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Alleged murder of army Colonel: If not for God, he would have killed me- Suspect
By Ifeanyi Okolie & Oghene Omonisa. When Colonel Samalia Inusa, a Chief Instructor at the Nigerian Army School of Infantry, Jaji, Kaduna State, was abducted by unknown gunmen at Kamazo area of Kaduna Refinery Road, on March 26, 2016, many thought his abduction and eventual killing might have been a....

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Flood Renders Residents Homeless in Ekiti
Ado Ekiti Several properties were destroyed and many residents rendered homeless when flood sacked parts of Ado Ekiti following a downpour that lasted several hours on Wednesday. Most affected by the flood was Adere area, along Ilawe road where three churches were submerged.

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Religious leaders reexamine words after Orlando gay club massacre
Candles are lit during a rally and vigil for the shootings in Orlando at Los Angeles City Hall on June 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, California organized by the Los Angeles LGBT Center. PHOTO: AFP. ORLANDO, FLORIDA: From pulpits in Orlando and beyond, church leaders are reckoning with religious views....

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Florida shooting: Orlando community begins to grieve for nightclub dead
A city that last week coursed with the joy of children arriving to visit its famous theme parks will spend this weekend convulsing with grief as the community begins to lay dozens of shooting victims to rest. Orlando's trauma hospital was pushed to the brink early Sunday after a gunman unleashed his....

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Kenya: Nairobi Lawyer Magu, pastor had affair before bizarre deaths, mum tells court
Pastor Ann Nyoro at the Kiambu law courts during the hearing of a case in which she is charged with helping Paul Magu to kill himself. (PHOTO.FIDELIS KABUNYI/ STANDARD) City lawyer Paul Magu may have had a second family with a female cleric accused of aiding in his death and that of his young family, a Kiambu court heard on Thursday.

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Christina Grimmie's funeral services sees hundreds in line for memorial
Christina Grimmie's mother broke down in tears as she delivered a tribute to her daughter at a public memorial service for The Voice star on Friday, who was buried in her hometown in New Jersey the day before. The 22-year-old was shot dead as she signed autographs after a show in Orlando, Florida, on June 10.

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Religious conservatives attempt balance in Orlando response
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The massacre at a gay nightclub has tested the limits of the "love the sinner, hate the sin" approach to homosexuality by conservative religious leaders. The faith leaders have overwhelmingly expressed grief over the loss of life in Orlando, led vigils around the country, offered....

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How Do You End Racism? Start With a Conversation
Nine people shot and killed by a white supremacist in a church in Charleston, South Carolina. The deaths of Sandra Bland, Freddie Gray, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Jordan Davis, Rekia Boyd, Tamir Rice, and Trayvon Martin. Could the ingrained racial prejudice that led to these deaths—and that drives....

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Female students come to my office exposing breasts to tempt me – VC Ekiti Varsity, Prof. Bamidele
The Prof. said in the course of his career, he has been tempted by female students, just like any other male lecturer. In an interview with the Nation, Bamidele said, “Some students will come with the intention to tempt you, trying to make eye contacts, and I will say, what are you trying to do? For....

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Religious conservatives attempt balance in Orlando response
“This was a place where people came together — LGBT people — and if you erase that part of them, you’re not actually praying for people, you’re praying for an abstraction,” said the Rev. Paul Raushenbush, a gay American Baptist pastor and a vice president at Auburn Seminary in New York.

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Rabbi uses vigil to inspire hope, condemn hate against LGBTQ community
“Notice the absences. Is your spiritual leader here? Your senator? Your neighbor? Too many of our community leaders elected not to attend our services tonight. In the face of bigotry and hate, in light of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, they chose to stay silent,” Barrie Harvey said. “Their silence sends our community a message.

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Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu Blast Nation Newspaper Over Purported EFCC Arrest
Our attention has been drawn to a false and wicked propaganda which has been circulating on social media that Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu has been arrested by the EFCC. Ordinarily, we would not react to such rumour sponsored by political upstarts within and outside who are worried at the massive support....

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De Blasio down, not out as probes and spats weaken mayor
In a city where Democrats outnumber Republicans more than 6-to-1, de Blasio says he's not worried and will win as the city experiences higher employment and lower crime. Elected in 2013 with the highest margin of victory of any non-incumbent in New York history, he has slid in recent polls to where....

