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The group, which has 395 branches encompassing 175,000 members in the country, also warned of the damaging impact in the country for religious liberty. Some of the group's publications are listed as "extremist literature". "We fear that people will end up in jail", he said. The powerful Russian Orthodox Church has spoken out against the group, with one church official branding it a "destructive sect" last month.
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    Pastor accused of abusing women arrives at Hawks offices

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    The detectives have been investigating a number of alleged cases against the 58-year-old man for months. Police said in a statement that they had made contact with Pastor Tim Omotoso and his arrest was being arranged. "We should‚ therefore‚ allow these processes to run unhindered so that the law can take its course". Reacting to this, Bishop Vusi Dube of the National Interfaith Council of SA said: "I challenge all honest Nigerian pastors to condemn this.
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    Dont waste votes on Congress, says Kejriwal

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    The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) released its manifesto for the upcoming municipal polls on Wednesday, promising to give a push to the cleanliness drive in the national Capital and complete eradication of corruption from the civic bodies. Lovely did not decide to shift his loyalty in one day or embrace a different ideology in spur of a moment.Dissent and infighting is not rare within a political party.
  • Fearing attack, Christians avoid the outdoors on Easter

    Fearing attack, Christians avoid the outdoors on Easter

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    He claimed to be the Son of God, he claimed to be the promised Messiah (Christ) prophesied about in the Old Testament, he claimed to have power over death, and he claimed to knowingly offering himself on the cross in order to accomplish payment of the penalty of my sin and yours.
  • Out at Fox, Bill O'Reilly denies harassment claims

    Out at Fox, Bill O'Reilly denies harassment claims

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    Fox News Channel released a statement on Wednesday announcing its new prime-time lineup in the wake of O'Reilly's departure. A critical mass of Fox women - so many that they could not be ignored - soon joined her. "He helped shape the kind of very polarized discourse that has come to define politics over the past few years in America", Hollihan said. His audience was larger in the first three months of this year than it has ever been, according to Nielsen.
  • Canadian policy 'very unfair' to American dairy? Not so fast, expert says

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    Canada has used a supply management system to control dairy production since the early 1970s. Trump is more likely to use his promised renegotiation of the North American Free Trade (NAFTA) to bring about change on dairy, said John Weekes, a former Canadian ambassador to the WTO and now an adviser at law firm Bennett Jones.
  • In Syria Syria's Assad is an 'arch-terrorist': British FM

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    Writing for the Sunday Telegraph, Johnson said the United Kingdom and its allies will gather evidence to prosecute those who were responsible for a recent chemical weapons attack in Syria. Dozens of people are said to have been killed by the suspected chemical weapon attack in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib on April 4. With the help of Russians and Iranians, and by dint of unrelenting savagery, he has not only recaptured Aleppo.
  • S. Korea indicts Lotte chief on bribery charge

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    Prosecutors also released a formal charge against Lotte Group chairman, Shin Dong-bin, after allegations of bribing Park with money in exchange for government license to open up a new Duty Free shop, ABC reported . It is the latest twist to a corruption scandal that rocked the country for months. Less than six months after the scandal emerged, Park's impeachment was confirmed by South Korea's Constitutional Court.
  • Evacuations ordered as Cyclone Cook takes aim at New Zealand

    Evacuations ordered as Cyclone Cook takes aim at New Zealand

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    Chief executive of industry body, New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers Inc (NZKGI) Nikki Johnson, said the group would be monitoring the situation and would assess damages after the weather had cleared. The storm is forecast to bring up to 250mm of rain to the Bay of Plenty , prompting some experts to liken it to the devastating Cyclone Giselle in 1968.
  • More Than 1000 Palestinians In Israeli Prisons Go On Hunger Strike

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    Protesters have launched sympathy marches in several major towns in the West Bank, such as Hebron and Ramallah. It is known that he has been placed into solitary confinement. Barghouti is one of the best-known among thousands of Palestinians jailed for charges ranging from stone-throwing and membership in terror groups, to attacks that wounded or killed Israelis.