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We have to be serious as a nation
A couple of days ago, I wrote a piece about Pastor Otabil’s ‘national security threat’ saga. As usual, I expected those who in a million years will never share my sentiments to go berserk. Of course, they did not disappoint me, and I was not in the least surprised.

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Buhari’s budget padding unmasks corruption in a potential Akufo-Addo gov’t - Part 1
GENERAL OBSERVATIONS: WHY FÜHRER AKUFO-ADDO IS NOT BUHARI No one could ever have thought that political corruption `will dare stare Muhammadu Buhari, the public visage of Nigeria’s anticorruption crusade, in the face. Nigerians voted en masse for Buhari on a positive campaign of neutralizing the....

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Clinton emphasizing gun laws ahead of South Carolina primary
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. - Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton had South Carolina mostly to herself two days before the first-in-the-South primary, and she tried to used it to capitalize on her advantage over Bernie Sanders with black voters.

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Nation & World
Needing desperately to take down Donald Trump, a flame-throwing Marco Rubio and an intense, unyielding Ted Cruz blasted away at the Republican front-runner in their final debate in Houston before 11 states cast crucial votes on Super Tuesday. An employee armed with a long gun and a handgun went on....

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Celebrated Nigerian pastor condemned to die by Supreme Court
"The ‎facts of the case could have been lifted from a horror film," read the ruling delivered by Justice Sylvester Ngwuta. “This appeal has no merit. The judgement of the court of appeal is hereby affirmed. The prison sentence that was earlier handed to the appellant is no longer relevant in view of....

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True Confession: I slept with my husband’s brother, still cannot forgive myself
It’s been one year since it happened, yet, I still can’t sleep or eat peacefully and I keep having this fretful attack, day and night. I have been crying and praying to God for forgiveness because I am depressed. I love my husband so much and I couldn’t bear to hurt him, I still cannot explain why I cheated on him with his own brother.

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No party for old white men: Bernie’s race and gender is a liability in the Democratic primary
The Democratic Party is the overwhelming party of choice for minorities; blacks, LGBT, women, the disabled, the poor, the working class, and organized labor. It is the party most people of color see themselves reflected in political This diversity, is precisely why Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic Party’s nominee for president in 2016.

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Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP plans celebration
Updated 10 hours ago WESTMORELAND COUNTY. GREENSBURG. NAACP plans Black History Month event. A Black History Month celebration will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Greater Parkview Church in partnership with the Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP. The theme is “Blazing the Way from Our Past to Our Future.

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Michigan Service stresses love for Kalamazoo shooting victims Service stresses love for Kalamazoo shooting victims Pastor seeks prayers for the 6 dead and 2 wounded as well as forgiveness for alleged shooter and his family. Michigan 4 minutes ago Michigan
At a service commemorating the victims and survivors of the Kalamazoo shootings, the Battle Creek community remembered their names one by one, by the light of a candle: Mary Jo Nye, Richard Smith, Barbara Hawthorne, Judy Brown, Mary Nye, Tyler Smith, Tiana Carruthers and Abigail Kopf.

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Religion calendar, Feb. 26-March 4, 2016
To submit items for this calendar, visit news-gazette.com/living and click "Add an event" under the miniature calendar on the page. You must be logged in, then fill in the appropriate fields and submit. Deadline is noon Tuesday before Friday publication. Events. World Day of Prayer. 9:30 to 11 a.m. March 4, First Presbyterian Church, 602 W.

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Pastor in China Who Resisted Cross Removal Gets 14 Years in Prison
BEIJING — A court in southeastern China has sentenced a Protestant pastor to 14 years in prison and his wife to 12 years after convicting them of corruption, financial crimes and gathering people to disturb social order, an official provincial newspaper reported on Friday.

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Religious Fathers Call Upon Govt, Public to Uphold Peace Values
The religious leaders have called for the Premier to further strengthen activities towards ensuring good governance and peace in the country. Leaders of various religious institutions called upon the government and the public to uphold peace values, tolerance and culture of peaceful coexistence....

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Asda backtracks on food bank removal decision following public disapproval
Last week, Asda said it would withdraw unmanned collection points from stores including Stowmarket, where the local food bank feared donations could plummet 25%. Asda made the decision following a review of it’s community programme. However, following negative public response, the firm announced it....

