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Doris Simeon Speaks Out: Stella Damasus Not My Rival, I Have No Business With Her
The ‘Papa Ajasco’ thespian also debunked claims that her husband left her for Stella on claims that she cheated on him. In a recent chat with New Telegraph, the mother of one said, “I don’t have any form of relationship with Stella, she is not my rival. “I am not Stella’s friend, she and I don’t talk.

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Clerics Endorse FDC's Free My Vote Campaign
Rukungiri Religious leaders in Rukungiri District have commended the Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) for choosing prayer against violence in the ongoing post-election Free My Vote protest campaign. During a church leaders workshop by the Literacy Action Development Agency(LADA), a local....

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DIGICEL PLAY JUMPS TO 20,000 SUBSCRIBER MILESTONE IN JAMAICA Twenty Thousandth customer surprised by World’s Fastest Man, Usain Bolt! Company in the process of rolling out its service to Spanish Town
Rosalin Marshall, a police officer from Portmore, St. Catherine was given the surprise of a lifetime when she met Digicel brand ambassador, Usain Bolt, who congratulated her for being Digicel Play’s 20,000th customer. Digicel Play also surprised Rosalin and her husband, Roger, with a 55-inch LG TV, 3 months of free service and goodie bags.

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Uganda: Construction of Genocide Museum Begins in Uganda
Rwandans living in Uganda and Friends of Rwanda yesterday commemorated the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi by beginning the construction of a Genocide museum at Ggolo memorial site in Mpigi district. Rwanda's High Commissioner to Uganda, Frank Mugambage, laid a foundation stone on which a state of....

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Sea of candles marks 'magical' rally that shook Berlin Wall
Some 200,000 people joined a candlelight procession marking a watershed mass protest 25 years ago that helped bring down the Berlin Wall a month later. European leaders and former dissidents joined local residents in a day of celebrations culminating in a reenactment of the iconic march in the....

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Stella Damasus not my rival, I have no business with her – Doris Simeon
In a recent chat with New Telegraph, the mother of one said, “I don’t have any form of relationship with Stella, she is not my rival. “I am not Stella’s friend, she and I don’t talk. We’ve never worked together before, so we are not friends, I don’t have any business with her.

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2 years after cemetery shutdown, Tenn. families still seek answers
In this Monday, May 25, 2015 photo, people visit the Galilee Memorial Gardens cemetery in Memphis, Tenn. The cemetery was temporarily opened to visitors on Memorial Day. It was closed in 2014 after owner Jemar Lambert was accused of misplacing hundreds of bodies, burying multiple cadavers in the....

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Pastors rewarded for teaching the word of God
Pastors of the evangelical churches in Uganda have been cautioned against abusing other religions as they preach, saying this discourages non-believers from joining the faith. The caution was sounded by Pastor Simeon Kayiwa of Namirembe Christian Fellowship on Friday during an award-giving ceremony....

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Out With the Old
Blocking two proteins might rid the body of aging cells and promote tissue renewal. Our body’s cells, like their owners, get old; but as we advance in years, our aging cells, paradoxically, can become resistant to death. Such cells stop dividing, but they linger on and become a nuisance, cluttering up tissues and organs and promoting disease.

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New Detroit church aims to bridge divides
Detroit's Midtown area has seen a burst of growth, with new pricey apartment complexes, hip restaurants and craft breweries popping up as investment pours in. But it still has poverty, a homeless population and longtime residents who struggle. A good place, Pastor Sonny Smith thought, to spread the message of the gospel.

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Catholics laud pope’s view on divorce, remarriage
“God’s love is for all of us,” said Shakur, after attending Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Sunday. “It’s difficult enough to go through a divorce. You just want mercy and grace.” On Sunday, Shakur and other Catholics in the Boston area praised Pope Francis’ proclamation on family life in....

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Pope calls for inclusive Catholic Church
VATICAN: In a broad proclamation on family life, Pope Francis called for the Roman Catholic Church to be more welcoming and less judgmental, and he seemingly signaled a pastoral path for divorced and remarried Catholics to receive holy communion. The 256-page document - known as an apostolic....

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Divine Liturgy served in Stockholm for victims of Azerbaijani aggression in Nagorno-Karabakh
A holy liturgy and requiem were held in memory of the victims of the Azerbaijani recent aggression against Nagorno Karabakh, which was served by Pastor Yeghishe Avetisyan. The service was attended by H.E. Artak Apitonian, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Armenia to Sweden, Mr.

