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'Once again': Obama’s statements on gun violence in U.S.
Early on Sunday, 49 people were killed and 53 were injured in Orlando, Fla., after gunman Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old American-born Muslim, opened fire at a crowded LGBT nightclub. Later that day, President Barack Obama gave a speech on gun violence, something that has become all too familiar. Obama’s inauguration – Jan.

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Challenger says US Rep. Pittenger's race headed for recount
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A challenger is seeking a recount in his congressional primary race against U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger of North Carolina. Charlotte First Baptist Church pastor Mark Harris said in an email that he's writing a letter formally asking for a recount.

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University chapel desecrated with pro-abortion graffiti
The chapel’s priest, Miguel Fernando García López, discovered the graffiti on Wednesday morning and called the police, who have launched an investigation into the incident. The pews, religious statues, confessional, walls and tabernacle were "covered with red splotches", according to Spanish daily El Mundo.

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Photo of kind act in grocery store parking lot warms hearts
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - A photo snapped in front of the Ingles at the Cherrydale shopping center is warming hearts across the area. Bo Graf posted the photo on Monday to the Ingles Markets Facebook pag e. The image shows a young worker helping an elderly shopper get back to her vehicle.

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Internet goes wild over photo of girl with poison ivy reaction in eyes
(WWBT) - One sister's unfortunate incident with poison ivy has gone viral after her eyes swelled up and her sister found humor in it. Emily Petrozza, 21, noticed she had poison ivy on her arm after fishing with her friends and taking care of cuts in her neighborhood.

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Briarcrest a cappella earns four 'yes' votes on America's Got Talent
(WMC) - The Briarcrest a cappella group OneVoice is advancing on America’s Got Talent! The 12-person group of high schoolers got their chance to shine on the hit NBC show Tuesday night, and made the most of it. ,” they proclaimed before the performance while sharing a few laughs with the judges and the studio audience.

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CAN Insists: Christian Students Must Wear Garments If Muslims Wear Hijabs
This declaration was made known by the Vice Chairman, VC, of CAN in the state, Pastor Moses Ogundeji. This is coming after the state governor, Rauf Aregbesola, restated that no student is allowed to put on unauthorized uniforms to school in the state, following the instruction of CAN in the state....

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Suspended Cheltenham church pastor ‘dishonoured God’ by having affair
A Cheltenham church pastor who described himself as a "family man" has been suspended from the clergy after having an affair. Church chiefs told Rev Mark Bailey, former team rector of Trinity Cheltenham, that his "behaviour is dishonouring to God" after the secret relationship was revealed.

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News 10 mins ago 9:39 a.m. Baptist pastor stands by anti-gay Orlando shooting sermon
A Baptist pastor in Sacramento is being heavily criticized for his Sunday sermon in the wake of a massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando. Pastor Roger Jimenez of Verity Baptist Church said that his churchgoers should not feel sad for the victims. At least 53 people were injured in addition to the 49 people who lost their lives.

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5 Ways My Cheating Boyfriend Empowered Me
You are not a victim, my dear. Yes, he betrayed you. Yes, it was wrong. You can choose to remain in a space of pain and suffering or you can choose to learn and drive on. Part of this means releasing the anger that accompanies that level of mistrust. Teech cheated multiple times, but I also chose to take him back multiple times.

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'Bishop' Conto, 'Pastor' Kettor's Criminal Bond Under Threat
If what prosecution alleges about the defect on both 'Bishop' Manaseh Conto's and 'Pastor' Steve Kettor's US$468,336 bond that temporary released them from jail was anything to go by, then, Criminal Court 'C' may likely send the 'religious' pair back to their cells at the Monrovia Central Prison.

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Light sentence would be a blow to Steenkamps
State Prosecutor Gerrie Nel speaks during the sentencing of Oscar Pistorius at the Pretoria High Court. Picture: Phill Magakoe / Reuters. A lenient sentence for Oscar Pistorius would be a blow to the Steenkamp family's right to justice, and as secondary victims in the matter, their rights should be placed above those of the athlete.

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Traveling Preachers Bring the Word to Rural America
Protestant Christianity spread westward across the frontier, thanks in large measure to the tireless efforts of so-called circuit riding preachers. Lay pastors in many instances, they traveled by horseback to conduct church services in small towns and isolated pioneer outposts.

