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The Queen caught on camera saying Chinese officials were 'very rude' during state visit
This is the jaw-dropping moment the Queen was caught on camera calling Chinese officials "very rude". The rare, outspoken remark from the Queen was caught on camera during a meet-and-greet session yesterday. The monarch, who recently turned 90, was referring to the behaviour of Chinese officials during last year's visit by President Xi Jinping.

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Changi Airport sets new standards for service
Changi Airport has set new standards for check-in and baggage collection, among other services, that must be met for 95 per cent of all travellers. Previously, the target for airport partners was nine out of 10 travellers. This means, for example, that even as arriving passengers may see the first....

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Representing Community’s Best, Honorees Named for 2016 Spirit of Service Awards
An extraordinary slate of locals are being honored with Spirit of Service Awards . Through these awards, now in their 12th year, Looking Good Santa Barbara recognizes individuals and organizations in the community who exceed expectations by reducing waste and keeping the community clean through graffiti and litter abatement.

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Local church tackles heroin epidemic They are holding a town hall meeting Sunday May 15.
Westmont Borough, Cambria County, Pa. Church officials at West Hills Community Church say you can't categorize the heroin and drug issues into a specific age group, gender, or neighborhood. They've seen the problem first hand, so this Sunday they're holding a town hall to help their community fight back.

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TORONTO - Miami coach Erik Spoelstra says he's not sure ...
TORONTO - Miami coach Erik Spoelstra says he's not sure what kind of reception Heat star Dwyane Wade will get in Toronto on Wednesday after his weekend anthem faux pas Wade drew fire after continuing his pre-game shooting routine as "O Canada" played prior to Game 3 in Miami on Saturday 10.05.

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Like Joe Igbokwe, I Too See War, But Not Just In the Niger-Delta
By Demola Olarewaju. The narrative of the last election was deliberately made simple to fool the simpleminded: portray Nigeria as a ship heading for the bottom of the ocean unless the captain of the ship is removed because that captain was corrupt, unable to secure the land and the economy was also spiralling out of his control.

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Pastor tells court of chat with accused killer
TORONTO — It was during a teary conversation with her pastor that a woman who is now accused of killing her stepdaughter said the girl "died like a dog" after being starved, beaten and locked in a room, a Toronto court heard Tuesday. Elaine Biddersingh, who has pleaded not guilty to first-degree....

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Former U.S. Marine Describes Being Tortured For Years In Iranian Prison
WASHINGTON -- A former U.S. Marine who was imprisoned in Iran for over four years is suing the Iranian government after publicly disclosing details about the torture he says he endured there. Amir Hekmati was one of four Iranian-American prisoners released from the country in January as part of a negotiated prisoner agreement with the U.

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Pastor tells court of chat with accused killer
TORONTO — It was during a teary conversation with her pastor that a woman who is now accused of killing her stepdaughter said the girl "died like a dog" after being starved, beaten and locked in a room, a Toronto court heard Tuesday. Elaine Biddersingh, who has pleaded not guilty to first-degree....

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THA Secretary Handel Beckles joins PNM Tobago Leadership race
The THA's Assistant Secretary in the Division of Infrastructure and Public Utilities has joined the race for Leader of the PNM's Tobago Council. 'Accepting the Call, Completing the Mandate' is the theme of Mr. Handel Beckles' political campaign. Mr. Beckles described himself as a man of integrity....

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Pastor tells Toronto murder trial of church conversation with accused killer
TORONTO -- It was during a teary conversation with her pastor that a woman who is now accused of killing her stepdaughter said the girl "died like a dog" after being starved, beaten and locked in a room, a Toronto court heard Tuesday. Elaine Biddersingh, who has pleaded not guilty to first-degree....

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Pastor tells court of chat with accused killer
TORONTO — It was during a teary conversation with her pastor that a woman who is now accused of killing her stepdaughter said the girl "died like a dog" after being starved, beaten and locked in a room, a Toronto court heard Tuesday. Elaine Biddersingh, who has pleaded not guilty to first-degree....

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Melonie 'died like a dog,' pastor tells court of accused killer's confession
TORONTO - In a teary confession which led to a break in a long-unsolved murder case, a woman accused of killing her stepdaughter told a pastor the girl "died like a dog" after being starved and confined in the family home, a Toronto court heard Tuesday. The key disclosure was made at a St. Catharines, Ont.

