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One Week in April, Four Toddlers Shot and Killed Themselves
Sha’Quille’s mother, Montorre Kornegay, said she did not believe that the girl’s father deserved to face a murder charge. Credit Daniel Brenner for The New York Times. In Kansas City, Sha’Quille’s family is trying to come to grips with her death and the murder charge facing Mr. Block.

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Community Voices
Thank you readers for the many emails I received regarding our article about implementing Neighborhood Watch. I appreciate your comments, especially from those of you who already have the program in your neighborhoods and feel it has helped reduce crime.

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Christian pastor murdered after helping North Korean refugees
Han Choong Yeol's body was found riddled with stab and axe wounds on April 30. He was killed by North Korean spies, according to the persecution charity Open Doors. Han had left his home town of Changbai on the Chinese side of the Sino-Korean border at midday and when he had not returned later that afternoon, a large search operation was launched.

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FAITH MATTERS: Love bears all things
I was struck by how seriously they had taken their roles as mothers and with how much love and respect they were regarded by their children. “Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things,” Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 13.

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Bawumia's call for Muslim representation at the flagstaff House is right
We were in the Sissala East constituency when Dr. Bawumia came there in the evenings of Friday, the 28th of April, 2016 to attend the funeral of the wife of the late Alhaji Imoro Egala. Before going to the funeral in Pieng on Saturday, Dr. Bawumia met NPP faithfuls and spoke broadly to them.

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Local faith events: May 5 through May 12
• Aluminum tabs – St. Mary Nativity Catholic School’s Team Green is collecting aluminum tabs from beverages for the Ronald McDonald House in Winfield. For information, call 815-722-8518. • Kids & Company Preschool Registration – United Methodist Church, 339 W. Haven Ave., New Lenox. For information, call 815-485-9504.

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Indiana moms can now leave unwanted infants in a climate-controlled box
In her mid-30s, Monica Kelsey learned her life began in tragedy. Her mother, at the age of 17, had been attacked, raped and left for dead. In the aftermath of her assault, she decided to have an abortion, still illegal in 1972. But at the underground clinic she had a change of heart, according to....

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Boss de Blasio?
“I NEED your prayers,” said Bill de Blasio, New York City’s mayor, to the pastor before addressing a congregation in Queens. He did not say why, but it may be because his administration is the subject of multiple investigations by federal, state and local enforcement and regulatory agencies.

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Almost 265 Central State University students will receive degrees
An estimated 265 graduates will receive degrees. Six students will receive a masters of education degree. Tickets are required. This year’s graduates, ages 20 to 61 years old, come from 15 states plus Nassau, Bahamas. Russ Mitchell, a veteran journalist who has worked as a television anchor for the....

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Community gathering to mourn, seek closure in boy’s death
Staff Writer. MIDDLETOWN — Rick McCrabb The Middletown firefighters union and the Fraternal Order of Police are hosting a luncheon today for first responders and family members of a 5-year-old boy who allegedly was beaten and then died last week. The boy, Alexander Stephens, of Licking County, died....

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End the chaos in Detroit schools
The state House of Representatives late last night passed a package of bills that would that would decimate Detroit Public Schools. They would allow uncertified teachers in DPS. They would not give the district enough funding to survive. They would create a mostly state-appointed school board.

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Is the American Party System About to Crack Up?
Scarcely a day goes by without political seismologists offering new evidence to suggest that the tectonic plates of American politics are on the verge of a profound and unsettling shift. Too much stress has built up along too many ideological and demographic fault lines for things to remain as they are.

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Protestant clergyman who helped North Koreans axed to death in China
Seoul (AsiaNews) Rev Han Chung-ryeol was found dead on 30 April with head and stomach wounds. The Protestant clergyman served at a church in Changbai near the border with North Korea. Speaking to AsiaNews , a Korean Catholic source said that such a brutal death "is a very worrying sign.

