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Mourners pack church service for Chase Martens [Photos]
MACGREGOR There is an inherent need in humans to want to reach out their hand, project out their voice or heart, and do what they can, however little, to find the route to solace for those in pain. That journey, of course, is not for others to dictate; it is the burden of those who find themselves....

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Rullion Capacity Builders graduates students
Vocational skills trainers, Rullion Capacity Builders, recently held its 10th graduation ceremony for participants of its skills acquisition programme in Lagos. The three-week intensive programme included courses in cake baking and decoration, events planning/management/decoration, slippers, sandals and bag making and photography among others.

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Flint struggles following lead water crisis
FLINT, Mich. (AP) Shortly before this poverty-stricken city began drawing its drinking water from a local river in a cost-cutting move nearly two years ago, officials huddled at the municipal water treatment plant, running through a checklist of final preparations.

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Aspirants scramble to succeed Oshiomhole
The battle as to who succeeds Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State, come November 2016 has not only tear the State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress apart, the party has been polarized along interests and primordial sentiment while the long existed enviable and unprecedented cordial....

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THE BATTLE FOR EDO: The high stake game
By Emmanuel Aziken, Political Editor. The forthcoming governorship election in Edo State is a make or mar election for the different political tendencies in the state. The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP which lost control of the state in 2008 vide the courts is seemingly desperate to regain control....

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Empowerment for 380 IDPs
By Morenike Taire. MISFORTUNE yet fortunate; devastated and rendered homeless but comforted. These are some of the words one can use to describe the victims of the North-East terrorist attack (Boko Haram) some of which have now relocated to Uhogua Internally Displaced Persons Camp, International Christian Center Mission, Edo State.

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Iowa Football PODCAST: 'Hawk Central' talks Hutton's transfer, NCAA's Ott delay PODCAST: 'Hawk Central' talks Hutton's transfer, NCAA's Ott delay We don't put the brakes on Iowa sports news this episode. Iowa Football 5 minutes ago News Group steps in to
We don't put the brakes on Iowa sports news this episode. Brandon Hutton has transferred, and Chad Leistikow and Ross Peterson discuss the basketball impact. Plus, we discuss the ever-lengthening Drew Ott eligibility drama and dive into the spring football depth chart. Take a listen to the latest "Hawk Central" episode below.

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Be patient with Buhari, cleric urges Nigerians
By Etop Ekanem. A cleric, Pastor Amanze George of God’s Own Covenant Mission for All Nations, Okota, Lagos has asked Nigerians, faced with current economic hardship, to be patient with the Muhammadu Buhari administration in the face of the current economic hardship in the country.

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Corrosion Mystery Solved, but Flint's Struggles Continue
Shortly before this poverty-stricken city began drawing its drinking water from a local river in a cost-cutting move nearly two years ago, officials huddled at the municipal water treatment plant, running through a checklist of final preparations. Mike Glasgow, a plant supervisor at the time, says....

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Corrosion mystery solved, but Flint’s struggles continue
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Shortly before this poverty-stricken city began drawing its drinking water from a local river in a cost-cutting move nearly two years ago, officials huddled at the municipal water treatment plant, running through a checklist of final preparations.

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Protesters take to streets peacefully in Minneapolis after Jamar Clark decision
About 100 protesters who gathered Wednesday evening along the 1600 block of Plymouth Av. N, where Clark was shot, marched to the Government Center downtown, chanting “No justice, no peace. Prosecute the police.” More than a 100 other protesters who gathered in Elliot Park, just south of downtown,....

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Corrosion mystery solved, but Flint's struggles continue
Mike Glasgow, a plant supervisor at the time, says he asked a state water quality official at the meeting how often his staffers would need to check the water for proper levels of phosphate, a chemical added to prevent lead corrosion from pipes. The official, Mike Prysby of the Michigan Department....

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Corrosion mystery solved, but Flint's struggles continue
By JOHN FLESHER AP Environmental Writer. FLINT, Mich. (AP) - Shortly before this poverty-stricken city began drawing its drinking water from a local river in a cost-cutting move nearly two years ago, officials huddled at the municipal water treatment plant, running through a checklist of final preparations.

