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'If only this was some cruel prank': Twins killed in bobsled-track crash mourned
Jordan and Evan Caldwell's sister sobbed as she described her twin brothers as incessant pranksters, while their father evoked their serious side as "very deep" young men who liked to discuss political, social and religious issues, before a packed funeral in Calgary.

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February 12th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter Katima Mulilo Two suspects accused of the alleged murder of Mack Matengu (aged 21 at the time of his death) were each granted bail of N$5 000 in the Katima Mulilo Magistrate’s Court yesterday. Matengu was a third-year student...

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Police In Ondo State Parade Ex-Convict ‘Blackmailing’ Prominent Pastors In Nigeria
The Nigeria Police Force (NPF), Ondo State Command has paraded an ex-convict, Festus Balogun, who specialized in blackmailing prominent Nigerian pastors. Mr. Balogun popularly called “Smart of No.5 Ipobe Street Cotonuo”, was paraded before journalists on Thursday alongside other suspected criminals....

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'This Is Not the Time to Leave.' Why Armenian Pastor Won't Abandon Aleppo - The Christian Perspective WASHINGTON -- We hear a lot about the refugees fleeing Syria, but what is life lik...
Rev. Harout's church serves as a center for the whole community, Christians and Muslims, and provides relief to all of those struggling with the side effects of war in Aleppo. "Our church and our church courtyard is located in a Muslim dominated region and everybody comes to our poli-clinic, and....

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Nation Now New black history museum still on lookout for artifacts New black history museum still on lookout for artifacts Museum staff traveled the country searching for artifacts from the movement. Nation Now 6 hours, 58 minutes ago Nation Now Will Ariz
WASHINGTON--Beyond black and white photos of protesters, lunch counters from segregated diners and other artifacts from the civil rights movement, there will be voices of activists who served on the front lines and out of the spotlight when a new Smithsonian museum devoted to black history opens on Sept.

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Washington Arizona House requests God-only prayers Arizona House requests God-only prayers Move angers secularists who say it discriminates against those who don't believe in God. Washington 6 hours, 28 minutes ago Nation Now Judge: Iowa zoo must give up
PHOENIX — A House memo that Republican leadership says was simply intended to clarify the chamber's prayer policy has angered some secularists who say it discriminates against anyone who doesn't believe in God. Republican House Majority Leader Steve Montenegro, a pastor, sent the memo explaining the....

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For Lent, churches say `reach out' not `cut out'
CHENNAI: In keeping with Pope Francis's message for Lenten 2016 - asking people to let go of selfish and indifferent attitudes - church leaders in the city are urging members to focus on `reaching out' rather than `cutting out'. From distributing bedspreads to pavement dwellers to being more....

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Civilian shot dead by Azerbaijani sniper in Artsakh
On February 11, at around 16:00 Civillian, resident and pastor of Vazgenashen village in Martuni Region Hakob Hambardsumyan(b. 1962) was shot dead from “Istiglal” rifle, by Azerbajani sniper. Investigation is underway to determine the details of the incident, “Armenpress” was informed from the Press Service of Artsakh’s Defense Ministry.

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Mugabe Demo Pastor Case Referred to Concourt
Victoria Falls Magistrate Lindiwe Maphosa on Thursday referred Remnant Church senior Pastor Patrick Philip Mugadza's case to the Constitutional Court. Mugadza is on $50 bail for contravening Section 46 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter 9:23 after he staged a one man....

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Prayer gurus in N4bn looting spree?
When would they have their date in court? That is the beneficiaries of the whopping sum of four billion naira allegedly spent on prayers, out of the diverted money which should have been spent on buying arms for helpless Nigerian soldiers sent to the battle front to neutralize the Boko Haram insurgents.

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Teen who killed 5 family members to be sentenced as juvenile
By MARY HUDETZ Associated Press. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A judge cleared the way Thursday for a New Mexico teenager who shot and killed his parents and three younger siblings to be sentenced as a juvenile and released from state custody by the time he turns 21 after the teen's attorneys argued he could be psychologically rehabilitated.

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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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Edo guber: Ripples over alleged imposition plans
From Tony Osauzo, Benin. Ahead of the Governorship election in Edo State this year, political calculations about who occupies Osadebey Avenue after November 12, have started even when campaign activities have not officially commenced. Two political parties, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC)....

