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Anti-violence party meant to keep Memphians safe, involved in community
Keeping Memphis safe that's the goal of the Anti-Violence Block Party, which took place on Saturday. The recent violence and alarming number of 91 murders in the City of Memphis from Jan. 1 until now is what gave Artemis "Peppa" Williams the drive to do something. "We have had 15 kids die,” Williams said.

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KNBR conversation with Giants’ George Kontos An edited ...
foxnews.com schreibt: • It’s a special Memorial Day Show featuring past interviews with former United States Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, former South Dakota Senator Tom Daschle and former Mississippi Senator Trent Lott, actor George Takei, activist Lilly Ledbetter, Fox News co-anchor Juan....

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Chef Vikas Khanna believes the ‘unifying power of food was stronger even before religion came into being’
It’s a place he is now very familiar with. A regular on the red carpet at Cannes, last year saw Chef Vikas Khanna officially unveil Utsav, his book on food traditions of India that took him 12 years of research to compile. At Rs 8 lakh, the 1,200 pages book whose cover design uses gold, is pegged to be the most expensive cookbook in the world.

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Pastor arrested for raping seven-year-old girl
A phone dealer at the Alaba International market, one Joseph, who is popularly referred to as ‘pastor’ has been arrested by the police for allegedly raping his neighbour’s daughter, a 7-year-old grand-child (names withheld). Saturday Mirror learnt that the alleged rape took place at 19, Adejanju (civilian barrack) at Mechanic bus stop, Ojo, Lagos.

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British auditors query Christ Embassy ’s accounts
Auditors appointed by the United Kingdom’s Charity Commission to review the accounts of the UK branch of Christ Embassy, have raised eyebrows over suspicious payments worth N2.14 billion (£4.28 million) made to companies and organisations closely related to the church in 2013.

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A Fractured Labour Bows
The President Muhammadu Buhari administration was ushered in, in a critical time with slogan of ‘change’ that was in dire need of policy redirection from the past Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) government. Insecurity triggered by the Boko Haram insurgency in the north, dwindling global oil price,....

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Handsboro Presbyterian preserves the old, looks to future
When you look carefully at the building that houses Handsboro Presbyterian Church, you will notice its detailed wood features and its craftsman design. The church was formed in 1877 and today is pastored by Bobby Tyson. When Tyson accepted the pastorate of the church, he knew there was a lot of work....

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Are you putting limits on your love for the Lord?
God's love for all of us is so great, that He went to great lengths in pursuing us. However, many Christians who profess to "love Jesus" are simply content with giving God less than what He actually deserves from us. Why are we putting limits to the love we give to the Lord? In his book "Crazy....

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Goodyear Tire & Rubber : The Buffalo News, N.Y., Donn Esmonde column
May 29 --Their eyes got as much of a workout as their legs. A legion of Slow Roll Buffalo bicyclists Monday took a left on Broadway and rolled up Goodyear Avenue , arguably the city's bleakest street. It's a startling canvas of waist-high weeds stretched across an urban prairie of vacant lots.

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Leaders pleading for peace in Chicago after wave of violence
CHICAGO During Memorial Day weekend, this city reopens its Lake Michigan beaches, regular fireworks displays start at Navy Pier, and the downtown streets and spruced-up Riverwalk are crowded with tourists. But the holiday weekend is often seen here as the start of heightened violence, as well.

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Group offers ‘mental health first aid’ training in St. Tammany
Tiffanie Lyon, an associate pastor at Slidell’s First United Methodist Church, still replays in her mind the way she handled a mental health crisis that unfolded at her other job, one with a company that finds employment for people with disabilities. One of her clients was in distress, and Lyon....

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Zambia’s shrinking job market
Your Family Matters with PASTOR CHANDA THURSDAY, May 12, 2016: Am I the only one fearing for our young people as I see the shrinking job market in Zambia? It is fearful. When I was growing up, Grade 12s were able to find clerical jobs in companies all over the country. That is no longer the case.

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Pastor Morris: From troubled childhood to God’s praise singer
Gospel Grooves with FELIX NYAMBE BEING the only child of his parents and losing his father at a tender age of 12, made gospel minister Morris Musenge, now aged 32, realise that when Jesus says yes, indeed no one can say no. With no sound education to write home about, the young Morris dropped out of....