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They need our help Will we let West Papuans lose everything?
LAST week I ended my column drawing a correlation between the writing of JW Burton, Totaram Sandhya and CF Andrews on the indenture system and the recent report of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission of the Archdiocese of Brisbane on the injustice and human rights abuse in West Papua.

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Orange County Designates Every April 24 as Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day
COSTA MESA, Calif.—The Vice Chair Michelle Steel of the Orange County Board of Supervisors proposed a resolution that was unanimously supported by her fellow Board of Supervisors to officially designate each April 24 as Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day.

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Pastor tells court of accused killer's confession [Photos]
TORONTO - An Ontario pastor is telling the trial of a woman accused in the death of her stepdaughter about a confession that led to a break in a homicide case that lay unsolved for years. Rev. Eduardo Cruz says Elaine Biddersingh came to him in November 2011 and told him about the death of her stepdaughter, Melonie.

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New poll on Ohio's U.S. Senate race comes out Wednesday
Quinnipiac University plans to release a new poll Wednesday on Ohio's U.S. Senate race between incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (right) and Democrat Ted Strickland (left), a former governor. (AP, The Plain Dealer file photos) New Ohio poll results on Senate race, Supreme Court, marijuana: At 6 a.

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Pastor tells court of accused killer's confession
TORONTO - An Ontario pastor is telling the trial of a woman accused in the death of her stepdaughter about a confession that led to a break in a homicide case that lay unsolved for years. Rev. Eduardo Cruz says Elaine Biddersingh came to him in November 2011 and told him about the death of her stepdaughter, Melonie.

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Pastor tells murder trial of key admission
TORONTO — In a teary confession which led to a break in a long-unsolved murder case, a woman accused of killing her stepdaughter told a pastor the girl "died like a dog" after being starved and confined in the family home, a Toronto court heard Tuesday. The key disclosure was made at a St. Catharines, Ont.

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Acceptance Grows, Slowly But Steadily, For Gay Evangelicals
"If you can change the way a society or civilization defines itself at the most molecular level — at marriage and family — and if you can redefine sexual mores pervasively," Mohler argues, "you will have changed the society utterly." Not surprisingly, as an evangelical, Wilson has long struggled with being gay.

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Pastor tells court of accused killer's confession
TORONTO - An Ontario pastor is telling the trial of a woman accused in the death of her stepdaughter about a confession that led to a break in a homicide case that lay unsolved for years. Rev. Eduardo Cruz says Elaine Biddersingh came to him in November 2011 and told him about the death of her stepdaughter, Melonie.

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Pastor tells murder trial of key admission
TORONTO — In a teary confession which led to a break in a long-unsolved murder case, a woman accused of killing her stepdaughter told a pastor the girl "died like a dog" after being starved and confined in the family home, a Toronto court heard Tuesday. The key disclosure was made at a St. Catharines, Ont.

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Mayor seeks ‘counsel’ at parents’ graves
DAVAO City Mayor and presidential race frontrunner Rodrigo Duterte headed out to his parents’ mausoleum at past 3 a.m. May 10, 2016, hours after vote counting trends show him enjoying a very wide margin ahead of all his other opponents. Duterte first hinted that he was going to his parents’ grave....

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Thousands filled with pride as Obama speaks at Howard graduation
There I was on Saturday, May 7, along with thousands of others, sitting in “The Yard” on the Washington, D.C., campus of Howard University. We’d come because most of us had loved ones who were among the 2,300 graduates. The day was the culmination of a weekend of activities for the graduates from the many schools at Howard University.

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Group does not trust PM comments on referendum
By RICARDO WELLS. Tribune Staff Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . SAVE Our Bahamas yesterday said Prime Minister Perry Christie’s recent statements that same-sex marriage would never happen in The Bahamas during his lifetime should be viewed under the adage that “a promise is a comfort to a fool”.

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Felony Charges Filed in Brutal Assault on Isla Vista Pastor
The student accused of assaulting an Isla Vista pastor in his home over the weekend has been charged with four felonies, the said Tuesday. Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office Paul Laurence Gusman, 22, was charged with first-degree residential burglary; assault with personal use of a....

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Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. Ps. 24.4, 5 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you. Matthew, 5. 3

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