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Reporter Jason Rezaian on 544 days in Iranian jail: ‘They never touched me – but I was tortured’

  Rezaian shortly after his release … ‘People say, well, you weren’t beaten.’ Photograph: The Washington Post/Getty Images Three years after being released from an Iranian prison, Jason Rezaian can still not quite shake off a recurring bad dream. It no longer dogs him several times a week as it did in the early days after his release,...

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‘We’re Not Allowed to Print Anything’ about Jesus, Chinese Print Shop Tells Church

      Christians in China’s Henan province hoping to celebrate the new year with Christ-centered calendars learned in recent days that such items are prohibited. A member of De’en Church in the district of Xigong told Bitter Winter that his congregation prepared a calendar for members but was told by a local printer that faith-based calendars are...

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Isabella PRESS RELEASE: Melodies Gets Innovative With Two Spanking New Videos For Indescribable – (The Movie & The Music Video)

    In a remarkable move within the Gospel Music sector, popular UK-Based Psalmist & Songwriter, Isabella Melodies, releases two brand new visuals for her previously released song, Indescribable.  Indescribable is the title track  of her 7th studio album which was originally released in November 2017 (Indescribable, The Complete Album). “Indescribable, The Movie” is a gripping short film...

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Prophet Owolabi hints winner of Buhari, Atiku presidential contest

A renowned cleric, Prophet Christopher Owolabi, on Tuesday, predicted that the tenure of the present administration under President Muhammadu Buhari would extend beyond 2019. Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) will slug it out with Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) next month. NAN reports that Owolabi, General Overseer Christ Apostolic Church Ori-Oke, Irapada, Omu-Aran,...

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Steph Curry and Liberty University Graduate Donate Thousands of Shoes to Children in Need

  Nearly two decades ago, Liberty alumnus Emmanuel Ntibonera (’13, Health Promotion, MBA) was a refugee—a child on the run from the Second Congo War. He and his family, including eight younger siblings, eventually immigrated to the United States, but his heart hurt for those suffering back home—over 5 million dead in ten years. He returned to his...

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Disagreements shouldn’t be cause of hatred, says Archbishop ahead of Brexit vote

  A 'new emphasis on forgiveness' can help Britain and Europe move forward from their current divisions, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said. Writing in Prospect magazine ahead of Tuesday's crunch Brexit vote in the Commons, Archbishop Justin Welby said British society seemed to have arrived at a place where debate had spiralled into hate. He said people needed to...

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