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Brenton Tarrant in the High Court in Christchurch this week. He was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole on dozens of counts of murder and attempted murder and one count of terrorism. (Image by John Kirk-Anderson/AP).jpg

New Zealand mosque shooter sentenced to life in prison

Brenton Tarrant, who killed 51 Muslims as they prayed, is first in New Zealand to be sentenced to life without parole. A court in New Zealand has sentenced a self-confessed white supremacist who killed 51 Muslims as they prayed at two mosques in Christchurch to life imprisonment without parole, the first time such a sentence has been handed down in […]

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Hurricane Laura makes landfall at Louisiana with 150mph winds and 'unsurvivable' surge

Hurricane Laura makes landfall at Louisiana with 150mph winds and ‘unsurvivable’ surge

Hurricane Laura hits southwestern Louisiana amid warning of ‘potentially catastrophic impacts’ (Evening Standard) Hurricane Laura is coming ashore as an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm near Cameron, Louisiana. A catastrophic storm surge and damaging winds is battering the region and a threat of flooding rain and strong winds will extend well inland.   At a Glance Laura has made landfall […]

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Sins of The Father

What Does the Bible Say About Sins Of The Father?

Parents are not to be put to death for their children, nor children put to death for their parents; each will die for their own sin. Deuteronomy 24:16 Children are not punished for the sins committed by their parents; neither are parents punished for the sins of their children. Each of us is responsible for our own sins. Ezekiel 18:20 […]

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There was tight security at the court as the hearing began

Christchurch shooting: Gunman Tarrant wanted to kill ‘as many as possible’

A sentencing hearing begins for the man behind the worst mass shooting in modern New Zealand’s history. Christchurch mosque gunman Brenton Tarrant wanted to kill as many people as he could and had planned to attack a third mosque, a court was told as his sentencing hearing began. The mass murderer appeared at the High Court in the New Zealand […]

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Tropical Storms Marco and Laura Both Headed to the Gulf of Mexico

Tropical Storms Marco and Laura Both Headed to the Gulf of Mexico

Marco is expected to become a hurricane on Saturday and Laura is forecast to produce heavy rain over several Caribbean Islands. KHOU 11 Meteorologists and the National Hurricane Center are keeping a close eye on Tropical Storms Laura and Marco. Both systems are expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico, and from there, it’s still uncertain where they will […]

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ECWA President Rev Stephen Baba

ECWA President commends the Nigerian Federal Government for deployment of troops to Southern Kaduna

The Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) worldwide has said it is elated by the news of deployment of both the Nigerian Army and Air Force special troops to stop the killings, destruction of property and hindrances to agro–economic activities in Southern Kaduna. ECWA President Rev Stephen Baba gave the commendation in a statement issued on Friday in Jos. Baba thanked […]

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55-year-old Egyptian farmer Makhluf Abu Kassem, center, sits with farmers under shade of a dried up palm tree surrounded by barren wasteland that was once fertile and green, in Second Village, Qouta town, Fayoum, Egypt, Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020. Abu Kassem fears that a dam Ethiopia is building on the Blue Nile, the Nile’s main tributary, could add to the severe water shortages already hitting his village if no deal is struck to ensure a continued flow of water. “The dam means our death,” he said. (Nariman El-Mofty/Associated Press)

Water already dwindling, Egypt’s farmers fear impact of dam

Egypt’s farmers already face severely stretched water resources due to years of mismanagement and increasing population SECOND VILLAGE, Egypt (AP) — In the winter of 1964, Makhluf Abu Kassem was born in this agricultural community newly created at the far end of Egypt’s Fayoum oasis. His parents were among the village’s first settlers, moving here three years earlier from the […]

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VP nominee Kamala Harris and Barack Obama speak at Democratic National Convention August 19, 2020

VP nominee Kamala Harris and Barack Obama speak at Democratic National Convention August 19, 2020

Sen. Kamala Harris will accept the Democratic Party’s vice presidential nomination, and former President Barack Obama will make the case for his own ex-running mate during the third night of the Democratic National Convention. Joe Biden became the party’s official presidential nominee on Tuesday night. Other notable speakers Wednesday night include Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Biden primary election rival who […]

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ECWA USA Zoom Conference - 22 August 2020

ECWA USA Zoom Conference: Sat. Aug. 22, 2020 From 10am-2pm EST

ECWA USA Consultation via Zoom Zoom link will be sent upon request On behalf of ECWA USA DCC I am personally excited to invite you to a Zoom conference in lieu of our 2020 National conference. We trust that our good Lord has been keeping you safe in these trying times with Covid-19 and the racial tensions we have been […]

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Demonstrators hold Japanese national flags as they march during a protest in support of the Yasukuni Shrine on August 15, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. (Image by Yuichi Yamazaki/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

Japan marks 75th anniversary of war end with no Abe apology

Japan is marking the 75th anniversary of its surrender in World War II, with Emperor Naruhito expressing “deep remorse” over his country’s wartime hostilities Japan on Saturday marked the 75th anniversary of its surrender in World War II, with Emperor Naruhito expressing “deep remorse” over his country’s wartime actions at a somber annual ceremony curtailed by the coronavirus pandemic. Naruhito […]

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