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Worthy News Features
Rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran
During a press conference in Geneva this month, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran released his latest report, according to Barnabas Aid.
Four Killed in Attack on Kenyan Church
During Sunday morning service, two gunmen fired into the crowded congregation of Joy Jesus Church in Likoni, Kenya, killing two parishioners, according to International Christian Concern.
Today's Breaking News
Around the World
Russia Could Cut Off Critical Supply Line to Afghanistan - Washington Free Beacon
Russia's ongoing standoff with the United States could move Moscow to disrupt critical supply lines to Afghanistan and interfere with U.S. plans to establish drone bases in Central Asia, according to regional experts.
U.S. fears Russia planning to federalize Ukraine, alarming Congress - Washington Times
U.S. intelligence officials say Russia plans to force Ukraine to adopt a scheme to federalize and turn its southern neighbor into a quasi-province of the Russian Federation.
Russian officials dump iPads over spy fears - AFP
Russian government officials have swapped their iPads for Samsung tablets to ensure tighter security, the telecoms minister told news agencies on Wednesday.
Western governments see continuing Russian buildup on Ukraine border - Reuters
U.S. and European security agencies estimate Russia has deployed military and militia units totaling more than 30,000 people along its border with eastern Ukraine, according to U.S. and European sources familiar with official reporting.
Obama meets Pope Francis, looks for Catholic boost - AFP
Barack Obama will meet Pope Francis for the first time Thursday for talks on a shared agenda to fight inequality which the US President hopes will help boost support at home.
Obama highlights Putin threat to EU during keynote speech in Brussels - UK Guardian
Barack Obama has charged Vladimir Putin with being a menace to an international system built up over decades following the Russian leader's sudden appropriation of part of Ukraine.
Syrian Civil War Spreads to Israel, Turkey - CBN News
When the Syrian uprising turned into a civil war in 2011, most of the trouble stayed inside Syria's borders, but that's changing.
North Korea reportedly orders men to get Kim Jong-un's haircut - Herald Sun
Young North Korean men have reportedly been ordered to get the same haircut as the country's leader Kim Jong-un.
Obama continues chiding Russia on gay rights - CNN
A speech to Europe aimed at Russia sounded a lot like President Barack Obama's successful campaign message from 2012, especially when it came to gay rights.
In military rout, Russia seizes 51 Ukrainian ships in Crimea - Kyiv Post
In its invasion and annexation of Crimea, Russia has seized 51 vessels belonging to the Ukrainian navy, according to information compiled by Dmitry Tymchuk, director of the Center of Military and Political Research in Kyiv.
Arab League states 'total rejection' of Jewish state recognition - Jerusalem Post
The Arab League announced on Wednesday a full backing of a Palestinian refusal to meet Israel's demand to be recognized as a Jewish state, a condition Jerusalem says it required for peace.
PA Foreign Minister: Agreement With Israel to be 'Non-Binding' - Arutz Sheva
The Palestinian Authority's Foreign Minister Riyad Al-Maliki has claimed that the upcoming framework agreement with Israel will be "non-binding", and that the PA was likely to take unilateral steps against Israel following the end of the nine-month negotiating period.
Jordanian king vows to protect Jerusalem - Times of Israel
Jordan's King Abdullah II said his country will protect Jerusalem and stand up to "Israeli violations," in a speech to the Arab Summit in Kuwait Tuesday.
Security Council concerned by Syrian fire on Golan - Times of Israel
The UN Security Council is expressing concern about ongoing military activity on the Golan Heights by the Syrian army and opposition fighters and condemning the decapitations of five apparent members of Syria's military.
New F-35 Fighter Jet Purchased by Israel From U.S. Can Carry Nuclear Bomb - Algemeiner
The F-35 Stealth fighter aircraft that Israel is purchasing from the United States can carry a nuclear payload, Israel's Channel 2 reported on Wednesday.
Report: US agrees to free Pollard for extended Israeli-Palestinian peace talks - Jerusalem Post
The United State has reportedly agreed to release imprisoned Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard as part of a negotiated compromise to secure the continuation of negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians, Army Radio reported Wednesday.
Israel: Abbas refusal to discuss 'Jewish state' torpedoing talks - Times of Israel
By refusing to even discuss recognizing Israel as a Jewish state Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is destroying any chances of reaching a peace agreement, a senior Israeli official said Wednesday.
Inside the United States
House Republicans attempt to renew focus on debt - Washington Examiner
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling is trying to draw attention back to the nation's mounting debt ahead of midterm elections that are more likely to revolve around Obamacare.
Pin drop! Obama lawyer stuns Supreme justice - WND
In a dramatic moment at the Supreme Court Tuesday, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli told justices that U.S. business owners have no religious freedom to reject government mandates forcing them to cover abortions.
Gallup Poll Predicts Dem Midterm Wipeout - American Thinker
According to the Washington Post, President Obama has been hammering at Democratic fundraisers for the past few months that his party always gets "clobbered in midterm elections."
Sen. Inhofe: 'Obama Administration Is Attempting to Write a New Moral Code' - CNS News
U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK) released a statement regarding the Supreme Court Oral arguments saying, "If you restrict those of faith from applying their conscience to the world around them, then you quench the progress of freedom."
World Vision Reverses Decision To Hire Christians in Same-Sex Marriages - Christianity Today
Only two days after announcing it would hire Christians in same-sex marriages, World Vision U.S. has reversed its ground-breaking decision after weathering intense criticism from evangelical leaders.
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