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Permanent Link to Good news: Read what has happened to pastor accused of sponsoring Avengers
– The Delta state police command has exonerated the pastor who was accused of having ties with Niger Delta Avengers. – The complainants who accused the cleric of having ties with the Avengers have been arraigned on a charge of false accusation. – Bishop Jero says he is innocent of the accusations leveled against him.

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A 63-year-old man was sentenced to 12 years in prison after he was found guilty of three counts of rape and one count of indecent assault against his foster daughter, 12 years ago. Benjamin “Ben” Roberts from the west coast community of Mahoe, Lowmans, had been accused of carrying out the crime at his home between 2004 and 2006.

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The story of Donald J. Trump
Last year, when Donald Trump entered presidential politics, he stepped into an arena long filled with larger-than-life figures, and quickly set a new standard. More so than any other presidential bid in memory, Trump’s has been built on the sheer force of his personality.

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'Now TV Network' President Pastor Mark Burns, former ...
Dazu berichtet foxbusiness.com: University of California Irvine Business Professor Peter Navarro defends Donald Trump's revised tax plan . Trump takes back tax breaks on rich?. weiterlesen ... Weitere Nachricht von foxbusiness.com: Former U K Independence Party leader Nigel Farage discusses why he's attending the RNC .

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25 AZ eateries on 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'
PHOENIX - Guy Fieri has been all over the country checking out some of the most unique restaurants and flavors for his TV show, "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives." His trek for delicious cuisine has brought him to the Grand Canyon state many times -- 25 to be exact.

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Black and Blue: Black cops see both sides of unrest over police shootings
The city will get better, he wrote. It must. Officer Montrell Jackson worked the streets of Baton Rouge, a city under scrutiny after video surfaced of police officers fatally shooting a black man peddling CDs outside of a store. Jackson took to Facebook. He said he was tired and tested, wondering if the city he loves loved him back.

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Uganda: Flight across border achingly familiar for some South Sudan families
Despite Uganda’s generous policy towards refugees, the latest influx is putting the country’s resources under strain. By: Michael O'Hagan | 21 July 2016. Refugees from South Sudan arrive at a UNHCR collection centre on the South Sudan border in Egelo, Uganda. © UNHCR/Will Swanson.

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Unspoken coup fears behind South Africa's subtle talks with neighbouring Zimbabwe
As early as next week but by no later than the end of August the South African government may be forced to decide between support for Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu-PF and the new democratic movement with rebel pastor Evan Mawarire as its face. That, at least, is how it will be seen.

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Destination dining: Hit Charlotte Pike for global feast
Start with Kien Giang (5845 Charlotte Pike, 615-353-1250), Nashville’s first Vietnamese eatery. I remember going there in the late ’80s and being bowled over by both food and drink at this no-frills joint. Over the years, it has hardly changed. There are crackly baguettes filled with sliced pork;....

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Jury orders Missouri developer, minister to pay restitution
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. A real estate developer and a minister have been ordered to pay more than $122,000 in restitution in connection to a home flipping venture that targeted low-income Jackson County residents. A civil lawsuit was filed by the Missouri attorney general’s office on behalf of 50....

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Zimbabwe war veterans denounce 'dictatorial' Mugabe
Veterans of Zimbabwe's independence war have said they will no longer back President Robert Mugabe in elections, in a surprise revolt that comes after a series of recent The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association, which had been a pillar of support for the 92-year-old leader for....

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Jury orders Missouri developer, minister to pay restitution
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. A real estate developer and a minister have been ordered to pay more than $122,000 in restitution in connection to a home flipping venture that targeted low-income Jackson County residents. A civil lawsuit was filed by the Missouri attorney general’s office on behalf of 50....

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Jury orders Missouri developer, minister to pay restitution
A real estate developer and a minister have been ordered to pay more than $122,000 in restitution in connection to a home flipping venture that targeted low-income Jackson County residents. A civil lawsuit was filed by the Missouri attorney general's office on behalf of 50 homeowners who said they....

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Rep. Cleaver to deliver high-profile speech at Democratic convention
U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri has snagged a prime speaking slot at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week, his chief of staff said. Cleaver, a former Kansas City mayor and Methodist pastor, will speak to delegates on Wednesday night about the importance of unity and civility, said Cleaver Chief of Staff John Jones.

