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Charleston church shooting trial rescheduled
A judge in Charleston County on Wednesday moved the trial of Dylann Roof to January 17 at the request of Roof's defense lawyers. The trial had been scheduled to start in July. Roof's attorneys field a motion earlier this month saying they needed more time to prepare their case.

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Charleston church shooting trial rescheduled
A judge in Charleston County on Wednesday moved the trial of Dylann Roof to January 17 at the request of Roof's defense lawyers. The trial had been scheduled to start in July. Roof's attorneys field a motion earlier this month saying they needed more time to prepare their case.

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Charleston church shooting trial rescheduled
A judge in Charleston County on Wednesday moved the trial of Dylann Roof to January 17 at the request of Roof's defense lawyers. The trial had been scheduled to start in July. Roof's attorneys field a motion earlier this month saying they needed more time to prepare their case.

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Saudi Arabia, Kuwait stop sending students to US university
Manama: Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have decided to suspend sending their students to Idaho State University amid reports of racism and discrimination on and off campus in Pocatello, Idaho. Dr Badr Al Eisa, Kuwait’s higher education minister, said the ministry would no longer allocate scholarships to....

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In the line of duty: Officer shooting deaths up 113%
(MEDIA GENERAL) – Four officers have been shot, and killed in less than 30 days. Seventeen in all this year, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) which tracks officer deaths. That’s a 113% increase in firearm-related deaths since this time last year. The men who died are veterans of the force.

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Pristine Spring Hill Baptist marks first anniversary with services, community lunch
"We did not have Spring Hill, Fla., on our radar at all," Ailes said. "We were led here by the spirit of God." Ailes and his wife, Regina, had served in churches in New York and New Jersey. When the pastor of a church they attended in Harlem died, Ailes was ready to become the new pastor. "I had my eyes and my heart set on it," he said.

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Pastor accused of hurting man in road rage incident
A church pastor allegedly challenged another road user to a fight along an expressway and caused hurt to the latter when he declined to do so, a court heard yesterday. Daniel Cheo Guan Beng, 46, a pastor with Impact Life Church, is accused of closing Mr Tay Kim Beng's van door on him, causing it to hit the businessman, 60, on his forehead and hip.

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Charleston church shooting trial rescheduled
A judge in Charleston County on Wednesday moved the trial of Dylann Roof to January 17 at the request of Roof's defense lawyers. The trial had been scheduled to start in July. Roof's attorneys field a motion earlier this month saying they needed more time to prepare their case.

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Kuwait and Saudi Arabia stop sending students to US varsity – Decision tied to alarming increase in bigotry, discrimination
KUWAIT CITY, April 13: Kuwait’s Ministry of Education recently decided to stop sending Kuwaiti students to Idaho State University, says Minister of Education and Higher Education Minister Dr Bader Al-Essa. Gulfnews.com published a report Wednesday saying Kuwait and Saudi Arabia took this decision....

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When It Comes To Terms Like 'Colored People's Time,' Context Matters
One would think we wouldn't be needing to have this conversation right about now, but apparently we do. As you've surely heard by now, this time the peg comes courtesy of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, whose appearance in a comedy skit during a black-tie dinner over the weekend culminated with a....

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Venezuela: Regime-Friendly Daily Sacks Reporter over Panama Papers
According to the SNTP, Ultimas Noticias, April 12, 2016 together with Nicolás Maduro’s regime, is lashing out against journalists who participated in the #PanamaPapers investigation, which exposed huge amounts of corruption involving politicians, businessmen and even religious leaders who decided to invest money in offshore bank accounts.

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Progressive Leaders Say Why They and Thousands Will Risk Arrest This Week to Restore American Democracy
Hundreds of people from across the country, including leaders of scores of progressive groups, are being arrested outside the Capitol in Washington this week, where a Democracy Awakening mobilization is calling on Congress to restore voting rights protections and lessen the influence of big money.

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News Pastor donates car after winning half-court shot
Josephy Sissac, the Sacramento pastor who drained a half-court shot during an April 5 Sacramento Kings halftime show, will be donating the car he won for making the shot. Photo: ABC10 Joseph Sissac, the Sacramento pastor who drained a half-court shot during an April 5 Sacramento Kings halftime....

