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From tweets to streets, Zimbabwe social media anger erupts into anti-Mugabe protests
By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE (Reuters) - Organisers of a general strike against Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe pledged on Thursday to continue action until he falls, as a spontaneous social media movement has coalesced into the biggest uprising against his rule in nearly a decade.

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Christian woman found dead in Indian jungle 'was threatened by relatives over faith'
A Christian young woman who appears to have died in an Indian jungle is the suspected victim of a faith-related murder, according to local Christians and the charity The 20-year-old, known as Samjheera, was found dead in a jungle near where she lived in Dumra, Latehar District in Jharkhand on 14 June.

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From tweets to streets, Zimbabwe social media anger erupts into anti-Mugabe protests
By MacDonald Dzirutwe. HARARE (Reuters) - Organisers of a general strike against Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe pledged on Thursday to continue action until he falls, as a spontaneous social media movement has coalesced into the biggest uprising against his rule in nearly a decade.

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From tweets to streets, Zimbabwe social media anger erupts into anti-Mugabe protests
HARARE Organisers of a general strike against Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe pledged on Thursday to continue action until he falls, as a spontaneous social media movement has coalesced into the biggest uprising against his rule in nearly a decade. Zimbabweans have been using the Internet in....

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Nation-Now Baton Rouge mourns Alton Sterling at vigil Baton Rouge mourns Alton Sterling at vigil Through the voices of many, the message was clear: People must be held accountable . Nation-Now 28 minutes ago
Thousands came together Wednesday night in prayer and peaceful protest during a candlelight vigil held at the place Alton Sterling, 37, died at the hands of two Baton Rouge police officers just one day earlier. Speakers urged attendees to hold police accountable.

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From tweets to streets, Zimbabwe social media anger erupts into anti-Mugabe protests
HARARE (Reuters) - Organisers of a general strike against Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe pledged on Thursday to continue action until he falls, as a spontaneous social media movement has coalesced into the biggest uprising against his rule in nearly a decade.

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Zanu-PF Activist Turns to God
One of ZANU-PF's notorious activists, Fidelis Fengu, is quitting active politics to become a Pentecostal church pastor. Likening himself to biblical prophet, Daniel, who was thrown in a den of lions and survived the ordeal unscathed, Fengu has joined a local church called the Living God Ministry....

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Mutharika Preaches Unity, Hard Work On Malawi 52nd Independence Day
President Prof. Peter Mutharika Wednesday called upon all Malawians to unite, work hard together with a high sense of integrity and patriotism to attain economic freedom. He made the call at this year's independence Day Celebration held at the Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe....

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Evangelist Kalonga Wins International Special Recognition Award
A prophet is without honour in his or her own homeland, they say, and it may sound an overused and somewhat boring cliché but this adage cannot be further from the truth for UK-based Malawian female charismatic preacher, Evangelist Elizabeth Kalonga. While her compatriots from the homeland, Malawi....

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Nation-Now Baton Rouge mourns Alton Sterling at vigil
Thousands came together Wednesday night in prayer and peaceful protest during a candlelight vigil held at the place Alton Sterling, 37, died at the hands of two Baton Rouge police officers just one day earlier. Speakers urged attendees to hold police accountable.

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Pastor Osagie Ize Iyamu remains a Hobson’s choice
My dear people of Edo State my services has not been retained as I write this piece but I have found it absolutely necessary to join forces with the right minds to effect this desired change. You have the power to change the political landscape of Edo State.

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Zimbabweans stay at home in protest against economic hardships
Zimbabweans stayed at home on Wednesday and foreign banks and most businesses in the capital shut down, in one of the biggest protests against high unemployment, an acute cash shortage and corruption for nearly a decade. Evan Mawarire, a pastor whose social media movement #ThisFlag organised the....

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Pastor arrested in Salem for raping child he met at church
Mauricio Aguilera-Garcia, a pastor at Our Father's House in Salem, was arrested this week for multiple sex crimes, Marion County Sheriff's Office deputies said. ((Marion County Sheriff's Office)) Deputies arrested a Salem pastor for raping a juvenile he met through his work at a local church, Marion County Sheriff's Office officials said.

