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Anti-racism song composed to unite South Africans
Hot on the heels of a fresh racist row at the Rivers Church involving Pastor Andre Olivie‚ who allegedly made racist remarks during a sermon, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa unveiled an anti-racism song on Wednesday in an effort to foster social cohesion and nation building.

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Fired Syracuse cop sues ex-porn star for $1 million, says she ruined his life
Syracuse, NY -- A fired Syracuse police sergeant is suing an ex-porn star for $1 million after their turbulent four-year romance. Kevin Blair, 49, of Fulton, was fired from his nearly $100,000-a-year police job after being convicted in 2014 of violating an order of protection in favor of his ex-girlfriend, Crystal Bassette, 31.

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Habitat for Humanity celebrates past year, looks to the future
Highlights included an announcement of the organization’s new strategic plan and an introduction to the organization’s newest homebuyers, new board members, and volunteer of the year. Daud Abuhasan, Nafiso Abdi, and their seven children were recently selected as Habitat’s newest homebuyers.

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‘Racist’ pastor apologises for ‘poorly chosen words’
Olivier caused a widespread outcry on the issue of race and wealth in South Africa. He said he disliked the rhetoric that whites are the “problem” in this country. He said whites stole nothing from no one, and that the reason they have more money than blacks is because they work hard. “If you are black, God will send you white people.

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Ntsiki Mazwai slams pastor Andre Olivier
Musician and poet Ntsiki Mazwai lashed out at the Rivers Church pastor on Wednesday afternoon. Pastor Andre Olivier came under severe public criticism after a controversial sermon in which he said white people were prosperous because they worked hard. His remarks were construed by some as implying that black people were poor because they were lazy.

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Angola: From refusal to promotion: Religious leaders in Lunda Norte, Angola agree to advocate for yellow fever vaccination
The district health authorities, WHO and the Red Cross on 19 June 2016, met with leaders of one religious group based in Estufa neighbourhood, Chitato district, Lunda North province to explain the importance of yellow fever vaccination in protecting members of their communities from the disease.

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Word of Life trial: Beating victim admits ‘inappropriately’ touching children
Christopher Leonard survived the beating in the sanctuary of the Word of Life Christian Church in upstate New York that killed his brother, Lucas Leonard. On Tuesday, while testifying against his step-sister Sarah Ferguson, one of eight church members charged in connection with the death,....

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Colombia's President: Making Peace With Rebels Is 'A Good Investment'
Latin America's longest armed conflict is finally over. Colombia's guerrilla war, which began in 1964, has killed more than 220,000 people and displaced millions from their homes. But the Colombian government and the Marxist rebels agreed to a ceasefire and a timetable for the guerrillas to disarm.

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Disturbing video shows woman fighting off rapist
Two maned wolves made their way to the Smithsonian National Zoo on June, 27, 2016. Originating in central South America, maned wolves are considered an endangered species. There are about 20,000 left in the wild, according to the zoo. Members of the LGBT community marched in Sansom Park, Texas on....

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Popular COZA Pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo Poses With His N30m Porsche Car
The Senior Pastor of Commonwealth Of Zion Assembly (COZA) Abuja, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo was pictured with a friend and his Targa 911 4S Porsche luxury car at his church premises last Saturday. The car, which was a gift to him from his church members in December last year is reported to cost about....

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Photos/video: For bigger manhood, this is what popular pastor does to his members
Popular Ghanaian pastor and head of the International Godsway Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, made an alter call for men who want a bigger manhood during a healing service recently. He asked his male members who wanted bigger manhood to come out and he laid his hands on their genital region to pray for them.

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Bear makes mad dash across Missouri highway, crashes into pickup
At least five people were stabbed in a riot that broke out at California’s State Capitol in Sacramento Sunday between more than 150 anarchists and “anti-fascist” protesters and about 25 neo-Nazis who had gotten permission to rally on the west steps, police said.

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Pressure mounts over missing lawyer, two others
NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 29 – The Kenya National Commission on Human rights and other civil society organisations on Wednesday called for the immediate interdiction, investigation and holding to account of officers allegedly involved in the disappearance of a lawyer, his client and driver.

