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Hallelujah! Look at these new S£XY PHOTOs that Pastor LUCY NATASHA has shared
Tuesday, 03 May 2016 - Flashy city pastor, Lucy Natasha, came into the limelight after Nairobi Senator, Mike Sonko, revealed that he is an ardent follower of her you-tube preaching and inspiring social media posts. Men fell in love with Natasha’s beauty immediately after Sonko introduced her to the....

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China Says 'No Information' on Sending Delegation to N. Korea's Party Congress
The Chinese Foreign Ministry says it has no information regarding whether or not China will send a delegation to North Korea’s ruling Workers' Party congress scheduled for Friday. Ministry Spokesman Hong Lei said on Tuesday during a regular news briefing that he has no information on the matter when....

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Obama library could seed a turnaround on Woodlawn's open land
While the library decision still isn't a done deal, Hairston said developers already are eyeing some land on Stony Island, which she said has the most potential for development because it's vacant. To make Woodlawn's turnaround happen, developers would need land — lots of it.

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2015 Bar Exam Results
1. ABAD, Leslie Glenne C. 2. ABAD, Rachel Ann Katrina P. 3. ABEL, Jhoanna Marie M. 4. ABELARDO, Mark Joseph B. 5. ABELLA, Sonny Xavier S. 6. ABELLANA, Lutche V. 7. ABELLON, Mary May A. 8. ABIAD, Shirley Ann N. 9. ABIERA, Jose Sandino B. 10. ABIERA, Rose Anne L. 11. ABIOG, Ro Megan Lea B. 12. ABOLAIS, Nurhainie S.

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Six Bundibugyo Schools Remain Closed a Month Later
A month after the troubles in Bundibugyo, six schools remain closed after teachers and pupils failed to return to resume normal classes. This follows ethnic clashes that broke out in the area after the February general elections, leaving dozens killed, scores displaced and some in prison.

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'He thought he could help': Concealed carry gun-wielder intervenes in domestic dispute and is shot dead
The concealed carry permit holder was trying to intervene in a domestic dispute, trying to disarm the fleeing shooter, trying to do he job ordinarily reserved for police. Instead, he was killed. Just before noon on Monday, 35-year-old T.J. Antes, who had served in the Marines, watched the unfolding....

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Fulani herdsmen attack Kaduna village, kill monarch, nephew
Gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen on Sunday night invaded the Fadan Karshi village, killing its district head and his nephew. Fadan Karshi is in Sanga Local Government Area in the southern part of Kaduna State. Eyewitness said the District Head, Mr.

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Buhari too slow, he can’t ignite change – Cleric
Popular preacher and founder of Bible Believing Mission Incorporation, Aba, Abia State, Pastor Kingsley Innocent has stated that the current government led by President Muhammadu Buhari is rather too slow, adding that it could not ignite any change. He said at a time like this, Nigeria as a country did not need to be moving at such a slow pace.

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TV series about Howell and Hazel is compelling but spare a thought for their... It is perhaps a lamentable trait of humanity that...
At its most base, however, our voyeurism stems from the fact we are prurient, slightly hypocritical and like nothing more than revelling in every sordid detail because true crime is living drama, the ultimate reality show. Which brings us neatly to The Secret, the ITV series based on Deric....

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Love As the Ultimate Cure for Genocide Ideology
opinion. When the Genocide against the Tutsi happened in 1994, I was about to finish high school in my homeland of Bulgaria and prepare to go to college. I did not understand much of what was actually happening except that I heard the news and people around me praying for the victims, and especially for the children of the Rwandan tragedy.

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Action Aid Rwanda Honours Genocide Victims
Action Aid International Rwanda staff, last week, visited Ntarama Genocide Memorial Site in Bugesera District to pay respects to the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Honouring the victims, including Action Aid's nine workers who were killed 22 years ago, buried at Ntarama, the staff....

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Footprints: Hilda Pearl Henry -- mother and friend
Even nature, by its bright sunshine and gentle breeze, seemed to be in agreement with the celebration of the life of Hilda Pearl Henry nee Thomas, as family and friends gathered to bid her farewell. The service was held at the Grace Baptist Church where Miss Hilda worshipped for over 70 years. She was a leading alto on the choir.

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Kenya: Panic at church in Mombasa over terror' leaflets seeking to recruit members
Leaflets suspected to have been distributed by terrorist and separatist groups were dropped outside a church in Likoni estate on Sunday seeking to recruit members. Police said there was anxiety at the Salvation Army Church in Majengo Mapya when worshipers encountered Kiswahili literature asking....

