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Christians in the country yesterday joined their counterparts in the world to commemorate Easter, the day that marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
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Many of the services were Presbyterian but churches throughout the Province of all the main denominations marked the key date in the Christian calendar with early morning worship.
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