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Pastor: God didna t touch Portia
1 hr ago Read more: Jamaica Observer A self-proclaimed minister of religion has forecast death and destruction for Jamaica over the next seven years, claiming that former Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller ignored advice from him and six of his peers to refrain from calling the election before April.

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Birmingham takes over Quaker Valley girls soccer
Updated 35 minutes ago Jamie Birmingham spent the better part of the last decade coaching soccer in Vermont and another three years coaching the sport in Detroit, Mich. Come next fall, Birmingham will be pacing the sidelines for the Quaker Valley girls soccer team as the program's new head coach at the varsity level.

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KATHY KIUNA shows Kenyan women how to dress, this mama is hot (PHOTOs)
Monday, 04 April 2016 - Besides her skills in confusing gullible Kenyans and milking them dry, flashy city pastor, Kathy Kiuna, of Jubilee Christian Centre (JCC), is one of the best dressed female pastors in Kenya. Despite clocking her late forties, Kathy is always up-dated on the latest fashion trends.

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Birmingham takes over QV girls soccer
Updated 4 minutes ago Jamie Birmingham spent the better part of the last decade coaching soccer in Vermont and another three years coaching the sport in Detroit, Mich. Come next fall, Birmingham will be pacing the sidelines for the Quaker Valley girls soccer team as the program's new head coach at the varsity level.

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New Kensington tour shows link between history, holy places
Updated 17 hours ago The people of New Kensington and their legacy, as seen through local church histories, will be shared during a tour April 10. “We have a rich history and really good people,” says Mary Calvanese, a volunteer and tour organizer. “Churches in our community are really important. We're starting off with four churches.

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Cleric urges Nigerians to embrace hard work, creativity to trigger change 34 mins ago National
Pastor Olumide Olugbenle, a Facilitator with the Institute for National Transformation, has said that the change Nigerians were clamouring for would happen only if they changed their attitudes which encouraged laziness and lack of creativity. According to a statement signed by Mr Celestine Ogugua,....

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Congo-Brazzaville: Who are the 'Ninja' militiamen fighting government forces?
Heavy gunfire broke out between Congolese police and unidentified gunmen on Monday (4 April) morning in the Republic of the Congo's capital Brazzaville, in the first significant outbreak of violence this year. Men described as belonging to the so-called 'Ninja' militia group were reported to have....

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West Indies win second World T20 title
Carlos Brathwaite on Sunday smashed England’s Ben Stokes for four successive sixes in the final over with a breathtaking display of power-hitting to snatch a sensational four-wicket victory for the West Indies in the ICC World Twenty20 final. West Indies captain Darren Sammy and his ragtag bunch of....

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money laundering
Colombia’s wealthy have $100 billion, more than a quarter of the country’s GDP, stashed in offshore accounts, the country’s former tax chief estimated Monday. Colombia dismantled an international money laundering network with the arrest of 13 suspects, including five flight attendants, prosecutors said Thursday.

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Ex-militia attack military, police in Republic of Congo
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo (AP) — Former militiamen attacked a military position and burned police stations in the Republic of Congo's capital early Monday, the government said. Police forces exchanged fire with the attackers, and were restoring order, the government said in a statement as heavy gunfire subsided.

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Ex-militia Attack Military And Police In Republic Of Congo
Former militiamen attacked a military position and burned police stations in the Republic of Congo's capital early Monday, the government said. Police forces exchanged fire with the attackers, and were restoring order, the government said in a statement as heavy gunfire subsided.

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Ex-militia attack military, police in Republic of Congo
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo (AP) - Former militiamen attacked a military position and burned police stations in the Republic of Congo’s capital early Monday, the government said. Police forces exchanged fire with the attackers, and were restoring order, the government said in a statement as heavy gunfire subsided.

