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"Alabama the southern Baptist convention is holding a national meeting that's dominated by discussion of a large scale, sex abuse crisis delegates are expected to adopt new abuse prevention measures and consider a proposal making it easier to expel churches, that mishandle abuse cases pressure on the churches intensified in recent months due in part to news reports asserting that hundreds of southern Baptist. Clergy and staff have been accused of sexual misconduct over the past twenty years, including dozens who returned to church. Duties, the meeting comes as US Catholic bishops convened to address the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic church. I Walter Ratliff allegations that a thirteen year old boy molested younger children of the US air force base are giving renewed urgency to an issue. The defense department long ignored after congress acquired the Pentagon overhaul how it responds to reports of sexual assault among children on the American bases. This is townhall dot com. A five year old boy, and you got has been diagnosed with a bullet the World Health Organization has reported the child died in a medical isolation unit in western Uganda. Not far from the Congolese border. He crossed over on Sunday, along with several other family members. They were returning from a visit to the deal sea during which the child's grandfather died of a bowler since the outbreak. Began last August about two thousand cases have been reported in eastern Congo. Two thirds of them have been fatal in recent months. Ugandan authorities have been preparing for the arrival of a bowler, Thaksin, eighteen thousands of health workers. That report from the BBC's grant, ferret traffic has been restored at the heart of Hong Kong, a day after clashes between police and protesters opposed legislation that would allow criminal suspects to be set to mainland China retrial, heavy rain Thursday morning kept fresh protests from following those on Wednesday. More of these stories at townhall."