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Senior Housing Center Ceremony Set For Fire Anniversary
Baltimore firefighters battle a three-alarm fire at Gay and Chester Streets on Monday, April 27, 2015, in Baltimore. It was unclear whether it was related to ongoing riots. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun/TNS via Getty Images) BALTIMORE (AP) — A ribbon-cutting ceremony for a Baltimore senior housing....

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Sacrilege! RUTO mocks God after his case at ICC collapsed! See what ‘he’ did to a man of God
Thursday April 7, 2016 - A pastor in Nandi County was forced to flee yesterday from a prayer rally organized to thank God following the termination of Deputy President William Ruto and journalist, Joshua Arap Sang’s case at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.

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Congo: Thousands flee gunbattles in Congo capital after disputed polls
Brazzaville, Congo | AFP | Monday 4/4/2016 - 22:26 GMT. Thousands fled fighting in Congo's capital Brazzaville on Monday as the government blamed hours of heavy clashes in opposition bastions on a rebel group known as "The Ninjas". There was no official toll from what the government called "a....

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Congo: Congo ex-rebel leader sacked from presidency after attacks
Brazzaville, Congo | AFP | Thursday 4/7/2016 - 13:32 GMT. Congo's President Denis Sassou Nguesso has sacked a former rebel leader and clergyman from a junior post in the presidency over suspicions that he spearheaded a deadly "terror attack" this week.

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Mayor Will Be Out Of Country During Freddie Gray Anniversary
BALTIMORE (WJZ) WJZ has learned that during the upcoming anniversary of Freddie Gray’s arrest, the city’s top leader will be out of the country. Rick Ritter has more on the Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s trip, which comes at a crucial time for the city. April 12 is the one-year anniversary of Gray’s arrest.

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Breaking News: Orubebe’s lawyer, Judges clash over admissibility of evidence at CCT trial
By Ikechukwu Nnochiri ABUJA – Trial of the erstwhile Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Elder Godsday Orubebe‎ over allegation that he falsely declared his assets in 2007, kicked off on a dramatic note on Thursday, as his lawyer, Mr. Larry Selekeowei, SAN, exchanged hot words with the Justice Danladi....

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Thandi Modise’s farm spokesperson joins the DA
INDEPENDENT MEDIA File photo Rustenburg - The chair of the national council of provinces and former North West premier Thandi Modise’s farm spokesman Neo Moepi has joined the Democratic Alliance (DA). The DA on Thursday, said it welcomed HIV and Human Right’s activist pastor Neo Philip Moepi as a new member.

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Church for bikers could buy vacant elementary school
DURAND -- A church for bikers could buy a vacant elementary school that’s west of Flint. The Argus-Press of Owosso reported Wednesday that members of the Durand Board of Education have agreed to create a resolution to accept a $125,000 bid on Doyle Knight Elementary from Victory Biker Church. A vote is scheduled for April 18.

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Opinion Cruz is as bad as Trump and maybe worse: Column
Judging by the collective Republican sigh of relief after Ted Cruz swept the Wisconsin primary and put the brakes on the Donald Trump juggernaut, many in the party seem to consider Cruz a “ viable alternative ” to Trump. But that view is nothing short of baffling.

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Sharpsburg police to get training on Narcan use
Updated 15 hours ago Sharpsburg police will become the third department in the Lower Valley trained to administer the opioid overdose antidote Narcan. Aspinwall and Indiana Township police are certified to use the nasal spray, which Aspinwall police on at least three occasions since February have....

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Community garden envisioned in Blawnox
Updated 15 hours ago Youth pastor Tracey Russell can't wait to get her hands dirty in the community garden coming to Blawnox. The head of the I Heart Blawnox group said there's a lot of paperwork to complete before tomatoes and herbs start popping up. “We have been working really hard on it,” said....

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Jesus Goes to Washington
In 2011, U.S. Customs officials in Memphis, Tennessee, intercepted a suspiciously labeled FedEx package sent by an Israeli antiquities dealer to the compound of a wealthy biblical antiquities collector in Oklahoma City. The FedEx bill identified the contents as “hand-crafted clay tiles” worth less....

