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Good Friday Service and on Sunday, there will be a 6 a.m. Good Friday service, April 14 , 7 p.m. This will be a quiet time of reflection and prayer. Following breakfast, there will be an Easter egg hunt . Calvary Apostolic will be offering Sunday Service at 10:00 a.m., as well. Then, Sunday School will begin at 9:30 a.m., with a Worship Service at 10:45 a.m.
  • Uzbekistan 'had warned West about Stockholm attack suspect'

    Uzbekistan 'had warned West about Stockholm attack suspect'

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    Akilov was detained at the Turkish-Syrian border in 2015 and deported back to Sweden, the insider said. The source added that in February, Uzbekistan authorities had put him on a list of wanted people suspected of religious extremism. He was already wanted by police for failing to comply with a deportation order. Police have since revealed the 39-year-old has been living in the Scandinavian country since at least 2014 - but a security source said he had tried to leave.
  • Sweden Attack Suspect Had Been Ordered To Leave Country

    Sweden Attack Suspect Had Been Ordered To Leave Country

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    In July 2016, a Tunisian man killed 86 people after driving a truck through Bastille Day celebrations in Nice, France, before he was shot and killed by police. Karin Rosander, spokeswoman for Sweden's prosecutors office, said that the second person arrested was "suspected of terror crimes through murder". He was known to have expressed sympathy for groups including so-called Islamic State, but had been seen only as a "marginal character", police said.
  • Tillerson says missile strikes carry a message for others

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    Bearing in mind that Trump asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to increase pressure on North Korea, Abe told the US president that the Japanese government is "paying considerable attention to China's response". The report did not name the official, which is common in KCNA reports. South Korea played down the possibility of a pre-emptive USA attack on North Korea on Monday, saying it wants to settle North Korea's nuclear issue peacefully, and the US supports that position.
  • Syria's Assad: Chemical attack was fabrication

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    A man breathes through an oxygen mask as another one receives treatments, after what rescue workers described as a suspected gas attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rebel-held Idlib, Syria April 4, 2017. In Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Thursday that OPCW inspectors should visit both the Syrian air base, which the USA said served as a platform for the attack, and Khan Sheikhoun to get a full and objective picture.
  • FBI Reportedly Got Court Order To Monitor Trump Adviser's Communications

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    The FBI obtained a secret court order previous year to monitor the communications of Page, whom the Trump campaign had hired as a foreign policy adviser in March 2016, The Washington Post reported . The White House and Federal Bureau of Investigation have declined to comment. The warrant was issued last summer, according to USA officials, as part of the investigation into the Trump campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation.
  • Kim Jong Un opens complex of N. Korean high-rise apartments

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    North Korea carried out two nuclear tests a year ago. On Tuesday, Japan said it was planning to conduct joint drills with the US carrier strike group in what is seen as a show of force to deter North Korea from launching any missiles. USA allies in the region, South Korea and Japan, have both asked Washington to consult with them before taking military action against Pyongyang. "Commercial satellite imagery of North Korea's Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site from April 12 shows continued ...
  • China warns war over N. Korea could erupt 'at any moment'

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    China is more than a little anxious about the escalating situation in North Korea with China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi warning that a conflict could break out "at any moment". While the hermit kingdom is thought to be in the final stages of conducting its sixth nuclear test, there is also speculation that Washington would not hesitate to use military force to quell North Korea's ambitious weapons programmes.
  • British woman reportedly stabbed to death in Jerusalem

    British woman reportedly stabbed to death in Jerusalem

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    Israeli policemen block a road where the light train passes following a stabbing attack just outside Jerusalem's Old City, according to Israeli police April 14, 2017. It has been a big turnout this year, notes Berger, because the Eastern Orthodox and Western Churches are observing Good Friday at the same time. Palestinian teenager Jassem Muhammad Nakhla, who was shot and grievously injured by Israeli forces near the Jalazone refugee camp in the central occupied West Bank in March, succumbed ...
  • Evacuations from besieged Syrian towns begin under government deal with rebels

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    The evacuation of nearby Zabadani, another town surrounded by government forces and their allies and included in the deal, appeared to have been delayed. The armed opposition fighting for six years to unseat Assad is mostly Sunni Muslim, like most of Syria's population. Assad is from the Alawite religious minority, often considered an offshoot of Shi'ite Islam.
  • Rex Tillerson to urge Russian Federation to end support for Assad regime

    Rex Tillerson to urge Russian Federation to end support for Assad regime

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    The top military official went on to say that Russian Federation demands a " thorough investigation " of the April 4 incident in the town of Khan Sheikhoun located in Syria's Idlib province. "That's why we are not presupposing how that occurs", Tillerson added. In comparison, Haley told CNN Sunday that removing Assad was a U.S. priority and inevitable.
  • Manufacturing pulls down factory output, IIP dips 1.2% in Feb

    Manufacturing pulls down factory output, IIP dips 1.2% in Feb

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    On the other hand, retail inflation jumped to a five-month high of 3.81 percent in March on costlier protein items, edible oils and non-food products like fuel and light. This was along a 1.1% fall in output of non-durable consumer goods, a wide category including fresh vegetables and clothing. The future trajectory (initial months of FY18) of CPI inflation will largely depend upon how vegetable prices will pan out (which are now in negative territory due to seasonal factors), as inflation ...