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“The word ‘Christ’ you are trying to publish violates regulations on Internet Information Services, including, but not limited to the following categories: pornography, gambling, drug abuse, incitement.”

China’s WECHAT CENSORSHIP TEAM to Early Rain Covenant Church about its book review group’s post that included a reference to The Imitation of Christ by Thomas à Kempis.

“Explosives have been found under helmets, attached to doors, in the washing machine, and in cars.”

Ukrainian Interior Minister DENYS MONASTYRSKY, commenting on the tens of thousands of land mines and other booby-trap devices Russian forces left behind in Ukrainian neighborhoods.

“This was not a road rage incident—this was a grown man who took the life of a child because his feelings got hurt.”

PAUL CASTRO, whose son David, 17, died after shots were fired at their pickup truck in Houston last year following an Astros baseball game.

“I knew my body could still do what it could do, and obviously I have a love for the game. I think I’ll always have a love for the game. I do think, physically, I’ll be able to do it.”

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback TOM BRADY, who turns 45 in August, explaining why he ended his 40-day retirement in March.

“How can you accept prayers for the patriarch who is blessing the soldiers trying to kill your son?”

ANDREAS LOUDAROS, an editor for a news website that covers Orthodox church affairs. The head of the Russian Orthodox Church supports the war, placing Ukrainian worshippers in an untenable position.


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