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Church faces daily $100 fine for housing homeless on its lot, battles with neighbors

While helping the homeless may be God’s work, housing them on property not zoned for it isn’t, according to one Delaware county. Victory Church near Dover is racking up $100-a-day fines for housing a young, blind mother in an RV in its parking lot. Read Full Article at
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Accorsing to an Amnesty International report, neither the Ukrainian military, nor representatives of the self-proclaimed republics have been punished for crimes committed during the conflict
Armenia’s minister of foreign affairs Edward Nalbandian extended condolence on the death of Russia’s Permanent Representative to the UN Vitaly Churkin
The Supreme Court’s ruling has come into force and cannot be appealed against
Amnesty International once again slammed the US administration over the Guantanamo Bay prison established in Cuba in 2002
Russia’s Supreme Court has repealed a guilty verdict passed on opposition activist Ildar Dadin for violating the rules of public gatherings, a TASS correspondent reports from the courtroom. "The Pres
The Russian occupation forces fired Grad rocket launchers on the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the village of Vodiane, the press service of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarter
Nothing good could ever come of an ideology of terror and violence, Maria Zakharova warns
Slovenians are among four NATO nations that would pick Russia over NATO to help them out if they were attacked, according to a 66-country WIN/Gallup International poll.
In 2016, Rosneft and BP announced the completion of the deal to dissolve the refining and petrochemical Joint Venture
Companies in Mpumalanga have reached an agreement with Eskom that they will pay their electricity bill to the power supplier for the next two months.
The eThekwini Municipality's executive committee approved a payment solution that allows residents to receive and settle their bills electronically.
Western Cape health and education departments visited schools across the province to raise awareness around teenage pregnancies
Stockings maker Polzela, which was sent into receivership in December, has resumed production with just over 30 workers. According to receiver Zlatko Hohnjec, production will be launched in stages an
The number of Dutch youngsters who say they belong to a particular religion has gone down sharply over the past...
Firefighters continue to battle a blaze at Kylemore, outside Stellenbosch, two days after it broke out.
A Russian diplomat stresses Ukraine's foreign minister, who has called for stripping Russia of the veto power in the UN SC, should focus on addressing problems in his home country first
Nigeria’s domestic carrier,  Air Peace, has taken delivery of its 12th aircraft, a 114-capacity Boeing 737-500. Air Peace Chief Operating Officer, Mrs Oluwatoyin Olajide, told newsmen on Wednesday in
The unresolved Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is a serious threat to peace, security, stability and comprehensive cooperation in the South Caucasus region
Malaysian police say they are seeking a senior official at the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur in connection with the killing of Kim Jong-nam, according to the BBC.
OMV Petrom, the largest oil and gas producer in Southeastern Europe, on Wednesday announced an investment of nearly EUR60 million for a new unit to be built at the Petrobrazi Refinery, based on inno
With three weeks to go before the general election, a new poll of polls puts the PVV and VVD almost...
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has today received a US delegation led by Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Diplomacy in the Department of State’s Bureau of Energy Resources R
At the invitation of Armenia’s Ambassador to India Armen Martirosyan, the Armenian delegation also visited New Delhi.
Russia’s top court has vacated the sentence of Ildar Dadin – the first person jailed under a recently adopted law which harshens the penalty for repeated violations of the rules for pub
Mehriban Aliyeva has been carrying out a great job for many years in Azerbaijan in several areas of public activity, Novruz Mammadov, deputy head of Azerbaijani presidential administration, chief of t
Zdenka ?ebašek Travnik, the new boss of the Medical Chamber, has come under pressure after it was revealed what kind of salary she expects. Despite the outcry, she is not planning to step down. "
A 50-year-old woman was trapped in her house for hours after a wall separating her and her neighbour’s house collapsed in Pretoria.
In just two hours on Wednesday morning, one private ambulance service responded to nine accident's on the North Coast.
"We are really very grateful that many our future officers study in Russia’s best military educational institutions. This is a very important form of cooperation”, he said.
Samuel Awoyinfa The entire Sango-Ota axis in Ado Ota local Government Area of Ogun is now engulfed in protest. Vehicular and human traffic along Abeokuta-Lagos Expressway in that axis has been paralys
The number of churches, priests and seminaries in Russia is growing rapidly. According to VCIOM, about 20,000 Orthodox churches opened in the past 15 years. In the Moscow Diocese alone, the number of
Ukrainian government forces' positions came under attack by Grad rocket launchers and heavy machineguns near Vodiane and Shyrokyne in Donbas on Wednesday morning, the staff of the Anti-Terrorist opera
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