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PM DIVORCING WIFE JOY
MBABANE The Prime Minister, Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini, has filed a divorce application against his wife Joy Nonjabulo Gladness Dlamini. The divorce proceedings against Pastor Joy were filed by the PM’s lawyers last Friday, April 1, 2016. The two were married through civil rites, in a marriage that....

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Helping at-risk youth help themselves
Instructor Gary McCracken and program director Pastor John E. Smith Jr. give suggestions as Steven Moore works the band saw at My Brother’s Workshop on Wednesday on St. Croix. The workshop provides paid training and mentoring to “high-risk and at-risk” youth between ages 16 and 24.Daily News Photos by LINDA MORLAND.

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Congo poll runner-up 'accepts' result
Denis Sassou Nguesso and Paul Kagame: AFP The runner-up in Republic of Congo's election called on his supporters on Wednesday to accept the official results of the violence-tainted poll that returned longtime president Denis Sassou Nguesso to power. Guy-Brice Parfait Kolelas said he did not wish to....

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Escapee Inmate Breaks House of Pastor Bingu, Sent Back to Prison
A notorious habitual thief who escaped from Mangochi prison mid March is back in prison after he was caught stealing in a house he broke into on April 2. Mangochi Police assistant spokesperson Amina Daudi confirmed that Esau Donald has been thrown back behind bars after he broke into the house of Pastor Isaac Bingu.

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Sharpsburg police to get training on Narcan use
Updated 10 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 10 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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Bus Stop TV in Breakthrough Productions
By Tafadzwa Zimoyo. "Operating under the same name has created tension with P O Box Reloaded which has greatly affected our creative process."Popular local comic group P O Box has rebranded it's name to Bus Stop TV in a bid to connect with people from all walks of life and partnering with filmmakers.

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eNCA | Runner-up in Congo poll 'accepts' Sassou Nguesso win
Runner-up in Congo poll 'accepts' Sassou Nguesso win. File: Congo's president Denis Sassou Nguesso won two successive terms in elections in 2002 and 2009, both of which were disputed by opposition parties. Photo: AFP / Marco Longari BRAZZAVILLE - The runner-up in Republic of Congo's election....

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Runner-up In Congo Poll 'accepts' Sassou N
Brazzaville (AFP) - The runner-up in Republic of Congo's election called on his supporters to accept the official results of the violence-tainted poll that returned longtime president Denis Sassou Nguesso to power. Guy-Brice Parfait Kolelas said he did not wish to stir up controversy by challenging....

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Runner-up in Congo poll 'accepts' Sassou Nguesso win
Interim President of the Congolese Movement for Democracy and Integral Development (MCDDI) and Presidential candidate Guy Brice Parfait Kolelas addressing his supporters in Brazzaville on March 17, 2016 (AFP Photo/Marco Longari) Brazzaville (AFP) - The runner-up in Republic of Congo's election....

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My Foreign Affairs
by International Institutions and Global Governance Program by Danielle Renwick, Brianna Lee, and James McBride. by Philip H. Gordon, James Dobbins, and Jeffrey Martini by John P. Manley, Pedro Aspe, William F. Weld, Thomas P. D'Aquino, Andres Rozental, and Robert A.

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Suspected shooter of Linden bus driver faces the courts
to answer a murder charge at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court. Terry Cromwell,23, called “Jim Carey,” of King Edward Street, Albouystown, was not required to plead when the charge was read to him by Magistrate Fabayo Azore. It is alleged that he murdered Elwin Lorrimer on March 21, last, in Georgetown.

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Aregbesola Signs Osun Land Use Law
The governor of Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has signed into law, the Osun State Land Use Charge Law to boost the economy of the state. The governor, at the signing of the law in Osogbo said never again will his administration base the execution of its programmes on federal allocations.

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Court grants pastor caught with human skulls bail
A magistrate court sitting in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, has granted bail to one Pastor Gabriel Josaya, (a.k.a Eli-Wakuku), the founder of St Moses Orimolade Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Osere area, Ilorin, who was allegedly caught with human heads some weeks ago. In her ruling, Magistrate Kehinde A.

