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In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
KAGA-BANDORO, Central African Republic (AP) — It's been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home.

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In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
KAGA-BANDORO, Central African Republic (AP) — It's been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home.

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Anita Finally Divorces Pastor Chris
Anita Ebhodaghe, formerly Anita Oyakhilome, a pioneer member of Christ Embassy, where she rose to become a pastor, got married to Oyakhilome in 1991, and have two daughters. A statement by her solicitors, Attwaters Jameson Hill, said the divorce was finalised on February 8 and hinted that she had....

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Baltimore mayoral forum highlights candidates' visions for environmental, community priorities
At the end of a mayoral forum Thursday on environmental matters facings Baltimore, 8-year-old twins Christopher and Lenaya Conyers walked up to the microphone to ask the candidates what plans they have for the city's youth. Councilman Nick J. Mosby , a Democrat, said he wants to launch an aggressive....

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Trial of T.B. Joshua Over Deadly Building Collapse Delayed
The criminal negligence trial of Nigerian pastor TB Joshua over a building collapse at his Lagos mega-church that killed more than a hundred people was delayed Thursday for two weeks. Joshua, church trustees and two engineers are accused of criminal negligence and involuntary manslaughter after the....

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In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
Refugees in the north of Central African Republic say they hope the new president will bring peace but no one is heading home just yet Christian families living in a refugee camp stand under a tree in Kaga-Bandoro, Central African Republic, Tuesday Feb. 16, 2016.

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In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
KAGA-BANDORO, Central African Republic (AP) " It's been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home.

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Trump’s papal bull
Sorrow arises from the awful fact that Pope Francis felt obligated to comment on the campaign rhetoric of America’s Republican presidential front-runner. Rarely, if ever, has a holder of St. Peter’s Chair ventured thoughts about a particular politician, let alone about a candidate during a U.S. election campaign.

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In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
It's been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home. Yet even as she cast a ballot this past week in....

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In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
The Associated Press. KRISTA LARSON KAGA-BANDORO, Central African Republic (AP) — It’s been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home.

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In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
KAGA-BANDORO, Central African Republic It's been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home.

Read Full Article
 
In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
KAGA-BANDORO, Central African Republic — It’s been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home.

Read Full Article
 
Scalia memorial: What you need to know
What is a catafalque? Scalia's coffin will be carried up the stairs and will be placed upon the catafalque, essentially a raised platform draped in black, that has been used since 1865 for services on Capitol Hill. It was constructed for the coffin of Abraham Lincoln.

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In Central African Republic, refugees await vote results
KAGA-BANDORO, Central African Republic (AP) — It's been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home.

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Why some African-American evangelicals are playing the Trump card
Although he ended up one of the few African-American evangelical leaders in attendance at what was supposed to be a private meeting of "who's who of Christian TV evangelicals," Burns said the discussion was nonetheless dominated by concerns about Trump connecting with African-American voters through the African-American church.

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Pope Francis Shines Spotlight on GOP Minority Challenges
By STEVE PEOPLES, Associated Press. SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — The Republican Party's tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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In Central African Republic, Refugees Await Vote Results
It's been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home. Yet even as she cast a ballot this past week in....

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Republican presidential candidate Cruz pins hopes on Christians
Updated 7 hours ago GREENVILLE, S.C. — Clergyman Tim Squire says Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas “got me off the fence and off the sofa” with his fiery opposition to abortion and determination to end federal funding for Planned Parenthood. “Someone has to speak up for the voiceless,” Squire, a Charleston County resident, said Tuesday at a Cruz rally in Mt.

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Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — The Republican Party's tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about Donald Trump. On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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Republican presidential candidate Cruz pins hopes on Christians
Updated 6 hours ago GREENVILLE, S.C. — Clergyman Tim Squire says Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas “got me off the fence and off the sofa” with his fiery opposition to abortion and determination to end federal funding for Planned Parenthood. “Someone has to speak up for the voiceless,” Squire, a Charleston County resident, said Tuesday at a Cruz rally in Mt.

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Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
The Republican Party's tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about Donald Trump. On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency. On the other, leading rivals Trump and Ted Cruz embrace fiery rhetoric designed to motivate angry white conservatives. Complicating it all is immigration, the issue the party's pragmatic....

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Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
By STEVE PEOPLES Associated Press. SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) - The Republican Party's tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about Donald Trump. On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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Donald Trump slams Pope for 'disgusting' Christian jibe
Two-thirds of South Carolinians are Protestants, with evangelical voters comprising the largest voting block in the state during its Republican primary, which is being held on Saturday. The evangelical faithful are often suspicious of hierarchical authority, and a Pew Institute study in January said....

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Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
By STEVE PEOPLES, Associated Press. SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — The Republican Party's tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about Donald Trump. On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

Read Full Article
 
Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) The Republican Party's tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about Donald Trump. On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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