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A year later, Charleston church reflects on mass shooting 47 Mins A year later, the grief still feels raw. Nine churchgoers, all African-American, were shot by a young, white man who entered their church,
A year later, the grief still feels raw. Nine churchgoers, all African-American, were shot by a young, white man who entered their 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
A woman reads the program for a memorial service honoring those killed in last year’s shooting at the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., Friday, June 17, 2016. Friday marks one year since nine people were shot and killed ... By Bruce Smith - Associated Press - Friday, June 17, 2016. CHARLESTON, S.

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Memorial service marks a year after Charleston, S.C., church massacre
By Harriet McLeod. CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - The city of Charleston came together on Friday for a memorial and other events to mark the first anniversary of the killings of nine members of a Bible study group in what prosecutors described as a racially motivated hate crime.

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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 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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Some FCT Residents Express Admiration For Public Affection, But Urge Caution
A cross section of residents in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have expressed their admiration for public display of affection, while others condemned the act. The residents spoke in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Friday.

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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 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
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 parishioners during a Bible study at the historic black church.

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Exclusive: Top Nigerian music star set to fight Niger Delta militants?
– Famous Five Star music artist plans to bring peace to Delta state. – Harrysong on July 31, is set to stage a peace concert in his state. Award winning Five Star music artist, Harrison Tare Okiri popularly known as Harrysong as decided to step a notch higher as he plans to bring back peace into his hometown, Delta state.

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Mourning all over again: Charleston, Orlando shootings within one year are unbearable
The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) | Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images) As I sat seemingly unable to move while watching coverage of the carnage at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub this past....

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The Latest: Service honoring Emanuel AME victims underway
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): 10:15 a.m. Amid singing and prayer, a communitywide memorial service remembering the victims of....

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Charleston remembers victims on church shooting anniversary
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 that claimed the lives....

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Naperville Muslims deal with ongoing backlash after terror attacks
The relationship between Hope United Church of Christ and the Islamic Center of Naperville began more than five years ago, when center leaders approached the church about buying land so they could annex it into the city and build a new mosque on 248th Avenue.

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Triumphant Life Church to hold a Freedom Celebration
A special outdoor service to honor veterans and celebrate our nation’s freedom is planned for 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 26, at Jaycee Park in Lonsdale. The public is invited to attend, wear July 4th gear, sing patriotic songs with the band and hear an uplifting message from Pastor Ben Fenderson of Triumphant Life Church.

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Group Warns: This Is What Will Happen To Osun If Aregbesola Does Not Act Fast
The Centre for Cultural and Religious Rights (CECCUR) has said if nothing urgent is done concerning the hijab crisis in Osun, the state could be enveloped by violence. The group also chastised religious leaders in the state for attempting to breed the seed of discord that could consume the state following religious lines.

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The Latest: Service Honoring Emanuel AME Victims Underway
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): 10:15 a.m. Amid singing and prayer, a communitywide memorial service remembering the victims of the Charleston church....

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Better Together: A New Strategy in the Fight for International Religious Freedom
In his keynote address, former Congressman Frank Wolf, now Distinguished Senior Fellow, 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative, brought deep personal expertise to this topic, having sponsored many religious freedom bills during his time in Congress, and also having personally traveled to many of the....

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Justifying Indecency in the Name of God
One person wrote to me, "You've never experienced the new birth and have nothing in Christ to protect, or you wouldn't think so lightly of Christians who are angered by the foolishness of your accusations...and neither would you be vilifying Christians instead of LGBT beliefs.

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Permanent Link: #ThisFlag political activists meets RBZ chief
HARARE — Some political activists held a meeting with Zimbabwe’s central bank governor John Mangudya on Wednesday and Thursday to express their disatisfaction over the bank’s moves to introduce bond notes. The activists, drawn from various organizations including Pastor Evan Mawarire of #ThisFlag....

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Charleston: ‘A silence that was deafening’
In a chaotic week dominated by reaction to the mass shooting in Florida, South Carolina’s senators appeared on the Senate floor on Thursday to remind their colleagues of the one-year anniversary of another tragic shooting – this one in their state. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C.

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Pastor who testified against Walter Reed avoids jail
A Franklinton pastor who testified against former North Shore District Attorney Walter Reed and who pleaded guilty last year to an unrelated federal charge will avoid jail time under a sentence imposed Thursday (June 16) by U.S. District Judge Nannette Jolivette Brown.

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Hispanic pastor offers free funeral services
As memorials grow larger in Orlando, reality starts to set in that many families will be saying their final goodbyes. A Latino church leading the Hispanic community is openings its doors for the first funeral in their church since the tragic Pulse shooting.

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Lawmakers demand state pay man for wrongful imprisonment
Lawrence McKinney speaks at a news conference at the Legislative Plaza Thursday, June 16, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn. McKinney, who spent 31 years in prison for a rape he did not commit, continues to wage a battle with the state of Tennessee to get the compensation he is legally owed.

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Lawmakers Demand State Pay Man for Wrongful Imprisonment
A man who spent 31 years in prison for a rape he did not commit is at the center of a battle with the state of Tennessee for compensation that supporters say he is legally owed after being robbed of decades of his life. Lawrence McKinney, who is now 60 and works part time at his church to help....

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Lawmakers demand state pay man for wrongful imprisonment
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A man who spent 31 years in prison for a rape he did not commit is at the center of a battle with the state of Tennessee for compensation that supporters say he is legally owed after being robbed of decades of his life. Lawrence McKinney, who is now 60 and works part time at....

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One year after Charleston: Where they are now
Friday marks the one-year anniversary of the Charleston church massacre, when nine black parishioners were shot and killed inside the historically black Emanuel AME Church. Dylann Roof is charged with federal hate crimes in the shooting, and prosecutors will seek the death penalty when his trial begins Nov.

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Charleston: ‘A silence that was deafening’
In a chaotic week dominated by reaction to the mass shooting in Florida, South Carolina’s senators appeared on the Senate floor on Thursday to remind their colleagues of the one-year anniversary of another tragic shooting – this one in their state. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C.

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