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PDP Factional Primary: Police Seal Off Entrance Of Benin Stadium
The Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium is the scheduled venue for the planned governorship primary of Ali Modu Sheriff-led faction of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Benin. Mathew Iduoriyekemwen and Rep. Johnson Agbonayinma are the two aspirants for the governorship ticket. Commissioner of Police in the State, Mr Chris Eziken said, “I am not INEC.

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Listen: Minister Nathi Mthethwa launches anti-racism song
International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana Mashabane and Deputy Minister for Agriculture Bheki Cele were among those who gathered in Polokwane on Wednesday to pay their respects to Limpopo agriculture MEC Joyce Matshoge. Rank outsider Jack Miller won a chaotic and rain-disrupted Dutch MotoGP in....

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Fair Park, South Dallas residents say highways have cut them off from the rest of Dallas for too long
Brandon Stovall's family knows how an interstate highway can change a neighborhood. On the corner of Pine and Crozier streets sits a small store, Dallas Supermarket. But it used to be L & J Cafeteria, a restaurant the Stovall family ran from 1963 until about 1982.

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NEMA conducts Surface Water Rescue Course in Acklins
SPRING POINT, Acklins -- In keeping with its goals to establish disaster resilient communities, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), conducted a Surface Water Rescue Course on this island – one of the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Joaquin last October.

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Word of Life Church beating trial continues with more prosecution witnesses
Word of Life defendant Sarah Ferguson in Oneida County Court Friday, June 24. She is accused of participating in a mass beating that left one person dead and another severely injured. (Photo by Elizabeth Doran) UTICA, NY - The prosecution is expected to call more witnesses in the high-profile Word....

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House Democrats shift gun protest to N.J. | The Auditor
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman who helped plan last week's sit-in on the House floor, and Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., who participated in the protest, are among the New Jersey lawmakers continuing their efforts to force a vote on gun safety legislation with events Wednesday while Congress is out of session.

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PDP factional primary: Police cordon off stadium in Benin
Benin – Police have cordoned off the entrance to stadium road by Akenzua junction with vehicles and the gates to the stadium locked. The Nigerian Observer reports that the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium is the scheduled venue for the planned governorship primary of Ali Modu Sheriff-led faction of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Benin.

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Super Star: Nigerian Pastor Stages Extravagant Wedding Ceremony In Germany
A Nigerian pastor has become the talk of town after his expensive wedding in faraway Germany. The pastor identified as Benson Oben Bechemayor of The Chapel of Prayer Christian Ministry Int'l (CPCM) tied the knot with his very beautiful bride in a colourful ceremony over the weekend in Hamburg, Germany.

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Rapper DMX talks about recent health scare, lifelong asthma
"I have asthma, had it all my life," he told the Breakfast Club. DMX said he had fluid in his lungs. "This is no joke. You can die from asthma. He called the incident "an out of body experience." DMX said he remembers watching from above as first responders used a defibrillator to get his heart going again.

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Police seal off venue of PDP factional governorship primary
Men of the Nigerian Police have cordoned off the entrance to stadium road by Akenzua junction with vehicles and the gates to the stadium locked. Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium is the scheduled venue for the planned governorship primary of Ali Modu Sheriff-led faction of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Benin.

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PDP Factional Primary - Police Cordon Off Stadium in Benin
Police have cordoned off the entrance to stadium road by Akenzua junction with vehicles and the gates to the stadium locked. The Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium is the scheduled venue for the planned governorship primary of Ali Modu Sheriff-led faction of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Benin. Mathew Iduoriyekemwen and Rep.

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Church remembers members in vehicle collision
The crash happened at the intersection of S56 and A39. Lohoma Nell Counts and Evelyn Mae Mallo were killed. The two friends were both members of First Baptist Church in Mason City for more than 25 years. First Baptist Church pastor Ron Stein said they were very involved at the church and were like family to everyone there.

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Malema threatens ‘racist’ pastor’s church
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader; Julius Malema speaks during his party's Youth Day rally on June 16, 2016 in Secunda, South Africa. While addressing thousands of young people in Embalenhle, Malema said that the 1976 Soweto uprisings were about black pride and the EFF was only party still fighting for poor black people.

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