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  • Christians Advised To Proclaim Resurrection Of Jesus

    Christians Advised To Proclaim Resurrection Of Jesus

    The Resurrection of Christ is the most important holiday for the entire Christian world. Governor P.Sadasivam said that the resurrection of Jesus Christ inspire us to serve the weak and the downtrodden in a spirit of love and oneness. Indeed, as somebody once said, change begins with me. Visit any church and you'll find a multitude of people - they could be an ex-prison inmate, former gang member, a depressed lone parent, a husband or wife trapped in an unhappy marriage, a previously ...

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  • Murió un estudiante baleado durante una marcha opositora contra Maduro — Venezuela

    La información la confirmó la madre de Moreno, quien dijo a los periodistas que su hijo era estudiante de Economía de la Universidad Central de Venezuela, y que "no estaba involucrado en la protesta". El Ejecutivo alemán emitió este comunicado cuando la oposición venezolana vuelve a congregarse en distintos puntos de Caracas tras las protestas del miércoles, que concluyeron con tres muertos , varios heridos y más de quinientos detenidos .

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  • Noticias: Guía completa del sorteo de semifinales de la Europa League

    Juventus eliminó al Barcelona jugando un gran partido y dejando en cero su arco tras su visita en el Camp Nou . La ventaja de los italianos en la ida (3-0), le permitieron llegar a la semifinal al igual que el AS Mónaco quien luego de ganar en su visita en Alemania (3-2), ganó en Francia por 3-1 al Borussia Dortmund .

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  • Trump's budget chief says money for border wall a must

    Trump's budget chief says money for border wall a must

    The Trump administration has already asked Congress for money to begin construction of the wall along the southwest border to make good on a central campaign promise. He said the wall is "something that's a tremendous priority for us and that clearly was a seminal issue in the 2016 presidential race". Democrats and even some Republicans have argued that more direct federal spending is needed.

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  • Teacher faces kidnapping charges after girl found safe

    Finally a tip came in to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation tip line from someone that spotted Cummins and was able to tell authorities that he was residing in a cabin in Cecilville. Chris Marczak said. Yet, from what they've learned so far, Cummins, 50, and Elizabeth Thomas, 15, were hiding out in a remote area in Blackbear Ranch, in Cecilville, California, near the OR state line.

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  • Estado Islámico se reivindica ataque en centro de París

    Estado Islámico se reivindica ataque en centro de París

    El portavoz no quiso confirmar que el sujeto se encontrara fichado por los servicios secretos, dicha información fue ofrecida por " Europe 1 ", medio que también señaló un arresto realizado el 23 de febrero del presente, pero fue puesto el libertad por falta de pruebas.

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  • O'Reilly fired from Fox News, still denies allegations

    O'Reilly fired from Fox News, still denies allegations

    Following The New York Times report that exposed these incidents, O'Reilly pleaded innocent via a statement on his website, while ignoring the topic on air. His abrupt and embarrassing ouster ends his two-decade reign as one of the most popular and influential commentators in television. Appearing on "Anderson Cooper 360" on Wednesday to talk about O'Reilly's exit from the network amid sexual harassment allegations, Powers recalled that at the beginning of her career as a political ...

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  • Condenaron a 4 años de cárcel a Pablo García Aliverti

    Condenaron a 4 años de cárcel a Pablo García Aliverti

    Además quedò inhabilitado para conducir por ocho años. El 17 de febrero de 2013, Reinaldo Rodas , de 53 años, fue atropellado por García a la altura del kilómetro 52,500 de la Panamericana, cuando se dirigía en bicicleta hacia su trabajo, en el country Mapuche.

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  • IS claims responsibility for Paris shooting

    The Islamic State group claimed the shooting, which came three days before the first round of France's presidential election on Sunday in which security is a major concern after a string of bloody jihadist assaults since 2015. Cheurfi's identity was confirmed from his fingerprints. France has remained in a state of emergency since 2015. Two radicalised men were arrested in the southern city of Marseille on Tuesday and authorities believe they had been trying to launch an "imminent" ...

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  • El presidente de la AFA

    El presidente de la AFA "Chiqui" Tapia fue amenazado de muerte

    El número telefónico del celular de Tapia se viralizó en las redes sociales, luego de que alguien lo difundiera. En estos momentos, el dirigente de la AFA se encuentra realizando la denuncia pertinente. Por su parte, ningún equipo que reciba al Celeste podrá vender entradas para hinchas visitantes. "En caso de existir oficialmente en las próximas horas un fallo provisorio , Belgrano elevará su descargo para, con argumentos y pruebas válidas sobre el accionar institucional, plantear su ...

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  • Haley, Trump administration zero in on Iran

    Haley, Trump administration zero in on Iran

    It will be hard to get the 15-member Security Council to change its focus. The United States on Thursday urged the UN Security Council to make Iran's "incredibly destructive" activities its Middle East priority and devote less attention to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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  • Le Pen tells rally she would shield France from 'savage globalisation'

    Citing Brexit and the results of the USA election, Sunday's episode of Last Week Tonight saw the HBO host delve into the upcoming French election as he profiled each of the candidates running for office, with a special focus on Marine Le Pen , the head of the far-right National Front, whose campaign rhetoric has sounded not unlike Donald Trump.

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  • North Korean missiles could reach Las Vegas, experts say

    North Korean missiles could reach Las Vegas, experts say

    The statement, which was tabled by the United States, would also tell North Korea not to conduct further nuclear tests. The Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of the North's ruling Workers' Party, said: "In the case of our super-mighty preemptive strike being launched, it will completely and immediately wipe out not only USA imperialists' invasion forces in South Korea and its surrounding areas but the US mainland and reduce them to ashes".

