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Christianity

'Unfortunate misinterpretation': Christopher Pyne tries to backtrack from comments on Tony Abbott's leadership

Christopher Pyne has tried to backtrack from an extraordinary television interview in which he failed to guarantee Tony Abbott had the numbers to remain Prime Minister - blaming his early start for his less than "effusive and ebullient" performance. Mr Pyne, who is the leader of the government in....

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'Unfortunate misinterpretation': Christopher Pyne tries to backtrack from comments on Tony Abbott's leadership

Christopher Pyne has tried to backtrack from an extraordinary television interview in which he failed to guarantee Tony Abbott had the numbers to remain Prime Minister - blaming his early start for his less than "effusive and ebullient" performance. Mr Pyne, who is the leader of the government in....

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Pyne says media 'overreacted' on comments on Abbott

Education Minister Christopher Pyne has moved to clarify remarks he made about the Prime Minister's leadership this morning, saying the media has "completely overreacted". Earlier today Mr Pyne told Channel Nine he "hoped" Tony Abbott would still be Prime Minister after next week's Liberal party....

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Pyne backtracks on Abbott PM comments

Christopher Pyne is backtracking on comments that have fuelled doubts about Tony Abbott's future as prime minister. The education minister has labelled as an "unfortunate misinterpretation" remarks he made earlier on Friday that he could not rule out a leadership spill on Tuesday.

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Burundi man arrested for murder of three Italian nuns

Rome - As far as the authorities and international community were concerned the case of the murder of three Italian nuns in Burundi last September was closed. There is a culprit in prison and a motive, or rather two: "Hatred of white people" and an old land dispute.

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CPTV4U to Help Mark 5 Years Since Haitian Earthquake With Story of Triumph

NEW HAVEN, Conn. Feb. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- An award-winning documentary about hope and healing in the midst of horrific tragedy will air on CPTV4U, a Connecticut PBS station and affiliate of Connecticut Public Television (CPTV), on Thursday, Feb. 12 , at 10 p.m.

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Pyne can’t rule out Abbott vote

CAPTAIN’S KNOCK. Speaking on AM radio this morning, Mr Abbott admitted he’s had a ‘rough trot’ but maintained an upbeat tone about his past performance. “I’m not focused on the past, I’m focused on the future,” he said. “We do have to get this budget under control.

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Obama: 'Doing everything we can' to bring Pastor Saeed Abedini home

It was quite unexpected and most welcomed. President Obama taking the lead – in a very public way – in ongoing efforts to free American Pastor Saeed Abedini, a U.S. citizen held in Iran for nearly two and a half years merely because of his Christian faith.

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PM still confident as spill talk continues

Prime Minister Tony Abbott is confident he's got the full support of cabinet and insists he's not expecting a leadership spill next week. That's despite reports three ministers believe there will be a vote on Tuesday when the Liberals hold their first Canberra party room meeting of the year.

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Abbott: ‘We’ve had a rough trot’

Speaking to talkback radio host Alan Jones this morning, the prime minister maintained an upbeat tone about his past performance. “I’m not focused on the past, I’m focused on the future,” he said. “We do have to get this budget under control.” Earlier this morning, frontbench MP and Abbott supporter....

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Kava ingestion

METHODIST Church members have been reminded by the church to exercise self-discipline in the consumption of kava. Church general secretary Reverend Dr Epineri Vakadewavosa made the comment during an interview on an iTaukei radio program last Sunday night.

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