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Rep. Cleaver to deliver high-profile speech at Democratic convention
U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri has snagged a prime speaking slot at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week, his chief of staff said. Cleaver, a former Kansas City mayor and Methodist pastor, will speak to delegates on Wednesday night about the importance of unity and civility, said Cleaver Chief of Staff John Jones.

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Kenya: Pastor found guilty of killing pregnant girlfriend
Pastor Paul Ng’ang’a Wanjiru at Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi. (Photo: David Njaaga/Standard) A pastor was Thursday found guilty of the murder of his girlfriend who was four months pregnant. Pastor Paul Ng’ang’a Wanjiru of Wells of Faith Church in Kawangware was convicted for the murder of Caroline Chinjira in 2012 in Dagoretti, Nairobi.

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Rep. Cleaver to deliver high-profile speech at Democratic convention
U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri has snagged a prime speaking slot at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week, his chief of staff said. Cleaver, a former Kansas City mayor and Methodist pastor, will speak to delegates on Wednesday night about the importance of unity and civility, said Cleaver Chief of Staff John Jones.

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Zimbabwe war veterans end backing for Robert Mugabe
Image copyright AP Image caption Robert Mugabe, 92, says he plans to run for president again in 2018 and rule until he dies. Zimbabwe's war veterans association, which has played a key and sometimes violent role in supporting President Robert Mugabe, has released a statement withdrawing its backing for him.

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Memphis looking for crime reduction numbers similar to New Orleans
It's been nearly two months since Mayor Jim Strickland mentioned he wanted to begin talks with people in New Orleans about a successful program they were using to curve the murder rate there. After one particularly violent weekend in June, Strickland announced he wanted to copy a murder reduction program called NOLA for Life.

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Thousands of Muslims in Bangladesh reportedly converting to Christianity
Christian persecution in Bangladesh hasn't waned, but surprisingly, the number of Muslims converting to Christianity in the South Asian country has been increasing over the years. Around 90 percent of the country's 165 million population remain Muslims, but the human rights organisation Christian....

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Warrior 180 fundraiser to help veterans suicide prevention
A military man himself — Hastings has served as battalion chaplain for eight years with Army Reserves, served as chaplain on a 2010-11 tour of duty in Iraq and Kuwait, and is the son and father of Army veterans — Hastings said he's seen the effects first-hand and wanted to train people to help veterans considering suicide.

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The Donald Trump delegate from Colorado in a sea of Ted Cruz supporters
CLEVELAND — Steve Barlock is a Donald Trump fanatic in a Ted Cruz state. And not until he made it to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland did he feel more at home. The 44-year-old from Denver is an alternate in the Colorado delegation. To get here, he said he endured intimidation from the....

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As soft targets, churches learn how to prepare for shootings, crime
At Antioch Baptist Church, a sign welcomes everyone, both saints and sinners. Pastor David Chambers said the church has been a victim to crime. He said, “we’ve experienced vandalism. In fact, just last year the van out back had its window broken out.” It’s one reason he invited the PSU Crisis and Management Group.

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Community Prayers In Oxford
Fellowship Church in Oxford hosted several congregations that prayed for the country Wednesday night. Jason Sparks and Larry Holcombe (right) pray during the service. Photo by Bill Wilson / The Anniston Star. Fellowship Church in Oxford hosted several congregations that prayed for the country Wednesday night.

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Is Robert Mugabe finally losing his grip on Zimbabwe?
The veterans are known for unleashing violence on those opposing the government. The surprise revolt by Mugabe's aging corps of loyalists comes after nationwide anti-government protests organised via social media. Many in Zimbabwe are frustrated by a rapidly deteriorating economy and alleged corruption.

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LEO Club makes donation to Burrows House
Burrows House received a generous donation from the Grand Bahama Lucayan LEO Club on Wednesday July 20, 2016 and owner, Irene Burrows, of the home care facility for the elderly expressed her appreciation. Revealing that the home was in need of a brand-new washing machine so Burrows reached out to the club for assistance.

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