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South Africa apartheid assassin de Kock given parole

BBC News – South African apartheid-era death squad commander Eugene de Kock has been granted parole after 20 years in jail. He was nicknamed “Prime Evil” for his role in

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Kwakwaduam Association of New York Celebrates Fundraising Annual Dinner Dance

Kwakwaduam Association of New York celebrated its Annual Fundraising Dinner Dance over the MLK weekend in the Bronx. The theme for the fundraising was “Enhancing Maternal Care in the Akuapem

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Obama: Those Who Say I’m Not a Christian Don’t Know Me, But a Non-Christian President Would Be OK

The Christian Post – President Barack Obama said that those who believe he is not a Christian do not know him, but even if he were not a Christian, there

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Ghanaian social entrepreneur Kwaku Kyei wins Arab Gulf Prize

Myjoyonline – The Founder and President of the Recnowa Initiative, Kwaku Kyei has won the Arab Gulf Program World Prize 2013 for human development projects in the individual category focusing


Uganda: Pope Francis Confirms Visit

The Observer (Kampala)– It’s official. Pope Francis is coming to Uganda later this year, the Catholic Church here and the Vatican have confirmed. Excited by the news, the outgoing parish

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A Caution for Believers in 2015

Lawless – The new year brings hope and opportunity. Many of us have made New Year’s resolutions we are firmly committed (at least for now . . .) to keep


Nigerian Mother, Daughters Say Father Had His Throat Slashed by Boko Haram as They Fled Baga Massacre

Christian Post – The horror stories from terror group Boko Haram’s massacre in Baga earlier this month, believed to have killed as many as 2,000 people, continue flooding in. One

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King’s vision embraced by Ala. church

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Baptist Press) — An Alabama church whose pastor was criticized 52 years ago by Martin Luther King Jr. for contributing to the “silent — and often vocal —