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U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hand with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the end of the press conference after their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland, Monday, July 16, 2018. AP

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump accused the news media Thursday of trying to provoke a confrontation with Russia that could lead to war, as he continues to push back against criticism of his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "The Fake News Media wants so

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A youngster in church during the recent youth Sunday takeover at St. Gregory’s Anglican Church. October’s National Children’s Ministry Day is the event when the highest highlight is brought to children, especially at a time when the challenge is how to capture and encourage those church leaders who have not captured the importance of children’s ministry to awaken the potential that can emerge within their church when they center their vision around reaching children. FILE

The mission is a simple, but important one — to allow individuals from around the world to visit The Bahamas to evangelize children, equip parents and train children’s ministry workers, and to influence civic and kingdom leaders on the importance of reaching young people. While National

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A feature film “The Story of Jonah — A Lesson in Courage and Mercy”, that explains why Jonah feared his assignment and ran away, will be shown on the final day of this year’s Jehovah’s Witness convention. FILE

Jehovah’s Witnesses in The Bahamas and worldwide are gearing up for their annual convention series which this year will be held under the theme “Be Courageous”, with emphasis on how Christians can deal successfully with the challenges of modern life while at the same time

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As many of my valued readers will be aware of, I was brought up in my early years, until I was 13 years of age, in Birmingham, in the Midlands, in England before returning to the land of my birth Ireland. So although a very

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NBA star with the Golden State Warriors Klay Thompson, the son of Bahamian legendary basketball player Mychal Thompson, is shown mixing with young campers at the 31st Jeff Rodgers Basketball Camp yesterday. The Thompsons were special guests at the camp yesterday. TORRELL GLINTON

As he walked into the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium yesterday, Golden State Warriors’ shooting guard Klay Thompson was welcomed by screaming young fans as the 31st edition of the Jeff Rodgers Basketball Camp continued. Klay’s father, Bahamian legend Mychal “Sweet Bells” Thompson, and brother

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Bahamians Saketh Hegde, left, and Haylie Turnquest, right, travelled to St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, to compete in the R&A Junior Open at St. Andrews Golf Club. Both missed the cut. BAHAMAS GOLF FEDERATION JUNIOR DIVISION

The Bahamas Golf Federation (BGF) sent a couple players, Saketh Hegde and Haylie Turnquest, to compete in the R&A Junior Open at St. Andrews Golf Club in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland earlier this week, but both missed the cut. Hegde finished with a stroke total of

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SuperClubs Breezes is the title sponsor for the third round of the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour’s Signature Series. Shown from left are BPGT founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Riccardo Davis and SuperClubs Breezes representative Hedda Smith. KIRA HORTON

There is an old adage that says “the third time is the charm” and the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour (BPGT) is all set for round three in its signature series which is being dubbed ‘The Developmental Tour of The Bahamas’. The BPGT extends special thanks to

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