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A Jewish settler walks past Israeli settlement construction sites in the Israeli-occupied West Bank near Jerusalem on June 30. (Ammar Awad/Reuters)

Whatever Israel decides, a one-state reality looms

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his new coalition government may not roll the dice this week. The international community has counted the days to July 1 with a degree of dread, wary of Netanyahu following through on his vows to annex parts of Palestinian territory where Jewish settlements sit. But, at the time of this writing, it was not […]

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Nigerian high commission apartment in Ghana demolished by armed men

Nigerian High Commission apartments in Ghana demolished

Some new apartments built at the residence of the Nigerian High Commissioner in Ghana’s capital city Accra, have been demolished by bulldozers. The apartments have been constructed to house staff and visiting diplomats to the High Commission. But they have been pulled down under the supervision of gun wielding security officials. A source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs told Channels TV that […]

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Tourists are starting to flock to Majorca again (Reuters)

Visitors return to Spain as coronavirus state of emergency ends

Overseas visitors have begun arriving in Spain once more as the country reopens its borders and the three-month state of emergency declared in response to the coronavirus pandemic comes to an end. As the second most-visited country in the world, Spain is desperate to reactivate its vital tourism sector as soon as possible. The government has launched a publicity campaign […]

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Armed police attended the scene. (image, LNP)

UK: Terror in the park as knifeman goes on rampage killing 3

Three people are dead and three people have been seriously injured after a man went on a frenzied stabbing spree in a park where a Black Lives Matter protest had taken place two hours earlier. Police, air ambulance, helicopters and ambulance crews rushed to Forbury Gardens in the heart of Reading, Berkshire – 40 miles from London – at around 7pm on Saturday to find bodies soaked in blood lying unresponsive on the grass.

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Workers prepare and deliver food for people affected by the coronavirus pandemic, in Santiago, Chile. (Image, Alberto Valdés/EPA)

Coronavirus live news: Chile raises death toll by thousands as Victoria cases hit two-month high

Chile raises deaths to more than 7,000; six on Trump campaign test positive ahead of rally; Spain opens up for British tourists
School closures ‘will trigger UK child mental health crisis’
Spain to ‘freely’ welcome Britons without 14-day quarantine
Spaniards urged not to lower their guard as state of emergency ends
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Trump cancels overflow crowd address due to low turnout

Trump cancels overflow crowd address due to low turnout

President Donald Trump’s campaign canceled a previously scheduled speech to an expected overflow crowd outside of his campaign rally at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, because turnout numbers are lower than expected. CNN’s Abby Phillip reports.

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Covid-19: Ghana records significant recovery numbers

Covid-19: Ghana records significant recovery numbers

Ghanaian health officials on Saturday said over 10,000 persons infected with the coronavirus have now recovered. The significant number of recoveries means the country now has only a little over 3,000 active cases of the virus out of almost 14,000 infections. 85 persons have so far been confirmed to have died from the virus, according […]

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Sudanese militia leader Ali Kushayb, who is charged with 50 crimes against humanity and war crimes related to the conflict in Darfur, has appeared at the International Criminal Court. (Images AP/Peter Dejong).jpg

Sudan militia leader on run for 13 years makes appearance at the International Criminal Court in The Hague

A Sudanese militia leader who spent 13 years on the run from international war crime charges made his first appearance in front of the International Criminal Court at The Hague on Monday. Ali Kushayb, 70, also known as Ali Abd-Al-Rahman is accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity during deadly battles in the Darfur region from 2003 to 2004. […]

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Demonstrators protest Saturday, June 6, 2020, in Washington, over the death of George Floyd, a black man who was in police custody in Minneapolis. Floyd died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers. (Images AP/Alex Brandon)

Why Did This Happen?

What if we treated the issue of race in our criminal justice system as we do in our medical system? That is, not as a cause but as an index. What do I mean? Statistics in the criminal justice system show that blacks are more likely to be arrested for violent crimes, incarcerated, and victims of police shootings. Some conclude […]

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Police force a black youth to the ground. He was among about 80 student demonstrators who marched on the U.S. consulate on University Ave. to back civil rights workers in Alabama on March 16, 1966. (Gerry Barker/Toronto Star/Getty Images)

Church is the Right Place to Address George Floyd’s Death

Reaching, Touching and Changing Lives through Evangelism and Church Planting. Matt. 28:19-20 The Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in the USA is saddened by the murder of Mr. George Floyd by a policeman who swore to serve and protect lives. We weep as a nation because of our disregard for life not just in Floyd’s case but in so many […]

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