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Source: The Guradian

Christian leader Jerry Falwell urges Trump support: 'He’s a moral person'

Wednesday 05:10 GMT

Donald Trump is a “good moral person” and an example to the nation, according to one of the most prominent evangelical Christians in the US. Jerry Falwell, who is credited along with other evangelical leaders with delivering a huge Christian vote for Trump in 2016, said he had “no doubts, no hesitations” about supporting the president.

Ever since I’ve known him, he’s been a good, moral person, a strong leader, a tough leader – and that’s what this country needs.”

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Source: The Guradian

Guatemala's former vice-president jailed for 15 years on corruption charges

Wednesday 17:18 GMT

Guatemala’s former vice-president Roxana Baldetti has been jailed for more than 15 years on corruption charges linked to a multimillion-dollar fraud over a bogus scheme to clean up a contaminated lake, thanks to an investigation backed by the UN crime fighting force.

Public prosecutors backed by the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala (Cicig) uncovered a criminal network run by Baldetti which conspired to award an $18m government contract to an Israeli company for a clean-up potion that turned out to be sea water.

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Source: CBS News

"It was life or death": Mexico Beach residents describe facing Hurricane Michael

Sunday 05:10 GMT

Hurricane Michael was one of the most powerful hurricanes to ever make landfall in the U.S., and this Gulf Coast community of about 1,000 people was in its bullseye Wednesday.

He said it took all of his strength to hold his sliding door shut as the waters outside the glass rose higher than those flooding the house.

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Source: Fox News

Jerry Falwell Jr.: President Trump freed Pastor Brunson from Turkey because Trump is a good and moral person

Today 10:51 GMT

The decision by Turkish officials to release American pastor Andrew Brunson, who met with President Trump at the White House on Saturday, was welcome news.

A Turkish court freed Brunson Friday, after he had been held prisoner for two years following an attempted military coup in Turkey. He was charged as a conspirator in the plot, but Turkish authorities were unable to provide any satisfactory evidence to back up the charges against him.


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