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'There's Nothing Left': Tears Of Sadness As Community Members Clean Uu [Video]

'There's Nothing Left': Tears Of Sadness As Community Members Clean Uu

CBS News reporter Michael George is on the scene in south Minneapolis where rattled Minneapolis residents work to clean up what's left (). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020

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'Neutral venues will have to be accepted' [Video]

'Neutral venues will have to be accepted'

Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden says clubs will have to accept playing in neutral venues, if required to do so.

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Dowden: Premier league matches to be broadcast on BBC [Video]

Dowden: Premier league matches to be broadcast on BBC

Oliver Dowden has confirmed one third of remaining Premier League football matches will be broadcast for free on the BBC. The culture secretary added that the money made from matches will be shared..

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Game reserve's survival at risk in lockdown [Video]

Game reserve's survival at risk in lockdown

A collapse in tourism during lockdown is threatening the existence of the Dinokeng Game Reserve, a unique conservation project.

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'Sport return won't affect 'R' rate' [Video]

'Sport return won't affect 'R' rate'

Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England Jonathan Van-Tam says the precautions taken for sport to return will not affect the 'R' number.

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Protesters hit with tear gas by Phoenix police amid protest [Video]

Protesters hit with tear gas by Phoenix police amid protest

Protesters were hit with tear gas and pepper spray during Friday night's rally in the downtown Phoenix area.

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Robbie Williams reveals his fear of break-ins at his Beverly Hills home whilst in lockdown [Video]

Robbie Williams reveals his fear of break-ins at his Beverly Hills home whilst in lockdown

Robbie Williams is worried about break-ins at his Los Angeles home, while he and wife Ayda Field are quarantining there with their four children.

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Senior Shout Outs: Peabody High, Bridgewater-Raynham, Excel Academy [Video]

Senior Shout Outs: Peabody High, Bridgewater-Raynham, Excel Academy

Graduation ceremonies may be on hold -- but we want to make sure some deserving seniors still get a shoutout!

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George Floyd Protest Damage: Widespread damage left behind in Oakland from violent rampage [Video]

George Floyd Protest Damage: Widespread damage left behind in Oakland from violent rampage

Widespread damage left behind in Oakland from violent rampage

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Pet of the Week: Hermione [Video]

Pet of the Week: Hermione

Today's pet of the week is sweet, two-month-old Hermione!

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TODAY'S FORECAST: Rainy forecast for San Francisco Bay Area from KPIX 5 Weather Team [Video]

TODAY'S FORECAST: Rainy forecast for San Francisco Bay Area from KPIX 5 Weather Team

Rainy forecast for San Francisco Bay Area from KPIX 5 Weather Team

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Wolfsbanee’s tips for dealing with mental stress at competitions [Video]

Wolfsbanee’s tips for dealing with mental stress at competitions

Game Changer host and competitive Hearthstone player Deborah “Wolfsbanee” Sim shares how she handles the mental stress of playing at a professional level.

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Rapper Killer Mike begs Atlanta 'not to burn your own house down' [Video]

Rapper Killer Mike begs Atlanta 'not to burn your own house down'

Rapper Killer Mike addressed demonstrators on Friday night in Atlanta, saying it is not the time to destroy the city but to "plot, plan, strategize, organize and mobilize" for political change.

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Environmentalists in dismay as Europe's newest coal-powered plant opens in Germany [Video]

Environmentalists in dismay as Europe's newest coal-powered plant opens in Germany

Environmentalists in dismay as Europe's newest coal-powered plant opens in Germany

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Govt: Competitive sport to resume from Mon [Video]

Govt: Competitive sport to resume from Mon

Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden confirms competitive sport can resume behind closed doors from June 1 in England.

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Senior Shout Outs: Tri-County Voc Tech, Boston Latin, Wachusett Regional [Video]

Senior Shout Outs: Tri-County Voc Tech, Boston Latin, Wachusett Regional

Graduation ceremonies may be on hold -- but we want to make sure some deserving seniors still get a shoutout!

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Chicago Weather: Cool But Beautiful Weekend Ahead Of Warmup Next Week [Video]

Chicago Weather: Cool But Beautiful Weekend Ahead Of Warmup Next Week

CBS 2 Meteorologist Tim McGill has the 8:30 a.m. forecast for Saturday, May 30, 2020.

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Peaceful Display Of Community Grief Remains At 38th And Chicago [Video]

Peaceful Display Of Community Grief Remains At 38th And Chicago

Christiane Cordero talked about what, so far, has remained an oasis of peaceful protest at the site of 38th and Chicago in South Minneapolis (). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020

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2 people on bike? Here's how much fine you'll have to pay in Delhi | Lockdown [Video]

2 people on bike? Here's how much fine you'll have to pay in Delhi | Lockdown

Delhi police fined a motorcyclist who had a pillion rider with him. Only one person is allowed to ride a two-wheeler to ensure social distancing amid the Covid-induced lockdown in the national capital...

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Tulsa Police are searching for missing teen who could have ran away [Video]

Tulsa Police are searching for missing teen who could have ran away

Tulsa teen vanishes as family desperately searches for clues

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Govt give green light for sport to resume [Video]

Govt give green light for sport to resume

The government have given the green light for sport to resume in June, Geraint Hughes reports.

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Scenes from a night of chaos in Denver [Video]

Scenes from a night of chaos in Denver

DENVER -- In a tweet just after 6 p.m. Friday, the Denver Police Department thanked protesters for letting their voices be heard for George Floyd in a peaceful manner, following a night of chaos near..

