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  2. Fake news - Wikipedia

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    Fake news has become popular with various media outlets and platforms. Researchers at Pew Research Center discovered that over 60% of Americans access news through social media compared to traditional newspaper and magazines. With the popularity of social media, individuals can easily access fake news or similar content.

  3. Cyberwarfare - Wikipedia

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    Cyberwarfare is the use of digital attacks against an enemy state, causing comparable harm to actual warfare and/or disrupting the vital computer systems. There is significant debate among experts regarding the definition of cyberwarfare, and even if such a thing exists.

  4. T. B. Joshua - Wikipedia

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    Temitope Balogun Joshua (12 June 1963 – 5 June 2021), popularly known as T. B. Joshua, was a Nigerian charismatic pastor, televangelist, and philanthropist.He was the leader and founder of Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), a Christian megachurch that runs the Emmanuel TV television station from Lagos.

  5. COVID-19 party - Wikipedia

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    A COVID-19 party (also called coronavirus party, corona party, and lockdown party) is a gathering held with the intention of catching or spreading COVID-19.A number of news reports in the United States have suggested that parties have occurred with this intention.

  6. Islamic terrorism - Wikipedia

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    A "group of influential Muslim Americans" consulted by the Office, cautioned it may not be "strategic" to use terms such as “jihadist,” “Islamic terrorist,” “Islamist,” and “holy warrior” in many situations. History Pre-Twentieth century. Whether Islamic terrorism is a recent phenomenon is disputed.

  7. Sierra Leone - Wikipedia

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    The group set up the National Reformation Council (NRC), with Andrew Juxon-Smith as its chairman and Head of State of the country. On 18 April 1968 a group of low ranking soldiers in the Sierra Leone Army who called themselves the Anti-Corruption Revolutionary Movement (ACRM), led by Brigadier General John Amadu Bangura, overthrew the NRC junta ...

  8. Homosexuality and the Anglican Communion - Wikipedia

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    Headlines in North America announced that the Scottish Episcopal Church had agreed to ordain gay and lesbian people in committed relationships. The Church thus released a statement pointing out that the policy was not news. Regarding the media release, the Church said: "Press interest has focused on one small part of the overall statement".

  9. Catholic Church sexual abuse cases by country - Wikipedia

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    Prevalence. In a statement read by Archbishop Silvano Maria Tomasi in September 2009, the Holy See stated, "We know now that in the last 50 years somewhere between 1.5% and 5% of the Catholic clergy has been involved in sexual abuse cases", adding that this figure was comparable to that of other groups and denominations.