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Widow of church victim: Mural captures husband's spirit
An image of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, one of the victims of the June 2015 shootings at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., is seen on a mural on a building in Charleston a few blocks from the church on Friday, May 13, 2016. The mural was created by artist Tripp Derrick Barnes to honor the nine....

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Water crisis hits Sierra Leone capital
Freetown (AFP) - Sierra Leone's capital is in the grip of a fortnight-long drought that has forced residents to spend hours searching for water, often risking their lives by drinking contaminated supplies. Activists have warned that schoolchildren are having to spend entire nights looking for water, with no end in sight for the crisis.

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Widow of church victim: Mural captures husband's spirit
Bruce Smith Widow of church victim: Mural captures husband's spirit. An image of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, one of the victims of the June 2015 shootings at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., is seen on a mural on a building in Charleston a few blocks from the church on Friday, May 13, 2016.

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Widow of Church Victim: Mural Captures Husband's Spirit
The widow of the pastor gunned down with eight of his parishioners at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church last year sees the spirit of her late husband, the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, in a new mural honoring the victims. The mural by artist Tripp Derrick Barnes, unveiled Friday on a building a few blocks....

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Arrest of Tennessee children exposes flawed juvenile justice
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee police officer tried to prevent the arrests that would embroil his department in a national furor over policing in schools, but his colleagues and supervisors refused to change course. They insisted on arresting children as young as 9 years old at their elementary....

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3rd Texas attorney general’s staffer left, stayed on payroll
A third top official in Ken Paxton’s office was kept on the payroll after she left the agency — this time for nearly six months — state records show, raising more questions about the attorney general’s use of a benefit designed for state employees in extraordinary circumstances.

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El Paso diocese prepares for wave of Cuban immigrants
The first wave of what could become thousands of Cuban refugees have begun arriving in El Paso and across the border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, as relations between the United States and Cuba continue to normalize and Cubans fear losing their special status as immigrants, officials said.

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Day 12: Tricks to making note perfect al pastor tacos at home
Reporter Nick Kindelsperger is eating tacos every day in May in an attempt to complete six challenges posed by his co-workers. Today Nick tackles Challenge No. 2: Can you make al pastor at home? Tacos eaten: 4. Restaurants visited: 1 (a taco truck while waiting for the al pastor tacos to be....

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Why not a council for responsible counting?
Do we blame the Commission on Elections (Comelec) for not discerning what the name of PPCRV truly signifies and that its attention is on voting, not on vote tabulation? Or do we blame the oddly-named Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) for misrepresenting itself as a vote counting....

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A Pastor's Plea: Don't Freak Out Over Potties
Just this morning two of my Facebook friends put up posts suggesting the world is going to end because President Obama has directed public schools to allow trans kids to use the potty of their choice. Now, I know other people have said what I'm about to say, so I'll make it quick and I'll try to keep it eloquent: I'm a pastor.

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Neighborhood Eats: Lamb shanks from the Food Sermon Kitchen
In this edition of Neighborhood Eats, we're headed to Brooklyn for a new twist on the tastes of the Caribbean. That's where we find the Food Sermon Kitchen, where Rawlston Williams pays tribute to the food of his native St. Vincent and the Grenadines and then takes it to a new level with his formal culinary training.

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New President of Brazil, Michel Temer, Signals More Conservative Shift
Dilma Rousseff acknowledged supporters after Brazil’s Senate voted to suspend her on Thursday. Credit Eraldo Peres/Associated Press. A profile of Ms. Temer in Veja, a newsmagazine, caused a stir by glowingly referring to her as “pretty, demure and of the home.” It said Mr.

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Mural honors victims of the Charleston church shootings
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A new mural honoring the nine black parishioners fatally shot in a Charleston, South Carolina, church has been completed a little more than a month before the shooting’s first anniversary. The mural by noted artist Tripp Derrick Barnes appears on the side of a building a few....

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Arrest of Tennessee children exposes flawed juvenile justice
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee police officer tried to prevent the arrests that would embroil his department in a national furor over policing in schools, but his colleagues and supervisors refused to change course. They insisted on arresting children as young as 9 years old at their elementary....

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Survivor of Georgia crash moved to rehabilitation center
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — A University of Georgia student who survived a crash that killed four of her friends has been moved to an Atlanta rehabilitation center, a center spokeswoman said. Agnes Kim was admitted to the brain unit of the Shepherd Center in Atlanta on Thursday, Jane Sanders said in a....

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Survivor of Georgia crash moved to rehabilitation center
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — A University of Georgia student who survived a crash that killed four of her friends has been moved to an Atlanta rehabilitation center, a center spokeswoman said. Agnes Kim was admitted to the brain unit of the Shepherd Center in Atlanta on Thursday, Jane Sanders said in a....

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Arrest of Tennessee children exposes flawed juvenile justice
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee police officer tried to prevent the arrests that would embroil his department in a national furor over policing in schools, but his colleagues and supervisors refused to change course. They insisted on arresting children as young as 9 years old at their elementary....

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As church shooting anniversary looms, mural honors victims
By BRUCE SMITH Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A new mural honoring the nine black parishioners fatally shot in a Charleston, South Carolina, church has been completed a little more than a month before the shooting's first anniversary. The mural by noted artist Tripp Derrick Barnes appears....

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News Minute: Here is the latest South Carolina news from The Associated Press at 1:40 p.m. EDT
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - As the anniversary of the Charleston AME church shootings approaches, a mural on the side of a building a few blocks from the sanctuary honors the shooting victims. The mural by noted artist Tripp Derrick Barnes unveiled Friday shows a portrait of the Rev.

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Mural honors victims of the Charleston church shootings
CHARLESTON, S.C. – A new mural honoring the nine black parishioners fatally shot in a Charleston, South Carolina, church has been completed a little more than a month before the shooting's first anniversary. The mural by noted artist Tripp Derrick Barnes appears on the side of a building a few....

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Mural Honors Victims of the Charleston Church Shootings
A new mural honoring the nine black parishioners fatally shot in a Charleston, South Carolina , church has been completed a little more than a month before the shooting's first anniversary. The mural by noted artist Tripp Derrick Barnes appears on the side of a building a few blocks away from the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

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Mural honors victims of the Charleston church shootings
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A new mural honoring the nine black parishioners fatally shot in a Charleston, South Carolina, church has been completed a little more than a month before the shooting’s first anniversary. The mural by noted artist Tripp Derrick Barnes appears on the side of a building a few....

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Bethel suspects PM has ulterior motive over vote
By AVA TURNQUEST. Tribune Chief Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . SAVE Our Bahamas committee member Pastor Lyall Bethel yesterday questioned whether Prime Minister Perry Christie was trying to use the gender equality referendum to secure a win at the polls in 2017.

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Mural honors victims of the Charleston church shootings
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A new mural honoring the nine black parishioners fatally shot in a Charleston, South Carolina, church has been completed a little more than a month before the shooting’s first anniversary. The mural by noted artist Tripp Derrick Barnes appears on the side of a building a few....

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Mural honors victims of the Charleston church shootings
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A new mural honoring the nine black parishioners fatally shot in a Charleston, South Carolina, church has been completed a little more than a month before the shooting's first anniversary. The mural by noted artist Tripp Derrick Barnes appears on the side of a building a few....

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From a prostitute to the pulpit: How one choice can really change your life
Though we occasionally hear of a pastor with a prostitute, in my case it happened the other way around. As a 17-year-old aimless, thrill-seeking young man with no religious background, I was baited by a prostitute and walked into a set-up for robbery and murder.

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