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Nashville area pastor, associate charged with fraudulently obtaining state grant money
NASHVILLE (WATE) – A Nashville area pastor and his associate were arrested and charged Friday with securing state grant money for an addiction treatment program that didn’t exist. Clinton Lewis, 48, of Hermitage, and Andre Trice, 38, of Antioch, are each charged with four counts of theft.

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Nashville area pastor, associate charged with fraudulently obtaining state grant money
NASHVILLE (WATE) – A Nashville area pastor and his associate were arrested and charged Friday with securing state grant money for an addiction treatment program that didn’t exist. Clinton Lewis, 48, of Hermitage, and Andre Trice, 38, of Antioch, are each charged with four counts of theft.

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U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum releases guide to combat hate speech
Hoping to make the world safer, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has published a guidebook on countering dangerous speech, authored by a young American who helped quell intertribal conflict in Kenya during its 2013 elections. “Defusing Hate: A Strategic Communication Guide to Counteract Dangerous....

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Woman killed by lightning mourned by family, friends
A week ago, Janika Williams-Gardner, boyfriend Russell Scott and her three children were on a trip to Florida and planning a future together. Now, Scott is helping plan her funeral after a last weekend. lightning strike killed the 33-year-old Gwinnett County woman in Daytona Beach Shores “It was....

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Canada a place where dreams come true
There’s nowhere better than Canada. “Dreams of all sizes in Canada can come true,” says Philippines-born singer Jenny James. She’s living proof. In just seven years in Canada, she got married, had two children, embarked on a career in music and loves playing on Canada Day just to say “Thank you.” Canadian dream stories are everywhere.

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Election facts: When polls close
▪ Forty-one mobile voting teams were to visit more than 400 remote locations across Australia by land, air and sea. ▪ Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) mobile voting teams will cover about 3.4 million square kilometres by road, air and sea. ▪ Information in 27 languages explaining how to vote will be available at every polling place.

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NAIJ.com daily digest: 10 top news that broke this Friday
The NAIJ.com team has gathered the most important news that hit the headlines on Friday, July 1. Find all the stories you might have missed below. 1. President Buhari is on the move again, check out where he’ll spend the weekend (photos) President Muhammadu Buhari will not be spending this weekend....

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Christian, Married, And Gay? Now What?
In 2014, I wrote an article called I'm a Gay Man Who Married a Straight Woman . Nearly two years later, I'm still contacted by men, and occasionally women, who find themselves in similar situations. Some start their letters by saying things like, "I've never told anyone this before" or "You will probably never hear from me again, but.

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Police UPND Campaign Center
Police in Lusaka today staged a predawn raid on the UPND campaign centre forcing their way into the building located in Rhodespark residential area. Party members found at the offices were taken in for questioning. It is not clear what the Police officers were looking for at the opposition party’s campaign center.

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Vigil to mourn Istanbul bombing victims brings faiths together in Richardson
Sarah Philips/Staff. The Raindrop Turkish House hosted a public interfaith prayer vigil for the victims of the suicide bombing at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on Friday. More than 6,000 miles of land and sea separate Richardson and Istanbul.

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Group seeks to restore felons’ voting rights
An activist group filed a class-action lawsuit Friday seeking to restore voting rights to tens of thousands of Louisiana residents serving probation or parole for felony offenses. The lawsuit, filed in 19th Judicial District Court in Baton Rouge, claims the state is disenfranchising nearly 70,000 citizens by enforcing “unconstitutional laws.

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PASTORS NEVER LOVED US
It doesn’t surprise me that a pastor like Andre Olivier of the famous Rivers Church in Johannesburg has uttered remarks widely perceived as racist to his multiracial congregation, where he implied blacks were disadvantaged because they are lazy and whites privileged because they work hard.

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Court Order Of Relief To Sheriff Has No Effect – Makarfi
Ex-Parte Order granted on behalf of Senator Ali Modu Sheriff by a F?ederal High Court, Abuja restricting INEC from accepting candidates? presented by the PDP is of no effect, null and void, National Caretaker Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said.

