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AME Church marks 200 years in birthplace of Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The African Methodist Episcopal Church, founded by a freed slave who created a new religion rather than endure racism from white worshippers, is marking its bicentennial in its birthplace of Philadelphia. As many as 30,000 people are estimated to be in the city for the AME....

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Yearning for a first step? Here are 14 things you can do today to move forward after the week’s killings
People in Charlotte are like people all over the country right now: trying to find something to do, some action to take, some new words to express heartbreak as the violence of this past week, from Baton Rouge to St. Paul to Dallas, washes over us. “I’m so tired of just posting things.

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Community events to help Dallas Ambush victims
Here's how the community is reaching out to help. Saturday. A boy in Burleson is holding a cookie and lemonade sale at 1355 Blayke Street. All the money rasied will be donated to the Russ Martin Listeners Foundation to benefit fallen police officers and their families. The location is west of Burleson High School off SW Hillside Drive.

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Zimbabwe’s dark and ugly past returns to haunt citizens
The Harare administration failed to pay civil servants June salaries which sparked fears of the dark days of 2008 when the country’s economy collapsed sending thousands into neighbouring countries to look for a livelihood. As the situation worsen by the day, early Monday, commuter operators across....

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Divine Prophecy: Read Pastor Kumuyi’s latest message to Nigerians about Buhari
When asked about his vision for Nigeria at such a period that there is a lot of tension everywhere by different groups, he said: “The vision is to see that our desire, goal and aspirations in this country are actually fulfilled, and that in our actions and relationships we are a blessing to Individuals and the whole country.

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74 arrested in Rochester, but protests otherwise peaceful
A look at protests and related events nationwide and in the United Kingdom on Friday following the police shootings of black men in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, and the deadly sniper attack on police officers in Dallas. ARKANSAS.

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It is good to take one for the team
Consider this: a husband and wife are meant to be a team, as is a family, a business partnership, a Bible study, an investment club or even a neighborhood. Human beings love to gather in groups, around common goals and values. Once a formal group is formed, people will be appointed into roles or positions.

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Nationwide protest decry police shootings of blacks
A look at protests and related events nationwide and in the United Kingdom on Friday following the police shootings of black men in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, and the deadly sniper attack on police officers in Dallas. ARKANSAS.

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Rexdale community remembers murdered teen, discusses how to end gun violence
An open discussion about the rise of gun violence among young people is being held at a Rexdale high school today. Activist Spider Jones was at West Humber Collegiate Institute and told CP24, “We’re tired of young people killing one another.” He said the purpose of the discussion was to “bring the....

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74 arrested in Rochester, but protests otherwise peaceful
A look at protests and related events nationwide and in the United Kingdom on Friday following the police shootings of black men in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, and the deadly sniper attack on police officers in Dallas. ARKANSAS.

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AME Church marks 200 years in birthplace of Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (AP) " The African Methodist Episcopal Church, founded by a freed slave who created a new religion rather than endure racism from white worshippers, is marking its bicentennial in its birthplace of Philadelphia. As many as 30,000 people are estimated to be in the city for the AME....

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Iwi push claim to Awaroa as people of NZ take ownership
The beach was privately owned by European families until it was bought for the nation with $2.3 million donated through a Givealittle campaign last summer. Awaroa Beach becomes part of the Abel Tasman National Park today after 40,000 Kiwis raised the money to buy it - but local Maori want the Government to hand it on to them.

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Black Lives Matter: Dallas police shooting shouldn't take away from issues
In Southern California, the frustration with the expected change in dialogue was widespread. ȁ#x201c;Now the conversation is going to change. The conversation is going to now focus on what happened in Dallas, versus the questionable shootings of African-Americans in the country,ȁ#x201d; said Jasmyne Cannick, a political and social commentator.

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Brian Manning: Set up fund in dad's name to provide low-cost housing in region
Brian Manning, one of the sons of former prime minister Patrick Manning, has called on the Government to set up a development fund in his father's name to provide housing for low-income earners across the region. During the eulogy, Brian said his father was his hero and a man who loved people.

