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Lone voices speak out as Mugabe clings on
AFP Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe. Picture: Jekesai Njikizana Harare - Dissent is seldom aired publicly in Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe's 35 years of authoritarian rule but, against all the odds, individual voices are taking a stand and tapping into anger bubbling below the surface.

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Why does hell exists? Pastor John Piper explains why God created the evil place
Why does hell exist? Theologian John Piper, founder of DesiringGod.org, says the evil place exists because some people commit the ultimate sin of choosing something else over God. He explains in a sermon published on his ministry's website that the punishment of hell is reserved for people who see....

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100 Youths Get Gifts From Church in New York
At least 100 Liberian children last Saturday received gift packages of shoes and clothes from the New Beginning Assembly Church of New York. During the distribution at the New Assembly Church of God near the Stockton Creek, Caldwell Bridge, in Monrovia, Amos N.

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Iran: Christian prisoner on hunger strike in serious medical condition
Maryam Naghash Zargaran, a friend and former colleague of Pastor Saeed Abedini, started a hunger strike on May 25 in protest against prison authorities refusing her access to essential treatment for long-standing health issues. She has also refused to accept visitors to Evin prison where she is incarcerated.

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Pastors, Christian artists write touching tributes to TBN co-founder Jan Crouch, 78
Jan Crouch, co-founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), passed away at the age of 78 after suffering from a massive stroke last week. Several well-known pastors and Christian singers were deeply affected by her loss, and they wrote touching tributes for her on their social media accounts,....

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Congolese National Pastor dubs Parsekar's 'Goans annoyed with Nigerians' remark baseless
New Delhi, June 1 (ANI): Congolese National Pastor Bertin Ektah on Wednesday dubbed Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar's remarks about Goans not being happy with the Nigerians' behavior as a 'misguided argument', saying he cannot put all Africans under the same radar and treat them as menace.

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World’s longest rail tunnel opens in Switzerland
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More Accuse Reho Council Staff
REHOBOTH town council employee Charles Witbeen, who faces two theft cases, was recently arrested for fraud. Police spokesperson inspector Slogan Matheus on Friday confirmed, saying a case was opened on 16 May at the Rehoboth. Matheus said the complainant alleges Witbeen sold him two erven belonging to the town's council.

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Even the Annie Idibia who knew before she got married to 2face that he had other kids with two other ladies is now trying to prevent him from going to see the kids he had with Pero just because she has not seen a man to marry her like Sumbo who was married by a widowed Pastor? This is serious.

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Swiss effectively disappear Alps: World's largest tunnel opens
Tunnel nerds, rejoice. The Swiss are today celebrating the opening of the world's largest underground passage to mark its completion 17 years after construction began. The €12bn (£8.5bn) Gotthard base tunnel is 57km (35 miles) long and will overtake Japan's 53.85km Seikan railway tunnel to become the world's largest and deepest underground passage.

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Malawi pastor with albinism stops serving flock in fear of attacks
A pastor with albinism has stopped serving his flock and going to church in Mulanje because of the increased number of attacks on people with albinism. Local and international human rights groups faulted Malawi for failing to offer adequate protection to people living with albinism.

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Mexico: Church pastor stabbed in suspected religiously motivated attack
Pastor Guillermo Favela, the president of the Tijuana Minsterial Evangelical Alliance, was stabbed on a street near his church on May 18 after he refused to pay a bribe. Favela, pastor of the Rios De Agua Viva Church, was assaulted by a man who demanded he pay 30,000 pesos (approximately £1,112) per month in protection money for the church.

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Hillsong Church launches 'life-changing' new 24/7 TV channel
Hillsong Church has launched a 24-hour television channel giving world-wide access to their worship, Bible teaching and conferences. , a collaboration between Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) and Hillsong Church, seeks to "reach and influence the world by building a large Christ-centered,....

