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Mourners recall Charleston church victims at service
By BRUCE SMITH Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina's governor somberly held up programs from the funerals of the victims of the Charleston church shootings, saying Friday during a memorial service that the faith of those victims showed how to heal in the aftermath of still another mass shooting.

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Mourners recall Charleston church victims at service
CHARLESTON, S.C. — South Carolina's governor somberly held up programs from the funerals of the victims of the Charleston church shootings, saying Friday during a memorial service that the faith of those victims showed how to heal in the aftermath of still another mass shooting.

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Mourners recall Charleston church victims at service
South Carolina's governor somberly held up programs from the funerals of the victims of the Charleston church shootings, saying Friday during a memorial service that the faith of those victims showed how to heal in the aftermath of still another mass shooting. "As for me, I will forever know that there are angels on Earth," said Gov.

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Mourners recall Charleston church victims at service
By BRUCE SMITH Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina's governor somberly held up programs from the funerals of the victims of the Charleston church shootings, saying Friday during a memorial service that the faith of those victims showed how to heal in the aftermath of still another mass shooting.

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Mourners recall Charleston church victims at service
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina's governor somberly held up programs from the funerals of the victims of the Charleston church shootings, saying Friday during a memorial service that the faith of those victims showed how to heal in the aftermath of still another mass shooting.

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Mourners Recall Charleston Church Victims at Service
South Carolina's governor somberly held up programs from the funerals of the victims of the Charleston church shootings, saying Friday during a memorial service that the faith of those victims showed how to heal in the aftermath of still another mass shooting. "As for me, I will forever know that there are angels on Earth," said Gov.

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Nation Marks One Year Since Charleston Mass Shooting
Reeling from an even deadlier mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, the United States is marking one year Friday since the Charleston, S.C. shooting that killed nine last June and set off a national conversation about race and how to appropriately honor Confederate history.

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Mourners recall Charleston church victims at service
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina's governor somberly held up programs from the funerals of the victims of the Charleston church shootings, saying Friday during a memorial service that the faith of those victims showed how to heal in the aftermath of still another mass shooting.

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Memorial service marks a year after Charleston, S.C., church massacre | Reuters
CHARLESTON, S.C. The city of Charleston came together on Friday for a memorial and other events to mark the first anniversary of the murders of nine members of a Bible study group in what prosecutors called a racially motivated hate crime. The events were made even more poignant coming less than a....

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Editorial: Hits and Misses
A proud moment. The Southern Baptist Convention was once a pro-slavery denomination aligned with the Confederacy. This week, however, church leadership voted to condemn the Confederate battle flag as a symbol of racism and urged members not to display it. Credit goes to William Dwight McKissic Sr.

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Charleston marks 1-year anniversary of church shooting with song and prayer
CHARLESTON, S.C.—Amid singing and prayer, a communitywide memorial service remembering the victims of the Charleston church shootings got underway Friday in a sports arena a few blocks from Emanuel AME Church. The service marked the one-year anniversary of the shootings that claimed the lives of....

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Memorial service marks a year after Charleston, S.C., church massacre
CHARLESTON, S.C. The city of Charleston came together on Friday for a memorial and other events to mark the first anniversary of the murders of nine members of a Bible study group in what prosecutors called a racially motivated hate crime. The events were made even more poignant coming less than a....

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How many gay people must die before we target homophobia?
I imagine it’s odd to wake up and discover your previously mocked, reviled, marginalized, often persecuted, within-recent-memory prosecuted sexuality has been adopted as a symbol of Western superiority. But suddenly, in some unexpected quarters, being gay is as American as apple pie.

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4 Russian artists highlighted at the Manifesta 11 Biennale in Zurich
. RBTH Friday 17th June, 2016. 1. Andrei Tarkovsky. One participant of the biennale this year is Andrei Tarkovsky, who was the major auteur director in the USSR and one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century. This year marks the 30th anniversary of his death and it is perhaps for this reason....

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Transgender, Christian and Tired
I am tired of the Evangelicals who now say their prayers are with us. As a member of the LGBT community, I don't want your prayers. If they weren't with us before, except in your pleas that we fundamentally change who we are, we don't need them now. There are millions who truly feel the impact of this tragedy with us.

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Charleston remembers victims on church shooting anniversary
CHARLESTON, S.C. — CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Amid singing and prayer, a communitywide memorial service remembering the victims of the Charleston church shootings got underway Friday in a sports arena a few blocks from Emanuel AME Church. The service marked the one-year anniversary of the shootings....

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A year later, Charleston reflects on mass shooting
Nine churchgoers, all African-American, were shot by a young, white man who entered their Charleston, South Carolina, church, joined their Bible study for an hour and then opened fire. The shooter blamed his victims because of their skin color. After the tragedy, the church could have closed its doors or cut back on public events.

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Charleston remembers victims on church shooting anniversary
CHARLESTON, S.C. — CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Amid singing and prayer, a communitywide memorial service remembering the victims of the Charleston church shootings got underway Friday in a sports arena a few blocks from Emanuel AME Church. The service marked the one-year anniversary of the shootings....

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Obama praises Charleston’s ‘unshakeable resilience’ as city remembers shooting victims
Charleston: Amid singing and prayer, a communitywide memorial service remembering the victims of the Charleston church shootings got underway Friday in a sports arena a few blocks from Emanuel AME Church. The service marked the one-year anniversary of the shootings that claimed the lives of nine....

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A year later, Charleston reflects on mass shooting
Nine churchgoers, all African-American, were shot by a young, white man who entered their Charleston, South Carolina, church, joined their Bible study for an hour and then opened fire. The shooter blamed his victims because of their skin color. After the tragedy, the church could have closed its doors or cut back on public events.

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Calgary Church Hosts Interfaith Ramadan Event To Make Syrian Refugees Feel At Home
Muslim refugees starting new lives in Calgary, Canada, got a taste of the community spirit that marks the holy month of Ramadan when they attended an interfaith iftar -- an evening meal to break fast -- hosted by the Church this week. Rockyview Alliance Muslim and Christian volunteers came together....

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Video show woman running over boyfriend after learning he has HIV (Graphic Content)
An Arizona woman struck her boyfriend with her car after learning he was HIV-positive. The victim was riding a bicycle when he was struck by his girlfriend, who was driving a red Ford Mustang. The victim's girlfriend, Misty Lee Wilke, was indicted on charges of attempting to commit second-degree....

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1 year after church shooting, Charleston community pauses to remember updated
CHARLESTON, S.C. ( WCIV ) Charleston is pausing to remember the nine people killed last June at Emanuel AME Church in mass shooting during a Wednesday night Bible study. Friday marks one year since the shooting, and the church is hosting 12 days of events around the city to note the passage of time.

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Shame: Read what usher was caught doing in church
– A 33-year-old usher was arraigned before a Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court, Lagos for allegedly stealing the general overseer’s $5,000. – The accused is facing a two-count charge of conspiracy and stealing. – The usher was granted bail in the sum of N300,000 with one surety in like sum.

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The Latest: Governor thinks of church victims daily
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — The Latest on observances for the anniversary of the Charleston, South Carolina church shootings in which nine people were shot and killed during a Bible study (all times local): 12:20 p.m. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley says the shootings at Emanuel AME Church changed the state.

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The Latest: Governor thinks of church victims daily
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — The Latest on observances for the anniversary of the Charleston, South Carolina church shootings in which nine people were shot and killed during a Bible study (all times local): 12:20 p.m. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley says the shootings at Emanuel AME Church changed the state.

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