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Do children have natural leaning toward religiosity?
It’s much easier to get kids believing in God than to get them believing in the virtues of broccoli, according to Justin Barrett, author of “Born Believers: the Science of Children’s Religious Belief.” He describes atheist parents whose children believe in God despite efforts to discourage them, and....

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Around Town – June 18
Orchids to … • Bonnie Ayers for all you do to help, from Carolyn. • the lady in the blue SUV for buying our lunch at Chick-fil-A, from the girls in the black truck. • the anonymous family who gave the generous donation allowing our son to attend Camp Delafield, from the Fox family. • President Obama for his stance on terrorism.

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Student-pastor, 28, bags 3 years imprisonment for burglary
An Osogbo Magistrates’ Court in Osun State on Friday sentenced a 28-year-old student-pastor, Akintunde Olatunde, to three years’ imprisonment for burglary. The magistrate, Mr Olusola Aluko, in his judgment, said the convict should be kept behind bars due to the magnitude of his offence or pay an option of N24,000 fine.

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Religious leaders reexamine words after Orlando gay club massacre
ORLANDO, Fla., (Reuters) – From pulpits in Orlando and beyond, church leaders are reckoning with religious views often hostile to homosexuality after a gunman killed 49 people at a gay nightclub, with some wondering if they are contributing to breeding contempt. At a prayer service soon after the worst mass shooting in modern U.

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Gus Dur's wife iftar event moved after protests
An inter-religious breaking-of-the-fast gathering, or iftar, attended by former first lady Sinta Nuriyah Abdurrahman Wahid on Thursday had to be relocated following protests from an Islamic mass organization who opposed the event being held in a church in Semarang, Central Java.

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Ojo Maduekwe: I Sold Akara to Assist My Mum Feed the Family
His aged but graceful face comes alive with the sparkle in his eye balls as he stands before an august audience in Canada. His enthusiasm and camaraderie are infectious. As he introduces Nigeria’s Vice President Namadi Sambo to the Canadian Prime Minister, his grin widens –mission accomplished.

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Churches plan retirement celebrations, art workshops, spaghetti dinners and more
Mass and healing service: Alan Ames will present a Mass, talk and healing service at St. James Catholic Church, 4720 N. 90th St., at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 18. For more information, call 402-333-4831. Retirement celebration: St. Paul United Methodist Church, 5410 Corby St., will honor retiring lead pastor, the Rev.

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Religious conservatives attempt balance in Orlando response
PHILADELPHIA – The massacre at a gay nightclub has tested the limits of the "love the sinner, hate the sin" approach to homosexuality by conservative religious leaders. The faith leaders have overwhelmingly expressed grief over the loss of life in Orlando, led vigils around the country, offered....

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Pastor urges - forgiveness, kindness among Christians
"Bear with each other and forgive one another. If any of you have grievance against another forgive as the Lord forgave you." - Colossians 3:13-14. This portion of scripture is one of the many lessons the Bible teaches about forgiveness. Christians fighting against Christians cannot be at peace with their Heavenly Father.

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NCU staff urged to grow, progress
NCU staff urged. to grow, progress. As the board and administrators of the Northern Caribbean University (NCU) seek to move the institution forward through strategised visioning, a strong warning has been given by Pastor Charles Brevitt, who is adamant that there needs to be change. "If we are going to move this institution forward, we need unity.

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Park Board asked to repent but largely silent when queried the day after
The board was exhorted Wednesday at its bi-weekly meeting by Pastor Virginia Jones to repent. “The Bible says you have to repent. That means turn from your ways. Turn from your wicked ways,” Jones told the nine commissioners. As of this writing, southwest Commissioner Brad Bourn expressed something....

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Religious leaders reexamine words after Orlando gay club massacre
ORLANDO, Fla. From pulpits in Orlando and beyond, church leaders are reckoning with religious views often hostile to homosexuality after a gunman killed 49 people at a gay nightclub, with some wondering if they are contributing to breeding contempt. At a prayer service soon after the worst mass shooting in modern U.

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Religious leaders reexamine words after Orlando gay club massacre
By Letitia Stein. ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - From pulpits in Orlando and beyond, church leaders are reckoning with religious views often hostile to homosexuality after a gunman killed 49 people at a gay nightclub, with some wondering if they are contributing to breeding contempt. At a prayer service soon after the worst mass shooting in modern U.

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