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Trump, Cruz Battle for Evangelicals
“There's a self-identifying factor these new-school evangelicals have with Donald Trump,” said Dean Nelson, chairman of the Douglass Leadership Institute, a socially conservative Christian coalition network based in Washington that is not affiliated with any candidate.

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The Voice's final blind auditions sees two Cardiff acts sing for success
A teenage choir girl and a seasoned rock musician, both from Cardiff, are on The Voice this Saturday night. Wales has two more chances to get through to the next stage of The Voice this weekend thanks to Cardiff singers Leighton Jones and Faith Nelson.

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Ted Cruz pinched in race for South Carolina’s Evangelicals
"The whole premise of Cruz's campaign is, he's the choice of evangelicals," said a Rubio adviser granted anonymity to speak freely about the opening the campaign sees with conservative Christian voters. "The reality is, multiple candidates in this race have evangelical bona fides...

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Uganda: Anxiety, Tension Grip Kampala Residents On Eve of Voting Day
Kampala A mixture of tension, optimism and anxiety engulfed Kampala City yesterday as Ugandans prepare to cast their votes in presidential and parliamentary elections tomorrow. While several Ugandans flooded bus terminals and taxi parks in downtown Kampala to travel upcountry to vote, others said....

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Vigil set for pastor jailed in North Korea
OTTAWA — Hundreds of supporters of a Canadian pastor serving a life sentence in North Korea are to demonstrate on Parliament Hill today to urge the government to press for his release. Hyeon Soo Lim, a pastor with the Light Korean Presbyterian Church of Mississauga, Ont.

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Parliament Hill vigil set for Toronto pastor held in North Korean prison
OTTAWA - Hundreds of supporters of a Canadian pastor serving a life sentence in North Korea are to demonstrate on Parliament Hill today to urge the government to press for his release. Hyeon Soo Lim, a pastor with the Light Korean Presbyterian Church of Mississauga, Ont.

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Six stories in the news today, Feb. 17
, from The Canadian Press: JUDGE TO DECIDE ON BAIL FOR DENNIS OLAND. Dennis Oland will learn today if he'll walk out of a Fredericton courthouse free on bail, or go to prison to await the appeal of his second-degree murder conviction. Oland was sentenced last week to life in prison with no chance of....

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@Kady's Watchlist for Feb. 17 – Get ready to debate Canada's anti-ISIS efforts, MPs!
A Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Hornet breaks away after refuelling with a KC-135 Stratotanker assigned to the 340th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 over Iraq. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada's fighter jets will end their fight against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria within days.

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Asahi readers say foreigners should assimilate, but Japan must try harder
Asahi Shimbun readers feel that foreigners should shoulder the most responsibility for creating a harmonious multicultural society in Japan, the results of a second online questionnaire on the subject revealed. Of 758 respondents to the question “What is most needed to create a society where....

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Mrs Osinbajo calls for prayer against stagnation, failure in Nigeria
Abuja – The wife of the Vice President, Dolapo Osinbajo, has called on Christians to be fervent in praying for successful rebuilding, removal of failure and stagnation of the country. Osinbajo made the call during a one-day inter denominational programme organised by the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Abuja on Tuesday.

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Vigil to be held on Parliament Hill for Toronto pastor in North Korean prison
OTTAWA - Hundreds of supporters of a Canadian pastor serving a life sentence in North Korea are to demonstrate on Parliament Hill today to urge the government to press for his release. Hyeon Soo Lim, a pastor with the Light Korean Presbyterian Church of Mississauga, Ont.

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Clarenville church to replace old school with new housing
The site of a former school in Clarenville is getting made over into affordable housing, thanks to a local church group and an infusion of government cash. It's a project the New Life Community Church said is desperately needed in a town where it's become very expensive to live. Keith Chard, lead pastor with the non-denominational church.

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Thanks Mumba Malila, You Destroyed MMD
The downward path the once respected mother of democracy, Movement for Multi-party Democracy, is taking is predictably sad. It is now a fact that the MMD under one pastor Nevers Mumba is not going anywhere. The movement's lifespan is expiring. And pastor Nevers is the last person to attempt....

