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Boxing: Pacquiao apologises for comparing gays to animals
MANILA: Eight-time world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao apologised on Tuesday (Feb 16) for describing homosexuals as "worse than animals" after his remarks sparked a firestorm of criticism in his native Philippines. Nearing the end of a glorious decades-long boxing career, the 37-year-old is....

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Grace mauls Mnangagwa 35,575
HARARE - 72 comments Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s political career in Zanu PF is hanging in the balance, after First Lady Grace Mugabe launched a thinly-veiled frontal attack on President Robert Mugabe’s embattled deputy yesterday. The powerful First Lady ominously accused Mnangagwa among a....

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Prosecutor to appeal ruling on teen who killed family
Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg announced Monday that her office decided late Friday to appeal the ruling regarding 18-year-old Nehemiah Griego, because of what Brandbenburg called "our continued pursuit of justice." "We appreciate the many concerns members of the public have....

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Ebenezer’s Pastor Raphael Warnock to wed in public ceremony on Sunday
This won’t be the first time the couple said “I do.” They wed in a private ceremony last month in Danforth Chapel on the campus of Morehouse College, Warnock’s alma mater. Many Morehouse men and Spelman College women have married there. “I’ve waited a long time for this moment and I’ve worked hard for a long time,” he said Saturday.

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Never too old to marry
Patricia Wilson wore a green, lacey dress, a white fascinator and a single string of pearls when she married her beau on Saturday - aged 83. Her husband Charles Wilson, 81, said it was one of the happiest days of his life. The couple have known each other for 35 years but a recent turn of events meant they started spending more time together.

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With Pope Francis' border city visit, Texans rediscover Mexico -- and like what they see
“Martin hasn’t been here since he was a child,” said Aguirre, whose family has a house in Juarez at the foot of a mountain inscribed with letters spelling out: “Read the Bible.” Hinojosa was planning to visit an aunt and other relatives he knew only via Facebook. But he still had reservations about the city.

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Uganda election: Old guard tries new tactics
Three days before Uganda's general elections, tear gas and rubber bullets rang out over the capital, Kampala. By the end of the day an armoured police carrier was towing the veteran opposition leader Kizza Besigye back home in his car. Thousands of his supporters poured on to the streets and had run-ins with the security forces.

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Ottawa Sunday school teacher charged with human trafficking
A Sunday school teacher and husband of a children’s pastor has been charged by Ottawa police with human trafficking. Matthew Valentini, 34, is charged with trafficking of a person under the age of 18, drug possession and driving with a suspended license.

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Newlywed couple killed in a tragic car crash on Valentines Day while celebrating their six-month wedding anniversary
Kayla Amos, 20, and Daniel Amos, 21, were killed Sunday in Edgewater; It was the couple's six month wedding anniversary and Valentines Day; Police say a car crossed the centerline and hit the couple, A third car then collided with the wreck, injuring the driver; The driver of the first car was....

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Alleged Brooklyn church vandal who smashed statue caught on camera
Police in Brooklyn are searching for a vandal caught on camera destroying a statue of an angel outside a church, and authorities say this isn't the first time that vandals have struck the same target. The incident happened outside Our Lady of Consolation on Metropolitan Avenue around 4 a.m.

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Mourners arrive early on second day to pay respects to fallen deputy
Visitation for Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey is Monday and Tuesday from 2 to 9 p.m. at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa. His funeral service is Wednesday at 10 p.m. at Mountain Christian. Visitation for Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey is Monday and Tuesday from 2 to 9 p.m. at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa.

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The Latest: Teen who killed family ordered to treatment
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The latest on the case of a teen charged with killing his parents and three siblings in New Mexico (all times local): 6:30 p.m. A judge has ruled a New Mexico teenager who pleaded guilty to killing five family members is psychologically treatable in a decision that clears....

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Donald Trump supporters in South Carolina: 'We're voting with our middle finger'
Robert Bowers, a 50-year-old debt collector, conceded that Donald Trump may have gone “overboard just a little bit” when he attacked President George W. Bush , saying he lied about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and failed to stop the Sept. 11 attacks. But that did not stop Bowers, of Fountain Inn, S.