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German president urges swift refugee integration to counter extremism risk
BERLIN: Germany must take care to integrate refugees as quickly as possible after they arrive in the country or risk the rise of political and religious extremism, President Joachim Gauck said on Thursday. Germany has borne the brunt of Europe's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two, with more....

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Missing kids: We are not aware how corpses got inside church vehicle – Church denies claim
This came after the pastor of the church, Babatunde Olakunle, and a church worker, Adewale Babalola were arrested upon the discovery by the police. The Punch reports that the police recovered the bodies of a six-year-old primary 2 pupil, Ayegbo Isaac, and Innocent Ayomide, 4, a Nursery 1 pupil in the church premises.

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Sharpsburg police to get training on Narcan use
Updated 14 hours ago Sharpsburg police will become the third department in the Lower Valley trained to administer the opioid overdose antidote Narcan. Aspinwall and Indiana Township police are certified to use the nasal spray, which Aspinwall police on at least three occasions since February have....

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Community garden envisioned in Blawnox
Updated 14 hours ago Youth pastor Tracey Russell can't wait to get her hands dirty in the community garden coming to Blawnox. The head of the I Heart Blawnox group said there's a lot of paperwork to complete before tomatoes and herbs start popping up. “We have been working really hard on it,” said....

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German president urges swift refugee integration to counter extremism risk
BERLIN Germany must take care to integrate refugees as quickly as possible after they arrive in the country or risk the rise of political and religious extremism, President Joachim Gauck said on Thursday. Germany has borne the brunt of Europe's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two, with more....

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Congo capital unrest kills 5, torches buildings
At least five people died and buildings were torched in clashes between government forces and suspected rebels in Congo’s capital, the government said Tuesday, saying some 50 people had been arrested over the “terror attack”. A dozen attackers were also killed in the fighting in the south of the....

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German president urges swift refugee integration to counter extremism risk
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany must take care to integrate refugees as quickly as possible after they arrive in the country or risk the rise of political and religious extremism, President Joachim Gauck said on Thursday. Germany has borne the brunt of Europe's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two,....

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German president urges swift refugee integration to counter extremism risk
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany must take care to integrate refugees as quickly as possible after they arrive in the country or risk the rise of political and religious extremism, President Joachim Gauck said on Thursday. Germany has borne the brunt of Europe's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two,....

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German president urges swift refugee integration to counter extremism risk
BERLIN, April 7 (Reuters) - Germany must take care to integrate refugees as quickly as possible after they arrive in the country or risk the rise of political and religious extremism, President Joachim Gauck said on Thursday. Germany has borne the brunt of Europe's biggest refugee crisis since World....

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German president urges swift refugee integration to counter extremism risk
BERLIN Germany must take care to integrate refugees as quickly as possible after they arrive in the country or risk the rise of political and religious extremism, President Joachim Gauck said on Thursday. Germany has borne the brunt of Europe's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two, with more....

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German president urges swift refugee integration to counter extremism risk
BERLIN Germany must take care to integrate refugees as quickly as possible after they arrive in the country or risk the rise of political and religious extremism, President Joachim Gauck said on Thursday. Germany has borne the brunt of Europe's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two, with more....

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Riding "The Beast" to the US
Juan Orlando, a 35-year-old Honduran, sits in the hot mid-morning sun outside a hostel for migrants next to train tracks in the Mexican municipality of Huehuetoca. With him there are dozens of other men and women, also waiting for a train they hope will lead them to a land of opportunity.

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German president urges swift refugee integration to counter extremism risk
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany must take care to integrate refugees as quickly as possible after they arrive in the country or risk the rise of political and religious extremism, President Joachim Gauck said on Thursday. Germany has borne the brunt of Europe's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two,....

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An Abu Ghraib torturer speaks out The Daily Beast
© Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Relatives of Iraqi prisoners being held by US authorities at the Abu Ghraib prison denounce 08 May 2004 the treatment that the prisoners are receiving at the detention center as they hold a local newspaper featuring photos of US soldiers abusing the prisoners inside the jail located 30 kms west of Baghdad.

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