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Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP plans celebration
Updated 8 hours ago WESTMORELAND COUNTY. GREENSBURG. NAACP plans Black History Month event. A Black History Month celebration will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Greater Parkview Church in partnership with the Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP. The theme is “Blazing the Way from Our Past to Our Future.

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Wife exposes husband who attempted to sell their nine-month-old baby for N250,000
A certain Nigerian woman, Ijeoma Ndoku, married to a Liberian, one Daniel Barnney, recently raised the alarm over her husband’s plan to sell their nine-month-old son for N250, 000. Ndoku said her husband attempted to sell their son, Emmanuel, to a 43-year-old woman, Richard Ekah, last month and flee to Ghana afterwards.

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China state TV airs confession by vanished lawyer who represented Christian groups
BEIJING (Reuters) - A well-known Chinese rights lawyer has appeared on state television confessing to crimes after a months-long disappearance, the latest case in China's widening crackdown on dissent. Mr Zhang Kai had represented a group of Christians who were detained for suspected financial....

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No respite in Thailand for fleeing Pakistani Christians
Many Christians, including children, fleeing persecution in Pakistan are often detained in Thailand despite being UN-registered asylum seekers, according to BBC. One such victim is Pastor Joshua, from Lahore, who had to flee to Thailand after he was punished for converting from Islam to Christianity.

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Permalink to ‘Pastor Alape’ (FARC)
Felix Antonio Muñoz, a.ka. “Pastor Alape,” is one of seven members of the military command of the FARC, Colombia’s largest guerrilla force which has been engaged in peace talks with the government since 2012. He assumed this position after the death of military chief “Mono Jojoy” in 2010, the....

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Child-porn accused gets R100 000 fine
INDEPENDENT MEDIA File photo Johannesburg - A self-confessed paedophile father-of-two has been given a suspended sentence and a fine of R100 000, prompting outrage from the women and children’s organisation monitoring the case. The 40-year-old software developer was arrested last year as part of the....

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Child-porn accused gets R100 000 fine
INDEPENDENT MEDIA File photo Johannesburg - A self-confessed paedophile father-of-two has been given a suspended sentence and a fine of R100 000, prompting outrage from the women and children’s organisation monitoring the case. The 40-year-old software developer was arrested last year as part of the....

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China state TV airs confession by lawyer who helped Christian groups
BEIJING A well-known Chinese rights lawyer has appeared on state television confessing to crimes after a months-long disappearance, the latest case in China's widening crackdown on dissent. Zhang Kai had represented a group of Christians who were detained for suspected financial crimes last year after they resisted the demolition of crosses.

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Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP plans celebration
Updated 7 hours ago WESTMORELAND COUNTY. GREENSBURG. NAACP plans Black History Month event. A Black History Month celebration will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Greater Parkview Church in partnership with the Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP. The theme is “Blazing the Way from Our Past to Our Future.

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China state TV airs confession by lawyer who helped Christian groups
BEIJING A well-known Chinese rights lawyer has appeared on state television confessing to crimes after a months-long disappearance, the latest case in China's widening crackdown on dissent. Zhang Kai had represented a group of Christians who were detained for suspected financial crimes last year after they resisted the demolition of crosses.

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China state TV airs confession by lawyer who helped Christian groups
BEIJING (Reuters) - A well-known Chinese rights lawyer has appeared on state television confessing to crimes after a months-long disappearance, the latest case in China's widening crackdown on dissent. Zhang Kai had represented a group of Christians who were detained for suspected financial crimes....

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China state TV airs confession by lawyer who helped Christian groups
BEIJING: A well-known Chinese rights lawyer has appeared on state television confessing to crimes after a months-long disappearance, the latest case in China's widening crackdown on dissent. Zhang Kai had represented a group of Christians who were detained for suspected financial crimes last year after they resisted the demolition of crosses.

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China state TV airs confession by lawyer who helped Christian groups
BEIJING (Reuters) - A well-known Chinese rights lawyer has appeared on state television confessing to crimes after a months-long disappearance, the latest case in China's widening crackdown on dissent. Zhang Kai had represented a group of Christians who were detained for suspected financial crimes....

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