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This solid gold eagle was 'treasure' for cancer fundraisers. Then it was stolen.
, dubbed the “Maltese Eagle” or “Golden Eagle,” was commissioned by Ron Shore after a brush with death inspired him to reconsider his priorities. It is made with 10, 14 and 18 karat gold, and encrusted with 763 brilliant cut diamonds. At its base shines the Atocha Star emerald, salvaged from a famous 17th century shipwreck.

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Big Church Day Out: A chance for church to be family?
Bubble football, archery tag, trampolines, fairground rides, water walkers, flight simulators, fencing – and of course music! These are just a few of the delights on offer at last weekend's Big Church Day Out (BCDO). My family and I joined around 22,000 others at the Wiston Estate grounds in West Sussex.

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100 years ago: Great War gives women a great boost
Famous Pastor Suggests Fair Sex Might Make Better Generals Than Some Of Our Male Military Failures ", Sydney's The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial boomed 100 years ago this week. In a long essay the Reverend R.J. Campbell looked at how the war had changed, forever, the role of women in our society.

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Zimbabweans rail against Mugabe’s authoritarian rule, as anger boils over
HARARE — Dissent is seldom aired publicly in Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe’s 35 years of authoritarian rule but, against all the odds, individual voices are taking a stand and tapping into anger bubbling below the surface. Mugabe, now aged 92, oversees a moribund economy, a food shortage crisis and a....

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Folk Song and Dance Groups to Entertain Guests At Nakuru Madaraka Fete
A performance of traditional music and folk dances will be one of the highlights during the Madaraka Day celebrations at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru County. President Uhuru Kenyatta will lead the festivities marking the 53rd anniversary of Kenya's self-rule, which will, for the first time ever, be held outside Nairobi.

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Pastor Back in Court On Trafficking Charges
A CHURCH pastor running three private schools in northern Namibia was back in court in Windhoek on six charges - including counts of rape, incest and human trafficking - yesterday. The case in which Angolan-born pastor Moussongela Marcelino Pedro (55) is charged with three counts of human....

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100 years ago: Great War gives women a great boost
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Love Broadway? St. Cecilia's parish in Wilbraham shares 'Bits of Broadway' revue
–Chorus, small group, duet and solo numbers are on the program for "Bits Of Broadway," a Broadway music review set for June 10 and 11 at 7:30 p.m. at Center. St. Cecilia Parish A few of the favorites to be included are "I Remember It Well," "Hakuna Matata," "Sue Me," "Friendship" and "Happiness." Sponsored by St.

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100 years ago: Great War gives women a great boost
Famous Pastor Suggests Fair Sex Might Make Better Generals Than Some Of Our Male Military Failures ", Sydney's The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial boomed 100 years ago this week. In a long essay the Reverend R.J. Campbell looked at how the war had changed, forever, the role of women in our society.

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It is tough out here, says Coetzee
Karasburg – It is not as easy as taking candy from a baby says Karasburg East Constituency Councillor Dennis Coetzee on being councillor. Coetzee says since taking office about a year ago, it has not been a smooth ride because of high expectations from the people, while his office has no financial resources at its disposal.

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Popular musician, Skales has been taken into police custody along with his manager, Osagie Osarenkhoe on allegations of fraud. Both of them were accused of committing fraud against Skales' record. Comic Nollywood actor, Osita Iheme better known as Pawpaw has given his reason for his continuous life....

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The Rev. Eugene Boyle, activist priest who ministered to Cesar Chavez, dead at 94
SAN JOSE -- To his legions of Bay Area friends, Catholic clergy, parishioners and followers of many other faiths, the Rev. Monsignor Eugene James Boyle will be remembered for his singular, lifelong fight for social justice -- not just locally, but throughout California.

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Lone voices speak out in Zimbabwe as Mugabe clings on
President Mugabe, now aged 92, oversees a moribund economy, a food shortage crisis and a listless political scene with opposition parties weakened by rigged elections and constant intimidation. Amid such gloom, pastor Evan Mawarire has emerged as a national hero in recent weeks after starting his....

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