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WillPower Fitness Group [Video]

WillPower Fitness Group

WillPower Fitness Group

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Century-Old Boat Surfaces In Lake After Storm [Video]

Century-Old Boat Surfaces In Lake After Storm

A century-old boat has resurfaced after a storm.

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Saturday Forecast [Video]

Saturday Forecast

Another sunny and warm afternoon

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Vatican tees up summer fun with sports camp

Vatican City, May 30, 2020 / 09:00 am (CNA).- After weeks stuck indoors, the children of Vatican employees will be able to stretch their legs, and grow in their faith, at a sports camp hosted inside..
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Christ can overcome racism, Minnesota priest says at George Floyd prayer service

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‘Racism is not a thing of the past’ – US bishops respond to George Floyd killing

Leaders of the US bishops’ conference said the fight to eradicate racism is a pro-life issue The post ‘Racism is not a thing of the past’ – US bishops respond to George Floyd killing..
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Hearing ‘cry of the poor’ is key message of ‘Laudato si’, Cardinal Turkson says

Cardinal Peter Turkson has said that the principle of “non-violence” extends beyond opposing physical violence, and must include the protection of human rights from exploitation The post Hearing..
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New South Wales worship restrictions changed after complaints of unfair treatment

CNA Staff, May 29, 2020 / 05:46 pm (CNA).- Churches in New South Wales will be allowed to open with the same restrictions as other buildings, after Australian Catholics complained that religious..
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After death of George Floyd, Minnesota Catholics pray for justice

Denver Newsroom, May 29, 2020 / 03:55 pm (CNA).- While rioters and looters took to the streets, and parts of Minneapolis burned, some Minnesota Catholics called for justice, healing, and unity after..
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Last Missouri abortion clinic will stay open, despite state’s safety concerns

CNA Staff, May 29, 2020 / 03:15 pm (CNA).- The last abortion clinic in Missouri will be allowed to continue operating, despite the state’s decision not to renew its license last year because of..
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Swiss accounts frozen in Vatican property deal probe

CNA Staff, May 29, 2020 / 02:30 pm (CNA).- Tens of millions of euros have been frozen in Swiss banks as part of the investigation into a Vatican property investment, according to a Swiss media report...
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CDC removes faith guidance discouraging choirs, shared cups 

Washington D.C., May 29, 2020 / 12:56 pm (CNA).- The Trump administration has removed guidance on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website which discouraged, among other things,..
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Nuns put altar bread production on hold as they weather pandemic

Normally, St Cecilia’s Abbey produces millions of hosts a year, bringing revenue to the community of Benedictine nuns on the Isle of Wight. The post Nuns put altar bread production on hold as they..
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BBC impartiality is a sham. But social conservatives already knew that

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DC parishes expected to reopen with 10 person limit

CNA Staff, May 29, 2020 / 09:30 am (CNA).- After the mayor of Washington, D.C., lifted a stay-at-home order on Wednesday, public Masses in the Archdiocese of Washington are expected to resume with a..
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Blitz spirit? No, just staying home in slippers

The Queen hopes that “in the years to come, everyone will be able to take pride in how they responded to this challenge”, but I can’t say there is much … The post Blitz spirit? No, just..
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What the Notre-Dame fire did to France

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Handel’s plagues, Mahler’s mysticism: Music to console the spirit

The loss of all live concerts is surely one of the saddest impacts of the current health crisis, and we should spare a thought for those freelance musicians who, even … The post Handel’s..
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A good pub is hard to find – but not impossible

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The meaning of everything: Grace

What is grace? In everyday language, grace means a freely bestowed gift, worthy of admiration and associated with the idea of blessing, beauty and salvation. As a special divine action, … The post..
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How… going for a walk changed my life

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You’re planning a pilgrimage route. Where would you like to walk? I am always drawn to the Cotswolds because of its combination of nature and history – it offers the … The post On Pilgrimage:..
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Pope Francis to join Anglican archbishops for Pentecost service

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Election fraud case goes to court after Burundi bishops raise concerns

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Some experts split from Fauci on Holy Communion recommendation

Denver Newsroom, May 29, 2020 / 08:00 am (CNA).- As dioceses across the United States start to reopen public Masses, the scientist leading the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic..
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Vatican offers online book for parents facing difficult prenatal diagnosis

Vatican City, May 29, 2020 / 07:10 am (CNA).- The Vatican has published a free book online that can be a resource for parents facing a difficult or fatal diagnosis for their unborn child during..
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Churches to reopen for public Mass in Philadelphia

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Illinois church reopening restrictions 'not mandatory'

Washington, D.C. Newsroom, May 29, 2020 / 06:00 am (CNA).- The state of Illinois relaxed its restrictions on churches on Thursday, after Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh ordered the state..
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MPs propose bill to ban late abortions for cleft palate, cleft lip and club foot

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Papal message for UK Day for Life (CBCEW)

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Georgia county pays settlement to street preacher removed from gay pride festival (Religion Clause)

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Pope Emeritus Benedict's spiritual testament to be published after his death (National Catholic Register)

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In 2 Mexican states, lawmakers vote down bills to legalize abortion (CNS)

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'For the good is all' is theme of US bishops' Religious Freedom Week (USCCB)

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Vatican diplomat laments rising intolerance against religious believers (Vatican News)

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Nuns' network sees 'exponential increase' in people vulnerable to trafficking (Vatican News)

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German bishop quits synodal forum endorsing ‘polyvalent sexuality’

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St Cloud diocese reaches settlement on abuse claims, will file for bankruptcy

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Catholic gift shops near Vatican struggle to reopen after coronavirus lockdown

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