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Msgr. Richard O’Donnell dead at 105; oldest priest in archdiocese
Monsignor Richard O’Donnell was born two years before the Titanic sank, nine years before Adolf Hitler joined the Nazi Party and 10 years before women got the right to vote. Howard Taft was in the White House. The oldest priest in the Archdiocese of Chicago — and a White Sox fan ’til the end — Msgr.

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Creflo Dollar’s June trip to Scotland comes under fire
Megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar’s upcoming trip to Scotland is drawing heat. The Rev. David Robertson, moderator of the Free Church of Scotland, said Dollar’s teaching and lifestyle are “the last thing Scotland needs — and is contrary to the Gospel of Jesus.

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Bayelsa: Governor Dickson swears in 15 Commissioners, 19 Special Advisers
Gov. Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa on Wednesday constituted a 14-member State Executive Council at a ceremony at the Bounqet Hall, Yenagoa. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the governor also appointed some chieftains of the leading opposition party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) as....

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In the line of duty: Officer shooting deaths up 113%
Four officers have been shot and killed in less than 30 days. (L to R: Steve Smith, Carl Koontz, Allen Jacobs, Chad Dermyer) (MEDIA GENERAL) – Four officers have been shot, and killed in less than 30 days. Seventeen in all this year, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) which tracks officer deaths.

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In the line of duty: Officer shooting deaths up 113%
(MEDIA GENERAL) – Four officers have been shot, and killed in less than 30 days. Seventeen in all this year, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) which tracks officer deaths. That’s a 113% increase in firearm-related deaths since this time last year. The men who died are veterans of the force.

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Pugh, Edwards pick up endorsements from Baltimore African-American leaders
for U.S. senator on Wednesday. Donna F. Edwards Announced the day before early voting starts, it was the second high-profile endorsement for Pugh in as many days, after Rep. Elijah E. Cummings threw his weight behind the 66-year-old state senator Tuesday.

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Tax Havens Are Necessary to the Global Economy
This week the “ Panama Papers ” are everywhere. They’re a series of documents that reveal how politicians and celebrities from around the world are using tax havens. So far, this has raised two main debates: the first is the anger arising in people who feel cheated by the upper classes’ tax evasion practices.

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Church in Mississippi a window into the national debate on rights of gays
BRANDON, Mississippi--On many Sundays, conservative Mississippi Republican Governor Phil Bryant can be found in the sanctuary at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, almost always in his trademark suit and boots, often among those helping pass the offering plates.

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Msgr. Richard O’Donnell dies at 105; oldest priest in Archdiocese
Monsignor Richard O’Donnell was born two years before the Titanic sank, nine years before Adolf Hitler joined the Nazi Party, and 10 years before women got the right to vote. Howard Taft was in the White House. The oldest priest in the Archdiocese of Chicago — and a White Sox fan ’til the end — Msgr.

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Baptist Pastor Tells New Presidential Appointees to Be Brave
Reverend Dr. Sylvanus O.J. Vacarcel of the Baptist Convention Sierra Leone last Sunday enjoined some of their brethren who have been appointed to leadership positions within and outside the country to be brave in executing their duties. He was officiating a prayer and thanksgiving service Sunday, 10....

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Kumasi Demonstrators Warn Mahama, EC - No Retreat, No Surrender
By Issah Alhassan. Kumasi THE BIGGEST opposition party in the country, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and its allies - the People National Convention (PNC) and the National Democratic Party (NDP), as well as pressure groups -Let My Vote Count Alliance, Movement For Change and Alliance For Accountable....

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Liverpool's German Church pastor backing Dortmund AND Klopp to win Liverpool Echo
One of the pastors of Liverpool 's German Church says she has split loyalties when it comes to the Europa League clash between the Reds and Borussia Dortmund. The team's face off at Anfield tomorrow night and Diemut Cramer says she supports Dortmund, but also their former boss Jurgen Klopp, now managing Liverpool.

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Anti-gay pastor may lose church to LGBT group
. Homophobic New York City pastor James David Manning could lose his long-standing Harlem church over unpaid debt, and a shelter catering to homeless LGBT youth is raising funds to potentially purchase the space in an upcoming public auction. Duration: {{video.duration.

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