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Farming, Faith and Climate Change Conference is Saturday in Lincoln
“Ironically, we often take the things closest at hand for granted, and surely food must be somewhere near the top of the list,” Dittman said. “In the not too distant future it's possible we won't have that luxury. “By 2050 Nebraska will no longer be considered in the Corn Belt, and by 2100....

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This Twist Proves That The Americans Is a TV Game-Changer
With Wednesday night’s episode, The Americans proved itself among TV’s currently more daring dramas. Sure, it has already been a fantastic season so far, with Soviet spies Philip and Elizabeth Jennings put through entirely new challenges as the repercussions of their daughter Paige’s snitching on them to her pastor continue to echo.

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Scene of Wilkinsburg mass shooting dedicated as a place of peace
The backyard of the home at 1304 Franklin Ave. in Wilkinsburg the scene of the shootings that claimed six lives on March 9 was consecrated anew Wednesday evening in a simple service aimed at marking the space as a place of peace rather than a memorial to mayhem.

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At last, Mordecai Noah Day
Mordecai Manuel Noah had a grand vision for Grand Island in 1825. Nearly two centuries ago, the Jewish-American journalist, diplomat and philanthropist viewed the island as a utopia for Jews around the world, purchasing 2,500 acres of land to build his sanctuary, to be called Ararat. For many reasons, Ararat never took off.

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Spanish parliament to sue interim gov’t over lack of accountability
The lower house of the Spanish parliament - the Congress of Deputies - made a decision on Wednesday to appeal to the Constitutional Court over the provisional government's lack of reporting to the parliament, reported. Sputnik The initiative was supported by all the parties except for the right-wing....

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South Minneapolis mosque reaches out with open house
Aisha Aden encouraged guests to remove their shoes as they observed hundreds of men kneeling on the carpet, reciting their third prayer of the day. She fielded questions from those unfamiliar with the Islamic faith. In an effort to combat misconceptions and connect with the community, Abubakar....

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A woman upset about losing her healthcare coverage took out her frustration on Florida Governor Rick Scott at a Gainesville Starbucks on April 5, 2016. "Shame on you, Rick Scott. We depend on those services. Rich people like you don't know what to do," she screamed at him. The exchange was caught on camera.

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Should Pastor Scott Stirm Apologize Properly to the Garifuna Community?
Apr 5, 2016 Should Pastor Scott Stirm Apologize Properly to the Garifuna Community? And our question of tonight is: Do you believe Pastor Scott Stirm should apologize properly to the Garifuna community? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our e-poll at channel5belize.

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With the push of a button, a perfectly healthy 34-year-old ...
With the push of a button, a perfectly healthy 34-year-old museum-goer named Ugo Dumont was transformed into a confused 85-year-old man with cataracts, glaucoma and a ringing in his ears known as tinnitus Dumont had volunteered at Liberty Science Center on Tuesday to don a computer-controlled....

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Children and young people in state care will be involved in ...
reuters.com schreibt: CHICAGO (Reuters) - Brain scans of 23 Brazilian infants with the birth defect microcephaly showed widespread and severe abnormalities suggesting that Zika may invade fetal nerve cells and disrupt brain development . Brain scans of microcephalic babies suggest Zika disrupts development.

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Lively build-up to new volleyball season
BVF vice president, George Keotsenye told Mmegi Sport yesterday that the games organising committee met over the weekend to discuss the league fixtures. He said the fixtures are yet to be sent to clubs for endorsement. Meanwhile, there have been some shocking player movements during the 2016 transfer window that closed on Friday.

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Pastor Mensah Otabil, The Afri
The general overseer of the international central gospel church (ICGC), Pastor Mensah Otabil has expressed the need for the state (government), leaving the citizenry to operate freely to amass wealth. He stated that, ‘’the state must make way for Ghanaian citizens to build the nation themselves; the state must get out of the way of the citizens’’.

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