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Public weighs in on abuse allegations against Archbishop Apuron
In the midst of recent allegations of sexual abuse made by former Guam resident Roy Taitague Quintanilla against Archbishop Anthony Apuron , residents and a church official have shared their opinions on the developments. Quintanilla, 52, spoke publicly at a press conference on Tuesday about abuse he....

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Crime 44 mins ago 9:27 p.m. Two ministers among 32 arrested in human trafficking operation
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced Friday authorities arrested 32 people in a Knoxville human trafficking operation. The TBI said in a release two of the men, including a children’s minister, arrested in “Operation Someone Like Me” responded to ads for what they thought were girls under the age of 18.

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19 murders in 7 days
FIVE murders between Thursday and yesterday, have sent the country’s murder rate skyrocketing to 186, with an unbelievable 19 being committed within the last seven days. Among the five latest victims are a 69-year-old woman, two teens, a roadside preacher and a man who was ambushed and gunned during a payroll heist yesterday.

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Education Despite advances, racial achievement gap widens Despite advances, racial achievement gap widens Over five years after adopting Common Core, Kentucky’s black-white achievement gap is actually widening Education 12 hours, 54 minutes ago Education
The second-graders in Sarah Bowling’s class at Dunn Elementary were on a mathematical scavenger hunt. Students cradling clipboards moved around the room matching groupings of things and learning the concept that three groups of five things total the same as five groups of three things.

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Early inconsistencies - Sunday, 22 May 2016
We do not expect presumptive president Rodrigo Duterte to fall in love with the Catholic Church, the faith-religion he was baptized in and from where he got his education, mostly in the Ateneo de Davao and San Beda College. In a last minute appeal before the May 9 elections, the Catholic Bishops’....

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Two ministers among 32 arrested in human trafficking
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced Friday authorities arrested 32 people in a Knoxville human trafficking operation. The TBI said in a release two of the men, including a children’s minister, arrested in “Operation Someone Like Me” responded to ads for what they thought were girls under the age of 18.

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Second rescued girl was abducted from GSS, Chibok, Army insists
Fideli Soriwei. The Nigerian Army on Saturday insisted that the second girl who was rescued from Boko Haram on Thursday was abducted from the Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State. The Acting Director, Army Public Relations, Col. Sani Usman, in an interview with Sunday PUNCH , faulted the....

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Adultery scandal rocks Pastor Sunday Adelaja’s church
Bayo Akinloye. Popular Nigerian pastor, Sunday Adelaja’s church is currently enmeshed in an adultery scandal following allegations that he had extramarital affairs with at least 20 women in his church. Adelaja, founder of one of Europe’s largest churches, Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for....

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Block party shows off ‘vibrant’ side as Wilkinsburg aims to reshape image
Updated 11 minutes ago Cecilia Sims made her way through the tents and tables that popped up in the vacant lots between Penn and Wallace avenues near Center Street in Wilkinsburg. She stopped for a “mini manicure” and talked to friends and neighbors. Not even rain kept people away from Saturday's block party, dubbed Link on Penn.

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The inaugural address we should hear but won’t
Updated 11 minutes ago WASHINGTON. The mere possibility of a Donald Trump presidency — gold-plated faucets in the house first occupied by John and Abigail Adams — will perhaps have a salutary effect. It might demystify an office that has become swollen with inappropriate powers and swaddled in a....

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Bill Clinton pushes for Hillary in under-the-radar campaign
Usually, he draws no more than a few hundred people, in contrast to the crowds of 10,000 and up that flock to the mega-rallies of mogul Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont. Clinton almost never takes questions from his audiences. Instead, when he is finished speaking, he wades into them,....

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Ex-MEND leaders beg militants to stop bombing
From Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa. EX-MILITANT leaders of the defunct Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), have called on new militant groups, the Niger Delta Avengers and the Red Egbesu Water Lion to stop the attacks on oil and gas instal­lations and allow President Mohammad Buhari to fulfill his electoral promises to the region.

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Cross River: 10 villages where ‘scores’ are settled with machetes and guns
By Emmanuel Una. There is one thing that modernity, Christianity and education have not extricated from the psyche of some communities in Cross River State and that is the proclivity to settling scores and disagreements with machetes and guns. The state, fondly referred to as “Paradise City” because....