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So Cruel: Gang Members Kill Pastor For Preaching Repentance
A gang of robbers gruesomely murdered an evangelist in cold blood for urging them to repent from their sins. Chukwu Ekere, a pastor based in Rivers state have been killed for preaching repentance in the oil-rich state. According to the police, the Rivers State Police Command arrested the culprits....

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Tunde Bakare Weeps: Nigeria Has Failed Chibok Girls
Bakare, a former political ally of incumbent president, Muhammadu Buhari spoke yesterday in Abuja at a special sit-out of the #BringBackOurGirls, BBOG. Pastor Bakare berated past and present administrations in the country for their failure to rescue the girls saying; “The whole nation has failed these children.

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"Many Nigerian Pastors Are Fake, Not Called By God" – Oritsejafor
A former National President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, says most people who claim to be pastors or men of God are not, as they were not called by God in the first place. Oritsejafor expressed displeasure over how ‘these men of God’ have now turned the church....

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World Outreach Ministry Foundation Plans To Offer Assistance to Inmates In Bor
By Jacob Achiek BOR, 10 April, 2016 [Gurtong] - Bor prison accommodates more than 90 inmates, most of whom have spent more than three years. Since 2006, World Outreach Ministry Foundation has been working with the local church in Jonglei called Jonglei Worship Center in Bor to help the most vulnerable communities in Jonglei State.

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The whole nation has failed missing Chibok girls – Tunde Bakare
He pointed out that the nation had not given the girl’s plight the necessary thoughtfulness and seriousness it deserved, adding that those who were in a position to act had shown weakness towards addressing it or even towards calming the anxiety of the anxiously waiting Chibok parents.

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BISHOP SAMSON HLATJWAKO WILLING TO PRAY FOR THE PM, JOY
BABANE President of the League of African Churches in Swaziland Bishop Samson Hlatjwako says he is ready and willing to pray for Prime Minister (PM) Sibusiso Dlamini and his spouse, Pastor Joy. Hlatjwako when interviewed by this publication yesterday, said he was ready and willing to pray for the....

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The Curious Tale of the Rabbi Who Became Alberto Nisman's Family Pastor
JTA — In January 2015, Rabbi Marcelo Polakoff was stuck in Buenos Aires when his phone rang. He’d been planning a trip to New York but a storm had canceled all flights, and Polakoff, the rabbi of Cordoba, a province in central Argentina, was cooling his heels at his sister’s house. A woman he didn’t know was on the line.

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Nigerian Newspapers: 10 things you need to know this Monday morning
Good morning! Here are 10 things you need to know this morning. 1. Outspoken preacher and founder of Lagos-based Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has taken a swipe at Nigerian politicians for using the abduction of 219 Chibok schoolgirls to score what he termed ‘cheap political points.

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Commemoration Not a Preserve for Survivors - Pastor Rutayisire
Commemoration activities should not be seen as a preserve for Genocide survivors, but rather should involve every Rwandan because the Genocide affected the entire national fabric. This was the message from officials as Rwandans in different parts of the country met in their villages for the launch....

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Divine Liturgy served in Stockholm for victims of Azerbaijani aggression in Nagorno-Karabakh
09:30, 11 April, 2016 YEREVAN, APRIL 11, ARMENPRESS.A holy liturgy and requiem were held in memory of the victims of the Azerbaijani recent aggression against Nagorno Karabakh, which was served by Pastor Yeghishe Avetisyan. The service was attended by H.E. Artak Apitonian, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Armenia to Sweden, Mr.

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My Foreign Affairs
by International Institutions and Global Governance Program by Danielle Renwick, Brianna Lee, and James McBride by Mohammed Aly Sergie, Robert McMahon, Jeremy Sherlick, and Hagit Ariav. by John P. Manley, Pedro Aspe, William F. Weld, Thomas P. D'Aquino, Andres Rozental, and Robert A.

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Cooper's eye on the left: Campuses becoming more timid
Father Klansman and his whip. Chalk on pavement supporting Donald Trump recently has been deemed threatening at Emory University in Atlanta and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. And the Ku Klux Klan was thought to be stalking students at Indiana University in Bloomington.

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Samoans divided over young woman’s stigmata
APIA – Claims that a young woman developed wounds after playing Jesus Christ in a play have sharply divided opinion in Samoa, with people divided over whether the bleeding cuts are an authentic miracle or a hoax. The country’s prime minister is among those who believe Toaipuapuaga Opapo Soana’i....

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