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TERRA INCOGNITA: Denial, ISIS wins when you are silent
Dhaka, Baghdad, Istanbul, Medina. The evil arm of Islamist terror associated with Islamic State reached out to murder people throughout the world in the past week. In Iraq and Saudi Arabia, the murderers struck as Muslims were breaking their fast during Ramadan. In Turkey and Bangladesh, the killers targeted foreigners.

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It Is Important to Have Perspective on Elie Wiesel's Legacy
Through Oprah, Wiesel secured his brand as the high priest of Holocaust theology, the quasi-religion he introduced some 30 years earlier in a New York Times op-ed: “The Holocaust [is] the ultimate event,” he insisted, “the ultimate mystery, never to be comprehended or transmitted.

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GARISSA ATTACK VICTIMS CALLING FOR GOVERNMENT AID
by Stephen Ingati and Fabian Mangera GARISSA (Xinhua) -- A somber mood engulfed the African Inland Church in Kenya’s Garissa town as worshipers gathered on Sunday to mark the fourth anniversary after the 2012 terror attack that claimed 17 people. While marking the anniversary, hundreds of....

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Donald Trump’s Dream Veep Is Newt Gingrich
Even nearly 20 years since he departed Congress, Newt Gingrich is still the most feared Republican in America. Why? Because the role of Republican leadership in the three coequal branches of government has largely collapsed since he left. Newt paints in bold colors, like Ronald Reagan did when he said , “Our people look for a cause to believe in.

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Ashley Madison Faces F.T.C. Inquiry Amid Rebranding
Avid Life Media’s chief executive, Rob Segal, right, and its president, James Millership. Credit Chris Helgren/Reuters. The Federal Trade Commission is investigating Ashley Madison, a year after the adultery-focused website was roiled by an enormous breach of its members’ personal data, company executives said on Tuesday.

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Immanuel Temple to host free ‘Come Together Day’ for students
The Rev. John F. White II, who believes it is important to feed the minds and physical needs of our youth as well as provide food for their souls, will host the fifth annual free “Come Together Day” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 30 at Jackson North Medical Center, 160 NW 170th St. in North Miami Beach.

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PASTOR MACDONNA NOW APOSTLE WITH MORE RESPONSIBILITY
Pastor Lucien Mac Donna, an influential Minister and Evangelist in Anguilla, has been ordained as an Apostle. He has thirty years as a preacher, a church planter in the Caribbean and an evangelist in Europe, and North and South America. Chairman of the Anguilla Evangelical Association, he is also....

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Kollah Foundation CEO Pledges to Increase Humanitarian Services - Honored Father of the Year
Monrovia The Chief Executive Officer of a local charitable organization in Liberia, the Kollah Foundation, Martin Saye Kollah has been honored and certificated as "Father of the 2016 / 2017 by the Kingdom Addict Ministries Incorporated, Reigners' Assembly in the S.K.D. Sports Complex in Paynesville, Montserrado County.

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Airhiavbere Carpets Edo PDP Leaders over Comments on Oshiomhole
Adibe Emenyonu in Benin City. Former governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2012 general election and aspirant in the just-concluded APC governorship primaries, Major-General Charles Airhiavbere, has said that Chief Tom Ikimi, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion and Chief Tony Anenih....

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Victim who stabbed church-going 'predator' in the neck wins praise from judge
Pharmacy student Joshua Okugbeni ran off with his trousers down when his victim stabbed him in the neck with her keys. Joshua Okugbeni, jailed for attacks on two women. A brave woman has won praise from a judge for stabbing a sex “predator” in the neck with her keys after he pounced on her in the street.

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Edo 2016: Ize-Iyamu, PDP Leaders Wasting Their Time – Airhiavbere
Francis Onoiribholo. Benin – Edo State governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2012 general election, Major-General Charles Airhiavbere, on Tuesday described Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu’s belief that the party’s bigwigs in the state, including Chief Tom Ikimi, Chief Gabriel....

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Zimbabwe doctors, teachers and nurses strike over unpaid wages
Teachers, doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe began a strike over unpaid salaries on Tuesday, a day after police used force against protesting taxi drivers in the capital Harare amid a deteriorating economic situation. Zimbabwe is battling its worst drought in a quarter of a century, while the economy is....