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22nd May 2016 - Ex-MEND leaders beg militants to stop bombing
From Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa. EX-MILITANT leaders of the defunct Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), have called on new militant groups, the Niger Delta Avengers and the Red Egbesu Water Lion to stop the attacks on oil and gas instal­lations and allow President Mohammad Buhari to fulfill his electoral promises to the region.

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It’s a season of miracles … get yours
By Funmi Komolafe. New things are happening in this season and the right thing for us to do as Christians is to key into it once it is according to the word of God and get our miracles. In one of the previous editions of Joyful Homes, I mentioned that we try to refrain from making reference to medical science made ‘miracles’.

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I want to save collapsing marriages – Pastor Adefarasin
By Charles Kumolu. By Charles Kumolu. A t a time when the principle of right and wrong has become endangered in Nigeria following poor leadership, Pastor Wale Adefarasin is concerned about how to bring back those things, govern social behaviour in the country.

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Our plan to transform Nigeria through the family – Lanre Olusola
Last year, based on my assessment of the clients that I had and the frequency of the issues that came to me that were family related and relationship related, I did an assessment and realised that there is a serious problem in family life and marriages.

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U.S. elections 2016: Donald Trump woos Latino Christian leaders, tells them, 'We're going to take care of you'
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump presented an amiable image of himself to Latino Christian leaders on Friday, promising them that they are "going to like President Trump" after the election in November. In a video message played at the National Hispanic Christian Leadership....

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Longtime Bismarck State College professor retiring at 80
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The oldest staff member at Bismarck State College is stepping down from his full-time faculty position not long before he turns 81, but Rev. Marv Mutzenberger isn't ready to leave the classroom yet. Mutzenberger will still stay on at the Bismarck institution as an adjunct,....

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blaze near Twisp that killed three firefighters.
The tragedy Wednesday night cast a pall in Washington state and brought to 13 the number of firefighters killed across the West this year during one of the driest and most explosive wildfire seasons on record. Blazes have "burned a big hole in our state's heart," Gov.

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Milwaukee prayer walk brings call to end violence
In front a crowd of more than 150 people, 18-year-old Brianna Ward gripped a microphone and performed a piece of poetry. It was the story of her Milwaukee neighborhood — "a quiet place, a peaceful place" — and the children there. "I see beauty in their innocence, star studded irises," she said Saturday.

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Longtime Bismarck State College professor retiring at 80
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The oldest staff member at Bismarck State College is stepping down from his full-time faculty position not long before he turns 81. The Bismarck Tribune ( http://bit.ly/25feboY ) reports that Rev. Marv Mutzenberger will still stay on as an adjunct, teaching two days per week though he retires this month.

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New York Times : Waco stadium remembered as on Black Cat path to state
PROVERBS 1:2-4 To know wisdom and instruction; to perceive the words of understanding; to receive the instruction of wisdom, justice, and judgment, and equity; to give subtlety to the simple, to the young man knowledge and discretion. (Reclaiming the aspirations of Solomon).

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COURAGEOUS: Christian congregation standing up against ISIS brutality in terror heartland
PA/GETTY Katie Mansfield Pastor Edward Awabdeh's church continues to thrive despite the threat from ISIS Pastor Edward Awabdeh returned to his homeland after working as a dentist in the United States With the Islamic terror group taking large swathes of territory in civil war-torn Syria, many Christians have fled the country.

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Decapitated Churches in China’s Christian Heartland
A cross that had been torn down by Chinese government workers at a Protestant church in the village of Taitou in Zhejiang Province last year. Credit Mark Schiefelbein/Associated Press. SHUITOU, China — Along the valleys and mountains hugging the East China Sea, a Chinese government campaign to....

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Nigeria: Govt Vindicates Akpabio Over Ibom Specialist Hospital
The All Progressives Congress (APC)-led Federal Government has vindicated Senate Minority Leader and former governor of Akwa Ibom State, Godswill Akpabio over his decision to construct a World Class Specialist Hospital in the state, stressing that with the facilities at the Ibom Specialist Hospital, medical tourism would become a thing of the past.

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