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Man who shot Colorado deputies ranted against government
By DONNA BRYSON and MATT VOLZ Associated Press. BAILEY, Colo. (AP) - A man who spent years fighting the foreclosure of his Colorado home and ranted online about police and corporate corruption shot three law enforcement officers trying to serve an eviction notice Wednesday, killing one and wounding the others, authorities said.

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To rebuild trust, Chicago police recruit more minorities
By JASON KEYSER Associated Press. CHICAGO (AP) - A campaign to increase diversity in the ranks of the Chicago Police Department has resulted in a 13 percentage point jump in minority applicants, the department said in an announcement emphasizing its efforts to restore frayed trust with the black community.

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Yemi Itodo: Agatu – Buhari, Ortom, Military should wake up to their responsibilities
The primary aim of forming the government as enshrined in section 14 (2) is to protect the lives and properties of its citizens. Provisions of infrastructures and other social amenities is secondary. Also, the law establishing the Nigerian Army is to protect and defend the Nigerian integrity against....

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Iran arrests father of Baquer Namaz, imprisoned American businessman
Six weeks after freeing U.S. citizens in a prisoner swap with the United States , Iran appears to have arrested yet another man whom Washington may take an interest in seeing freed. Baquer Namazi, 80, is the father of American businessman Siamak Namazi, who was detained in October and was not part of last month's exchange.

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N.C. Labor Commissioner: Former Raleigh mayor, Greensboro minister vie to replace Cherie Berry
The incumbent Republican Cherie Berry has no primary opposition in her bid for a fifth term as N.C. labor commissioner. The challengers Mazie Ferguson, a Greensboro minister who has worked on behalf of the poor and disadvantaged, is running against former Raleigh Mayor Charles Meeker for the Democratic nomination to oppose Berry in November.

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YEARS AGO
. Today is Thursday, Feb. 25, the 56th day of 2016. There are 310 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED PRESS. On this date in: 1836: Inventor Samuel Colt patents his revolver. 1913: The 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, giving Congress the power to levy and collect income taxes, is declared in effect by Secretary of State Philander Chase Knox.

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Support Efforts To Rebuild Economy With Prayers, Ambode Urges Christians
Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Thursday urged Christians to continue to pray for the country and support ongoing efforts of the Federal Government to rebuild the economy. Ambode said this at the opening and dedication of Bishop’s Court, the secretariat of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) in Lagos.

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The least of these
“SOMETIMES I wonder,” said Doug Long, shivering among the demonstrators in Raleigh, North Carolina, on February 13th, “whether everyone who defines themselves as Christian really believes in the same God.” As a rabbi sharing the interfaith stage blew a shofer , and a protest group called the Raging....

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Shooting outside Birmingham church injures 1
A statement by pastor Matt Lacey of the Church of the Reconciler says an argument broke out Wednesday between two men who were eating breakfast at the church, which is part of the United Methodist denomination. Subscription Required. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety.

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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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Who's Helping You Live the Dream?
Have you ever had a person in your life who saw your inner beauty, your soul radiance? I have. One of the first times this happened, was when I lived in Hong Kong. I was in my early 20s, struggling to find my way as an adult, and 10,000 miles from my family, friends and culture. I admit it, I was lonely and scared.

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Woman engage police to save children she claim are being brainwashed by church
A DISTRAUGHT mother has called on the police to help save her children from a church she claims is brainwashing them, New Era reports. Daily Sun reported that Velonika Kautotwa, a Walvis Bay resident, alleged that her two teenage boys had been indoctrinated to such an extent that they had even changed their names in accordance with the church.

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Meet Olajumoke's Mother & Mother-In-Law (Photos & Details)
Anybody can make it big, it's all about time and chance... Mrs Ramota Kamorudeen, a vegetable seller at Obada market in Iree, Boripe area of Osun State, is the mother of Olajumoke Orisagunna, a bread seller in Lagos who recently shot to fame courtesy of ace singer and photographer, T. Y. Bello.

