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Jury Acquits Baltimore Pastor Charged in Gray Protests
A jury has acquitted a Baltimore pastor of charges stemming from a protest during a hearing for six officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray. An attorney for the Rev. Westley West tells The Baltimore Sun ( http://bsun.md/1RnYyBI ) that jurors found West not guilty Wednesday of....

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Jury acquits Baltimore pastor charged in Gray protests
BALTIMORE (AP) — A jury has acquitted a Baltimore pastor of charges stemming from a protest during a hearing for six officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray. An attorney for the Rev. Westley West tells The Baltimore Sun (http://bsun.md/1RnYyBI ) that jurors found West not guilty....

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Meetings at the National Palace around the CEP and the new PM
This Wednesday, February 24 at 9:00 am at the National Palace, the President a.i. Jocelerme Privert will host two important meetings: one with the sectors represented in the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) and the other with the Presidents of both Houses of Parliament about the appointment of a new Prime Minister.

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Parishioners to honor longtime pastor of Sharpsburg’s Mt. Olive Baptist Church
Updated 3 hours ago It's fitting that the Rev. Curtis Jones' favorite hymn is the popular “Blessed Assurance.” Lyrics to the tune, penned in 1873, include the refrain “This is my story; this is my song, praising my savior all the day long.” Jones walks the faith too, according to his parishioners at Mt.

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South Sudan Leprosy Camp Finally Gets Aid
. VoA Thursday 25th February, 2016 BOR, SOUTH SUDAN - The U.S.-based World Outreach Ministry Foundation has distributed thousands of relief items to South Sudanese living in a leprosy isolation camp in Bor County's Malek Village, located in Jonglei state.

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Pastor Vying For Council Seat Acquitted On Charges Stemming From Protest
BALTIMORE (WJZ)–A Baltimore pastor running for city council is acquitted on charges stemming from a protest during hearings in the Freddie Gray case. Westley West is found not guilty on charges of disturbing the peace and failure to obey law enforcement. He was previously also charged with inciting riots, destruction of property and other charges.

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Check Out The Top 10 Funny Baby Videos Of 2015
Although details of his arrest are still sketchy, a source told us that Secondus was arrested yesterday over allegations of money used to buy some ... An Aide de Camp (ADC) to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Ojogbane Adegbe, has dragged the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to court to challenge .

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The Rev. Westley West acquitted of charges stemming from protest
The Rev. Westley West, a Baltimore pastor running for City Council, was acquitted on Wednesday of charges stemming from a protest during a court hearing for the officers charged in the case in September. Freddie Gray Jurors found West, 27, not guilty of disturbance of the peace and failure to obey law enforcement, said his attorney Donald Wright.

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How Ted Cruz Lost the Evangelical Vote
In South Carolina’s evangelical-dominated Republican primary on Saturday, Donald Trump won 33 percent of the evangelical vote. In Tuesday’s Nevada primary, Trump upped the ante, claiming 40 percent of evangelical votes. And while it was jarring in both cases to see a win over such a sizable....

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South Sudan Leprosy Camp Finally Gets Aid
BOR, SOUTH SUDAN— The U.S.-based World Outreach Ministry Foundation has distributed thousands of relief items to South Sudanese living in a leprosy isolation camp in Bor County’s Malek Village, located in Jonglei state. The 150 patients at the camp say for the past two years they have received no....

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LGBT Aimlessness -- Victory Blindness, AWOL Leadership, and Trans Panic
Over the past month I've been writing about the crisis facing the American LGBTQ movement as some newer voices, in the name of intersectionality, are beginning to divert the agenda into the realm of Middle East geopolitics colored by anti-Semitism. But as prejudice grows within the grassroots,....

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‘Our dreams go beyond black and white’
Picture: Oupa Mokoena/Pretoria News Pretoria – Chants of “Bind us together Lord” echoed near the closed main entrance of the University of Pretoria on Wednesday as hundreds of students of different races gathered for an afternoon prayer session. The large group of around 400 students broke into....

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Parishioners to honor longtime pastor of Sharpsburg’s Mt. Olive Baptist Church
Updated 35 minutes ago It's fitting that the Rev. Curtis Jones' favorite hymn is the popular “Blessed Assurance.” Lyrics to the tune, penned in 1873, include the refrain “This is my story; this is my song, praising my savior all the day long.” Jones walks the faith too, according to his parishioners at Mt.

