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Campbell: March to Calvary demonstrates hope and inspiration
Grand Bahama Christian Council (GBCC) president, Rev. Peter Pinder, on Friday, March 25, 2016 (Good Friday) joined clergymen throughout West Grand Bahama during the Annual ‘March to Calvary’ Parade, which symbolically recognises the crucifixion, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

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Capitol Shooting Suspect Was Committed In 2005
Copyright 2016 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. NASHVILLE, Tenn. - An Antioch man, whom police said displayed what appeared to be a weapon at the U.S. Capitol Monday afternoon, was committed to a mental health institute more than 10 years ago.

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Supporters of religious exemption bill say debate isn't over
Conservative groups said Tuesday that Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal turned his back on people of faith by vetoing a "religious freedom" bill and vowed to press the issue in coming years. "This is not the end of this fight," said Virginia Galloway, who represents the Faith and Freedom Coalition in Georgia.

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Missouri's religious liberty bill could cost millions in economic activity, commission warns
A proposed religious liberty bill in Missouri could end up costing the state more than $50 million annually in lost business and revenue, according to the Kansas City Sports Commission. The bill — a proposed constitutional amendment that has already passed the state Senate — would protect religious....

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Supporters of Religious Exemption Bill Say Debate Isn't Over
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal speaks during a news conference as he announces he has vetoed legislation allowing clergy to refuse performing gay marriage and protecting people who refuse to attend the ceremonies Monday, March 28, 2016, in Atlanta. The Republican rejected the bill on Monday, saying "I....

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Uganda: 2 US missionaries, 1 Ugandan pastor killed in crash
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A police spokesman says two U.S. missionaries and a Ugandan pastor have been killed in a motor accident outside the capital, Kampala. Patrick Onyango, a spokesman for Kampala police, said Americans Ed Pohlreich and Scott Volz sustained serious injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a ditch.

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Be patient with Buhari, cleric urges Nigerians
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, reports ETOP EKANEM. Pastor George who spoke during the church’s seventh anniversary, with....

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Get ready for more state-level showdowns over LGBT rights
The two states are the latest battlegrounds in what is becoming a state-by-state fight between liberals and conservatives over who can be granted — or denied — protections related to housing, employment and even access to public bathrooms. The conflict has only grown since the U.S.

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Will This New Book Change the National Debate on Poverty?
In the spring of 2008, a graduate student named Matthew Desmond began renting out a trailer in a mobile-home park on the south side of Milwaukee. Like much of the south side, the park’s population was predominantly poor and white, with an outsize number of its residents addicted to drugs or working as prostitutes.

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Why Catholic Church suspends engagement with CAN
Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Yola, Reverend Father Stephen Dami Mamza, has chided the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, for deviating from the original mission of the body. The Catholic Bishop who reiterated during the Easter celebration came out clear on why Catholics have chosen not to identify themselves with CAN.

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St. Catherine of Siena sparkles at 'Starry Night Gala'
Organizers for St. Catherine of Siena School's "Starry Night Gala" took their mission seriously on Saturday (March 19). Everywhere partygoers looked in The Cannery, there were glowing white lights, candlelight and glittering accents, including star-shaped luminaries.

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Uganda: 2 US missionaries, 1 Ugandan pastor killed in crash
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) " A police spokesman says two U.S. missionaries and a Ugandan pastor have been killed in a motor accident outside the capital, Kampala. Patrick Onyango, a spokesman for Kampala police, said Americans Ed Pohlreich and Scott Volz sustained serious injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a ditch.

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Uganda: 2 US missionaries, 1 Ugandan pastor killed in crash
KAMPALA, Uganda — A police spokesman says two U.S. missionaries and a Ugandan pastor have been killed in a motor accident outside the capital, Kampala. Patrick Onyango, a spokesman for Kampala police, said Americans Ed Pohlreich and Scott Volz sustained serious injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a ditch.

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Police: Man tried to break into, rob church in Gainesville
A north Georgia man has been jailed for allegedly attempting to rob a Gainesville church after an evening service, authorities said. Jason Travis Estep, 37, of Toccoa is accused of first-degree burglary, vandalism and misdemeanor obstruction of an officer, the Hall County Sheriff’s Office said....

