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Black Lives Matter activists in Rio to highlight racism
A police officer stands in front a banner that reads in Portuguese: "Racism is useful to arrest, judge, torture and kill" during a demonstration against racism and police violence, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, July 20, 2016. A delegation of activists from the Black Lives Matter movement is....

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Featured letter: A meditation on faith, Dallas and the devil
Much as we try to separate church and state, the July 12 memorial service for the five officers killed in Dallas the week before offered a powerful reminder of how faith and life intersect. “I believe our sorrow can make us a better country,” President Obama said. “I believe our righteous anger can be transformed into more justice and more peace.

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Black Lives Matter activists in Rio to highlight racism
The American activists were on a four-day visit to Rio aimed at highlighting the risks posed by the giant Olympic security apparatus in a country where a United Nations report has concluded law enforcement officers are responsible for a "significant portion" of the nearly 60,000 annual violent deaths.

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St Vincent man jailed for raping foster child
KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) 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....

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Houston mayor delays release of Alva Braziel shooting video
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has vowed to release video from a police shooting earlier this month in which city officers killed a black man reportedly waving a gun. The mayor's office initially planned to release the video Wednesday afternoon, but postponed the released until Thursday so that the....

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Vanuatu church leaders commit to ending violence in their homes
Nearly 100 chiefs and church ministers in Vanuatu have committed to ending violence within their own families. They attended recent workshops by the Channels of Hope programme to learn how they could provide effective counselling on family violence within their communities.

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Black Lives Matter activists in Rio to highlight racism
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games could prove deadly for the city’s poor black people, a delegation of U.S. activists from the Black Lives Matter movement and local activist groups warned Wednesday. The American activists were on a four-day visit to Rio aimed at highlighting the....

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Harrison City church’s volunteers work to help military K-9s
Updated 23 minutes ago The Helping Hands volunteer group at Penn-Zion's Lutheran Church in Harrison City is always looking for ways to help the community. They collected and created items to donate to U.S. military K-9s and their handlers. “We had the group make a number of different toys for the....

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City and community leaders discuss local issues during Town Hall
iHeart Media hosted a Town Hall meeting to hold a conversation between city and community leaders. "Our problem right now is there are hurts that exist and people aren't listening to the hurting community," Rev. Keith Norman, president of the Memphis NAACP chapter, said. The meeting examined issues that continue to plague the area.

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Vatican emissary squashed Archbishop Nienstedt investigation, memo says
One of the documents is a memo written by an archdiocese priest regarding the halted internal investigation into sexual improprieties by Nienstedt. Nienstedt, the document says, had a social relationship with former priest Curtis Wehmeyer that could have interfered with any disciplining of the St. Paul priest.

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Black church leaders rally the faithful against violence, for unity
But the voices raised Tuesday night at Shiloh Temple International Ministries weren't raised in anger or in protest. They were singing, stomping, preaching and shouting praises to the Lord and blessings to a community caught in a cycle of anger and fear after the police shootings of black men in Falcon Heights and Baton Rouge, La.

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No LGBT Pride Month in Hillsborough County, commissioners decide
Commissioner Kevin Beckner's proposal came in the wake of last month's massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando that left 49 people dead. He said it would help Hillsborough take another step forward after its own struggles to embrace the LGBT community here.

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Prosecution closes case
THE prosecution in the case of Rabindar Singh yesterday closed its case after calling their fifth and final witness. Mr Singh, a bus checker, who is alleged to have caused the tragic deaths of a mother and her daughter at the Suva bus stand on May 6, 2014 is standing trial before Justice Salesi Temo at the High Court in Suva.

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Jobless graduates plot mega anti-Mugabe demo 24,903
HARARE - 15 comments With the Zimbabwean economy continuing to die, and poverty and unemployment rates reaching catastrophic levels, jobless university and other college graduates are the latest disaffected constituency planning their own mega demonstration against the government with a massive “million-man” march scheduled for early next month.

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Nation-Now Mother grieves loss of 2nd son in a month
HOUSTON For the second time in less than a month, a mother is grieving the death of a son. Two brothers were killed just weeks apart -- both believed to be the unintended victims of gunfire. Just Tuesday night, KHOU 11 News aired a story about 19-year-old named Daquarius Tucker , who was shot and....

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Kano Blasphemy Killing: Court Denies Suspects Bail
A Magistrate’s Court in Kano State Wednesday denied bail to the five susupects in the murder of the 74-year-old wife of a pastor in Kano, Mrs Bridget Agbahime, on June 2, 2016. Agbahime was murdered at Kofar Wambai Market, Kano, over alleged blasphemy.

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Ramsey County drops charges against archdiocese
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi made the announcement following a court hearing in which archdiocese officials outlined the steps they are taking to improve their response to clergy sex abuse claims and after Archbishop Bernard Hebda publicly acknowledged the church’s failures.

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Tens of thousands rally to support Zimbabwe’s Mugabe
HARARE, Zimbabwe — Tens of thousands of Zimbabweans gathered Wednesday to show their support for 92-year-old President Robert Mugabe in the capital, Harare. The massive turnout was organized by Mugabe’s ruling party, ZANU-PF, in response to recent anti-government demonstrations and a nationwide....

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe Says Activist Pastor Funded by Foreign States
HARARE - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday said an activist pastor behind anti-government protests this month was being sponsored by foreign countries set on destabilising his administration. On July 8, a 'stay away' protest movement led by church minister Evan Mawarire shut down most....

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Church Building Collapse in Asaba Leave Four Hospitalised
Omon-Julius Onabu in Asaba. A church building under construction has collapsed in Asaba, Delta State, leaving at least four construction workers seriously injured. Eyewitness accounts said that the structure, said to be the regional headquarters of a new generation church, reportedly collapsed following a rainstorm on Tuesday night.

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The Latest: Baton Rouge mayor to run for congressional seat
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Pastor nanglugos og 15-anyos nasikop sa Compostela Valley
MONTEVISTA, Compostela Valley –- Malampuson nga naaresto sa hiniusang pwersa sa kapulisan ang pastor nga pinangita sa balaod sa Purok 8, Barangay San Jose, alas kwatro sa hapon, Martes, Hulyo 19. Ang dinakpan giila nga si alyas Gino (tinuod nga pangalan gitago sa SuperBalita), 32, minyo, Missionary....

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Nashville pastor, associate indicted on 4 counts of theft
A Nashville area pastor and his associate have been indicted on four counts of theft each Friday, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. TBI has accused Mt. Hopewell Baptist Church pastor Clinton Lewis and Andre Trice of securing state grant money for an addiction treatment program that did not exist.

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Five Charged With Murder of Pastor Whose Head Was Found In A Car
The alleged ringleader William Mason (centre) and the other four accused were remanded to prison. (Credit: Channel 5 Belize) BELIZE CITY, Belize, Wednesday July 20, 2016 – A Guyanese/Canadian businessman in Belize and four of his cohorts are facing murder and kidnapping charges, following the....

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Berkeley: Faith groups call for stop to deportations
BERKELEY -- A coalition of faith organizations this week invoked religious and national tradition, as well as Berkeley's history as a city of refuge, in calling for a stop to deportations and implementation of a more humane immigration policy. "We are doing what Congress has refused to do; what the....

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Berkeley: Faith groups call for stop to deportations
BERKELEY -- A coalition of faith organizations this week invoked religious and national tradition, as well as Berkeley's history as a city of refuge, in calling for a stop to deportations and implementation of a more humane immigration policy. "We are doing what Congress has refused to do; what the....

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