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Snake pastor says he is doing God's work, insists serpants become chocolates
Those were the words of a pastor popularly known as the “Snake Pastor”. He was answering a question from the CRL Rights Commission, which was held at their Braamfontein offices in Joburg. The pastor said what appears to be a snake in ordinary people’s eyes is actually food and in the eyes of God it is clean.

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See the London Suburb Home to One of the World’s Biggest North Korean Refugee Communities
In the London suburb of New Malden, rows of modest terraced houses lead off the quiet main street with its McDonalds, post office, churches and convenience stores. But scattered among these touchstones of British suburban life are Asian restaurants and supermarkets, Korean property agents and taxi companies, all signposted in Korean characters.

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Okiring’s crusade is for youth empowerment
Helena Okiring. Helena Okiring’s knack for social change is unmistakable. In fairly- high-heeled shoes, she paces the office space, gathering information and trying to condense it into a working strategy. She lives, dreams and talks youth empowerment, leadership and development.

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Which modern-era man wants a submissive wife?
The Observer columnist Joanna Akello recently suggested that if men want their women to be submissive, they should first love them (See, If you love, she will submit , The Observer, January 8, 2016). Akello also resurrected an old debate of which came first the egg or the chicken; the love or the....

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Ayade sacks Tinapa MD, suspends payment of taxes
Gov Ben Ayade of Cross River State has sacked the managing director of Tinapa Business and Leisure Resort, Mrs Francesca Effiom. The sack, according to chief press secretary to Ayade, Mr Christian Ita, takes immediate effect but did not disclose what were the possible reasons.

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Religious leaders support Tim Kee
AMID growing condemnation and even calls for him to be fired for statements that lewd and vulgar behavior of women around Carnival time opens them up to sex crimes, Port-of-Spain Mayor Raymond Tim Kee has received support from several prominent religious leaders who yesterday expressed the view that there was merit in his statements.

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Teen sentenced as juvenile after killing family
FILE - Nehemiah Griego, 15, is seen in an undated photo provided by the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department. A judge cleared the way Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, for the New Mexico teenager who shot and killed his parents and three younger siblings to be sentenced as a juvenile and released from....

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Don't miss the Dallas Festival of Ideas, where bright minds gather to shape our city's future
Here’s a sampling of some of the local educators, writers, entrepreneurs and designers who will draw on their life experiences to share new ideas about how to make life better in North Texas. Kate Canales. Kate Canales’ graduate students have an unusual assignment: washing dishes at Cafe Momentum on Saturday nights.

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Teen who killed 5 family members to be sentenced as juvenile
A judge cleared the way Thursday for a New Mexico teenager who shot and killed his parents and three younger siblings to be sentenced as a juvenile and released from state custody by the time he turns 21 after the teen's attorneys argued he could be psychologically rehabilitated.

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Killer still on loose after mom found slain
Brittany Russell, 29, died Wednesday morning in her car of multiple gunshot wounds to the head. Russell’s 6-month-old daughter Haven was safely strapped in her car seat with the car and heater running. The vehicle was in the parking lot at Twin Manor Apartments at 4115 Free Pike. Dayton police Lt.

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Too much blood is being shed in the quest for power, says SDA pastor at Code of Conduct signing
Western Bureau: Urging candidates in St James to respect the code of conduct during the election season, pastor of the Glendevon circuit of the Seventh-day Adventist churches, Charles Brevitt, says too much blood is being shed in the quest for power. Addressing Jamaica Labour Party and People's....

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Woman fights for life after crash in fog at notorious Antrim junction A young woman is fighting for her life in hospital after a two-...
Lisnevenagh Road was closed following the crash close to its junction with Woodgreen Road. The early-morning crash caused huge tailbacks for commuters travelling to Antrim and Ballymena after both lanes were closed to traffic. The young driver, who is believed to be in her mid-20s and from the Kells....

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Pope, patriarch trying to heal old and new wounds
When Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill meet today in Cuba, the heads of the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches will be making history, trying to change history and struggling against history. Making history: It will be the first time a pope has ever met face to face with the Moscow....

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