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target=_blank>Clashes With Police In Albanian Opposition Rally

Thousands of Albanian opposition supporters have clashed with police in an anti-government rally to protest what they says is a corrupt and inefficient Cabinet, asking for its resignation and early elections. Supporters of Saturday’s Democratic Party-led rally broke police ranks as they tried to enter the building of leftist Socialist Party Prime Minister Edi Rama.
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target=_blank>North Macedonia: Bus Crash Death Toll Rises To 15

Health authorities say the death toll from a bus crash in North Macedonia has risen to 15 after a man died early Saturday at a clinic in the capital, Skopje. Authorities are still trying to determine how the bus carrying 51 passengers drove off a highway embankment and overturned west of Skopje on Wednesday. Prosecutors
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target=_blank>Egypt Says Deadly Extremist Attack Hits Sinai Checkpoint

Egypt’s military spokesman says extremists have attacked an army checkpoint in the troubled northern Sinai Peninsula, causing 15 casualties, including the killing of at least one officer. In a Saturday statement, Colonel Tamer Rifai said the army managed to kill seven of the extremists during the dawn firefight, but did not give any further information
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target=_blank>Merkel Urges China To Join Disarmament Efforts

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is calling on China to join international disarmament negotiations after the collapse of a Cold War-era treaty on nuclear weapons in Europe, according to Foxnews.com reports. The US earlier this month announced that it was pulling out of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty, accusing Russia of violating it. Moscow followed
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target=_blank>Bruno Ganz, Who Played Hitler In Downfall, Dies Aged 77

Bruno Ganz, who played Hitler in the 2004 film Downfall, has died aged 77. The Swiss actor died at home in Zurich on Friday night, his management said, according to Bbc.com reports. Ganz was well-known in German-language cinema and theatre and also had roles in English-language films including The Reader and The Manchurian Candidate. His
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target=_blank>Election Postponement, Conspiracy Against Buhari’s Govt – Diasporas

A cross section of Nigerians in Europe said the postponement the 2019 General Elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was a “sad, insensitive and a conspiracy against the Buhari administration.” They stated this on Saturday against the backdrop of the postponed presidential elections to February 23. In telephone interviews with the News Agency
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*-abuse-allegations/ target=_blank>Former Cardinal McCarrick Defrocked Over S** Abuse Allegations

Former United States Cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been expelled from the Roman Catholic priesthood following allegations against him, including sexual abuse of minors, the Vatican said on Saturday. McCarrick, who in July became the first Roman Catholic prelate in almost 100 years to lose the title of cardinal, has now become the highest profile church
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target=_blank>Bond 25 Release Date Postponed

The ‘Bond 25’ release date has been pushed back. The upcoming James Bond movie – starring Daniel Craig as the suave super spy – was originally due to be released on February 14, 2020, but it has now been postponed until April 8, 2020, MGM has announced. Cary Fukunaga is directing the movie, which is
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target=_blank>Should Christians Honour Unbelieving Parents Who Refuse To Get Converted?

NGOZI UMA, CHINYERE ABIAZIEM Dear Believing, my parents are pagans who  belief in God, but don’t want to be converted to Christ, I grew up in a home where almost everything was done in a diabolic way, after I left secondary school , I gave my life to Christ, I tried preaching Christ to my
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Nigeria Needs Credible, Versatile Leaders – Apostle Christopher

Apostle Dr. Charles Christopher is the Senior Pastor of God Is At Work Ministry. In this interview with Juliet Oyoyo, he speaks on issues affecting the country and the Christendom. Excerpts: Sir, a lot of Nigerians have attributed some of the crises we have had in the country to the inability of religious leaders to […]
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