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The resurrection of Jesus Christ is our historical proof and guarantee that Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life, the only way to God. That connects with the church's view that every Sunday is a celebration of Easter . She urged Nigerians particularly her constituents to strive to be more like Jesus at this time. The church depends on the risen Christ. If what Christians celebrate worldwide today didn't actually happen, it doesn't impact just a few small details, it destroys our ...
  • North Korea shows off intercontinental ballistic missiles in parade

    North Korea shows off intercontinental ballistic missiles in parade

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    Meanwhile, an American nuclear-powered aircraft carrier group has been dispatched to boost an array of military capabilities available to Washington in South Korea and the wider region. North Korea exhibited its ballistic missiles and other military weaponry during a huge parade on Saturday to celebrate its founder's birthday. Trump tweeted about North Korea on Thursday.
  • Kenny speaks to May on phone following snap election announcement

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    It aims to prevent early elections except in two exceptional circumstances: either by a two-thirds majority vote in the House of Commons or a vote of no confidence in the incumbent PM. "This is an opportunity for people to really reflect on the direction they want to take this country in post referendum". The strongly pro-EU Liberal Democrats have seen thousands of new members join since the referendum and are likely to make gains.
  • East Ham MP believes snap general election leaves 'great deal at stake'

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    So in accusing others of political game-playing, the Prime Minister is game-playing herself. As she noted, "at this moment of enormous national significance, there should be unity in Westminster, but instead there is division". Wincobank resident Mike Hensman predicted a close result in the election race between Conservatives' Theresa May and Labour candidate Jeremy Corbyn.
  • Netflix nears 100 million subscribers

    Netflix nears 100 million subscribers

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    The firm increased revenues by over a third to $2.64bn for the quarter compared to the first three months of previous year, while net income rose to $178m from $28m. Netflix needs subscribers to support all that spending, which is what has Wall Street anxious. HBO takes pride in having 134 million subscribers at the global level, covering viewers paying for an internet-only variant of the channel that was sparked by Netflix's success.
  • Former RCB owner Mallya arrested in the UK

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    Known for his flamboyance, the only reference Mallya made to his arrest was to blame the Indian media with an earlier tweet. "He was arrested after attending a central London police station and will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court".
  • Vijay Mallya arrested in London, gets bail within hours

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    Former employees of Kingfisher had hailed his arrest and pinned hope that justice will be delivered to them at the earliest. India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate initiated criminal investigation against Mallya in July 2015 and January 2016 respectively under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
  • What last-minute income tax filers need to know

    What last-minute income tax filers need to know

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    Or, you can create a Tax Day slush fund and funnel as much as you can into an automatic savings plan starting today. If you owe taxes, they're still due by midnight Tuesday or you'll face penalties and interest. Make sure all Social Security numbers included on your return are correct. To qualify, a taxpayer must have earned income from a job, self-employment or even some disability payments.
  • Expert says May seeks to cover bases by announcing early election

    Expert says May seeks to cover bases by announcing early election

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    According to the BBC , May had explained the decision by citing opposition to her plans on Brexit , with the UK's Labour party threatening to vote against the final plan. "Every day has been a privilege and a pleasure but it can't go on for ever and the electoral cycle means that each incumbent has to think again about what's best for them, the constituency and the Party", he said in the letter.
  • Markets Right Now: Health care, banks lead US stocks lower

    Markets Right Now: Health care, banks lead US stocks lower

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    U.S. equities were on the back foot all day, following European markets down after the surprise call for snap British elections, and ahead of Sunday's first round of voting in the French presidential election. Goldman Sachs reported a sharp increase in first-quarter profits , but markets had been expecting more and shares in the bank fell 3.4% in early trade.
  • Has $3.181 Million Position in Anadarko Petroleum Co. (APC)

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    Earnings per share (EPS) breaks down the profitability of the company on a single share basis, and for Occidental Petroleum Corporation the EPS stands at -0.13 for the previous quarter, while the analysts predicted the EPS of the stock to be -0.02, suggesting the stock fell short of the analysts' expectations.