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Corrosion mystery solved, but Flint's struggles continue
FLINT, Michigan Shortly before this poverty-stricken city began drawing its drinking water from a local river in a cost-cutting move nearly two years ago, officials huddled at the municipal water treatment plant, running through a checklist of final preparations.

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Corrosion mystery solved, but Flint's struggles continue
Shortly before this poverty-stricken city began drawing its drinking water from a local river in a cost-cutting move nearly two years ago, officials huddled at the municipal water treatment plant, running through a checklist of final preparations. Mike Glasgow, a plant supervisor at the time, says....

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Corrosion mystery solved, but Flint's struggles continue
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Shortly before this poverty-stricken city began drawing its drinking water from a local river in a cost-cutting move nearly two years ago, officials huddled at the municipal water treatment plant, running through a checklist of final preparations.

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Corrosion mystery solved, but Flint's struggles continue
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Shortly before this poverty-stricken city began drawing its drinking water from a local river in a cost-cutting move nearly two years ago, officials huddled at the municipal water treatment plant, running through a checklist of final preparations.

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Parents of Manitoba toddler who drowned say he would want them to be happy, move on
MACGREGOR, Man. - The parents of a two-year-old boy who was found dead after wandering away from their rural Manitoba home held each other close as a tiny, white casket was carried out of a church on Wednesday. Chase Martens was last seen playing in the yard of his home near Austin last Tuesday, and a massive search followed.

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After Georgia veto of anti-gay bill, evangelical Christians feel betrayed
When Joshua McKoon learned that AT&T, Bank of America and hundreds of other companies had taken out a full-page newspaper advertisement to protest Georgia's "religious liberty" bill, the Republican state senator took to Twitter. "How grotesque," he wrote.

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Illinois Supreme Court to hear Drew Peterson appeal on '12 murder conviction
Illinois' highest court agreed Wednesday to hear an appeal in the case of Drew Peterson , who is asking the court to toss out his 2012 conviction in the notorious murder of his third wife. "It means that maybe someone's finally gonna listen," said Steven Greenberg, an attorney for Peterson.

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San Jose: Churches step up to house homeless vets
SAN JOSE -- In an ambitious plan to house 700 homeless veterans in the next two years, elected leaders Wednesday called on churches and other faith organizations to open their doors to those who served our country and live on the streets -- offering landlord incentives to the faith leaders if they help find a qualified unit.

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Grieving sister cries foul on Western Health long-term care policy
Roslynn West says she and her family are traumatized with the way Western Health treated her sister's possessions after she passed away at the long-term care home in Corner Brook. When West's sister Karen Norman died earlier this year, West went by her room at the home, where she found out she had 24 hours to clear the room of all Norman's things.

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Aide to Ala. governor resigns amid affair scandal
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley, at a news conference in Montgomery on march 23, 2016, admitted that he made inappropriate remarks to a top female staffer, but he denied accusations that he had a physical affair. A top political aide to Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley is resigning a week after he....

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Al Miller's defence team closes case at corruption trial
Attorneys for popular pastor the reverend Merrick ‘Al’ Miller today closed their case in his corruption trial before the Corporate Area Criminal Court. This now clears the way for closing arguments from prosecutors and defence attorneys before a verdict from Resident Magistrate Simone Wolfe-Reece.

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Emulate leadership quality of Sarduana, Balewa, others, cleric urges Buhari
By Usman Shuaibu. The president Muhammadu Buhari has been urged to emulate the leadership quality of our past heroes such as late Sarduana of Sokoto, late Tafawa Balewa, late Obafemi Awolowo and late General Mohammed Murtala among others who had contributed tremendously towards the progress of Nigeria.

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Miss. Senate approves concealed carry, guns in church
JACKSON, Miss. — The Senate on Tuesday passed the "Mississippi Church Protection Act" to allow armed security in churches, concealed carry without a permit and provide for attempts to nullify federal regulations and executive orders that would limit gun rights. There was much debate. Sen.

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