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Price of principles: Ajusting to changing times
Spider’s web CHEELA CHILALA ONE Sunday afternoon – sometime in the 80’s – after a church service at the local Baptist church I attended, I went to my father’s Salvation Army church to collect the keys for home. The service was still running, so I decided to sit in the back pew to wait for it to end.

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CAN Elections: How TEKAN/ECWA lost out
By Sam Eyoboka. N ATIONAL president of Patriotic Christian Youths of Nigeria, PCYN, Evang. Simon Timothy Nasso of the TEK-AN unit, had blamed the inability of TEKAN/ECWA bloc to present a candidate for the CAN presidential election, on the inordinate ambition of certain individuals within the bloc....

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Edo 2016: Five APC aspirants scale Benin leaders’ screening
By Simon Ebegbulem, Benin-City. As campaigns for the September 10, 2016 governorship election in Edo State hots up, the Benin Leaders of Thought (BTL), a socio-cultural and non-partisan political pressure group, saddled with the responsibility of fighting the interest of the Benin people, has taken a position on the poll.

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Embattled Chicago looks for ways to curb deadly gun violence
CHICAGO Order Reprint During Memorial Day weekend, this city reopens its Lake Michigan beaches, regular fireworks displays start at Navy Pier and the downtown streets and spruced-up Riverwalk are crowded with tourists. But the holiday weekend is often seen as the start of heightened violence, as well.

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Hanover Strong Community Gathering offers healing following deadly crash
HANOVER, VA (WWBT) - The mother of a young Hanover crash victim is spending this Memorial Day weekend reaching out to area youth. The Hanover Strong Community Gathering is meant to remember 17-year-old Dylan Ballard and 22-year-old Elliot Hinton, "It just hurt this community so much," said speaker Michael Goodman.

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I Have Not Reconciled With Chris Oyakhilome – Pastor Anita
. Pastor Anita formerly married to Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has released a statement via her website stating that she has not made any decision to return to her ex-husband. The statement read: Important Information It has been brought to my attention that there are persistent rumors and....

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Dozens of men took part in the gang rape of a Brazilian teen. Then a video surfaced online.
The 16-year-old girl arrived at her 19-year-old boyfriend's house in Rio de Janeiro around 1 a.m. last weekend. She remembers being alone with him there. The girl says her next memory is waking up in a different house surrounded by more than 30 men, many of them armed. All, or at least some of them, took part in her rape.

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‘Post’ investigation finds German city’s facilities used to wage BDS
BERLIN A group conducting an aggressive anti-Israel boycott campaign has its headquarters in Bremen city-owned property that has received federal funding, an investigation by The Jerusalem Post found. “The Bremen Peace Forum has already publicly supported the BDS movement for some time.

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Chef Vikas Khanna and the unifying power of food
Vikas Khanna at Cannes Film Festival 2016. It’s a place he is now very familiar with. A regular on the red carpet at Cannes, last year saw Chef Vikas Khanna officially unveil Utsav, his book on food traditions of India that took him 12 years of research to compile.

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Peculiarly Kenyan occupations for your children in the years ahead
Fear of automation and disruptive change is everywhere. The traditional occupations are all under assault. The rise of artificial intelligence and robotics is expected to lay waste to so many traditional jobs across the world. Some think a third of all current jobs in the world could be rendered obsolete.

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Praise in Park Event to help Unify West Side
Faith Temple Ministries hosted Praise in the Park on Saturday at Bayview Park as a way to help unify the community. The event was focused on promoting hope and inspiration to the community to help combat the recent violence in the area. The family-based carnival had activities for all ages.

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Kenya: Heartbreak for pastor as bride goes missing
Mugambi and his fiancée Jackline Cholo. They dated for more than three years. [PHOTO: JENIFFER WACHIE/STANDARD] Pastor Justine Phares Mugambi of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church Africa sat at a corner in his Githurai house, staring blankly at the ceiling. Yesterday was to be a big day in his life.

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Making the peace on a violent block of Chicago
A few dozen people were scattered over three corners of the intersection of Garfield Boulevard and Halsted Street, on the border between the Back of the Yards and Englewood neighborhoods Friday night. Cars honked as they passed, including police cars and buses, as people waved signs protesting....

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