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Leader of Lord Our Righteousness Church jailed on charges of sexual contact with minors print that page

The leader of a controversial religious group in New Mexico was arrested Tuesday and is being held by police on multiple charges of sexual contact with minors. Wayne Bent, 66, referred to by his followers as Michael Travesser, was arrested by state police at his compound near Union County

wikinews.org | 2015/7/10 5:32:29

Leader of controversial New Mexico religious group jailed on charges of sexual contact with minors print that page

The leader of a controversial religious group in New Mexico was arrested Tuesday and is being held by police on multiple charges of sexual contact with minors. Wayne Bent, 66, referred to by his followers as Michael Travesser, was arrested by state police at his compound near Union County

wikinews.org | 2008/5/8 5:06:36

MTV debuts 'Logo' cable channel targeting gay market print that page

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Logo will present original series, documentaries and specials as well as a library of over 200 lesbian and gay films. The cable channel is also teaming up with CBS News to cover lesbian and gay stories and headlines. While the channel debuted Thursday, Viacom, the parent comany of Logo,

First television channel in Esperanto launches online print that page

Jungle') and publishes music. The original intention was to establish a 24-hour streamed online channel , with four hours of original programming per day (repeated six times daily) and a daily news bulletin. A subsequent international fundraising campaign to raise the required sum of €35

wikinews.org | 2015/7/9 23:32:35

Al Gore-owned cable news channel to relaunch August 1 with viewer-created content print that page

Starting August 1, the channel will be known as Current and will aim its news programming at the 18-34 year old demographic that traditionally does not tune into cable news. "The Internet opened a floodgate for young people whose passions are finally being heard, but TV hasn't followed suit

wikinews.org | 2015/7/9 13:41:41

National Geographic reporter faces espionage charges in Sudan print that page

the trial until September 10th. Until then both the editors of the Chicago Tribune and National Geographic are working through diplomatic channels to ensure his release back to the United States. National Geographic Magazine Editor in Chief Chris Johns was quoted as saying, "Paul Salopek

wikinews.org | 2015/7/10 8:23:39