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Zimbabwe police fire teargas to disperse opposition protesters | World | Reuters

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwean police on Friday fired teargas to disperse anti-government supporters gathering in a square in the capital Harare ahead of a planned protest calling for electoral reform, 11 more words

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Astrological Aspects

How many times have you started to read an article or a book and you seem to be reading the same phrase over and over again, your eyes glaze over and your eyelids feel heavy? 435 more words

Do Not Allow Anyone To  Look Down On You

​There are some people who feel as if they can bully, control and intimidate others because of a title and position they may hold. What those individuals fail to realize; while they are busy looking down on others and trying to manipulate or frighten others, God is behind the scenes working to bring those individuals down from a high place to a low place. 148 more words

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Teaching on Mark 3:1-6

In this week’s passage, we find the escalation of this stage of the opposition to Jesus. Here we find an extension of Jesus’ teaching from the previous week, where there’s controversy surrounding Jesus on the Sabbath. 71 more words

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Gambians in Senegal do not see Embassy as home

By Sanna Camara

The popular feeling among the Gambian community in Senegal, both exiles and residents alike, that their Embassy “is not homely to them and their needs outside Gambia” was enough reason for an opposition leader to conduct a visit there to discuss such matters. 231 more words

Silver Lining: Nexit May Spell End to Anti-Russian Sanctions

The possible holding of a Brexit-like referendum in the Netherlands may contribute to scrapping anti-Russian sanctions, Tom van Grieken, chairman of the Flemish far-right party Vlaams Belang. 521 more words

ISIS Opposition Gains Momentum On Twitter As Pro-ISIS Accounts Decline

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Using algorithms and network analysis tools, a new study found that opponents of ISIS are taking to Twitter to denounce the notorious terrorist group’s violent messages. 486 more words

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