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It Is Important to Have Perspective on the Elie Wiesel Legacy
The news of Elie Wiesel’s death on the early morning of July 2nd ushered in veneration and reflections by figures across the political spectrum, from to to to George W. Bush . Hailed as a moral giant, the outpouring of praise consolidated Wiesel as the most important voice of the Holocaust and the central preceptor of its lessons.

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County Officials Downplay Clean-Up Work at Old Courthouse as Routine and Preventative
For more than a week the air conditioning system in the old portion of the old Flagler County Courthouse—now the First Baptist Christian Academy, a thriving parochial school—has been undergoing some adjustments and repairs after a problem was discovered late in the school year.

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UPDATE 1-Zimbabwe doctors, teachers strike over unpaid wages as economy deteriorates
HARARE Teachers, doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe began a strike over unpaid salaries on Tuesday, a day after police used force against protesting taxi drivers in the capital, Harare, as the country's economy deteriorates. Zimbabwe is battling its worst drought in a quarter of a century, while the....

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Mourners gather for the funeral of an RAF veteran after an appeal was launched asking for people to attend
Strangers and members of the community gathered for the funeral of a RAF veteran after an appeal was launched asking for people to attend. The Royal Air Forces (RAF) Association launched the appeal on Monday after finding out a service for John Howell was set to take place at Margam Crematorium on Tuesday morning.

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Cyril Odibo Emerges Edo Labour Party Gov Candidate As Odia Ofeimu Kicks
Francis Onoiribholo. Benin – Edo State chapter of the Labour Party (LP) has elected Comrade Cyril Odibo as its governorship candidate for the September 10 governorship election in the state. Comrade Odibo from Esan South East Local Government Area of the state scored 96 votes out of the 116 votes....

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See how Pastor Chris Oyakhilome was welcomed like a king in UK (photos)
Christ Embassy Church founder, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, was recently in UK. He flew a private jet into the UK for the Warship and Communion conference last month and when he got to the airport. He received a kingly welcome from members of his church after which he was driven to his destination in a Rolls Royce Phantom.

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Call for ruling after silence in Toggie and Bobo case
By AVA TURNQUEST. Tribune Chief Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . CANADIAN fashion designer Peter Nygard and lawyer Keod Smith did not enter a defence to allegations that the pair orchestrated a murder for hire plot against several Save The Bays directors and a pastor.

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Zimbabwe doctors, teachers strike over unpaid wages as economy deteriorates
By MacDonald Dzirutwe. HARARE (Reuters) - Teachers, doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe began a strike over unpaid salaries on Tuesday, a day after police used force against protesting taxi drivers in the capital Harare amid a deteriorating economic situation.

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Zimbabwe protestors strike, tweet and fight in bid to ‘shut down’ country
Tensions rose across Zimbabwe on Tuesday as doctors, teachers and nurses walked out on strike over unpaid wages a day after violent clashes between police and taxi drivers in separate protests over economic mismanagement. Thousands of Zimbabweans flooded social media to voice their frustration at....

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Vueling faces Spanish government enquiry after stranding thousands in Barcelona
British Airway’s low-cost sister outfit Vueling may face stiff financial penalties after its executives were called in to meet with representatives of the Spanish government following thousands of passengers being stranded at Barcelona airport. In the last few days 48 flights have been cancelled, and another 60 were scratched on Tuesday.

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Heather Headley’s 15-Year Intermission
Then, last summer, she starred as the witch in a production of “Into the Woods” at the Muny in St. Louis.(“I’m scared of Sondheim — I am very major chord — but it was an amazing experience.”) “Truth be told, I decided years ago not to call it a job, because I know people who work — my mother worked, hard,” she said.

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Zimbabwe doctors, teachers strike over unpaid wages as economy deteriorates
Zimbabwe is battling its worst drought in a quarter of a century, while the economy is beset by cash shortages, prompting small, spontaneous protests over the past month. Monday's protests were the first to turn violent since 2005. President Robert Mugabe has used the police to keep a lid on the....

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Zimbabwe doctors, teachers strike over unpaid wages as economy deteriorates
Teachers, doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe began a strike over unpaid salaries on Tuesday, a day after police used force against protesting taxi drivers in the capital Harare amid a deteriorating economic situation. Zimbabwe is battling its worst drought in a quarter of a century, while the economy is....

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Police substation awaits touted businesses
Approaching two years after Little Rock opened a new mixed-use police substation on 12th Street, the city is still trying to make good on its promise to open new businesses on the struggling commercial corridor. Nearly 8,000 square feet, or 18 percent of the $12.5 million building sits vacant today.

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