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Like the petrol, Parisians' patience for strikes runs dry
Like many other Parisians, his sympathy is in short supply for a three-month-long campaign by unions against the government's hotly contested labour reform. "Absolutely not," Pastor told AFP when asked if he supported the rolling transport strikes and hardline industrial action that has hobbled or shut six of France's eight oil refineries.

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Washington Rape Suspect Arrested In Oklahoma
SHAWNEE, Oklahoma - A man accused of several sexual assaults in Washington State was arrested this week in Pottawatomie County. Investigators said he'd been living in Oklahoma for more than 20 years. And it didn't take long for deputies to track him down because he wasn't hiding. Apparently he just had a lot of people fooled.

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Anniversary: Ekweremadu Lauds Wike On Performance
Senator Ike Ekweremadu, Deputy Senate President, has praised Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, Rivers State Governor, for bringing back faith in government through his projects delivery at a time people were losing faith. Ekweremadu spoke in Port Harcourt on Friday when commissioning the Rumueprikom-Rumuolumeni....

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Church pastor killed in Kensington hit-and-run; driver sought
57-year-old Eliezer Leon was a brother, father and assistant pastor at Estanque de Sioloe Church in Germantown.

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Like the petrol, Parisians' patience for strikes runs dry
Paris (AFP) - French estate agent Benjamin Pastor finally found a filling station that had not run out of petrol on Thursday after four others turned him away. Like many other Parisians, his sympathy is in short supply for a three-month-long campaign by unions against the government's hotly contested labour reform.

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Spoleto Festival USA begins 40th season in South Carolina
CHARLESTON, S.C. The 40th season of the Spoleto Festival USA opened Friday amid tributes to the men who established the internationally known art festival and remembrances of the nine people fatally shot in a city church last year during a Bible study.

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USC Institute of Armenian Studies: A Vision for a New Century of Scholarship and Innovation
BEVERLY HILLS—On Sunday, May 22, some 600 guests gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to celebrate the 11th anniversary of the USC Institute of Armenian Studies. The Gala Banquet was held under the auspices of the Institute’s Leadership Council in the presence of USC Provost Michael Quick and Interim Dean of USC Dornsife College, Dani Byrd.

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A State-by-State Look at Proposals Dealing With LGBT Rights
Legislation has been proposed in states across the country addressing the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, including some proposals that critics say would legalize discrimination. Many of the proposals would protect clergy, businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs.

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A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
Legislation has been proposed in states across the country addressing the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, including some proposals that critics say would legalize discrimination. Many of the proposals would protect clergy, businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs.

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A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
ALABAMA. Some Alabama lawmakers in the last session unsuccessfully pushed a measure to prevent the state from refusing to license child care service providers who decline services that conflict with their religious beliefs. Religious organizations contract with the state to provide some childcare....

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Suspect arrested in murder of East Feliciana school board member
Baton Rouge Police on Thursday (May 26) arrested a suspect in the fatal shooting of East Feliciana Parish School Board member Broderick Brooks, WAFB reports . Jacquez Griffin, 19, was booked on a first-degree murder charge. Brooks, described in the WAFB report as "a well-known educator, community....

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Pope receives Plaza de Mayo founder who criticised him (2)
Vatican City, May 27 - Pope Francis on Friday received Hebe Pastor de Bonafini, 87, the legendary co-founder and president of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo who have lobbied ceaselessly for their children 'disappeared' by Argentina's former military junta. The private meeting lasted over an hour.

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SBCAN Honors 5 at North County Looking Forward Awards Dinner
SBCAN is a countywide, grassroots organization dedicated to creating sustainable communities by promoting social and economic justice and preserving our community’s environmental and agricultural resources. About the Award Recipients. Franca Bongi Lockard The Social Justice Award for promoting....

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10-year-old Hamilton actor T.J. McGibbon has 'amazing' role in X-Men: Apocalypse
It's a sunny Friday afternoon, and 10-year-old T.J. McGibbon is doing homework on her family's front porch in Kirkendall. She's polite and cheerful. She's surrounded by books. She's eager to talk about Hamilton, and her favourite vintage clothing store, and how much she wants the city to build a light rail transit system.

