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Maronite Catholic saint's relics reinvigorate Scott Township parish
Over a 48-hour period this week, hundreds of people knelt before an elaborately carved, shoebox-size wooden reliquary on an altar at Our Lady of Victory Maronite Catholic Church. The local Lebanese Catholic community publicly displayed the relics of St.

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Subsidy removal: Buhari, Tinubu, others should apologise to Nigerians A human right and good governance advocacy initiative, Make A Dif­ference (MAD), has demand­ed an...
A human right and good governance advocacy initiative, Make A Difference (MAD), has demanded an unreserved apology from President Muhammadu Buhari, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Nasiru el-Rufai and Pastor Tunde Bakare over the current economic hardship foisted on the Nigerian People by the recent removal of fuel subsidy.

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Army rescues second Chibok schoolgirl, kills 35 terrorists
Barely hours after the Nigerian Army secured the release of one of the abducted Chibok school girls, Amina Nkeki, Wednesday, from the Boko Haram terrorists’ stronghold, the military has confirmed the rescue of another of the girls on Thursday evening. Spokesman of the Army, Col.

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Police arrest 6 kidnappers of 3 Kaduna clergymen
Detectives from the Inspector General of Police (IGP’s) Special Intelligence Response Squad, (SIRS), have arrested six people for allegedly kidnapping three clergymen in Kaduna State. The suspects were allegedly arrested from their hideout in the bush between Abuja and Kaduna.

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Loftin: Bumpy election season looms ahead
"Buckle your seat belts. It's going to be a bumpy night." Bette Davis as Margot Channing in the 1950 film "All About Eve." Memorable advice, given the film's looming personality clash. But change "night" to "five months" and there it is: an instant warning about the looming presidential election.

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Voices of Faith q & a
Voices of Faith q & a. The Kansas City Star (TNS) Q. What is your bucket list for Christian believers? The Rev. Duke Tuffy, Unity Temple on the Plaza: A. My suggested bucket list for Christians is the same as it would be for any other person, religious or not.

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United Methodists hopeful about study on gay issues
The United Methodist Church’s top legislative body meets only once every four years, so the stakes were high as its General Conference met over the last 10 days in Portland, Ore. And faced with about 100 legislative proposals on sexuality to the backdrop of floor protests and growing defiance of the....

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BringBackOur Girls: Second Chibok Returnee Not Among Abducted Girls
The advocacy movement also advised the federal government and the military to adopt a structured process of verifying rescued persons as outlined in its designed Verification, Authentication and Reintegration System (VARS), adding that the tool would help to accurately identify, rehabilitate, resettle and reintegrate recovered citizens.

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Biloxi's Edgewater Christian Fellowship hosts 'Night of Worship'
BILOXI -- Edgewater Christian Fellowship Church began inside the Gulf Coast Rescue Mission in 2000, with just a handful of people. The church grew and built a sanctuary, offices and meeting space near the mission in 2007. The building on 5 acres at 2750B Mission Lane still has room for growth.

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Anti-violence event hopes to draw 4,000 to pray on 79th Street
Tears fall slowly at first, until great heaving sobs wrack the body of Delores Bailey as she recounts those moments after the murder of one of her twin sons in a robbery by four teens on Dec. 13, 2014. Her sons Demacio, and the late Demario, were just three days from their 16th birthday when they....

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… Buhari, Tinubu, El-Rufai, Bakare Owe Nigerians Apology
By Alex Enumah in Abuja As criticism and anger continues to rage across the country over the recent increase in price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), a human right and good governance advocacy Initiative – Make A Difference [MAD] has demanded unreserved apology from the sponsors and active....

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Windhoek Drawing inspiration from success achieved in other sectors through sports, Deputy Minister of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Stanley Simaata says if sport is fully utilized it has the potential to bridge gaps within the ICT sector and build lasting relations among various corporates.

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The drivers competing to become Formula 1’s next global stars
Formula 1 is undergoing a generational shift this year, with a new crop of drivers staking their claim to be the next set of global stars. For a decade now, Formula 1 has been dominated by an elite group of drivers – Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel....

