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Walking on water is not easy. Not too many people have the ability. Let's see, there's Jesus, and well, that's about it. Unfortunately for one pastor on the West Coast of Africa, his attempt to become the second man to make this impossible feat a reality cost him his life.

Pastor Franck Kabele, 35, told his congregation that he was capable of reenacting the very miracles of Jesus Christ. He decided to make it clear through way of demonstration on Gabon's beach in the capital city of Libreville.

Referencing Matthew 14:22-33, Kabele said that he received a revelation which told him that with enough faith he could achieve what Jesus was able to.

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"He's funny, but not that funny. Thats when I knew the drugs kicked in, because I was laughing a little too much" Said Oprah Winfrey about her run in with comedian Bill Cosby.

The raining queen of daytime Tv Oprah Winfrey is set to reveal she was drugged by comedian Bill Cosby on an OWN network show episode, but decided to wait before revealing it, because she's not into ruining a black man.

"He was never able to rape me; Even while drugged I overpowered him, but let's just say he got to second base" Said the media Mogul to Iyanla in this scathing interview that will probably be the end of Bill Cosby being that Oprah's word is golden to whites and blacks worldwide.

"Oprah's word is like Jesus"

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LAS VEGAS, Nevada— A California man who called for two prostitutes to come to his hotel room said he collapsed to the floor and had a panic attack when he saw it was two of his daughters.

Father-of-ten, Titus McDonalds of Los Angeles, said he was having marital problems and went to Las Vegas to blow off steam.

"I have never gotten a prostitute in my life," McDonalds told Las Vegas Weekly. "I swear to Christ. What are the odds it was my own flesh and blood that showed up? I think this is Lord's way of bitch-slapping me."

His daughters, who he hadn't seen in years, fled the room upon recognizing their father. Once McDonalds had recovered from the initial shock, he found his daughters, aged 20 and 23, in a casino bar.

"I told them I was sorry for what I done did," McDonald's said. "I apologized for my actions and said I just want my family whole again. My daughters and I have patched up our relationship. My marital problems are not over, but we have a wonderful counselor who is helping us to get over this most difficult period."

McDondalds lost touch with his daughters when they disappeared from the family home three years ago.

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The chairman of solar panel firm Hanergy (HNGSF) lost $15 billion on Wednesday when shares in the company plummeted 47% in Hong Kong trading -- in about an hour. The company saw $18.6 billion wiped off its market value.Trading in Hanergy shares was halted Wednesday pending release -- the company said -- of an announcement "containing inside information." The company has not commented further since, and the shares are still suspended.
Li owns just over 80% of Hanergy. He failed show up for the company's annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday, which began as the shares were plunging. A company spokesperson said he was attending the opening of Hanergy's clean energy exhibition in Beijing instead.


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Emmanuel Adebayor has been granted compassionate leave by Tottenham and will return to Togo 

Emmanuel Adebayor will not be available for Tottenham's final game against Everton on Sunday or the club's post-season tour of Malaysia and Australia after being granted compassionate leave.
The striker, who has only featured three times in the Premier League for Spurs since November, will return to his home country of Togo in an attempt to sort out the family problems which have plagued his season.
Adebayor took to Facebook on Wednesday to claim that his brothers, Kola and Peter, once held a knife to his throat in order to extort money from him during his time at Monaco.He also revealed that he has contemplated committing suicide 'many times' and that his sister Iyabo would often have to convince him not to kill himself.
It was after a training session with Monaco that Adebayor returned home and woke to find a knife held against him by his two brothers, who had previously arrived at his apartment uninvited.
'I was very tired and decided to go take a nap,' the 31-year-old revealed on Wednesday. 'I woke up and a knife was held to my throat. As I opened my eyes, both of my brothers were there.
'They were shouting and they claimed that I was wasting their time. Peter was going mad and Kola was supporting.
'I asked them: "Is this the only way to solve this issue? If yes, then kill me and take the money." It's only at that moment that he put the knife down.'
Adebayor phoned his mother, Alice, before contacting the police, which he later claims was held against him by his family as he was accused of being a 'bad person' for doing so.The Togo international allowed his brothers to stay because 'blood is thicker than water', but gave Kola an unknown amount of money for his 'own safety'.
Kola apparently blamed Adebayor for Peter's death because the shop he bought for him 'was not good enough', and he would receive texts from his older brother telling him his 'career would be destroyed'.
Adebayor has been excused from training this week and may well have played his last game for Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham look to offload him during the summer transfer window.
The former Arsenal and Manchester City forward, who has just over a year left on his contract, is being considered by Aston Villa as Tim Sherwood plans for the departure of Christian Benteke.
Adebayor has previously claimed that another brother, Rotimi, stole 21 mobile phones from a French football academy, a shirt given to him by the late Marc-Vivien Foe, a match-worn Zinedine Zidane jersey and a £25,000 Cartier necklace which the Spurs striker had bought for his mother.

Adebayor (right) pictured with his other brother, Rotimi, who he has accused of stealing from him

Adebayor (right) pictured with his other brother, Rotimi, who he has accused of stealing from him
The 31-year-old also said that he was not allowed to visit his brother Peter before he died.

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An unbelievable turnaround here @SportingPark! Three goals in 14 minutes have given the hosts a 3-1 lead over New England.


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The first page of an al Qaeda job application as discovered by the U.S. government in Osama bin Laden's Pakistan compound following the 2011 Navy SEAL raid 

Among the documents discovered in Osama bin Laden's lair four years ago was an al Qaeda-job application, which quizzed hopeful jihadists on their career history, foreign language skills and requested emergency contact numbers should they take part in a suicide mission.
The form, chilling in the mundane nature of its bureaucratic questions, was one of hundreds of pieces of information released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on Wednesday.
The form, translated by the CIA, reads: 'Please enter the required information accurately and truthfully. Write clearly and legibly. Name, age, marital status.
'Do you wish to execute a suicide operation?

Terror in the mundane: Potential wagers of al Qaeda's holy war were quizzed on health, prior jobs and emergency contact numbers in an application form 

The al Qaeda application form had a list of extensive questions including about hobbies and pastimes