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Nigerian soldiers slaughter Christians
Surviving eyewitnesses to Monday's slaughter of 33 Christians by Muslim Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria's Plateau state said soldiers assigned to protect them instead shot at anyone fleeing the murderous attack.
Buddhist monks Vandalize churches in Sri Lanka
Two churches in Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka were vandalized Sunday by a mob led by Buddhist monks, according to International Christian Concern.
Egypt's Christians Still Support New Constitution
Although Egypt's Christian leaders are urging the faithful to support the country's new constitution for the sake of national stability, detractors claim that it fosters a medieval Islamic supremacy within the framework of a modern Egyptian society, according to Morning Star News.
Raid on Malaysian Bible Society
Aided by police, the Selangor Islamic Affairs Department raided the Bible Society of Malaysia offices in Damansara Kim near Kuala Lumpur earlier this month.
Today's Breaking News
Around the World
Iran Takes Global 'Victory Lap' - Washington Free Beacon
Senior Iranian officials have launched a full blown diplomatic charm offensive across the Middle East and Europe following the recent signing of a nuclear accord that Tehran has celebrated as victory over the West.
U.S. intel: Al Qaida has recruited at least 70 Americans to fight Syria - World Tribune
The U.S. intelligence community has determined that Al Qaida militias were recruiting Americans for the war in Syria.
Jihadists from at least four Al Qaeda groups in on Benghazi attack - Washington Times
The militants who gathered on the night of Sept. 11, 2012, to torch and kill inside the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, were a who's who of the modern al Qaeda movement, newly declassified documents show.
New analysis of rocket used in Syria chemical attack undercuts U.S. claims - McClatchy Newspapers
A series of revelations about the rocket believed to have delivered poison sarin gas to a Damascus suburb last summer are challenging American intelligence assumptions about that attack and suggest that the case U.S. officials initially made for retaliatory military action was flawed.
Voters overwhelmingly back new Egypt constitution - AP
Almost everyone who cast ballots supported Egypt's new constitution in this week's referendum, results announced Saturday show, but a boycott by Islamists and low youth turnout suggest the country is still dangerously divided.
IAF strikes Islamic Jihad terrorist in Gaza - Jerusalem Post
The Israel Air Force struck an Islamic Jihad member in the northern Gaza Strip on Sunday morning.
The target, named as Ahmed Sa'ad, took part in the firing of rockets at southern Israeli communities, the IDF said, and planned further attacks in the near future.
Kerry expected to unveil framework at end of month for continuation of peace talks - Jerusalem Post
US Secretary of State John Kerry will present a framework paper that will serve as a basis for further negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians by the end of the month, Palestinian sources said on Saturday.
Israeli company to unveil laser-based rocket interceptor - Times of Israel
Israeli arms giant Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. is to unveil a new laser defense system at a conference in Singapore in February, Rafael said on its website.
PM: Hamas should be wary of Israel's policy of responding forcefully to every rocket fired - Jerusalem Post
Israel will maintain the quiet in the South by forcefully responding to every rocket attack coming from the Gaza Strip, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told the cabinet at its weekly meeting Sunday.
Netanyahu lauds Harper's 'moral leadership' upon arrival to Israel - Jerusalem Post
With the ceremonial trappings generally reserved for kings and presidents, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warmly greeted his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper to Jerusalem on Sunday, praising him for his "courage, clarity and convictions."
Inside the United States
Documents Show NSA Phone Program Provided 1,000 Terror Tips A Year To FBI - Wall Street Journal
The National Security Agency's phone-surveillance program generated more than 1,000 tips a year to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to newly declassified documents.
Judge strikes down photo ID requirement for Pennsylvania voters - Fox News
A Pennsylvania judge on Friday struck down a requirement that nearly all of the state's 8.2 million voters show photo identification at the polls, saying it imposes an unreasonable burden on the right to vote and that officials failed to demonstrate the need for it.
Fate of NSA snooping program in hands of Congress - Washington Times
President Obama says the NSA's snooping programs need changes -- but he tossed the biggest decisions to Congress, where the tide appears to be running against letting the government continue to scoop and hold Americans' phone data.
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