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Ferocious Fiji cyclone spreads panic
A POWERFUL category-five tropical cyclone, being described as the strongest on record in the southern hemisphere, is bearing down on Fiji’s outer islands with hurricane-force winds averaging 230km/h. The Fijian government has declared a State of Natural Disaster for 30 days beginning Saturday.

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Cruz, Rubio Battle to Best Trump in South Carolina
Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio mounted all-out efforts Friday to topple Donald Trump in the war for the Republican presidential nomination, seeking to steal support from the billionaire frontrunner in South Carolina -- and each other. The state holds its crucial Republican primary on Saturday,....

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Blind man sees clearly
Potent lyrics from a man who is blind, but doesn't consider himself to be. "They are not only rhyming words, but there is a message in the song, and when people listen to the song, knowing it's a blind person who did that record, it will have an impact on them," said Anthony Salmon.

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Pastor seeks election to council to address needs of city’s ‘human capital’
Saying that he would seek to ensure that the needs of the city’s “human capital” is met, Seventh-day Adventist Pastor Wendell Jeffrey has launched a bid to become representative for the Stabroek-Wortmanville/Werk-en-Rust constituency at the upcoming March 18 polls. “It is quite in place to clean drains and parapets and to rebuild broken edifices.

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Diversity is an 'expression of God's beauty'
Black History Month is a remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African Diaspora. It is celebrated annually in the United States and Canada in the month of February, while in the United Kingdom, it is held in the month of October.

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Cruz, Rubio battle to best Trump in South Carolina
CHARLESTON: Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio mounted all-out efforts to topple Donald Trump in the war for the Republican presidential nomination, seeking to steal support from the billionaire frontrunner in South Carolina – and each other. The state holds its crucial Republican primary on....

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Richard D. 'Butch' Bergert
CHEROKEE, Iowa | Richard D. "Butch" Bergert, 72, of Cherokee, passed away Friday, Feb. 19, 2016, at home after a struggle with pancreatic cancer. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Memorial Presbyterian Church in Cherokee, with Pastor Caleb Plumb officiating. According to his wishes, cremation will take place.

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GOP candidates get emotional on eve of South Carolina primary
Associated Press. MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. The Republican campaign for South Carolina turned deeply personal on the eve of today’s high-stakes presidential primary, as New York businessman Donald Trump eyed a delegate sweep and his Republican rivals jockeyed for a Southern surprise. Texas Sen.

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Pastor tells comrades to let the Man up above be their guide
Mandeville, Manchester: As thousands gathered in the town of Mandeville last Sunday (February 14) for the People's National Party mass rally, pastor of Three Baptist Church in Greenvale, Pastor Deveton Smith encouraged those present to rely first on the Creator, allowing Him to be their only guide.

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Esther Tyson - wife, mother, overcomer
When Esther Tyson signed on to forever seal her life with Rawle Tyson on December 29, 1979, she had already determined that she was in for the long haul. Married to a very busy pastor and businessman, while she, at the time, was vice-principal at the St Andrew High School for Girls, Esther had her hands full being a career woman and wife.

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Blind man sees clearly - "When God ready fi bless you, - bad mind cannot test you, prosperity soon arrest you, weapons that - formed shall not molest you."
Potent lyrics from a man who is blind, but doesn't consider himself to be. "They are not only rhyming words, but there is a message in the song, and when people listen to the song, knowing it's a blind person who did that record, it will have an impact on them," said Anthony Salmon.

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The Counties: Josephine Kabura:Village girl who made Sh791million from NYS in 3 months
Seven years ago, Josephine Kabura Irungu, 34, did not know that she would one day be fabulously rich. When she relocated to Nairobi from her rural Kiangiti village of Kiharu in Murang’a County to learn how to braid hair at her aunt’s salon, she would never have dreamt that fame and fortune awaited.

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Former Sunday school teacher accused of human trafficking released on bail
A former Sunday school teacher accused of sexually exploiting a 15-year-old girl has been released on bail. Matthew Valentini, 34, was released on a $15,000 bond Thursday. As part of his release conditions, he must reside with his parents in a small community north of Sharbot Lake and must be....

