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How a freedom fighter became a Lion King star
Lindiwe Dlamini is one of the longest serving members of cast, joining the show when it first premiered on Broadway. "I don't think anybody thought that it would be this big," she says. Dlamini's own rise has been equally unexpected. The daughter of a pastor, the Durban-born actress began singing as....

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Noble cause: Fundraiser arranged at FCC church
LAHORE: Over a hundred people packed the International Christian Fellowship (ICF) Church at Forman Christian College on Friday at a fundraising concert organised in collaboration with the Languages Recording Institute (LRI) and Livewire Studios. The 12-member choir performed 10 gospel songs and received thunderous applause from the audience.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) " The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
John Fife hands a police officer guarding Jack Evans Police Headquarters a rose in Dallas on Friday July 8, 2016. Snipers opened fire on police officers in the heart of Dallas during protests over two recent fatal police shootings of black men. (Nathan Hunsinger/The Dallas Morning News via AP) ....

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks. They delivered coffee, pizzas, cakes and moments of solace for officers grieving after the deadliest day for U.S. law enforcement since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. SHARED SORROW.

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More Than 100 Arrested at Black Lives Matter Protests
In Baton Rouge, 30 people were arrested, mostly for obstructing a highway and inciting to riot, officials said. At one point, an officer pulled his handgun on protesters in an incident caught on video. Baton Rouge Lt. Johnny Dunham told NBC News that the footage is being reviewed. "It's difficult to tell why the officer pulled his weapon.

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How ‘Get Through’ Actually Got Through
CYRIL Felix, alias Get Through, is still working on getting over the anguish he faced as a Rastafarian in the early days of the movement. But he unequivocally professes that his love of calypso flows too steadily in his veins for him to ever part with the art form.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
Jasen Frelot, left, holding his daughter Ruby, gives a pat to Seattle police officer Daniel Aguirre after handing the officer a rose in response to the shootings of police officers in Dallas, Friday, July 8, 2016, in Seattle. Frelot was among a handful of members of the local faith community handing out the flowers as a way to reach out in support.

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Officers felled by Dallas sniper hailed as kind, devoted
They were spouses and parents. They volunteered in schools and at church. And they had sworn to serve and protect. The five officers killed in this week's sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others. Thursday's attack also injured seven officers and two civilians.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Millennium Park, Loop protesters: 'No justice, no peace - no racist police'
Chanting, "No justice, no peace — no racist police," a group of about 100 protesters gathered near The Bean in busy Millennium Park early Saturday afternoon, in a response to this week's police-involved killings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, La., and Philando Castile in suburban St. Paul, Minn.

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Officers Felled by Dallas Sniper Hailed as Kind, Devoted
They were spouses and parents. They volunteered in schools and at church. And they had sworn to serve and protect. The five officers killed in this week's sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others. Thursday's attack also injured seven officers and two civilians.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
Two patrol cars serving as a memorial outside of Dallas police headquarters were adorned with flowers, signs and flags by some of the people pausing to pay their respects to the five officers killed and seven wounded. John Fife, with his ball cap in hand, passed a red rose to an officer sitting in a vehicle guarding those headquarters.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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North Center-Roscoe Village, IL
Thinking of buying "final expense" life insurance? Here's a trick to get tens of thousands more for your beneficiaries. ​Chicago native and Milwaukee Bucks guard Jabari Parker said he will make sure no one touches the president. Foreclosures for sale are still being listed regularly all across , including in North Center-Roscoe Village.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
COLUMBUS, Ohio The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas Officers Spurs Acts of Kindness to Police
The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks. They delivered coffee, pizzas, cakes and moments of solace for officers grieving after the deadliest day for U.S. law enforcement since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. SHARED SORROW.

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Dallas' hard-earned diversity of leadership may help city heal after police shootings
When the nation turned its eyes to Dallas after five of its police officers were gunned down, it saw a white mayor and a black police chief working together. It was a quiet moment of unity amid tragedy and a heated national debate about race and the relationship between black Americans and law enforcement officials.

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Mother of seven killed while evangelizing in Abuja
Adelani Adepegba, Abuja. A 42 year-old mother of seven, Mrs. Eunice Elisha, was on Saturday morning murdered by unknown assailants while evangelizing around Gbazango-West area of Kubwa, a satellite town in the Federal Capital Territory. Eunice, who was a Deaconess at the Divine Touch Parish of the....

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Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
The Dallas shooting that killed five officers has spurred an outpouring of support for police, not only in Texas but hundreds of miles away. Around the country, people have showed up at local departments with flowers, sent social media messages or called to say thanks.

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Bishop’s son escapes UNIPORT’s kidnappers
…bags first class degree in Ghana. By Sam Eyoboka. U FUOMATOMA Kwakpovwe, 26, was registered to read Pharmacy at the Uni-versity of Port Harcourt and was doing just that when four demon-possessed gun-toting yet-to-be-identified hood-lums attempted to kidnap him and the attendant emotional trauma....

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"I will miss his laughter" Jul. 9, 2016, 3:19 PM AST
Share: ON a day of lofty speeches and mighty accolades, it was a young minister of religion, speaking at the State Funeral for Patrick Manning, who many believe gave a fitting testimonial on behalf of the former prime minister. Pastor Luke Quamina told mourners at the Holy Trinity Cathedral on....

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Amazing! Government plans naming ceremony for Lion named after governor (photo)
– The Plateau state government has ongoing plans for the naming ceremony of a lion named after Governor Simon Lalong. – The Lion will be called “Lion King Lalong” after it was killed last year while trying to escape The Ministry of Tourism in Plateau state revealed on Saturday, July 9 that there are....

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Protesters in Millennium Park: 'No justice, no peace - no racist police'
Chanting "no justice, no peace — no racist police" a small group of protesters gathered near The Bean in busy Millennium Park early afternoon, a response to the recent police-involved killings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, La. and Philando Castile in suburban St. Paul, Minn. this week. About 1:30 p.

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