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Zimbabwe strike winds down as Mugabe’s ruling party blames West
A strike in Zimbabwe started winding down on Thursday with opposition groups promising future protests over the southern African nation’s economic collapse that has led to a shortage of cash, import controls and the failure of the government to pay salaries on time.

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Zimbabweans stay at home in protest against economic hardships
Harare – Zimbabweans stayed at home on Wednesday while foreign banks and most businesses in the capital shut down operations, in one of the biggest – and peaceful – stay-away actions in nearly a decade. The national stay-away day, fronted by social-media movement #ThisFlag, followed violent clashes....

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Notorious Zanu-PF activist finds God
ONE of ZANU-PF's notorious activists, Fidelis Fengu, is quitting active politics to become a Pentecostal church pastor. Likening himself to biblical prophet, Daniel, who was thrown in a den of lions and survived the ordeal unscathed, Fengu has joined a local church called the Living God Ministry....

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Nigeria: Ministry, EU Partner On N36 Billion Water Project for Niger Delta
Abuja The European Union (EU) and the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs are planning a N36 billion water project for nine states of the Niger Delta, which are expected to contribute N350 million each as counterpart-funding. According to the minister, Pastor Uguru Usani Uguru, the states have a window of 30 days to take advantage of the offer.

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Tampa pastor's response to Alton Read Story
Alton Sterling, the black man whose fatal shooting by Baton Rouge police outside a convenience store is raising questions across the country, was a father of four and small-scale businessman who is being described by those who knew him as generous, hardworking and nonviolent.

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NC's HB2 reflects unfounded fear of the other
Originally published in the on June 29, 2016. Chapel Hill News The lynchpin underlying support for House Bill 2, the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act, is the notion that transgender people ought to use bathrooms that match their biological sex, not their gender expression.

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The end to Robert Mugabe years of tyranny is here now
HARARE – The question that was being asked and debated the most by many Zimbabweans, after long-suffering citizens staged the biggest general strike ever mounted in the history of the country yesterday, was whether the unprecedented stay-away marked the beginning of the end for President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF.

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Inside Sydney's packed Hillsong Church conference: Thousands of people attend annual concert after snapping up tickets for $350
Thousands of people flocked from all over the world to attend the 2016 Hillsong conference in this week. Sydney The evangelical christian mega-church has enjoyed huge success with its conferences over the last 30 years. Pastor Brian Houston told 7News that his first conference was attended by 150 people in a warehouse in Baulkham Hills.

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Edo Guber Poll - PDP Calls for Sheriff's Arrest for Contempt of Court
Abuja The national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) led by Senator Ahmed Makarfi has demanded the immediate arrest and prosecution of Senator Ali Modu Sheriff for contempt of court for issuing certificate of return to Matthew Iduoriyekemwen as the factional candidate of the party in the Edo State governorship election.

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Teenager dies on mission trip to help children at an orphanage
. SIDNEY, Ohio ( WDTN ) – A teenager from Ohio died while serving on a mission trip to Tijuana Mexico on Sunday. Ty Martin,17, was one of eight students and four adults visiting an orphanage on a mission trip with Sidney First United Methodist Church when he took a fatal fall. This was his third mission trip with the church.

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PDP’s Crisis Is God’s Vengeance On The Party For Destroying Nigeria – Oshiomhole
SAN FRANCISCO, July 06, (THEWILL) – Governor Ad­ams Oshiomhole of Edo State on Wednesday at­tributed the crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to God’s punishment of the party for al­legedly destructing the country. Noting that thieves who brought Ni­geria to its knees were now on the....

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SAPS continues roadblocks near Beitbridge
EPA A man walks along empty stalls in Mbare, Harare, Zimbabwe, on Wednesday. Most workers went on strike after a call by pressure groups for workers to stay at home as a form of peaceful protest as the government has failed to listen to the worker's plight of not being paid for months.

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ChristianMingle now allows gay dating, after a lawsuit
Men can now check out men, and women can search for women, on the religious dating site ChristianMingle, which previously sanctioned only heterosexual relationships. The site opened to gay users after settling a lawsuit that claimed that it violated California’s non-discrimination law.

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