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Mtn ‘heroes Of Change’ Finals Tonight
Ten individuals engaged in an extraordinary charity activity in Ghana would tonight compete for a cash amount of GH₵100,000, courtesy MTN, at the finals of the 2015 edition of MTN “Heroes of Change”. The ten finalists were shortlisted from a list of over one thousand nominations received nationwide....

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The Difference Between Otabil’s Political Talk And Your Partisan Understand
There’s a thin line between clergy and politics. It’s very slim so much that a person can slip between both ends if he/she does no thread cautiously. In a polarised state such as Ghana, a religious leader like Otabil will have his cassock taken off and then donned in a certain party’s colours, in....

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How Do We Wrest Ghana From Incompetence, Dr. Mensa Otabil? 2
WHAT KIND OF REVOLUTION WAS DR. OTABIL TAKLING ABOUT? What the likes of Dr. Otabil also refuse to acknowledge is the idea that, unlike the ideological bluntness and political maturity of Marley, Tosh, or Fela, say, the state he criticizes if and when it suits his partisan political whims and....

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Detribalised Face Of Stealing By Tunde Fagbenle
In the last few months, each day we wake up to revelations upon revelations of huge amounts of public money that's been pilfered in the season of mindless orgy of looting that characterized the Jonathan government. It was truly a free-for-all bazaar! But, pointedly and interestingly, we all now can....

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Trump-Pope Spat Shines Spotlight on Republican Party's Minority Challenges
It's a high-stakes clash that could determine much more than South Carolina's Republican primary election on Saturday, but also whether the GOP nominee succeeds in November's general election. "I don't think conservatism has ethnic boundaries," Rubio told The Associated Press on Thursday as he....

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How anti-Mugabe pastor was scandalised by ‘CIO’
REMNANT Church Pastor Philip Mugadza, famous for staging a one-man demonstration against President Robert Mugabe in Victoria Falls last December, claims to have fallen victim of an elaborate plan by suspected State security agents to scandalise him in the same manner they did to former Roman Catholic Bulawayo Archbishop Pius Ncube.

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Danger, As Dump Site Sacks Rivers Community
Igwuruta community in Ikwerre local government area of Rivers State has become a fearful environment for residents who are now fleeing for safety as a dump site located in the area spines out deadly stench and smoke that has landed several residents in hospital. AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE (Abuja) and ANAYO ONUKWUGHA, (PORT HARCOURT) reports.

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Nigerian Preacher TB Joshua’s Trial Suffers Delay
Nigerian pastor TB Joshua speaks at a memorial service in Lagos, Nigeria, December 31, 2014. Joshua is due to stand trial for criminal negligence after a guest house of his church collapsed, killing at least 115 people, but the trial has suffered numerous delays. PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images.

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REUTERS/Chris Keane GOP hopefuls swap venom on day before S.C. primary
Rubio, trying to ride fresh momentum, campaigned with some of South Carolina’s top elected officials and warned voters of “dirty tricks from the Cruz campaign.” Cruz kept a sunnier message, staying positive on the final day of a brutal primary race that remains incredibly tight, according to a number of polls released Friday.

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The Latest: Trump defends waterboarding with pig blood tale
The story about Gen. John Pershing's efforts to quell the Moro Rebellion around 1911 has been widely discredited. But Trump brought it up during a rally in North Charleston the night before the South Carolina primary. He says after the alleged incident, "For 25 years there wasn't a problem, OK?"....

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Ga. religious freedom bill passes Senate
If the Republican-led House agrees with the Senate version, it will go to Gov. Nathan Deal to sign. If not, it could end up being changed again. House Bill 757 passed the Senate 38-14 after three hours of debate that was, at times, heated. Last week it passed the House 161-0 -- but the Senate....

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Religious freedom bill advances
If the Republican-led House agrees with the Senate version, it will go to Gov. Nathan Deal to sign. If not, it could end up being changed again. House Bill 757 passed the Senate 38-14 after three hours of debate that was, at times, heated. Last week it passed the House 161-0 -- but the Senate....

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The Latest: Trump defends waterboarding with pig blood tale
8:20 p.m. Marco Rubio called for a moment of prayer after an attendee at an evening rally in Clemson had a medical emergency. Rubio was on stage with South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley when a man hit the pavement in the rear of a crowd gathered at an outdoor amphitheater at Clemson University. It wasn't immediately clear what happened.

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