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Indiana moms can now put unwanted infants in a climate-controlled box
By Ben Guarino In her mid-30s, Monica Kelsey learned her life began in tragedy. Her mother, at the age of 17, had been attacked, raped and left for dead. In the aftermath of her assault, she decided to have an abortion, still illegal in 1972. But at the underground clinic she had a change of heart,....

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Remarks by the President to the Flint Community -- Flint, MI
Northwestern High School Flint, Michigan. 4:10 P.M. EDT. THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Flint! (Applause.) How's it going, Wildcats? (Applause.) Well, it is good to be back in Flint, Michigan. (Applause.) AUDIENCE MEMBER! Obama! THE PRESIDENT: That's me! (Applause.) All right, settle down, everybody. (Laughter.

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Leaders must champion excellence more than anyone else
As a leader, Jesus stood always as the standard-bearer of excellence, and He expects no less from Godly leaders that look to do servant leadership that our Lord once did. Ronnie Oldham once said, "Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise, risking more than others think is....

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Tips are slowing down in Tricia Todd case
MARTIN COUNTY, Fla. - It's now been a full week since Tricia Todd, a Hobe Sound mother, was reported missing. Still, search efforts from the Martin County Sheriff's Office and volunteers appear to be going strong. On Wednesday, deputies searched for unusual smells and evidence, using cadaver dogs.

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Dead people could be 'brought back to life' in pioneering medical trial Mirror
A pioneering medical trial that aims to bring dead people "back to life" has been approved by US health watchdogs. The trial, known as the "ReAnima Project", will investigate whether parts of the central nervous system can be reanimated through medical procedures.

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Leaving Fort McMurray: Stories from the wildfire evacuees
Tens of thousands of people have fled the wildfire that has ravaged parts of Fort McMurray, Alta. Here are some of their stories: Dustin Shillolo , 29, linked up with a group of friends and rode out of town in a truck. "We were stuck on the highway and we could see the flames of the forest fire coming toward us.

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FDC prayers: Lukwago, 30 others out on bail
Suspects including Kampala lord mayor Erias Lukwago and more than 30 other Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) supporters arrested yesterday are out on bail. The suspects appeared this afternoon before Makindye Grade One magistrate George Watyekere on charges of disobeying lawful court orders....

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Wife of Iowa missionary killed in Jamaica talks to KCCI
Sara Hentzel said authorities are doing interviews to get information on the case but they told her they still don't have any suspects or a motive yet. Sara Hentzel lived in Jamaica with her husband, Randy, and children for five years doing missionary work. She said they never felt unsafe in the country.

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Police chief: Officers used poor judgment in church arrest
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - The chief of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said the decision to arrest a suspect during a worship service was a "failure in leadership" and "indefensible." The Charlotte Observer reports ( http://bit.ly/1rVnCbA ) Chief Kerr Putney told a community meeting that....

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Trial attempts to reverse brain death
By Tim Sandle 2 hours ago in Science Can brain death be reversed? This may sound the stuff of science fiction, but some leading biotechnology companies have been given the go ahead to run an experiment. When brain death occurs, although the body may still appear alive when plugged into a respirator....

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Chief: Officers used poor judgment in NC arrest during church
The chief of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said the decision to arrest a suspect during a worship service was a "failure in leadership" and "indefensible." Chief Kerr Putney told a community meeting that while the arresting detectives had legal authority to make the arrest at the church, they exercised poor judgment in doing so.

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Al Miller's attorney making closing arguments in corruption trial
Livern Barrett, Senior Gleaner Writer. Attorney-at-law Jacqueline Samuels-Brown is now making her closing arguments in the corruption trial of popular pastor the Reverend Merrick 'Al' Miller. Miller is on trial in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court for attempting to pervert the course of justice.

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Birmingham council elections 2016: Who can I vote for on May 5? Birmingham Mail
Local council elections take place across the UK tomorrow (Thursday, May 5). You can see the full list of names of those standing for election to the Birmingham City Council below. Polling stations open from 7am until 10pm. SEAT | CANDIDATE | PARTY. Acocks Green Amanda Baker GREEN. Acocks Green Eamonn Flynn TUSC.

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