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The wonderfully weird world of Italy’s church supplies expo
In 1993, a brilliant idea to streamline churchgoing for professionals made its international debut at Italy’s church supplies expo: a confession box to which your sins could be faxed. “A space-age telephone booth,” one reverend raged to the Catholic Herald .

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Woman engage police to save children she claim are being brainwashed by church
A DISTRAUGHT mother has called on the police to help save her children from a church she claims is brainwashing them, New Era reports. Daily Sun reported that Velonika Kautotwa, a Walvis Bay resident, alleged that her two teenage boys had been indoctrinated to such an extent that they had even changed their names in accordance with the church.

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Woman's tablet fundraising drive buys house for poverty-stricken family in Africa
A grandmother whose kitchen skills saw her raise enough money to put a permanent roof over the heads of a poverty-stricken family in Africa has admitted she is "gobsmacked" by the achievement. When Margaret Bayne heard a homeless woman and her four children had been squatting on a beach in Kenya for....

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Who was Tim Bosma? His friends remember
As week four gets underway at the trial into Tim Bosma's killing, the Crown is expected to continue its slow build against the co-accused, presenting more forensic evidence in painstaking detail. The court case, at times has become so graphic, some may be tempted to simply tune out of the news coverage.

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Beer-brewing pastor spreads Ga. craft
Craft beer makers who have shaken up the alcohol industry in Georgia really do come from all walks of life. But He’s an evangelical pastor and a co-founder and chief executive of Woodstock-based Reformation Brewery. His crew produced 1,600 barrels of beer last year and expects to nearly double its output this year.

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Spain's economy grows by 3.2 pct in 2015
MADRID, Feb. 25 (Xinhua) -- Spain's economy grew by 3.2 percent in 2015, according to data published on Thursday by Spain's Statistical Office (INE). The figure was the highest since 2007, thanks to a better performance of consumption and investment that showed rises of 3 percent and 6.4 percent respectively on a year-on-year basis.

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Spain's economy grows by 3.2 pct in 2015
MADRID, Feb. 25 (Xinhua) -- Spain 's economy grew by 3.2 percent in 2015, according to data published on Thursday by Spain's Statistical Office (INE). The figure was the highest since 2007, thanks to a better performance of consumption and investment that showed rises of 3 percent and 6.4 percent respectively on a year-on-year basis.

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Case vs mining protesters filed
SANTA CRUZ, Zambales: Police filed charges of obstruction and illegal assembly against eight anti-mining protesters allegedly involved in the barricade that prevented dump trucks of Zambales Diversified Mining Corporation (ZDMC) from hauling nickel ore from the mine site to the port last month.

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Home sweet home: woman's tablet fundraising drive buys house for poverty-stricken family in Africa
A grandmother whose kitchen skills saw her raise enough money to put a permanent roof over the heads of a poverty-stricken family in Africa has admitted she is "gobsmacked" by the achievement. When Margaret Bayne heard a homeless woman and her four children had been squatting on a beach in Kenya for....

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Emily Maynard’s love life is now quite literally an open book
Oh dear. Look who’s back. Again. It’s that poor, misguided young woman from those stupid reality dating shows. You know: The one who got engaged on national TV – twice – and wound up dumping the guy. Twice. Does she really deserve yet another 15 minutes of fame? Does she truly have anything new to say? Emily Maynard isn’t naive.

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The wonderfully weird world of Italy's international church supplies expo
In 1993, a brilliant idea to streamline churchgoing for professionals made its international debut at Italy’s church supplies expo: a confession box to which your sins could be faxed. “A space-age telephone booth,” one reverend raged to the Catholic Herald .

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We like the North End and want to stay, residents tell social housing agency
A new CityHousing Hamilton survey shows the majority of tenants at 500 MacNab and Jamesville like the North End and want to stay there. Chad Collins, president of CityHousing Hamilton says, the agency is committed to doing that. (Samantha Craggs/CBC) Residents of two major housing complexes are....

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Why M7 Floored Mbabazi, Besigye
The report was compiled by the NRM Buganda task force. It is signed by their secretary Patrick Nakabaale. The report suggests that Mbabazi and Besigye lost out of the race because they lacked structures in addition to concentrating on town votes yet Museveni went deep in the villages.

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