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Egypt: Muslim gangs behind anti-Christian campaign busted
Earlier this month, government security forces launched a major operation to cripple a coalition of Muslim gangs that have been brazenly preying on the Christian community in Egypt's Assiut province, according to Barnabas Aid.
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Iran and U.S. agree final nuclear deal may be unreachable - Reuters
The United States and long-time arch-foe Iran agree on at least one thing ahead of Tuesday's negotiations on a long-term nuclear deal - reaching an agreement will be very difficult, if not impossible.
Britain's flood misery will drag on till MAY as forecasters warn of MORE torrential rain - UK Express
Although fierce storms which triggered months of misery have come to an end relentless downpours will continue until MAY.
Angela Merkel: Let US spies keep their internet. The EU will build its own - UK Register
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has lent her support to the idea of building out new European data networks to help keep Europeans' email and other data out of the hands of US spies.
Iranian leader predicting failure before six nations nuke talks even start - Washington Times
The Obama administration will open a fresh round of six-nation talks Tuesday aimed at preventing Iran from developing a nuclear bomb, but Iran's top leader predicted on the eve of negotiations that diplomacy will fail.
Iran seeks new Russia reactor in exchange for oil - AFP
Iran's ambassador to Moscow on Monday said Russia could build the Islamic republic a second nuclear power reactor under a proposed oil-for-goods swap that has raised grave concern in Washington.
Huge hurdles in path of final Iran nuke deal - Washington Examiner
It took months of arduous bargaining before Iran and six world powers could agree on a first-step nuclear deal. But the two sides may find the going even tougher Tuesday, when they start to confront hurdles standing in the path of a final accord.
Venezuela Expels Three US Consular Officials - NBC News
Venezuela ordered the expulsion of three U.S. diplomats on Monday on charges of recruiting university students to lead demonstrations that have left three dead in the OPEC nation's most serious violence since President Nicolas Maduro's election in April.
US Ambassador to Israel: Negotiations with Iran, PA Key to Peace - Arutz Sheva
Ambassador Daniel B. Shapiro, ambassador of the United States to Israel, addressed the delegation of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations Monday, stressing that the US-Israel relationship is still going strong.
Official: Palestinian bid to haul Israel before court would 'suck air' out of peace process - Jerusalem Post
If the Palestinians take Israel to the International Criminal Court, it will fundamentally alter the relationship with Jerusalem and likely "suck the air" out of the diplomatic process, the Foreign Ministry's deputy legal adviser said Monday.
Chief West Bank Prosecutor says IDF may end long-standing night arrests of Palestinians - Jerusalem Post
In an exclusive interview and for the first time, the IDF's head West Bank Prosecutor, Lt. Col. Maurice Hirsch, officially announced a major policy change to The Jerusalem Post - that very soon the IDF will initiate a pilot program which may end its long-standing policy of night arrests of certain Palestinians.
Court rules key powers can be taken from Netanyahu - Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's political future suffered a major blow Monday when the Tel Aviv District Court ruled that the Likud's institutions can vote to take key powers away from him.
Hamas will endorse two-state deal, Fatah leaders assert - Times of Israel
Even as a top Hamas official warned Monday against Palestinian acceptance of an American "framework" peace agreement, West Bank leaders were asserting that the Islamist rulers of the Gaza Strip would in fact back a peace deal with Israel based on national principles.
Inside the United States
U.S. Navy to Zap Enemies With Futuristic Laser - Time
The future has arrived at the U.S. Navy, which will begin deploying lasers this year and an electromagnetic rail gun within two years.
Snow Moving Into NYC; Will Impact Boston Next - AccuWeather
After blasting the Midwest and Great Lakes on Monday and Monday night, a storm will bring heavy snow to parts of the Northeast on Tuesday.
White House Will Not Interfere With Rising Iranian Oil Sales - Washington Free Beacon
The White House says that it will not interfere with Iran's rising oil sales, despite a recent uptick that experts say is providing Tehran with billions in revenue.
DHS Building National License Plate Reader Database - Washington Free Beacon
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is seeking to build a national license plate reader database, according to a recent job posting for government contractors.
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