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|Worthy News Brief - March 5, 2014|
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Worthy News Features
Kenya: Gang Raids Bamburi Church, Injures Three
Three people were injured after a mob of about 10 assailants attacked worshipers at a church in Bamburi, Mombasa last week, according to All Africa Global Media.
Sudan Arrests Pastor During Sermon, Threatens Him
Two Sundays ago, Sudanese authorities arrested a pastor in Omdurman while he was still preaching, according to Morning Star News.
North Korea Releases Australian Missionary
John Short, an 75-year-old Australian Christian, was released from detention in Pyongyang, North Korea yesterday. The missionary, based in Hong Kong, had been arrested and charged with attempting to overthrow the government on February 16th by authorities in North Korea.
Today's Breaking News
Around the World
Obama Response to Russian Invasion Will Have Far-Reaching Consequences - Washington Free Beacon
President Barack Obama's response to the Russian invasion of Crimea will have far-reaching repercussions, experts said on Tuesday.
Judge: Egyptian court bans all Hamas activities in country - Jerusalem Post
An Egyptian court on Tuesday banned all Hamas activities in Egypt. Hamas, the Palestinian group that rules the neighboring Gaza Strip, is an offshoot of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, which the authorities have declared a terrorist group and which they have repressed systematically since the army ousted one of its leaders, Mohamed Morsi, from the presidency in July.
Russia test-fires ICBM amid tension over Ukraine - Reuters
Russia said it had successfully test-fired an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) on Tuesday, with tensions running high over its military intervention in Ukraine's Crimea region.
Ukrainian Jews split on support for Russian invasion - Times of Israel
While many Ukrainian Jews have strongly condemned the Russian military incursion into Crimea, others see the intervention as restoring order in the wake of a violent revolution that overthrew the pro-Russian government of President Viktor Yanukovych.
Ukraine party accused of anti-Semitism receives top positions in new government - Daily Caller
As the fires die down from the turmoil in Kiev, a political party that has been accused of promoting anti-Semitism and xenophobia is set to reap the benefits of the new government arrangement.
Moscow asks for restoration of Yanukovych-signed agreement as Kerry heads for Kiev - Fox News
Russia's top diplomat said Monday that the price of halting the deployment of Russian troops in the Crimea would be the restoration of a deal reached last month between Ukraine's ousted President and opposition leaders.
US prepares $1B aid package for troubled Ukraine - AP
In a somber show of U.S. support for Ukraine's new leadership, Secretary of State John Kerry walked the streets Tuesday where more than 80 anti-government protesters were killed last month, and promised beseeching crowds that American aid is on the way.
Netanyahu warns on Iran, urges no Palestinian 'excuses' - Reuters
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the United States and other world powers on Tuesday not to allow Iran to retain the ability to enrich uranium, and urged Palestinians to recognize Israel as a Jewish state if they wanted peace.
Obama Says Two-State Mideast Peace Possible at Netanyahu Meeting - Bloomberg
U.S. President Barack Obama said a two-state solution for peace between the Israelis and Palestinians is "still possible" if there's "compromise from both sides."
IDF shoots 2 terrorists planting bomb on Syrian border - Times of Israel
IDF forces spotted two terrorists trying to plant explosives on the Israel-Syria border in the northern Golan Heights early Wednesday morning, according to the IDF Spokesperson's office.
Recognize Jewish Israel to show you want peace, PM tells Abbas - Times of Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the 2014 AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, the final day of the conference. Last year the prime minister addressed the AIPAC conference, the largest annual event for the pro-Israeli US lobby, via satellite from Jerusalem.
Inside the United States
Ky. to use outside counsel in gay-marriage case - Washington Times
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear says the state will hire outside attorneys to appeal a judge's decision granting legal recognition to same-sex couples married in other states and countries.
CDC: Antibiotic Overuse Can Be Lethal - Wall Street Journal
The overuse of antibiotics in U.S. hospitals is putting patients at risk and helping to fuel the creation of deadly superbugs, according to a government report released Tuesday.
U.S. Navy to order 33 fewer F-35s than planned in next 5 yrs - Reuters
The U.S. Navy is set to order 33 fewer Lockheed Martin Corp F-35 fighter jets than originally planned over the five years starting in fiscal 2015 due to budgetary pressures, a defense official said Monday.
Obama pushes domestic priorities in 2015 budget - Washington Examiner
The White House set out a statement of the Democratic Party's election-year priorities Tuesday morning, unveiling a $3.9 trillion budget for fiscal 2015 that would boost spending on domestic priorities, raise taxes on the rich and shrink the military.
Obama Budget Will Add $8.3 Trillion to Debt - Washington Free Beacon
President Barack Obama's budget for fiscal year 2015 will add $8.3 trillion to the debt and hike taxes by $1.8 trillion, according to a joint analysis by Republicans on the Senate and House budget committees.
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