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|Worthy News Brief - February 25, 2014|
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Kenyan Pastors Protest Pay-to-Preach Laws
Hundreds of Central Kenyan pastors marched to the Nyeri County governor's office last week to protest a proposed bill that would charge clergy for the privilege of preaching in public outside of their own churches, according to World Watch Monitor.
Without Warning, Sudan Demolishes Church
Without any prior warning, Sudanese authorities suddenly demolished a church in Omdurman Monday in what some Christians believe is a campaign by President Omar al-Bashir to rid his Islamist country of Christianity, according to Morning Star News.
Today's Breaking News
Around the World
Venezuela Protests Flare Anew, Death Toll Rises to 12 - Washington Free Beacon
Anti-government demonstrators set up barricades and started fires in Venezuela's capital on Monday despite calls from within the opposition to rein in protests in which at least 12 people have died in the OPEC nation.
Watching and Waiting: Will the Russian Bear Turn on Ukraine? - NBC News
It's a nightmare scenario for Russia: Protesters oust a neighboring ally, send him fleeing and set up a decidedly pro-Western government.
Brazil, Europe plan undersea cable to skirt U.S. spying - Reuters
Brazil and the European Union agreed on Monday to lay an undersea communications cable from Lisbon to Fortaleza to reduce Brazil's reliance on the United States after Washington spied on Brasilia.
Ukraine Names Baptist Pastor as Acting President - Christianity Today
Oleksandr Turchynov, a well-known Baptist pastor and top opposition politician in Ukraine, took office on Sunday as acting president after the Parliament voted to oust President Yanukovych.
US presses Iraq on reports of arms deal with Iran - Times of Israel
The United States pressed Iraq Monday to explain media reports that it had signed a contract to buy arms from Iran, a move forbidden under a United Nations embargo.
Rabbis to Knesset: Extend sovereignty to Temple Mount - Jerusalem Post
A group of rabbis and yeshiva heads have submitted a petition to the Knesset demanding legislation to extend Jewish sovereignty on the Temple Mount.
Israeli jets reportedly strike arms shipment en route to Hezbollah - Times of Israel
Israel bombarded a Hezbollah stronghold on the Lebanon-Syria border twice on Monday night, killing several Hezbollah operatives, Lebanese and other Arab media reported.
Steinitz after meeting US's top Iran negotiator: Israel reserves right to act independently - Jerusalem Post
Israel reserves the right to assess the Iranian situation and make the necessary decisions independently, Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz said Sunday after emerging from some five hours of talks with Wendy Sherman, Washington's top Iran negotiator.
Report: Hezbollah militants killed in Israeli strike - Ynet News
Several Hezbollah militants were killed in an alleged Israeli attack in Lebanon's Beqaa Valley near the border with Syria, Al Arabiya reported.
Merkel: Two-state solution is essential to Israel's security - Ynet News
Chancellor Angela Merkel said Monday that she is visiting Israel with most of her new cabinet in order to show Germany's friendship with the Jewish state and that her country is working to secure the future of Israel.
Inside the United States
Supreme Court takes on greenhouse gas emissions case - Washington Examiner
The Supreme Court appeared split Monday during oral arguments challenging the authority of an Obama administration program to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from factories and power plants.
Defense Secretary Hagel plans Pentagon cuts that would take Army to pre-WWII levels - Washington Times
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Monday that the Army must shrink to pre-World War II troop levels to preserve funding for elite counterterrorism operations and maintain the cybersecurity programs needed to counter threats by emerging rivals such as China.
Arizona bill letting businesses deny service for religious reasons sparks heated debate - Fox News
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is facing pressure from both sides of a heated debate over religious rights, as she weighs whether to sign a bill that would legally protect businesses that deny services to customers for religious reasons.
USDA: Americans waste nearly one-third of their food; worth $161 billion - Washington Examiner
Nearly a third of the 430 billion pounds of food produced for Americans to eat is wasted, a potential catastrophe for landfills and a wake-up call to officials scrambling to feed the hungry, according to a stunning new report from the Department of Agriculture.
FDA weighs risks of 3-person embryo fertilization - AP
Federal health regulators will consider this week whether to green light a provocative new fertilization technique that could eventually create babies from the DNA of three people, with the goal of preventing mothers from passing on debilitating genetic diseases to their children.
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