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Nigeria: Rivers Police Confirm Clergyman's Death
Port Harcourt The Rivers State Police Command yesterday confirmed the death of a clergyman, Pastor Geoffrey Ogagaghene at Ohalia-Elu town in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni local government area of the State. The clergyman was reportedly killed by suspected herdsmen who were on a reprisal attack over the alleged stealing of their cattle.

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Heavy gunfire in Republic of Congo capital
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 neighbourhoods of Brazzaville. Police are fighting with militiamen known as the Ninjas, said a government official.

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Brathwaite And Samuels Blast Windies To Dramatic Win
KOLKATA, India (CMC) – Carlos Brathwaite calmly belted four astonishing sixes off the first four deliveries of the final over to catapult West Indies to extraordinary four-wicket victory over England, as the Caribbean side made history by sweeping both the men’s and women’s titles at the 2016 Twenty20 World Cup here Sunday.

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Heavy, sporadic gunfire heard in Republic of Congo capital
Police are fighting with militiamen known as the Ninjas, said a government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not permitted to speak to the media on the matter. Authorities are monitoring the situation, he said. The Ninjas were one of the main anti-government forces in the 1998-99 civil war.

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Heavy, sporadic gunfire heard in Republic of Congo capital
Sioux City, IA (51101) Today. Sunny. High 56F. Winds N at 10 to 15 mph.. Tonight. Partly cloudy skies this evening will give way to occasional showers overnight. Low 38F. Winds ESE at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 50%. Winds could occasionally gust over 40 mph.

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Heavy, sporadic gunfire heard in Republic of Congo capital
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo – 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 neighbourhoods of Brazzaville.

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Tour promoting 'revolution of moral values' opens in Raleigh
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A 15-state tour promoting a “revolution of moral values” in politics is holding its first revival at a synagogue in Raleigh. The meeting will be held Monday at Temple Beth Or. It’s led by an outspoken North Carolina minister who has challenged conservative state lawmakers....

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Pakistan attack: How the Christian minority lives
Pastor Shakeel Anjum, who leads the Children's Chapel Church, just buried six members of his congregation in one day. They were killed in the in Lahore on Easter Sunday. bombing of an amusement park A ruthless Taliban splinter group that vows to attack soft targets claimed responsibility for the attack and said that it was targeting Christians.

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Kericho, Bomet, Nyeri Residents Hold Prayers for DP William Ruto and Sang
Kericho and Bomet residents on Saturday held inter-denominational prayers for Deputy President William Ruto and Mr Joshua arap Sang ahead of a crucial ruling by the International Criminal Court on Tuesday. The elderly and the youth attended the prayers, led by Pastor Wesley Cheruiyot.

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Gunfire heard in Republic of Congo’s capital
Updated 33 minutes 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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Assailants kill two sons of Calabar cleric
Two sons of the presiding pastor of the Independent Baptist Church in Calabar, Rev. Nicholas Wayih, have been killed by gunmen. The two sons identified as Archibong and Ekpenyong were said to have had a prolonged struggle with the armed men before they were gunned down.

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Have faith in God, be prayerful and grateful - Adeboye tells Nigerians
The General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has urged Nigerians to have faith in God, be prayerful and grateful. Pastor Adeboye spoke yesterday at the Special Prayer and Thanksgiving service for Landlords and Tenants by the RCCG, National Headquarters, Throne of Grace Parish, Ebute-Metta, Lagos.

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Heavy, sporadic gunfire heard in Republic of Congo capital
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo 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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Tour promoting 'revolution of moral values' opens in Raleigh
A 15-state tour promoting a "revolution of moral values" in politics is holding its first revival at a synagogue in Raleigh. The meeting will be held Monday at Temple Beth Or. It's led by an outspoken North Carolina minister who has challenged conservative state lawmakers through the "Moral Monday"....

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Heavy, sporadic gunfire heard in Republic of Congo capital
The gunfire tapered off at times and was contained in the southern Bacongo and Makelekele neighborhoods of Brazzaville. Police are fighting with militiamen known as the Ninjas, said a government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not permitted to speak to the media on the matter.

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Permalink to Omusati pastor leases mahangu field to Chinese
Omakuku. Reverend Josef Shikuma, a pastor at Eheke Lutheran Church in Omusati Region, caused consternation after he allegedly leased out his communal land at Omakuku village to Chinese nationals. New Era visited the area last week and found the Chinese cultivating vegetables and maize on the land, using water from the nearby NamWater canal.

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Heavy, Sporadic Gunfire Heard in Republic of Congo Capital
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 Police are fighting with militiamen known as the....

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Children's Choir Wows German Audience
A children's choir from Uganda makes a stopover in Bonn for the German leg of their 'Oh What Love' European tour. The church-based choir has been performing for over 10 years. Huddled in the corridor, the Ugandan children looked excited as they were about to go on stage.

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Heavy, sporadic gunfire heard in Republic of Congo capital
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo - 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 neighbourhoods of Brazzaville.

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Heavy, sporadic gunfire heard in Republic of Congo capital
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 7 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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The Rivers State Police Command has attributed the death of a cleric, Pastor Geoffrey Ogagaghene, and six other persons to Thursday’s raid of Ohali-Elu town in Ogba/Egbema area of Rivers State by a group of armed men suspected to be herdsmen. The command disagreed with reports that 16 persons were....

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MY HELPER IS MY RIGHT HAND WOMAN
Sir, Those of us in sub-Saharan Africa are truly blessed in that we have helpers to assist us not only with the housework but even with our children, at very affordable prices. It was the helper who taught me to read the Bible in Zulu, for when I was growing up, there was no siSwati Bible.

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Braithwaite was a detribalized Nigerian – Ben Obi
Sen. High Chief (Dr.) Ben Ndi Obi, CON.FNIPR, has described the late Dr. Tunji Braithwaite as a political field Marshall, a progressive and a non tribal Nigerian. He said this in a tribute to the late politician’s wife, Dr. Mrs Grace Braithwaite on Sunday “I received the news about the demise of Dr.

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Brathwaite's four sixes seal glorious Windies triumph
KOLKATA Carlos Brathwaite 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 World Twenty20 final on Sunday. West Indies captain Darren Sammy and his rag-tag....

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Brilliant Brathwaite powers Windies to second World T20 title
West Indies' Carlos Brathwaite smashed England's Ben Stokes for four successive sixes to snatch a sensational four-wicket win in the World Twenty20 final as the Caribbean side became the first team to win the title twice. It is also the first time both the men's and women's teams from any country....

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