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Nationwide Protest Decry Police Shootings of Blacks
ARKANSAS. About 300 people gathered in front of the state Capitol to seek solutions to racial strife, which Little Rock knows so well. The pastor of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in North Little Rock said Friday everyone should be working to end the nation's unsettled time. "The question remains, 'When will enough be enough?'" Earl Graham Jr.

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'Cops Cop,' Newlywed, Veteran Among Dallas Sniper Victims
One slain officer was a newlywed. Another had survived multiple tours in Iraq, only to be killed back home in the U.S. A protester who doesn't normally march was shot trying to shield her sons. The stories of those killed or wounded in a sniper attack in Dallas during a protest over recent police....

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Lubbock Resident Organizes Vigil to Mourn Dallas Shooting
About thirty people showed support by attending of the vigil Friday evening. Local pastors said this was an opportunity to build on the relationship the community has with local law enforcement. "How long before it actually gets into the front yard, how long is it before it's on our actual....

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Lubbock Community Mourns Dallas Shooting Tragedy Communities across the state and the country expressed tears, sadness, compassion, and gratitude
LUBBOCK, Texas (KLBK) Communities across the state and the country expressed tears, sadness, compassion, and gratitude for law enforcement a day after Dallas Police officers were killed during a protest. At least five officers died, and several others were injured, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said.

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News Day after tragedy, Fort Worth PD recruits take their oath Day after tragedy, Fort Worth PD recruits take their oath FORT WORTH -- Thirty-eight new Fort Worth police officers took the oath Friday morning. Their proudest moment came at the darkest time
FORT WORTH -- Thirty-eight new Fort Worth police officers took the oath Friday morning. Their proudest moment came at the darkest time for police and their loved ones. Bagpipes ushered Academy Class 139 into the sanctuary at Christ Chapel Church. They snapped off their hats in unison for the invocation.

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News AME Church marks 200 years in birthplace of Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (AP) The African Methodist Episcopal Church, founded by a freed slave who created a new religion rather than endure racism from white worshippers, is marking its bicentennial in its birthplace of Philadelphia. As many as 30,000 people are estimated to be in the city for the AME Church's....

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Black Lives Matter protests continue, despite criticism
Associated Press. The Black Lives Matter movement isn't backing down, despite concerns about a backlash after the killings of five police officers by a black sniper in Dallas. Organizers quickly repudiated violence against police, but also said they understand the frustration that led to Thursday's shootings.

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220-year-old Bible back in family's hands
MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — It is not often you can flip through a book that was printed during George Washington's presidency. But Roger Baker has a Bible that belonged to his great-great-great-great-great-grandfather Andrew Baker. Andrew (1749-1815) was a pastor who lived in North Carolina and Virginia....

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Black Lives Matter demonstrators return to streets despite criticism
The Black Lives Matter movement isn't backing down, despite concerns about a backlash after the killings of five police officers by a black sniper in Dallas. Organizers quickly repudiated violence against police, but also said they understand the frustration that led to Thursday's shootings.

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220-year-old Bible back in family’s hands
MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — It is not often you can flip through a book that was printed during George Washington’s presidency. But Roger Baker has a Bible that belonged to his great-great-great-great-great-grandfather Andrew Baker. Andrew (1749-1815) was a pastor who lived in North Carolina and Virginia....

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The Latest: Mayor says Dallas shooter used AR-15 rifle
DALLAS (AP) - The Latest on the shooting of police officers in Dallas (all times local): 5:45 p.m. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings says the suspect in the sniper slayings of five officers used an AR-15 rifle. Rawlings said that's the type of weapon 25-year-old Micah Johnson used in the attack Thursday night in downtown Dallas.

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The Latest: Mayor Says Dallas Shooter Used AR-15 Rifle
The Latest on the shooting of police officers in Dallas (all times local): 5:45 p.m. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings says the suspect in the sniper slayings of five officers used an AR-15 rifle. Rawlings said that's the type of weapon 25-year-old Micah Johnson used in the attack Thursday night in downtown Dallas.

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