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Horrific: How my father, sister were burnt alive by Boko Haram over being Christians
– One of the survivors of the Boko Haram attacks recounted how his family was murdered over rejecting to convert into Muslims. – The man demanded justice from the government of President Buhari. – John escaped to the Anambra state while his brother moved to the USA.

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How Boko Haram burnt my father, sister alive in church in Kano – Man laments
Mbah, who now resides in Okpoko, Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra State, said he was living in Dadawa, an outskirt of Sabongari, Kano State when the incident occurred on April 30. The victim lamented how his entire family was burnt to death in his church – Discipleship Ministries in the area by the dreaded Islamic religious sect.

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Man who was allegedly part of the Evil 8 paedophile ring appears in Perth court
The matter would then be listed for sentencing or trial very promptly, Mr Heath said. Impicciatore's bail has been extended. Another man accused of abusing the girl, Ryan Trevor Clegg, also appeared in the same court on Thursday. Clegg, 42, is charged with 61 offences including five counts of....

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Activists give ultimatum to Zimbabwean government
ZIMBABWE’S government is facing an ultimatum from activists: act decisively against corruption‚ injustice and poverty or citizens will embark on a second‚ longer national stay-away. Pastor Evan Mawarire‚ the man behind the #ThisFlag movement that mobilised civil society to protest against President....

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The Latest: 1 officer was involved in 2014 shooting of man
BATON ROUGE, La. The Latest on the police shooting of a Baton Rouge man (all times local): 5:20 p.m. Court documents say one of the two white officers in the fatal shooting of a black man outside a convenience store was previously involved in a shooting with an armed man.

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Protests erupt in Baton Rouge as video shows police shooting and killing man pinned to the ground
The officers, identified by the chief as Blane Salamoni, a four-year member of the department, and Howie Lake II, who has been on the force for three years, were placed on administrative leave, standard department procedure. Authorities would not say whether one or both fired their weapons or how many times.

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Business subdued in Zimbabwe's major cities in rare massive strike over a decade
by Greitnah Machingura, Xu Lingui. HARARE, July 6 (Xinhua) -- Business activity was severely subdued in Zimbabwe's capital Harare and other major cities on Wednesday after a social media-organized movement successfully persuaded many urban Zimbabweans to stay at home to protest against the country's economic decay.

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Trenton firefighters donate 60 fans as heat saps region
— City firefighters donated 60 fans to three churches Wednesday as a heat wave hovered over the state. The 12-inch, tabletop fans were donated by firefighters through their union, and were distributed to the House of Blessing Church of God, New Hope Church of God and the Mt. Bethel Church of God, all in the city.

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Edo 2016: PDP Demands Arrest of Sheriff for ‘Contempt of Court’
The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to immediately order the arrest and prosecution of the former National Chairman of the Party, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff and Hon. Matthew Iduoriyekemwen for disobeying court judgment and charge them for contempt.

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East Baton Rouge DA: ‘Officers feel they were completely justified’ in shooting of Alton Sterling
Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- Pastor Gerard A. Robinson Sr. of McKowen Baptist, right, and BRPD Chief Carl Dabadie Jr., left, leave a news conference about the officer-involved shooting of Alton Sterling Wednesday morning July 6, 2016. Blane Salamoni Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG --....

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Tension Between Baton Rouge Residents and Police Predates Alton Sterling's Death
The relationship between the Baton Rouge community and the city's police force was tense long before the killing of Alton Sterling, according to individuals who spoke with ABC News. Sterling, 37, was killed early Tuesday in a shooting that was captured on cellphone video.

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Zimbabweans stay at home in protest against economic hardships
HARARE (Reuters) - 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....

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Tension Between Baton Rouge Residents and Police Predates Alton Sterling's Death
The relationship between the Baton Rouge community and the city's police force was tense long before the killing of Alton Sterling, according to individuals who spoke with ABC News. Sterling, 37, was killed early Tuesday in a shooting that was captured on cellphone video.

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Feds open investigation into deadly police shooting
BATON ROUGE, La. — The U.S. Justice Department opened a civil rights investigation Wednesday into the video-recorded police killing of a black man who authorities say had a gun as he wrestled with two white officers on the pavement outside a convenience store.

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Zimbabweans stay at home in protest against economic hardships
By MacDonald Dzirutwe. HARARE (Reuters) - 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.

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Police investigate St. Louis church arson, vandalism
Sioux City, IA (51101) Today. Thunderstorms. Tonight. Scattered thunderstorms early, then mainly cloudy overnight with thunderstorms likely. A few storms may be severe. Low 69F. Winds E at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 80%. Updated: July 6, 2016 @ 3:52 pm; ST. LOUIS (AP) — Authorities in St.

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NEAB says it is appalled at US Embassy’s raising of LGBT flag
By Marion Ali, Assistant Editor. The Reporter Newspaper The US Embassy’s hoisting of the LGBT rainbow flag on its compound last Thursday has raised the ire of the National Evangelical Association of Belize (NEAB), an umbrella organization that represents almost 300 churches and ministries across Belize.

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Construction begins for St. Martin’s new parish hall
Parishioners and some of the partners involved in the construction of the new parish hall at St. Martin de Porres church gathered this week for the hall’s official ground breaking. Father Matthew Ruhl, pastor at the church and local manager at the school, came together with parishioners and members....

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Dominican Republic’s new top Catholic stokes Haitian row
Santo Domingo.- Francisco Ozoria’s appointment as Santo Domingo’s new archbishop has sparked surprise and skepticism as past events reveal contradictions over his role as a defender of immigrants and descendants of Haitians, and radically different positions from those of to his predecessor, the outspoken cardinal Nicolas de Jesus Lopez Rodriguez.

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Economic meltdown: Ugwuanyi goes to God
BY FRANCIS IGATA. ENUGU—Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, Wednesday, offered special prayers for God’s intervention over the present economic and social challenges the country is passing through, asking for the wisdom, power and courage to continue to discharge his responsibilities effectively.

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Edo 2016: I can’t bring myself low to your hunger games, Ikimi replies Idahosa
Former Foreign Affairs Minister and Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, High Chief Tom Ikimi, on Wednesday, berated the Special Adviser to Governor Adams Oshiomhole on Political Matters, Chief Charles Idahosa, for saying he (Ikimi) was bellyaching because Oshiomhole didn’t support his....

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Feds open investigation into deadly Baton Rouge police shooting
BATON ROUGE, La. — The U.S. Justice Department opened a civil rights investigation Wednesday into the video-recorded police killing of a black man who authorities say had a gun as he wrestled with two white officers on the pavement outside a convenience store.

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Police slaying of a black man in Baton Rouge leads to more unrest, soul-searching
It's impossible to watch video of the fatal shooting of a 37-year-old man - his body pinned to the ground by two Baton Rouge police officers before the shots rang out - without getting goose bumps. Please notice that I didn't mention the victim, Alton Sterling, is black.

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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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IRS: A new phone scam threatens college students
I write so often about scams that target the elderly that it’s almost refreshing to write about one targeting young people. Almost, but not quite, since scammers are the dregs of society and whenever one calls me I fantasize about exactly what punishment I would inflict should we ever meet in person.

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Police investigate St. Louis church arson, vandalism
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Authorities in St. Louis are investigating arson at a predominantly black church that was also vandalized with racist graffiti. Firefighters were called to the Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church just before 2 a.m. Tuesday after a building alarm sounded, and found the church on fire.

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