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Churches involved in torture, murder of thousands of African children...
Posted On 10/17/2009 12:00:11 by Administrator
This Aug. 18, 2009 photo shows children accused Of witchcraft waiting for food at the Children's Rights and Rehabilitation Network in Eket, Nigeria. The idea Of witchcraft is hardly new, but it has taken on new life recently partly because Of a rapid growth in evangelical Christianity. Campaigners a[Churches involved in torture, murder Of thousands Of African children ... - Los Angeles Times]... Read More



Brazil and Spain separate from the rest of the world - Examiner.com
Posted On 10/17/2009 12:00:11 by Administrator
The five-time world champs remain the top team in the world, but their lead is now down to three points after their loss to Bolivia in La Paz and their draw against Venezuela at home to complete their World Cup qualifying campaign atop the CONMEBOL standings.Spain in the meantime were able to win th[Brazil and Spain separate from the rest Of the world - Examiner.com]... Read More



Ghana Claims First-Ever Under-20 World Cup for Africa - Voice of America
Posted On 10/17/2009 02:40:03 by Administrator
Ghana has claimed its first ever FIFA Under-20 World Cup, defeating Brazil in a heart-stopping series Of penalty kicks in Cairo, Egypt late Friday after a scoreless tie through 120 minutes Of regulation play and extra time. Ghana's Under-20 national team wrapped up a fantastic three-week performance[Ghana Claims First-Ever Under-20 World Cup for Africa - Voice Of America]... Read More



Bishops call Catholics to be main agents of change in Africa - Catholic...
Posted On 10/16/2009 08:10:03 by Administrator
By Cindy Wooden
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – African Catholics must become the main forces to ending the continent’s wars, promoting reconciliation, fighting corruption, safeguarding the family and protecting Africa’s natural resources, said members Of the special Synod Of Bishops[Bishops call Catholics to be main agents Of change in Africa - Catholic Free Press]... Read More



Ethiopian Sorghum Breeder Wins 2009 World Food Prize - Voice of America
Posted On 10/16/2009 08:00:06 by Administrator
The 2009 World Food Prize has been awarded to Gebisa Ejeta, an Ethiopian-born plant scientist at Purdue University. The private, $250,000 award -- presented at ceremonies in Des Moines, Iowa, October 15th -- is given annually to people who have helped address the world's food needs. This year's pr[Ethiopian Sorghum Breeder Wins 2009 World Food Prize - Voice Of America]... Read More



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