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No equal rights for Christians in Islamic Republic of Pakistan
The president of Pakistan's Christian Congress said Christians don't have equal rights despite claims to the contrary made by Pakistan's prime minister before the UN General Assembly Friday, according to the Pakistan Christian Post.
Tunisia: Islamist gov't to step down
Tunisia's Islamist government is about to resign after the assassinations of two secular opposition leaders led to months of protests, according to BarnabasAid.
Today's Breaking News
Around the World
Mother of imprisoned U.S. missionary arrives in North Korea to visit son - Reuters
The mother of imprisoned American missionary Kenneth Bae has arrived in North Korea to visit her ailing son, who was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in May on charges of state subversion, his family said in a statement released on Thursday.
Hezbollah, Iraqi militia capture Damascus suburb: opposition - Reuters
Iraqi and Lebanese Shi'ite militia backed by Syrian army firepower overran a southern suburb of Damascus on Wednesday, opposition activists said, in a blow to Sunni Muslim rebels trying to hold onto strategic outskirts of the capital.
Iran 'moving nuclear research centre to hoodwink world' - Reuters
An exiled opposition group claimed Thursday that Iran has transferred a research centre leading its alleged attempt to develop nuclear weapons to a new location in order to hoodwink the world.
Muslim leader says Pope Francis 'resonates with the Muslim world' - Yahoo
The president of the Islamic Affairs Council of Maryland offered high praise for Pope Francis, saying the Catholic leader "resonates with the Muslim world," much like the saint from whom he takes his name.
Morocco's King Names New Ministers, Islamists Lose Ground - VOA News
Morocco's King Mohamed named 19 new ministers on Thursday after the prime minister reached a deal to form a new coalition that weakens the ruling Islamists, who are trying to push through unpopular reforms to subsidies and the pensions system.
Iran says developed new drone capable of reaching Israel - Ynet News
Iran has developed a new RQ-170 drone, equipped with a special mechanism that makes it undetectable to radars, the Iranian news agency Fars reported Wednesday.
Hamas calls for meeting with Fatah to counter Israel's 'schemes' on Jerusalem - Jerusalem Post
Hamas on Wednesday called on for an "urgent national meeting" with the Palestinian Authority and Fatah to agree on a unified Palestinian strategy to confront Israeli "schemes" in Jerusalem.
In show of military might, Israel drills long-range air force attack - Times of Israel
In a display of muscle-flexing to Tehran ahead of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers, Israel made a rare announcement Thursday that its air force had conducted a series of drills in which fighter aircraft practiced midair refueling and a simulated strike on a distant target.
Israel fears negative impact from U.S. aid freeze on Egypt - Reuters
Israel struggled to hide its frustration on Thursday at a U.S. decision to withhold aid to Cairo, fearing the move could damage Washington's standing in the region and undermine its own peace treaty with Egypt.
Inside the United States
Boehner Offers Debt Extension; WH Says Likely OK - ABC News
Facing a fresh deadline, House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday that Republicans would vote to extend the government's ability to borrow money for six weeks -- but only if President Barack Obama first agrees to fresh negotiations on spending cuts. Under the Republican plan, the partial government shutdown would continue in the meantime.
Ryan steps up to shape a deal - The Hill
Paul Ryan is back in the spotlight. The GOP 2012 vice presidential candidate came off the sidelines on the ninth day of the government shutdown with ideas on how to end the standoff.
Christian Conservatives to Meet Cruz and Rand Paul - NY Times
A group of longtime Christian conservative activists are holding a private meeting Thursday in Washington to hear informal presentations from two of the most talked-about potential Republican presidential candidates: Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, and Rand Paul of Kentucky.
House Republicans meeting with Obama called 'very useful'; both sides talking - CNN
House Speaker John Boehner -- the top Republican in the fight that's led to a government shutdown and the threat of a first-ever U.S. debt default -- left the White House on Thursday evening without commenting on a highly anticipated meeting with President Barack Obama.
Report: U.S. Taxpayers Shelled Out $634,320,919 For Obamacare Website - Fox News
It's been one full week since the flagship technology portion of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) went live. And since that time, the befuddled beast that is Healthcare.gov has shutdown, crapped out, stalled, and mis-loaded so consistently that its track record for failure is challenged only by Congress.
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