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US diplomats ordered to leave Chinese consulate as tensions escalate (Image- getty)

Chengdu: US leaves consulate amid row with China

China’s decision to close the US mission came after the US shut China’s consulate in Houston. The move is seen as a retaliation for China’s removal from its consulate in Houston, Texas. American diplomatic staff have left their consulate in the Chinese city of Chengdu, after a 72-hour deadline expired. China ordered the closure in response to the US closing […]

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Kaduna State Governor Nasir Elrufai with security operatives during the visit to Kajuru community

Southern Kaduna Killings: ECWA Backs Senate Resolution

The Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) has lent its voice in full support of the resolution adopted by the Senate during plenary calling on the service chiefs to resign or be sacked by President Muhammadu Buhari due to multi-pronged security challenges in the country. ECWA president, Rev. Stephen Baba Panya stated this in a press statement signed and issued in […]

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Press Statement by ECWA President, Rev. Stephen Panya, on the Ongoing Genocide Against Christians in Southern Kaduna by Fulani Militia and Jihadis

Press Statement by ECWA President, Rev. Stephen Panya, on the Ongoing Genocide Against Christians in Southern Kaduna by Fulani Militia and Jihadis

Download Press Statement by ECWA President, Rev. Stephen Panya, on the Ongoing Genocide Against Christians in Southern Kaduna by Fulani Militia and Jihadis 1. It has become pertinent again for the Evangelical Church Winning All, ECWA, to express deep concern on the ongoing decimation of Christians in Christian Communities of Southern Kaduna with brazen impunity by Fulani militia, and to […]

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Muscogee (Creek) Nation (Amanda Rutland/Muscogee Nation/ZUMA Press/Newscom)

US Supreme Court rules half of Oklahoma is Native American land

The ruling means that some tribe members found guilty in state courts for offenses committed on the land at issue can now challenge their convictions. Justice Neil Gorsuch, a conservative appointed by President Donald Trump, sided with the court’s four liberals and also wrote the opinion. He referred to the Trail of Tears, the forcible 19th Century relocation of Native […]

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ECWA USA DCC 2020 International Conference – Postponement

ECWA USA DCC 2020 International Conference – Postponement

Greetings in the precious name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. After careful consideration of the ongoing spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) overseas and in the United States, ECWA USA DCC Planning Committee decided not to conduct this year’s conference in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The 2020 National Conference has been rescheduled for July 2021. We ask for your patience as […]

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Before it was accepted by the country, Robert Gould Shaw was pushed to command the 54th Massachusetts regiment of all African-American soldiers, paving the way to equality

An Independence Day Message for Black Americans

Independence Day has largely become a day for barbecue and furniture sales. For many Americans, however, it remains an important day of reflection, a day to celebrate the founding of this great nation. This Independence Day may be more important than any in recent history, with protests continuing and historic symbols under attack. America’s past sins are being dredged up […]

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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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