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Knoxville church vandalized, nothing stolen
KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Last year, American Missionary Baptist Church had issues with people breaking into the church and stealing air conditioning units three separate times. This theft cost the church close to $5,000. Luckily, they had installed cameras and caught the thief in the act.

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Action Aid Rwanda honours Genocide victims
Action Aid International Rwanda staff, last week, visited Ntarama Genocide Memorial Site in Bugesera District to pay respects to the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Honouring the victims, including Action Aid’s nine workers who were killed 22 years ago, buried at Ntarama, the staff....

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Love as the ultimate cure for genocide ideology
When the Genocide against the Tutsi happened in 1994, I was about to finish high school in my homeland of Bulgaria and prepare to go to college. I did not understand much of what was actually happening except that I heard the news and people around me praying for the victims, and especially for the children of the Rwandan tragedy.

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Trump's rise is driving immigrants to become citizens
MIAMI On a recent Saturday morning in South Florida, 50-year-old Edgar Ospina stood in a long line of immigrants to take the first step to become an American. Ospina has spent almost half his life in the U.S. after emigrating from his native Colombia, becoming eligible for citizenship in 1990.

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Politics 24 mins ago 4:35 p.m. Bathroom Bill: Is SC more progressive?
COLUMBIA With the defeat of the bathroom bill in the South Carolina Senate, some are wondering if the state is now more progressive than its northern neighbor, which remains vexed by the law North Carolina lawmakers passed earlier this year. Jeff Ayers, executive director of South Carolina Equality....

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Trump's rise is driving immigrants to become citizens
FILE - In this April 29, 2016 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump supporter Luisa Aranda gestures as she is interviewed before Trump spoke at the California Republican Party 2016 Convention in Burlingame, Calif. Tens of thousands of immigrants are applying for U.S.

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Trump's rise is driving immigrants to become citizens
By SERGIO BUSTOS Associated Press. MIAMI (AP) - On a recent Saturday morning in South Florida, 50-year-old Edgar Ospina stood in a long line of immigrants to take the first step to become an American. Ospina has spent almost half his life in the U.S. after emigrating from his native Colombia, becoming eligible for citizenship in 1990.

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Trump's rise is driving immigrants to become citizens
MIAMI (AP) — On a recent Saturday morning in South Florida, 50-year-old Edgar Ospina stood in a long line of immigrants to take the first step to become an American. Ospina has spent almost half his life in the U.S. after emigrating from his native Colombia, becoming eligible for citizenship in 1990.

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Kenya: Over 10 people injured as church collapses in Matunda
Over 10 people were injured on Sunday when a church collapsed in Matunda, Likuyani sub-county following a heavy downpour. And 15 families were left homeless after their rooftops were destroyed by a storm in Namulungu village, Kakamega County. In the Matunda incident, church leaders said it started....

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6 kids lose both parents over 48 hours
Six children in Alabama lost their parents when tragedy struck twice in the same weekend, leaving both their mom and dad dead of unrelated causes. Family members say last weekend, 40-year-old Jennifer Norsworthy developed a blood clot in her sleep and died after being rushed to a hospital in Huntsville, reports.

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Trump's rise is driving immigrants to become citizens
MIAMI (AP) — On a recent Saturday morning in South Florida, 50-year-old Edgar Ospina stood in a long line of immigrants to take the first step to become an American. Ospina has spent almost half his life in the U.S. after emigrating from his native Colombia, becoming eligible for citizenship in 1990.

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St. Pete Beach priest turns 100, gets letter from Pope Francis
Rev. Matas Cyvas, a Catholic priest who has assisted services at St. Casimir Lithuanian Mission in St. Pete Beach for nearly 30 years, turned 100 Saturday. On this special occasion, Cyvas received a letter from Pope Francis and was honored at the Lithuanian American Club in St. Petersburg. Sadly, Cyvas was too weak to celebrate.

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Fond farewell for Duaibe
FRIENDS and family members gathered at the PTEC Seventh-day Adventist Church in Suva yesterday to farewell Ratu Epeli Qarau Duaibe, one of the two victims of a tragic crash along Ratu Mara Rd earlier this month. Mr Duaibe, 19, was the second victim of the car crash and was a first cousin to the first victim, Kitione Tukana.

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