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AP Photos: In Rio slums, gangs, drugs, murders carry the day
Rio de Janeiro • Not far from Rio's posh Ipanema and Copacabana districts, narrow pathways lead to grim slums where poverty, drug gangs and young men with assault rifles dominate life for hundreds of thousands of residents. Bullet-riddled bodies lie in pools of blood, and gun-toting teens in....

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Protector cannot probe apartheid crimes, protesters told
Police almost outnumbered Black Solidarity Action (BSA) protesters outside Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s Cape Town office on Friday. The protesters were demanding an investigation into corruption during apartheid. A policeman said not more than 50 protesters had been expected‚ and that only a handful turned up.

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Himes hosts forum on race relations in Darien Monday
On Monday , July 25, Congressman Jim Himes (CT-04) will host a forum to discuss current race relations in America at the Darien Library from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Himes said recent killings across the country have shown again that the country have racial tension and gulfs in our understanding of each other....

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Dear Mr. Trump: A Bridge Is Safer Than The Wall
After Donald Trump’s speech ‪on Thursday night , the RNC and all of its choreographed political theater has come to a close. And we were left with the candidate himself taking the stage and proclaiming himself the candidate of “law and order.” Trump is seizing upon the national zeitgeist: the murder....

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Murray Mountain residents bene benefit from free health fair
Not even the heavy downpour could put a damper on residents of the remote community of Murray Mountain and its environs last week, as they turned out in large numbers to benefit from a health fair which was held on the grounds of the Murray Mountain Seventh-day Adventist Church, in St Ann.

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Zimbabwe's MDC opposition hails war veterans' Mugabe rebuke
Harare (AFP) - Zimbabwe's main opposition on Friday praised war veterans for "finally seeing the light" after the long-time allies of President Robert Mugabe denounced him as "dictatorial". The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) "would like to whole-heartedly thank and salute (the) war veterans....

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Kenya: Pastor's son rapes mentally sick 11-year-old girl in Nyeri
A pastor’s son alleged to have sexually assaulted a mentally challenged minor has been charged before a Nyeri court. Joseph Ngunjiri Kihuria denied that he defiled the 11-year-old girl on April 29 and 30, 2015 at Itheka Humo area in Nyeri. He appeared before Senior Resident Magistrate Onesmus....

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Hot dog and ice cream wreaths as John "Agazzi" Bellham...
TRIBUTES have been paid to a popular "larger than life" ice cream van driver who was loved by many. Mourners wore an array of bright colours in memory of John Bellham, known affectionately as "Agazzi" after the brand of ice cream he sold, at the service held at READ MORE: CCTV of potential....

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AP PHOTOS: In Rio slums, gangs, drugs, murders carry the day
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Not far from Rio’s posh Ipanema and Copacabana districts, narrow pathways lead to grim slums where poverty, drug gangs and young men with assault rifles dominate life for hundreds of thousands of residents. Bullet-riddled bodies lie in pools of blood, and gun-toting teens in....

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How 'The Doubters Club' is bringing atheists to God
How does a Christian introduce God to atheists? This was the question on Pastor Preston Ulmer's mind as he planned to start a new ministry in Colorado. Ulmer decided to go to a coffee shop in Denver's Highlands neighbourhood to find out, and the first person he talked to was the shop's owner.

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Surprise as veterans join growing anti-Mugabe movement Once considered some of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s strongest supporters, war veterans have joined a growing chorus of people speaking out against the long-serving president.
In a statement released on Thursday (21.07.2016), the Zimbabwe Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) described the 92-year-old president as a dictator and announced that they would no longer support his rule. "[Mugabe's] leadership has presided over unbridled corruption and downright....

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Summer Fun Friday: July 22nd, 2016
It's a big week here in North East as the 71st annual Cherry Festival continues this weekend. But there's also a ton of other events going on throughout the region that you don't want to miss. Starting with Beer on the Bay which is taking place Saturday at Liberty Park. There are two sessions at noon and 4pm.

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We’re not pulling out of CAN - Northern Christians
Northern Christians has denied reports that Christians in the northern part of the country are pulling out of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to form another body over controversy that trailed the just concluded election into CAN Presidency.

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AP PHOTOS: In Rio slums, gangs, drugs, murders carry the day
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Not far from Rio's posh Ipanema and Copacabana districts, narrow pathways lead to grim slums where poverty, drug gangs and young men with assault rifles dominate life for hundreds of thousands of residents. Bullet-riddled bodies lie in pools of blood, and gun-toting teens in....