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  • Facebook lays out vision for augmented reality

    Facebook lays out vision for augmented reality

    The platform is available in a closed beta starting today. What's so depressing is that the deep interaction Facebook wants its users to have requires strapping on a large virtual-reality helmet and sitting somewhere quietly at the same time your friends do the same thing.

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  • French candidate on EU: We change it or we leave

    The implosion of the ruling Socialist Party, with outgoing President Francois Hollande too unpopular to run again, and the stunning success of his former economy minister, Emmanuel Macron, with an upstart middle-way grassroots campaign without major party backing, threatened to dismantle postwar France's traditional left-right political divide.

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  • Suspense reigns as France goes to the polls

    Suspense reigns as France goes to the polls

    Although Mr Trump has not formally met with the French presidential candidate, she is close to some of the same advisers who helped craft the president's populist message during his campaign previous year and was spotted in Trump Tower during the presidential transition in January.

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  • Trudeau hosting Italian PM in Ottawa following Trump visit

    U.S. President Donald Trump set his sights on Canada's supply-managed dairy industry. The U.S. dairy groups, however, said their difficulty in exporting dairy products to Canada were a "direct consequence" of Canada's National Ingredients Strategy and new Class 7 milk pricing program.

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  • Paris attack: Gunman was known for radical Islamist activities

    Paris attack: Gunman was known for radical Islamist activities

    Amaq , the propaganda agency affiliated with the so-called "Islamic State" (IS) said the jihadist group was responsible for the Paris shooting targeting the police officers, Deutsche Welle reports . The Islamic State identified the attacker as Abu Yusuf al-Beljiki through its Amaq news agency, according to SITE Intel Group, a USA -based organization that monitors terrorists' activity online.

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  • GM shutters Venezuela factory as unrest grows

    Three people were killed, and hundreds were arrested in the deadliest day of protests since the latest unrest began three weeks ago. The world's third-largest automaker says this was an "illegal judicial seizure of its assets". Across the country, clashes have been intense as protests grow in size and fervor. Pro-government militias were blamed for two deaths on Wednesday, including that of a teenager in Caracas who was heading to a soccer game with friends.

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  • EEUU, México y Canadá proponen organización conjunta del Mundial

    El plazo para presentar candidaturas para la Copa del Mundo de 2026 finalizará en diciembre de 2018 y una decisión final está prevista en mayo del 2020. "En el Mundial se disputarán 80 partidos; 60 en Estados Unidos , 10 en México y 10 en Canadá ", detalló Gulati . Montagliani también es el presidente de la Concacaf .

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  • Champs-Elysees gunman was detained in February for threatening police

    Champs-Elysees gunman was detained in February for threatening police

    There are conflicting reports about how many people were involved in the attack, however a police spokesman said there were two people, while other reports suggested the gunman was armed with a Kalashnikov. "The government is fully mobilised". The bustling Champs Elysees lies in the heart of Paris and is lined with shops and restaurants. The van, from the 32nd public order intervention company, had been stationed in front of Turkish airlines in anticipation of a demonstration by Kurds.

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  • Estallan coche bomba contra evacuados sirios

    El convoy transportaba al menos 5.000 personas , entre ellas civiles y varios cientos de combatientes progubernamentales, a los que se les concedió salvoconducto para salir de las dos aldeas chiítas sitiadas por los rebeldes . The following two tabs change content below. La ONG aseguró que continúan los preparativos en Fua , Kefraya y Al Zabadani; para que dé comienzo la segunda parte de la primera fase del pacto alcanzado en marzo; entre el grupo chií libanés Hizbulá e Irán; ...

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  • Iran not living up to 'spirit' of nuclear deal

    Iran not living up to 'spirit' of nuclear deal

    President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday: NORTH KOREA Vice President Mike Pence says in Japan that Washington will work with its allies and China to put economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea but that the United States would defeat any attack with an "overwhelming response".

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  • Jon Ossoff: Hero to Zero

    All of which virtually guarantees that Round Two of Georgia's special election will be the most expensive House race in history, as Republicans scramble to hang onto a suburban Atlanta seat that they've held since the 1970s. While Democrats can savor the moral victory of almost snatching a seat outright in a Republican stronghold, they will need to translate anti-Trump fury and substantial fundraising into concrete ballot-box results if they are to mount a viable comeback.

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  • Trump takes direct aim at Canadian dairy

    In February - and after months of warnings from NY and federal lawmakers - Canada moved forward with a policy that makes it more hard for US dairy producers to sell their products across the border. More than 75% of Canada's exports go to the USA, and only 18% is imported from U.S. He also pointed out that "Canada's dairy industry is less protectionist than the US, which has employed technical barriers to keep Canadian dairy out of the USA market".

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  • Researchers to look for CTE evidence in Hernandez's brain

    Meanwhile, Hernandez's alleged victims are moving in on his millions - or what's left of them, The Daily Mail reports . Ironically, Hernandez' death may have given him a clean slate. January 6, 2006: Hernandez's father dies from complications from a surgery. Hernandez's attorneys are promising a separate investigation into his death and a state senator is pointing to a bigger problem in the state's prisons.

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  • Easter holiday rooted in Christian faith

    Easter holiday rooted in Christian faith

    President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. Dr Samson Olasupo Ayokunle, has assured Nigerians that the power of resurrection will not only end the menace of corruption but bring the economy out of the woods very soon. According to the Bible, Jesus' death was a sacrifice for the sins of others, but his resurrection represents something even more powerful: the potential for rebirth, salvation, and renewal of faith.

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