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‘War Room’ displays box office clout of a faith-based audience
In a year of great box office triumphs, a low-budget movie with an African American cast and overt Christian teachings has emerged as a breakout surprise. “War Room,” a movie beckoning audiences to prayer, nearly topped ticket sales last weekend even though its release was limited to a relatively small number of theaters.

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Is Labor 'running dead' in Canning to protect Tony Abbott?
Labor has fuelled speculation it is more concerned with ensuring Tony Abbott remains Liberal leader than winning the Canning byelection, mounting what has been reported to federal cabinet as a low profile campaign in the West Australian seat. Cabinet ministers discussed the byelection when they met....

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Kentucky county clerk defies court, refuses to issue marriage licenses
MOREHEAD, Ky. — A raucous scene unfolded at the county courthouse here Tuesday as a local clerk defied a judge’s order to start issuing marriage licenses, opening a new front in the still-simmering battle over same-sex marriage. Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis’s refusal prompted immediate calls for legal sanctions.

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Is Labor 'running dead' in Canning to protect Tony Abbott?
Labor has fuelled speculation it is more concerned with ensuring Tony Abbott remains Liberal leader than winning the Canning byelection, mounting what has been reported to federal cabinet as a low profile campaign in the West Australian seat. Cabinet ministers discussed the byelection when they met....

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Abbott returns to Canning campaign
THE prime minister launched Mr Hastie's campaign 10 days ago before spending a week in indigenous communities in the Torres Strait and Cape York. The September 19 by-election, triggered by the death of Liberal MP Don Randall, is widely seen as a test of Mr Abbott's leadership.

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Bishop slams Syrian temple's destruction
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is outraged Islamic State extremists have destroyed a significant Roman-era temple in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra. IS took hold of Palmyra, regarded as one of the world's archaeological jewels in the Syrian desert northeast of Damascus, in May.

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Bishop slams Syrian temple's destruction
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is outraged Islamic State extremists have destroyed a significant Roman-era temple in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra. IS took hold of Palmyra, regarded as one of the world's archaeological jewels in the Syrian desert northeast of Damascus, in May.

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Bishop slams Syrian temple's destruction
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is outraged Islamic State extremists have destroyed a significant Roman-era temple in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra. IS took hold of Palmyra, regarded as one of the world's archaeological jewels in the Syrian desert northeast of Damascus, in May.

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Aust still in talks over Syria airstrikes
Australia is yet to formally respond to a US request to expand its air operations against Islamic State in Iraq to targets in Syria. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says the government is seeking legal advice about the request and is also consulting with other coalition countries, as well as Iran. "We don't want there to be any misjudgment .

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Aust still in talks over Syria airstrikes
Australia is yet to formally respond to a US request to expand its air operations against Islamic State in Iraq to targets in Syria. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says the government is seeking legal advice about the request and is also consulting with other coalition countries, as well as Iran. "We don't want there to be any misjudgment .

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Aust still in talks over Syria airstrikes
Australia is yet to formally respond to a US request to expand its air operations against Islamic State in Iraq to targets in Syria. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says the government is seeking legal advice about the request and is also consulting with other coalition countries, as well as Iran. "We don't want there to be any misjudgement .

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