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The Homophobia Behind The Orlando Massacre Is Alive In Brazil
The world is still in shock over the mass shooting that killed 50 people and left another 53 wounded in Orlando, Florida. By "the world," I mean those people who are truly human, and not those who take advantage of such a tragedy to spew hatred and indifference. We know the facts: Omar Mateen, a U.S.

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Christian students must wear garments if Muslims wear hijabs – CAN insists
The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, on Wednesday, said if Muslim students continue to wear hijab to public schools in Osun state, Christian pupils will equally not stop wearing church garments and other apparels. This declaration was made known by the Vice Chairman, VC, of CAN in the state, Pastor Moses Ogundeji.

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Christian students must wear garments if Muslims wear hijabs – CAN insists
This declaration was made known by the Vice Chairman, VC, of CAN in the state, Pastor Moses Ogundeji. This is coming after the state governor, Rauf Aregbesola, restated that no student is allowed to put on unauthorized uniforms to school in the state, following the instruction of CAN in the state....

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Going for striptease dehumanising
You will agree with me that the things that God gave to humanity as a blessing and for His own purposes have been and are being corrupted every day in the world so much that they have become a curse to humanity. It is sad to see how the world systems, humanism and religion, pervert these sacred....

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Bedford-Stuyvesant church fire ruled accidental
A fire that damaged a church in Bedford-Stuyvesant early Wednesday morning was accidental. Fire broke out in the rear of the Mount Sinai Baptist Church on Quincy Street at around 2 a.m. The church pastor said the fire damaged the church's fellowship hall, but the church sanctuary is intact. The fire has been determined be accidental.

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Euro 2016: England and Wales fans uniting to face off against Russian hooligans
Despicable Christian pastor compares Orlando victims to Paedophiles. © Copyright 2016 International Business Times, India Edition All Rights Reserved.

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Pastor defends hate-filled sermon on Orlando shootings
SACRAMENTO - "There's no tragedy. I wish the government would round them all up, put them up against a wall, put a firing squad in front of them and blow their brains out." That was one Sacramento pastor's in an Orlando nightclub. response to the massacre The "them" Pastor Roger Jimenez is referring to is gay men.

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Ekiti Assembly passes culture/tourism endowment fund law
A statement by Stephen Gbadamosi, Special Assistant (Media) to the House Speaker, Right Honourable (Pastor) Kola Oluwawole, said the bill, Ekiti State Tourism, Arts and Culture Endowment Fund (EKSTACEF), after having been thoroughly debated by members, was passed for second and third readings, thus becoming a law.

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Hijab: CAN dares Aregbesola
Femi Makinde, Osogbo The Christian Association of Nigeria has insisted Christian pupils will continue to wear church garments and other apparels to public schools if Muslim students continued wearing hijab. The Vice Chairman of CAN in the state, Pastor Moses Ogundeji, said this in an interview with....

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Southern Baptists oppose Confederate flag, talk racial unity
The Southern Baptist Convention on Tuesday urged Christians to stop displaying the Confederate battle flag, recognizing that it is perceived by many as a "symbol of hatred, bigotry and racism" that offends millions of people. The resolution, originally presented by African-American Pastor Dwight....

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Baptist pastor doubles down post-Orlando: They deserved to die
Jiminez says that despite how many hateful messages are made public, he's privately received messages of support from Baptists and other Christians that thank him for "finally" speaking out. The video that caused the initial controversy from the Verity Baptist Church's YouTube page has since been....

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Pastor refuses to mourn Orlando victims: 'The tragedy is that more of them didn't die'
Following the deadliest shooting in U.S. history, a preacher stood at his pulpit Sunday night in Northern California and delivered an impassioned sermon praising the brutal massacre at a gay nightclub in Florida. Pastor Roger Jimenez from Verity Baptist Church in Sacramento told his congregation....

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Liberia: Liberian Immigrants Promoting Gospel in Minnesota
Minnesota Drumming and dance animated the grounds of Ebenezer Community Church as their newly 2.8 million dollars constructed building was dedicated and officially opened recently. This is the first time for Liberian immigrants in Minnesota, USA headed by a Liberian Pastor to build a sanctuary worth such amount.

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