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David Cameron pays the price for his neglect
For political scientists and electoral strategists, it all seemed to be finally coming into focus. Like some Magic Eye poster from the 90s, if you concentrated and squinted just hard enough at the electoral field, Marco Rubio’s smiling face seemed to look back at you.

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Teen arrested after allegedly posing as a gynecologist, giving exams
A South Florida teenager is in jail after he played doctor with real patients for the second time in just over a year, authorities say. Malachi Love-Robinson, 18, known as “Dr. Robinson” to his patients, was arrested after he allegedly gave physical exams and medical advice to people – including an....

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Mugabe 'pastor' in threesome with Harare prostitutes
OUTSPOKEN Kariba church leader, Patrick Mugadza, who attracted global attention in December after he staged a solo demonstration at the Zanu PF national conference in Victoria Falls is back in the spotlight. Mugadza has other passion than campaigning for Mugabe to step down, so it seems. The man of the cloth is a sex manic - with prostitutes.

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Running the asylum: can the GOP establishment retake control?
For political scientists and electoral strategists, it all seemed to be finally coming into focus. Like some Magic Eye poster from the 90s, if you concentrated and squinted just hard enough at the electoral field, Marco Rubio’s smiling face seemed to look back at you.

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Teen arrested after allegedly posing as a gynecologist, giving exams
A South Florida teenager is in jail after he played doctor with real patients for the second time in just over a year, authorities say. Malachi Love-Robinson, 18, known as “Dr. Robinson” to his patients, was arrested after he allegedly gave physical exams and medical advice to people – including an....

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Canadian behind Rodman trips to bring hockey to North Korea
The Canadian man who once helped bring basketball hall-of-famer Dennis Rodman to North Korea is now eyeing another project: a hockey tournament that could see former NHL players visit the secluded nation. The tournament, scheduled for March 7-11 in Pyongyang, comes just after the North’s fourth....

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China detains highest-ranking Christian pastor since cultural revolution
2016-01-29. Cross is shown on a church in Zhejiang province, July 27, 2015. Photo courtesy of a church member. Authorities in the eastern province of Zhejiang have detained a pastor of a major Protestant church after he clashed with the authorities over the demolition of its cross, rights groups said.

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‘I was supposed to be part of PF cadres sent to kill people in Southern province’
Dear editor please post this and note that am using pseudonym. It is saddening to read about the PF plots on innocent people of southern province. I was in PF not until we were called for this meeting in the Copperbelt in Kitwe to be specific and the planning of buying guns was made.

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US teen known as ‘Dr Love-Robinson’ ran fake medical practice where he posed as a gynaecologist
A South Florida teenager is in jail after he played doctor with real patients for the second time in just over a year. Malachi Love-Robinson, 18, was arrested after he allegedly gave physical exams and medical advice to people — including an undercover officer — at a “holistic medical clinic” he founded in West Palm Beach.

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Renamo Says Zuma Did Receive Its Request
Maputo Mozambique's former rebel movement Renamo on Monday produced copies of correspondence which, it said, proves that South African President Jacob Zuma has indeed received its letter requesting him to mediate between Renamo and the Mozambican government.

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Schools welfare unit begins suicide awareness sessions
On Monday, the Schools Welfare Unit of the Department of Education – Georgetown, held the first in a series of Suicide Awareness Sessions at Central High School. A press release from the Ministry of Education said that with a theme `Choose Life – Say No to Suicide!’ students and teachers listened to....

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Oakland Huge church, neighbors to spar over oil well plans Huge church, neighbors to spar over oil well plans It’s not just any brouhaha over woods, water, pollution fears and property values. Oakland 29 minutes ago ROCHELLE RILEY Rhodes says he won’t be
It’s not just any brouhaha over woods, water, pollution fears and property values. The newly elected mayor of Southfield has walked a picket line to block petroleum drilling in his city; joined his City Council in passing back-to-back bans on it, and on Wednesday night Ken Siver expects not only....

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Pastor hacks wife to death, leaves note before escape
His late wife, Patience Ekukpe. THE police in Edo State are currently on the hunt for a pastor identified as Henry Ojochunu Ekukpe, who was alleged to have stabbed her 29-year-old wife, Patience Ekukpe, in the presence of their six-month-old baby and escaped, leaving behind a note with 10 questions, apparently meant for his wife to answer.

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