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Christians Slain by Islamists in Nigeria
In the latest of a series of attacks this year in the Wase area of Plateau state, Nigeria, Fulani Muslims killed one Christian and destroyed church buildings in four villages Tuesday.
Christian Executed in Somalia
This month, members of the militant al-Shabaab sect publicly executed a young man to death in southern Somalia simply because he was a Christian.
Today's Breaking News
Around the World
Russian Advanced Weapons for Syria: Unrevealed Secrets of Vladimir Putin's Recent Visit to London - Global Research
During his recent visit to London and meeting with British Prime Minister Cameron, President Putin passed on a message to the US and France in response to their recent announcement that they will arm the [Al Nusrah] fighters in Syria.
Obama walks tightrope on gay rights in Africa - USA Today
A young man wearing rainbow suspenders entered the heavily-guarded residence of the United States ambassador to Ivory Coast. So did a transgender woman in a ruffled, purple gown, as well as seven men wearing matching baby blue pants and neckties.
Sunni-Shiite hatred permeates Middle East - Times of Israel
It's not hard to find stereotypes, caricatures and outright bigotry when talk in the Middle East turns to the tensions between Islam's two main sects.
White House slams Hong Kong, China for shielding leaker - Washington Times
The White House blasted China on Monday for allowing confessed National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden to leave Hong Kong for Russia while he is being sought by U.S. authorities.
Latest bird flu strain 'kills more than a third' of patients, Chinese researchers say - Fox News
More than a third of patients infected with a new strain of bird flu died after being admitted to the hospital earlier this year, Chinese researchers report in a new study.
Syrian rebels renew fight for Aleppo - Reuters
Syrian rebels battled President Bashar al-Assad's forces in and around the northern city of Aleppo on Sunday, seeking to reverse gains made by loyalist forces in the commercial hub over the last two months, activists said.
Kerry seeks Netanyahu-Abbas meeting - Ynet News
US Secretary of State John Kerry will return to the Middle East for a new round of meetings on Thursday in an effort to press Israel and the Palestinians to return to the negotiating table.
Officials: Obama's policy team trying to 'reign in' Kerry over pledges to allies, rivals - Ha'aretz
Since becoming America's top diplomat, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has issued several as yet undelivered - and perhaps undeliverable - foreign policy promises, including a historic breakthrough in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Report: Abbas interested in restarting limited peace talks - Jerusalem Post
Palestinians are ready to restart negotiations with Israel, according to media reports on Monday night, just three days before US Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to return to Israel and the Palestinian territories for his fifth visit in four months.
Diplomats: Netanyahu ready to release Palestinian prisoners - Times of Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is prepared to release a limited number of Palestinian prisoners in exchange for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas dropping the return to the '67 lines as a precondition to resuming peace talks, diplomatic sources said Monday.
Hezbollah creates staging grounds in Syria - Asia Times
The extent of Hezbollah's involvement in the Syrian civil war has become more intense following the recent fall of the strategic, central-western Syrian border city of al-Qusayr in Homs governorate to Syrian military and Hezbollah forces.
IDF conducts surprise large-scale drill - Times of Israel
The IDF held a large-scale, surprise drill on Sunday that simulated three concurrent major terror attacks on Israeli soil, including a hostage situation. Although the exercise was planned and prepared for a year in advance, the exact date was not set and it was conducted as a surprise exercise for the participating soldiers.
Inside the United States
Officials: How Edward Snowden Could Hurt the U.S. - ABC News
As the U.S. intelligence community struggles to complete a damage assessment over the secret information allegedly stolen by NSA leaker Edward Snowden, sources told ABC News there is a growing consensus within the top circles of the U.S. government that the 30-year-old contractor could deal a potentially devastating blow to U.S. national security.
Immigration bill advances in Senate; border 'surge' amendment exposes GOP rift - Washington Times
Senators voted Monday to add 20,000 more Border Patrol agents to the southwestern border and require a total of 700 miles of fencing within a decade, clearing the way for the broad immigration bill to pass the chamber this week -- but opening deep divisions within the Republican Party.
Military gives a salute to Gay Pride Month; messages sent to commands - Washington Times
The U.S. military is embracing a celebration of homosexuals in the ranks this month by sending out a gay pride poster and a directive to commands, while planning a Pentagon symposium that will be attended by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.
Biggest Dead Zone Ever Forecast in Gulf of Mexico - National Geographic
A possibly record-breaking, New Jersey-size dead zone may put a chokehold on the Gulf of Mexico this summer, according to a forecast released this week.
States assert they have rights to reject federal laws - AP
Imagine the scenario: A federal agent attempts to arrest someone for illegally selling a machine gun. Instead, the federal agent is arrested -- charged in a state court with the crime of enforcing federal gun laws.
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