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Day 26: A (mostly) disappointing day in the northern and western suburbs
Tacos eaten: 9. Restaurants visited: 3. Total tacos eaten this month: 190. Total restaurants visited this month: 75. I'm getting tired. Perhaps a month of eating tacos every day has finally started to take its toll on me, or it just could be this latest suburban challenge.

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Pope receives Plaza de Mayo founder who criticised him (2)
Vatican City, May 27 - Pope Francis on Friday received Hebe Pastor de Bonafini, 87, the legendary co-founder and president of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo who have lobbied ceaselessly for their children 'disappeared' by Argentina's former military junta. The private meeting lasted over an hour.

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Pope receives Plaza de Mayo founder who criticised him (2)
Vatican City, May 27 - Pope Francis on Friday received Hebe Pastor de Bonafini, 87, the legendary co-founder and president of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo who have lobbied ceaselessly for their children 'disappeared' by Argentina's former military junta. The private meeting lasted over an hour.

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We Have Always Been This Mean: Our History of Political Violence and the Only Way Out
This past week marks that it has been 160 years since Congressman Preston Brooks, a Democrat from South Carolina, walked into the chamber of the United States Senate with his gold tipped cane, walked up behind Senator Charles Sumner, who was working at his desk, and relentlessly beat him to a pulp until he lay unconscious in a pool of blood.

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High-Tension Wire Kills School Leaver And Injured Landlord
Our correspondent learnt that Deborah, who had come to stay briefly with her elder sister, Bukola Ogunbajo, on the street, just left secondary school, having finished sitting for 2016/2017 West African Senior School Certificate Examination about three weeks ago.

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500 expected for peace march on May 31
WAUSAU - Organizers of a Tuesday peace march anticipate as many as 500 people will parade through downtown Wausau in a call for racial equity in the Marathon County justice system. The march is being held to call attention to the case of Dylan Yang, a 16-year-old Wausau boy who faces 60 years in....

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Pope receives Plaza de Mayo founder who criticised him
Vatican City, May 27 - Pope Francis on Friday received Hebe Pastor de Bonafini, 87, the legendary co-founder and president of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo who have lobbied ceaselessly for their children 'disappeared' by Argentina's former military junta. The private meeting lasted over an hour.

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Opposition to Valpo's human rights ordinance persists
The controversy around Valparaiso's human rights ordinance didn't end Monday with City Council passage. In the wake of the council's vote, there are Valparaiso citizens who say they are preparing to challenge the decision. Pastor Phil Willingham, who has publicly objected to the ordinance, said he's....

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The Murders In Bangladesh – The Role Of ISIS, Al-Qaeda, And Local Jihadis
Introduction. Since early 2013, Bangladesh has attracted international media attention for the systematic killing of freethinkers and non-Muslims by Islamist forces in the country. In analyzing these killings, an important date to begin with is March 31, 2013 – the day a group of Islamist leaders....

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Pope receives Plaza de Mayo founder who criticised him
Vatican City, May 27 - Pope Francis on Friday received Hebe Pastor de Bonafini, 87, the legendary co-founder and president of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo who have lobbied ceaselessly for their children 'disappeared' by Argentina's former military junta. The private meeting lasted over an hour.

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Shame: Ghanaian Popular Pastor Caught Pant Down With A Married Church Member On Her Matrimonial Bed
Wonders, they say, will never end indeed, as we have started experiencing diabolic and shameful act we only used to experience and watch in movies right in the church of God in this endtime. How else could someone known as a pastor mock God and humiliate himself than to share a man’s wife with him right on the man’s own matrimonial bed.

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High-tension wire kills school-leaver, injures landlord
Tragedy struck on Fagbeyiro Street in the Alakuko area of Lagos State after a high-tension wire fell on a 14-year-old girl, Deborah Faleke, who was electrocuted. Our correspondent learnt that Deborah, who had come to stay briefly with her elder sister, Bukola Ogunbajo, on the street, just left....

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