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Uganda: 2 US missionaries, 1 Ugandan pastor killed in crash
Patrick Onyango, a spokesman for Kampala police, said Americans Ed Pohlreich and Scott Volz sustained serious injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a ditch. He said the Ugandan preacher, Stephen Kaweesa, was also killed in the crash. The three men were rushed to a local clinic where they died on Monday.

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Uganda: 2 US missionaries, 1 Ugandan pastor killed in crash
A police spokesman says two U.S. missionaries and a Ugandan pastor have been killed in a motor accident outside the capital, Kampala. Patrick Onyango, a spokesman for Kampala police, said Americans Ed Pohlreich and Scott Volz sustained serious injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a ditch.

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WITCHCRAFT RAMPANT IN CHURCH.... Senior members accused of using...
.... Senior members accused of using obeah to starve women of blessings. A group of women claim that senior church members in a Corporate Area church are 'killing' them with obeah and they are in dire need of assistance. "We are the victims and we are crying out because it's going too far now.

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Uganda: 2 US Missionaries, 1 Ugandan Pastor Killed in Crash
A police spokesman says two U.S. missionaries and a Ugandan pastor have been killed in a motor accident outside the capital, Kampala. Patrick Onyango, a spokesman for Kampala police, said Americans Ed Pohlreich and Scott Volz sustained serious injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a ditch.

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Uganda: 2 US missionaries, 1 Ugandan pastor killed in crash
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A police spokesman says two U.S. missionaries and a Ugandan pastor have been killed in a motor accident outside the capital, Kampala. Patrick Onyango, a spokesman for Kampala police, said Americans Ed Pohlreich and Scott Volz sustained serious injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a ditch.

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Uganda: 2 US missionaries, 1 Ugandan pastor killed in crash
Patrick Onyango, a spokesman for Kampala police, said Americans Ed Pohlreich and Scott Volz sustained serious injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a ditch. He said the Ugandan preacher, Stephen Kaweesa, was also killed in the crash. The three men were rushed to a local clinic where they died on Monday.

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ANGUILLA’S PARLIAMENT SADDENED BY BOMBINGS IN BRUSSELS
The Anguilla House of Assembly, meeting to discuss a number of national matters on Tuesday, March 22, paused to observe a minute silence as a tribute to the many victims who were killed or injured in suicide bombings in Brussels earlier that day. The deadly explosions, set off by terrorists, were at....

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ARGUS COMMENT: ‘Dregs’ stole from blaze-hit church
THERE are some people in our society who are, quite rightly, despised by all the rest of us trying to make our way in the world, people who live here but are no part of the community in any sense. People like those who looted a fire-damaged church and helped themselves to what remained inside, including food used to help sustain the homeless.

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Gay rights battles in Georgia, N. Carolina reflect unfinished legacy of Supreme Court decision
Under pressure from the entertainment industry and major corporations, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday vetoed a “religious liberty” bill that would have made it legal to deny services to gay people. His decision stands in sharp contrast to the situation in North Carolina, where Gov.

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Gay rights battles in Georgia, N. Carolina reflect unfinished legacy of Supreme Court decision
Under pressure from the entertainment industry and major corporations, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday vetoed a “religious liberty” bill that would have made it legal to deny services to gay people. His decision stands in sharp contrast to the situation in North Carolina, where Gov.

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She needs prayers, Look at these PHOTOs of Pastor KANYARI’s daughter, SCARLET.
Tuesday, 29 March 2016 - Wahu Scarlet, the spoilt daughter of controversial preacher, Victor Kanyari of Salvation Healing Ministry, has been sent by the devil to lead men to temptation by exposing her yummy flesh to anyone who cares to see. See her latest photos that are driving men crazy.

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The Men Who Gave Trump His Brutal Worldview
Fred Trump was a fiercely ambitious man who worked seven days a week and devoted few waking hours to his role as a parent. Although he pushed his son Donald to prevail in every arena—to be a "killer" and a "king"—Fred didn’t actually tell the young man how to achieve this destiny.

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