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Pastor jailed two weeks for road rage
A church pastor who challenged a businessman to a fight, then slammed a van door on him in a road rage incident, was sentenced to two weeks' jail on Thursday. Daniel Cheo Guan Beng, 46, a pastor with Impact Life Church, was ordered to pay compensation of medical fees totalling $48.75 to his 60-year-old victim Tay Kim Beng.

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Man robbed, killed in East Lake identified as Alabama Power employee
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Police are investigating a homicide in east Birmingham. Investigators say Tyrone Taylor, 49, of Birmingham, was robbed and killed at Rugby Avenue and 82nd Street South. Police say a witness to the case may be the stabbing suspect. Police say this witness told them he saw Taylor fighting with two men before the stabbing.

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Brother of pastor declared mentally competent to stand trial for murder
An Ohio judge has declared that a man charged with shooting his pastor brother last February is mentally competent to stand trial. The declaration was made by a Montgomery County judge on 68-year-old Daniel Schooler, the suspect in the shooting and killing of Rev. William Schooler, 70, during Sunday service at St.

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Talker Get more out of your money Get more out of your money Do you often wonder where your money is going? If asked, could you remember what you spent on food or clothing any given month? Many of us are living check to check. We pay our bills on time, th
Do you often wonder where your money is going? If asked, could you remember what you spent on food or clothing any given month? Many of us are living check to check. We pay our bills on time, thoughtfully consider any major purchases and we may even set aside money each month for emergencies.

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These are the lives the West Virginia flood victims lived
“He never met a stranger. He loved to help,” said his grandmother, Marie McMillion. “He was so lovable. He would have given you a big bear hug. Because he loved everybody.” The 4-year-old was killed in Jackson County on June 24, when an ankle-deep creek he loved to play in swelled to 6 feet as floodwater swamped West Virginia.

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Beitbridge revolt, three arrested
A ZIMRA warehouse in Beitbridge has been burnt as protests over the ban on imports continue in the border town and across the South African border. Three people have since been arrested, with the police and army now in full force in the town. Shops were closed for the better part of today as residents protested against the ban on imports.

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These are the lives the West Virginia flood victims lived
In this undated photo provided by Terry Boswell, Joni Adams and Sandy Boswell pose for a photo. The flood that ravaged West Virginia last week killed at least 23 people. Joni Adams was an avid runner. She ran the Charleston Distance Run for 40 years in a row and never missed a single one.

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These are the lives the West Virginia flood victims lived
The flood that ravaged West Virginia last week killed at least 23 people. They were young and old; they were in their cars and in their homes; they were housekeepers and schoolteachers and Batman fans. Here are some snapshots of the lives cut short: Eduardo Thomas McMillion, 4.

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Trump needs N.C. evangelicals. But will they back him?
D onald Trump has been stepping up his courtship of conservative Christians, meeting last month in New York with 1,000 leaders of the religious right and naming an “evangelical executive advisory board.” But while some evangelicals are ready to embrace the thrice-married business tycoon as a “lesser....

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These Are the Lives the West Virginia Flood Victims Lived
The flood that ravaged West Virginia last week killed at least 23 people. They were young and old; they were in their cars and in their homes; they were housekeepers and schoolteachers and Batman fans. Here are some snapshots of the lives cut short: Eduardo Thomas McMillion, 4.

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These are the lives the West Virginia flood victims lived
Eduardo Thomas McMillion, 4. Eduardo "Edward" McMillion was cremated in a Batman cape, wrapped in a quilt made of patches of all his favorite superheroes. "He never met a stranger. He loved to help," said his grandmother, Marie McMillion. "He was so lovable. He would have given you a big bear hug. Because he loved everybody.

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Attorney General: Public ‘duped’ on 'religious freedom' law
Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood said in a statement the state's attorneys would evaluate whether or not to appeal the ruling overturning HB1532 , the so-called “religious freedom law.” But he issued a strong personal statement against the law. “I can't pick my clients, but I can speak for myself as a named defendant in this lawsuit.

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South Carolina church shooting families, survivors sue FBI
Families of the nine victims slaughtered by madman Dylann Roof in a South Carolina church last year are suing the FBI over the clerical errors that allowed the accused killer to buy a handgun after a failed background check. Even though he’d previously admitted to illegal drug use the 22-year-old....

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