider cancelling some. Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said 4,000 members of the Sentinel military force will patrol Paris, while 6,000 will patrol in the provinces.

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Obama chooses historic Jackson Park as library site
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have selected historic Jackson Park, just east of the University of Chicago, as the site for the Obama Presidential Center, a source confirmed Wednesday. A formal announcement is expected next week. In choosing this linear stretch of green space....

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'We know how to deal with our enemies' Mugabe responds to Zimbabwe protests
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday launched a blistering attack on anti-government activists, foreign embassies and disaffected war veterans as he sought to assert his grip on power following recent protests. Mugabe addressed thousands of supporters outside the headquarters of the....

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Celestial Church Condemns Actions Of Its Pastor Who Chained His 9-Year-Old Son
Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide has condemned one of its pastors, Prophet Francis Taiwo, for chaining and starving his nine-year-old son, Korede Taiwo, for weeks. In a statement released on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the church by its Secretary, Prof.

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Mugabe: 'Severe' punishment for loyalists after criticism HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's 92-year-old president on Wednesday said the longtime loyalists
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's 92-year-old president on Wednesday said the longtime loyalists who turned against him last week should face "severe" punishment, and he vowed to stay in power for "a long time." President Robert Mugabe made his first public response to a scathing statement by veterans of the country's 1970's liberation war.

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Zimbabwe: punishment for war veterans Thousands of Zimbabweans have rallied in support of President Robert Mugabe days after war veterans called the 92-year-old a corrupt dictator. Uncertainty over his successor is accompanied by public anger at hardships
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addressed a rally of his supporters at the headquarters of the ruling ZANU-PF party in Harare on Wednesday. In an unprecedented attack on his leadership earlier this month, a group of Zimbabwe independence war veterans accused him of "dictatorial tendencies.

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Mugabe fights back after Zimbabwe protests
Harare (AFP) - Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday launched a blistering attack on anti-government activists, foreign embassies and disaffected war veterans as he sought to assert his grip on power following recent protests. Mugabe addressed thousands of supporters outside the....

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Great-Day-Houston 25 mins ago 11:36 a.m. Pastor John Gray Part 1
John Gray talks ministry and his new talk show "The Preachers." Catch him at Lakewood Church on Wednesdays at 7:30pm.

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Pastor John Gray Part 1
John Gray talks ministry and his new talk show "The Preachers.

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Edo Guber: Obaseki Family Demands Apology From Don Pedro
Chief Osayuki Obaseki, an elderstatesman from the Obaseki family of Benin, has asked Don Pedro Obaseki, a former governorship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC), to immediately tender an unreserved apology to the family over his comments that people should vote for Pastor Osagie....

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Mugabe: 'Severe' punishment for loyalists after criticism
Zimbabwe's 92-year-old president on Wednesday said the longtime loyalists who turned against him last week should face "severe" punishment, and he vowed to stay in power for "a long time." President Robert Mugabe made his first public response to a scathing statement by veterans of the country's 1970's liberation war.

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Mugabe: 'Severe' Punishment for Loyalists After Criticism
Zimbabwe's 92-year-old president on Wednesday said the longtime loyalists who turned against him last week should face "severe" punishment, and he vowed to stay in power for "a long time." President Robert Mugabe made his first public response to a scathing statement by veterans of the country's 1970's liberation war.

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Mugabe: 'Severe' punishment for loyalists after criticism
Zimbabwe's 92-year-old president on Wednesday said the longtime loyalists who turned against him last week should face "severe" punishment, and he vowed to stay in power for "a long time." President Robert Mugabe made his first public response to a scathing statement by veterans of the country's 1970's liberation war.

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Mugabe: ‘Severe’ punishment for loyalists after criticism
HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe’s 92-year-old president on Wednesday said the longtime loyalists who turned against him last week should face “severe” punishment, and he vowed to stay in power for “a long time.” President Robert Mugabe made his first public response to a scathing statement by veterans of the country’s 1970’s liberation war.

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe says will not quit after war veterans' rebuke
HARARE President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe on Wednesday dismissed demands by once stalwart war veteran supporters to quit, saying he was in power by popular vote and accusing critics of plotting his ouster with longtime Western opponents. The 92-year-old Mugabe, the only president Zimbabwe has had....

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe says will not quit after war veterans' rebuke
By Cris Chinaka. HARARE (Reuters) - President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe on Wednesday dismissed demands by once stalwart war veteran supporters to quit, saying he was in power by popular vote and accusing critics of plotting his ouster with longtime Western opponents.

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Mugabe: 'Severe' punishment for loyalists after criticism
Zimbabwe's 92-year-old president on Wednesday said the longtime loyalists who turned against him last week should face "severe" punishment, and he vowed to stay in power for "a long time." President Robert Mugabe made his first public response to a scathing statement by veterans of the country's 1970's liberation war.

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As Port Covington debate heats up, influential Baltimore pastors take sides
Hathaway has formed a coalition with several like-minded ministers who support the deal for Port Covington on the grounds that it will create much-needed jobs. Miles, a leader with Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development, or BUILD, and other pastors opposed to the deal are asking the City....

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