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Trump promises peace and prosperity, blames Clinton for death and destruction
CLEVELAND — Donald Trump delivered a blistering indictment of Hillary Clinton here Thursday and said it was time to make America “bigger and better and stronger than ever before.” “We will lead our party back to the White House, and we will lead our country back to safety, prosperity and peace,” the....

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AP PHOTOS: In Rio slums, gangs, drugs, murders carry the day
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Not far from Rio's posh Ipanema and Copacabana districts, narrow pathways lead to grim slums where poverty, drug gangs and young men with assault rifles dominate life for hundreds of thousands of residents. Bullet-riddled bodies lie in pools of blood, and gun-toting teens in....

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Pauline Hanson isn't a threat to the nation. She brings an opportunity
More remarkable is how far Australia has come. It's a national story of pragmatic redefinition, of trial and error, of steady improvement. We think of the US as being the ultimate immigrant nation. Thirteen per cent of America's population was born in another country, according to the OECD.

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The Rev. Chuck Wilson: A familiar face comes back to serve as pastor at Matthews UMC
In one of three welcome videos he filmed for the congregation of Matthews United Methodist Church, the Rev. Chuck Wilson holds up a pair of wingtips. “These are a pair of Ken Lyon’s shoes,” Wilson said in the video. “And guess what? Let me just state the obvious. They don’t fit.

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AP PHOTOS: In Rio slums, gangs, drugs, murders carry the day
In this July 11, 2016 photo, young drug traffickers pose for photos holding their guns at a slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Teenage boys openly tote guns as they run in flip-flops through a maze of alleys. When Associated Press journalists visit areas with authorization from the gangs, the ones who....

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Instead of a unequivocal condemnation of the coup attempt, ...
Meldung von nypost.com: DENVER — A Colorado man who joined Kurdish forces in their fight against the Islamic State group was killed in combat in Syria, his mother said . American killed fighting ISIS in Syria. Susan Shirley said the U.S. Consulate in Turkey called her Tuesday to tell her that her....

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Picc to Holds Special Women's Summit
Lilongwe Pentecost International Christian Centre (PICC) has organized a special women's summit to take place on July 23rd. One of the Pastors at PICC Margret Kananza said the summit had been organized under the leadings of the Holy Spirit and it will take place at Crossroads Hotel, Sapitwa Hall from 8:00 am all the way to 4:30PM.

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Ala. man trying to shoot man hitting on teen hits pastor
An Alabama man trying to shoot someone who was propositioning his 15-year-old relative managed to wound a pastor instead. It all started on Wednesday night when Romeo Campos chased after Randall Ginn, accused of hitting on Campos’ teen relative. The 18-year-old Campos followed him to an Albertville church, where a prayer meeting had just ended.

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Pauline Hanson isn't a threat to the nation. She brings an opportunity
More remarkable is how far Australia has come. It's a national story of pragmatic redefinition, of trial and error, of steady improvement. We think of the US as being the ultimate immigrant nation. Thirteen per cent of America's population was born in another country, according to the OECD.

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Bible verses used to justify alleged abuse
A Whanganui man used Old Testament Bible verses to say his alleged sexual abuse against a teenager was consensual, a court has heard. Wytse De Vries was excommunicated from his church when the leadership did not believe he was truly repentant. De Vries admits to indecently touching one complainant....

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Preparation underway for the seventh edition of the bi-national ecotourism fair in December
A new space to accommodate the traditional bi-national eco tourism fair held at the Haitian-Dominican border has been identified on Haitian territory. This past weekend a property of several hectares of land has been allocated by the Lascahobas General Tax Directorate (DGI in French) to the Organizing Committee of the Binational Hill Fair eco.

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Suspect who shot pastor by mistake at Albertville church arrested
ALBERTVILLE, AL (WAFF) - A pastor is expected to recover after suffering a gunshot wound to the shoulder. Albertville police confirm the shooting took place at the Dixie Street Baptist Church near Baltimore Avenue Wednesday night. Police say Romeo Guillermo Campos allegedly went to the church....

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The poor you will always have with you, and you can help them any time you want. But you will not always have me. ive generously to him and do so without a grudging heart; then because of this the LORD your God will bless you in all your work and in everything you put your hand toive generously to him and do so without a grudging heart; then because of this the LORD your God will bless you in all your work and in everything you put your hand toGive generously to him and do so without a grudging heart; then because of this the LORD your God will bless you in all your work and in everything you put your hand to...Mark, 14. 7

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