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Notorious robber ‘Pastor’ gunned down in Benue [PHOTO]
Nemesis has caught up a notorious robber, famously known as Pastor, in Gboko area of Benue State. Pastor, who is believed to be among the killers of a late pharmacist, Labe, was this morning shot dead (see photo here) while driving with his friend in a Honda car in Gboko town.

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Names of 16 priests accused of abusing children in New Ulm Diocese released
Nearly a half-century later, the New Ulm Diocese has publicly identified the Rev. David Roney, one of 16 priests whose names were released Tuesday as priests who have been credibly accused of abusing children. Schmit couldn't believe it took 48 years, including years in which Roney, now deceased, went on to abuse more children.

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Top Rwanda genocide suspect Ladislas Ntaganzwa trial starts
“Ntaganzwa substantially participated in the planning, preparation and execution of the massacre of over twenty thousand Tutsis at Cyahinda Parish” the prosecution said, further asking the court to grant one month “to facilitate further investigation and completion of the case file preparation.

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Ex-militia attack military, police in Republic of Congo
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo (AP) — Former militiamen attacked a military position and burned police stations in the Republic of Congo's capital early Monday, the government said. Police forces exchanged fire with the attackers, and were restoring order, the government said in a statement as heavy gunfire subsided.

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What should be cut from Phoenix's budget?
Although the city has a $60 million surplus, Zuercher has proposed increasing the city's property-tax rate due to a complicated scenario with bond projects. He said increasing the rate allows the city to pay its bond debts without cutting spending for services or using up its one-time surplus.

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Ex-militia attack military, police in Republic of Congo
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo (AP) Former militiamen attacked a military position and burned police stations in the Republic of Congo's capital early Monday, the government said. Police forces exchanged fire with the attackers, and were restoring order, the government said in a statement as heavy gunfire subsided.

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Evangelical investment in Israel
US-Israeli relations are a recurring issue in the Republican primaries, even in southern states where there are very few Jewish voters. For many years, the following ritual only affected Democratic primaries, especially in New York (notably in 1980, 1984, 1988).

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Trump's hostile takeover
Trump’s name was not mentioned on the platform but he was on people’s minds, since a success of his campaign would affect the party’s future. Every election includes a couple of candidates who arouse antipathy (few of his Senate colleagues have any affection for Texan Ted Cruz).

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Gunfire heard in Republic of Congo’s capital
Updated 8 hours ago Heavy gunfire was heard in Republic of Congo's capital early Monday, with a government official saying police were battling militia fighters. The gunfire tapered off at times and was contained in the southern Bacongo and Makelekele neighborhoods of Brazzaville.

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New Kensington tour shows link between history, holy places
Updated 15 hours ago The people of New Kensington and their legacy, as seen through local church histories, will be shared during a tour April 10. “We have a rich history and really good people,” says Mary Calvanese, a volunteer and tour organizer. “Churches in our community are really important. We're starting off with four churches.

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Rivers: Police Confirm Killing Of Cleric By Herdsmen
The Rivers State Police Command has confirmed the killing of a cleric, Pastor Geoffrey Ogagaghene, by suspected Fulani herdsmen, at Ohali-Elu community in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni local government area of the state. The command, in a statement issued in Port Harcourt yesterday by its image maker, Ahmad....

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Ex-Militia Attack Military, Police in Republic of Congo
Former militiamen attacked a military position and burned police stations in the Republic of Congo's capital early Monday, the government said. Police forces exchanged fire with the attackers, and were restoring order, the government said in a statement as heavy gunfire subsided.

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Ex-militia attack military, police in Republic of Congo
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo Former militiamen attacked a military position and burned police stations in the Republic of Congo's capital early Monday, the government said. Police forces exchanged fire with the attackers, and were restoring order, the government said in a statement as heavy gunfire subsided.

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Ex-militia attack military, police in Republic of Congo
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo — Former militiamen attacked a military position and burned police stations in the Republic of Congo’s capital early Monday, the government said. Police forces exchanged fire with the attackers, and were restoring order, the government said in a statement as heavy gunfire subsided.

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