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Neighbors in Religion: ‘Was Civil War God’s punishment for slavery?’
Richard Rodriguez, a doctoral candidate at Florida International University, will speak on his dissertation, “The Bible Against American Slavery” at 3 p.m. Saturday. In his presentation, Rodriguez asks the question, “Was the Civil War God’s punishment for American slavery?” “President Abraham....

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Schools urged to adopt new e-management system
The Commissioner of Private Schools at the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports, Robinson Nsumba-Lyanzi, has called upon schools to take on the first internet based system for management of schools in Uganda. “I call upon all school proprietors and administration to not only embrace....

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Ottawa Sunday school teacher charged with human trafficking
A Sunday school teacher and husband of a children’s pastor has been charged by Ottawa police with human trafficking. Matthew Valentini, 34, is charged with trafficking of a person under the age of 18, drug possession and driving with a suspended license.

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24 couples renew the ...
Central Church of God Marriage Ministry celebrated Valentine’s Day in grant style by hosting a Covenant Renewal Service on Sunday, February 14, 2016 with over 24 married couples inclusive of senior pastor Bishop Steve and Lady Lonia Dean renewing their marriage vows. Love filled the sanctuary as Psalmist Willissa Mackey, Sis.

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Why is Ted Cruz saying Christians should support him different from saying women should back Hillary Clinton?
But now that Cruz has said plainly that he is an evangelical and that evangelicals should vote in the interest of retaining control over or at least significant influence in the making of public policy, there is a mysterious sort of silence. That's quite likely because they don't understand the....

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Public, private memorials set for slain Richmond police officer
Services will be held Friday for a Richmond police officer who was killed in his Vallejo home last week, Richmond Police Department officials said on Monday. A public viewing for Gus Vegas is set from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at The Hill Vallejo, 210 Locust Drive. The funeral will be held at 10 a.m.

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African countries clamp down on churches tied to ‘miracle cures’
NAIROBI, Kenya — Led by charismatic preachers and self-proclaimed prophets, African churches are swelling with promises of miracle healings, signs and wonders. But in recent months, governments across the continent are trying to rein in these churches. Africa’s experience with Christianity has for the most part been positive.

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Why evangelicals are splintering and what it means for the GOP
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- When Southern Baptists named Russell Moore to a top leadership post, conservative evangelicals winced. Moore supports immigration reform, advocates improved race relations and counseled tolerance after the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage.

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Adeboye, Ooni of Ife visit Buhari at Aso Villa
By Levinus Nwabughiogu ABUJA–General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Tuesday paid a visit to President Mohammadu Buhari. Similarly, Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, also visited the president. Both came shortly after the exit of Liberian president, Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf from the presidential villa.

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KANYARI kando! What this PASTOR did to a LADY will leave you speechless (VIDEO)
Tuesday, 16 February 2016 - Forget about Kanyari and his 310 madness, this rogue pastor is the real mastermind of this lucrative business of faking miracles to confuse gullible followers and milk them dry. He claims that he can make a lady’s potty flatten within seconds but this is just a cunning trick to confuse his followers.

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Pacquiao says gay couples ‘worse than animals’
Eight-time world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao has sparked a firestorm of criticism in the Philippines after describing gay couples as “worse than animals.” Nearing the end of a glorious decades-long boxing career, the 37-year-old is reinventing himself as a conservative Bible-bearing politician....

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PMB Urges NGOs To Complement FG Efforts In Assisting IDPs
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday called on Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and international aid agencies to complement the Federal Government’s efforts to increase humanitarian assistance to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the country.

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Sandbranch residents hang on despite lack of basic services
The tiny community of Sandbranch, just nine forgotten blocks in far southern Dallas County, seems like the sort of place most people would be desperate to escape. There’s no sewer service. The yellow well water that pours from the faucets is unsafe to drink. During heavy rains, the few dozen homes here are at risk of flooding.

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