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Republican Jesus?
For several months I managed to avoid the Republican debates with their requisite mud-slinging, posturing, and outright lying. Why expose myself to it? A little more umbrage with your coffee, Madam? No thank you, I'll just have a little cream. What came over me this morning? I was reading a NY Times....

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A Community Regroups After Police Shooting
I loved this line best, from a remembrance of Sgt. Jason Goodding: "He didn't just respond to a burglary call, he stayed until the homeowner felt safe." And as we learned from his friends, fellow officers and family members who joined in the salute, Goodding responded to everyone with compassion,....

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When Religious Leaders Fight for Social Justice
Lagos, Nigeria is perhaps an unlikely location to be re-inspired by American history and the great men and women who have shaped it. During my recent trip, however, I was reminded just how powerfully Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy continues to resonate around the world and embolden others to....

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Jamaican pastor charged in connection with lottery scam
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Wednesday February 24, 2016 – A pastor appeared in court yesterday faced with a charge related to an alleged lottery scam. Tariq Mahabeir, a pastor from the western parish of Westmoreland, is accused of breaching the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transaction) (Special Provision) Act.

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Valentine's Day in an Uber
I drove at least a dozen couples to and from their happy festivities this Valentine's Day; some slightly inebriated but all on an upbeat swing in their lives. They were mostly young but a sprinkling of middle-aged couples puts a fine point on the human need for companionship and intimacy. Heart shapes are everywhere.

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Mercedes 'yet to show their hand'
Nico Rosberg has completed 246 laps in one-and-a-half days of testing. Nico Rosberg has admitted his Mercedes team had not shown their hand so far in pre-season testing in Barcelona. The German and team-mate Lewis Hamilton have done more laps than anyone but not come close to setting the fastest times on any of the days so far.

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Elections Clinton, Sanders have different challenges to land black votes in S.C. Clinton, Sanders have different challenges to land black votes in S.C. Sanders has the support of 28% of black voters in South Carolina, according to a CNN/ORC International
GREENVILLE, S.C. — A few hours before he rallied 5,205 people in the Bon Secours Wellness Arena on Sunday evening, Bernie Sanders made a stop at the Brookland Baptist Church buffet in West Columbia. President Obama had stopped at Brookland Baptist, a predominantly black church, during his campaign....

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CAN Presidency is rotational –Ecumenical Center’s Chaplain
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has denied any controversy in the election of its new President when the tenure of the incumbent Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor ends in July. Newly appointed National Coordinating Chaplain for the National Christian Centre Abuja Dr.

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Great show of support for new bishop at ceremony
Former management consultant Rev Dr Canon Mike Harrison, 52, became the Bishop of Dunwich in the St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocese in front of a large number of fellow bishops and more than 1,000 people in the congregation. Bishop Mike and his family spent the night before in Lambeth Palace as....

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Ocean City Approves Church’s Plans After Fatal 2013 Fire
OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) — Ocean City officials have approved a church’s plan to rebuild after a 2013 fire destroyed the rectory and killed the church’s pastor and the man who authorities say started the fire. Town Communications Manager Jessica Waters confirmed to The Daily Times of Salisbury this week....

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St. Louis Archbishop Attacks Moral Values of Girl Scouts
Spare a thought for the Catholics of St Louis, Missouri, weighed down as they are with ponderous spiritual matters. On top of such weighty issues as the Pope’s recent call for an end to the death penalty – a popular pastime in Missouri – they must now wrestle with a new moral conundrum: Girl Scout cookies.

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Religion news
Rose Hamid, president of Muslim Women of the Carolinas, will talk about Islam and how people of the Islamic and Christian faiths can live together peacefully. Hamid will welcome questions from the audience. 6:30 p.m. March 2 in the youth ministry center. 6800 Sardis Road. Join us for dinner and programs on various topics.

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Bishop Neil Ellis and Global United Fellowship to convene historic summit at the United Nations
Bishop Neil C. Ellis, and the Global United Fellowship, in conjunction with the Permanent Mission of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas and the Eng Aja Eze Foundation, will host an historic summit at the United Nations headquarters in New York City. The summit will offer a balanced presentation of....

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