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Two Videos Reveal Stark Contrasts in How Clinton and Trump Appeal to Hispanics
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton offered markedly different messages to a Hispanic audience in California Friday night -- in style and in substance. The presidential candidates' comments -- in video messages played to an evangelical group -- likely are a preview of how the presumptive Republican....

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When sycophancy nurtures mediocrity 53 mins ago
I began to notice the power of sycophancy in shaping destiny of man in 2003 when a young but diligent Pastor, Kunle Omotoso of the Redeemed Christian Church, (RCCG) Central Parish, Wuse 2, Abuja was transferred to The Desire of Nations Parish, Jabi District Abuja.

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Ministers to hold Peace Walk on Sunday
A group of Memphis-area ministers will go beyond the walls of the church on Sunday and walk the neighborhoods in which they serve for prayer. The Peace Walk effort comes with the hope of stopping the number of people falling victim to violence in Memphis. Ministers told FOX13 this year’s number of people being killed, which sits at 85, is alarming.

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Awada traders protest against multiple levies
Over 500 aggrieved traders in Awada, Obosi near Onitsha, Tuesday took to the streets in protest against alleged multipletaxation and levies being collected from them by revenue contractors and agents employed by the Anambra state government and Idemili North Local Government Area officials.

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Cassinga survivors wrestle with dark memories
THIRTYEIGHT years have passed since the bloodbath witnessed at Cassinga, but survivors are yet to close this painful chapter of their lives. For survivor Tuutileni Vilho Nekwaya (54), the afternoons are hazy and the nights full of shadows and visions of the massarce which took place on that fateful day in 1978.

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Crime 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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Duterte appoints Energy chief, Solgen; Quiboloy eased out
Incoming president Rodrigo Duterte is slowly building up his Cabinet, who many, including the self-proclaimed “appointed son of God” Pastor Apollo Quiboloy, are not impressed at the Davao City mayor’s choices. The latest to join Duterte’s Cabinet is Alfonso Cusi who will take the helm of the energy department, as its secretary.

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Questions On Chibok Girl Release After Second Rescue Claim
Abuja (AFP) - Nigeria has claimed the rescue of a second Chibok girl but a campaign group on Friday said she was captured separately from the 219 held by Boko Haram, as questions were raised about the first release. Serah Luka was among 97 women and children rescued in the Damboa area of Borno state....

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Doubts over 'second rescued Chibok girl' after first release
ABUJA : Nigeria has claimed the rescue of a second Chibok girl, just days after the first, but campaigners on Friday cast doubt on her identity and attention turned to the circumstances of the releases. The army said Serah Luka was among 97 women and children rescued in the Damboa area of northeast....

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Opening just weeks away for Life Church in De Pere
DE PERE, Wis. (WFRV) A town of Lawrence church that had to fight De Pere city hall to move to its new location - is weeks away from opening its doors. Lots of work is underway, as members prepare to move in and celebrate their new home. In an old Sportsman's Warehouse in De Pere - a new beginning for Life Church.

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The inaugural address we won’t hear next January, but should
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 now swollen with inappropriate powers and swaddled in a pretentiousness discordant with a republic’s ethic of simplicity.

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Rescued girl, Serah Luka, not on our list —Chibok parents
Friday Olokor and Jesusegun Alagbe. Chibok parents refuted the Nigerian Army’s report that the second rescued girl, Serah Luka, was among the 219 kidnapped by Boko Haram on April 14, 2014. A girl, Amina Ali, believed to be among the Chibok schoolgirls, was announced rescued from the hands of the terrorists on Wednesday.

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Dementia sufferer refused entry to awareness event at church because of her assistance dog Manchester Evening News 4 hrs ago
An inspirational Alzheimer’s awareness champion was stopped from entering a dementia awareness event at a church with her assistance dog. © Provided by Manchester Evening News. Joy Watson, 57, who was diagnosed with dementia two years ago, has won national recognition for her work.

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