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Around the World
Egyptian leader, military warn against violence ahead of planned protests - Washington Times
Egypt's interim President Adly Mansour said Thursday that elements in the country want to plunge it into turmoil, and the military issued a stern warning against violence a day before large protests are planned by supporters and opponents of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.
Alarm as steam seen rising from Fukushima reactor - UK Telegraph
The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is investigating a plume of steam that is rising from within the No. 3 reactor building but says radiation levels in the air have not risen.
U.S. military prepares for potential chemical weapons in Syria - CBS News
On Thursday, Secretary of State John Kerry met with Syrians who've fled the two-year-old civil war. He visited a sprawling refugee camp in Jordan that holds 115,000 refugees. Some pleaded with Kerry for U.S. military intervention in the war between rebels and the dictatorship of Bashar Assad.
As 'tide seems to have shifted' in Assad's favour, U.S. considering military action in Syria: top ge - National Post
The U.S. is considering the use of military force in Syria, the country's top general said Thursday.
Scientists find way to silence extra chromosome that causes Down syndrome - Fox News
For patients suffering from Down syndrome, the source of their condition can be traced back to just one extra chromosome inherited during development -- chromosome 21.
Israel 'readying peace gestures' to Palestinians - Fox News
The Israeli military is preparing to lift some restrictions on Palestinian movement in advance of possible renewed peace talks, army radio said on Thursday.
Wall Street Journal: Netanyahu Has Red Lines, Obama Doesn't - Wall Street Journal / Arutz Sheva
A Wall Street Journal editorial has claimed that Israel has attacked Syria at least four times in 2013.
Archeologists dig up King David's palace - Jerusalem Post
A joint excavation led by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authorities discovered two of the largest structures ever uncovered from the Kingdom of Judea, the Israel Antiquities Authorities announced on Thursday.
Netanyahu denies agreeing to peace talks based on '67 lines - Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu denied on Tuesday an official's remarks that Israel had agreed to resume peace talks based on the borders of a Palestinian state being drawn along lines from before a 1967 Middle East war, and agreed land swaps.
Muslims Demonstrate for Morsi on Temple Mount, Call for Destruction of U.S., Europe (VIDEO) - Algemeiner
Upon the Temple Mount, on the first Friday of Ramadan, last week, a demonstration was held in favor of restoring the recently deposed Egyptian President Muhamed Morsi to power.
Palestinians will resume talks if US specifies goal is state based on '67 lines - Times of Israel
The PLO leadership decided in principle Thursday to return to peace talks with Israel on condition that the American invitation to such talks specifies that the negotiations will be for the establishment of a Palestinian state based on the pre-1967 lines, a senior Palestinian source told The Times of Israel on Thursday evening.
Palestinians: Israel must agree on borders - Times of Israel
A stormy, high-level meeting of senior Palestinian leaders called to discuss US Secretary of State John Kerry's latest peace proposal ended with a decision early Friday to demand guarantees that Israel agree on the general border of a future Palestinian state, officials said.
Inside the United States
Gov. Perry signs sweeping abortion restrictions - USA Today
Texas Gov. Rick Perry signed sweeping new abortion restrictions on Thursday that could shutter most of the state's clinics that provide the procedure, a final step for the Republican-backed measure that has caused weeks of sometimes raucous protests at the Capitol.
Detroit files for largest municipal bankruptcy in US history - Fox News
Detroit filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history Thursday after steep population and tax base declines sent it tumbling toward insolvency.
California considers abortion expansion - World Magazine
As other states move to restrict abortions, the California Legislature is considering two bills that would increase access to abortion -- despite public opinion against the move, according to LifeNews.
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