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Syrian Islamists Kill 80 Christians, Displace Thousands More
Eighty Christians were killed and thousands more displaced after Islamic militants attacked the strategic Syrian town of Kessab near the Turkish border on March 21, according to Barnabas Aid.
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US, Russia Talks Fail to End Ukraine Impasse - CBN News
The United States and Russia agreed Sunday that the crisis in Ukraine requires a diplomatic resolution, but four hours of talks between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov failed to break a tense East-West deadlock over how to proceed.
North, South Korea trade live fire over sea border - AFP
The two Koreas traded hundreds of rounds of live artillery fire across their disputed maritime border Monday, forcing South Korean islanders to take shelter a day after the North drove up tensions by threatening a new nuclear test.
Egypt to hold May 26-27 presidential election - Jerusalem Post
Egyptians will vote on May 26-27 in a presidential election that Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is expected to win easily, meaning the former army chief who deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi could be sworn in as head of state by early June.
UN: Over one million displaced by South Sudan conflict - BBC
More than one million people have been forced from their homes by the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, the UN says.
Ukraine crisis: Russia carries out massive nuclear war exercise involving 10,000 troops - UK Independent
Russia on Saturday ended a massive three-day nuclear war exercise involving 10,000 soldiers, as the worst East-West standoff since the Cold War continues.
Two tried to use trillions in false bonds to rob Vatican, police say - CBS News
Two men toting a briefcase stuffed with false bond certificates purportedly worth trillions of euros (dollars) tried to bluff their way into the exclusive Vatican bank in a foiled fraud plot, Italian police said Sunday.
Iran Names 1979 U.S. Embassy Hostage-Taker Its UN Envoy - Bloomberg
Iran has named a member of the militant group that held 52 Americans hostage in Tehran for 444 days to be its next ambassador to the United Nations.
Obama to Saudi king: US will not agree to bad nuclear deal with Iran - Jerusalem Post
US President Barack Obama and Saudi King Abdullah discussed "tactical differences" in their approach to some issues during a meeting in Riyadh on Friday, but agreed both sides remain strategically aligned, a senior US official said.
Rabbis Issue United Call to Establish Synagogue on Temple Mount - Arutz Sheva
A wide ranging group of rabbis from the National Religious camp have written a letter to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu advocating the construction of a synagogue on the Temple Mount, Judaism's holiest site.
Kerry considering return to the region to salvage peace talks - Ynet News
US Secretary of State John Kerry was considering Sunday to return to the region in the coming days in order to try and salvage peace talks, after Israel refused to release the fourth group of prisoners on Saturday, angering the Palestinians.
In new row, Israel at odds with US over visas - Washington Post
With the United States irked at Israel over its settlement policies and the lack of progress in peace talks, an obscure diplomatic classification has emerged as a new sticking point between the two close allies.
IDF Eliminates Terrorists Near Syrian Border - Arutz Sheva
IDF soldiers were able to prevent two terrorists from infiltrating into Israel in the Golan Heights, near the border with Syria, on Friday night.
Israel offers to free 400 more prisoners if Abbas extends talks - Times of Israel
Israel has offered to release a new group of 400 Palestinian security prisoners, in addition to the fourth and final group of longtime terrorism convicts who were set to go free this weekend, if the Palestinian Authority agrees to extend peace talks for another six months, The Times of Israel learned from Palestinian sources on Saturday night. The US, anxious to arrange for the continuation of the talks, backed the offer
'There will be a 3rd intifada if prisoners are not released' - Ynet News
More than 15,000 Palestinians and Israeli Arabs commemorated Land Day on Sunday with rallies that became a show of solidarity for the release of the fourth group of Palestinian prisoners.
Court convicts former PM Olmert in Holyland graft trial - Ynet News
Olmert was found guilty of receiving some NIS 500,000 in bribes through his brother, with the judge slamming what he described as a "corrupt political system which has decayed over years... and in which hundreds of thousands of shekels were transferred to elected officials." Only three of the 12 additional defendants were acquitted.
US officials: We can't stop Palestinian UN statehood bid if talks fail - Ynet News
The United States cannot stop a Palestinian campaign to the United Nations for statehood should peace talks with Israel fail, American diplomats told The Washington Post on Saturday.
Inside the United States
Report: Obama administration released 68,000 convicted criminal aliens last year - Daily Caller
The Obama administration is threatening public safety by deliberately hampering immigration law and releasing aliens with criminal records, according to a new review of internal Immigration and Customs Enforcement data.
Ken Ham: The Unbiblical Noah Is a Fable of a Film - Time
Leading creationist Ken Ham, who recently debated Bill Nye, says that the new blockbuster, starring Russell Crowe, is an insult to Christians: "Ultimately, there is barely a hint of biblical fidelity in this film. It is an unbiblical, pagan film from its start".
Magnitude-4.8 Earthquake Shakes Yellowstone Park - ABC News
The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude-4.8 earthquake that shook northern Yellowstone National Park is the strongest there since 1980.
Aftershocks Rattle California Following 5.1 Earthquake - VOA News
A 4.1 magnitude earthquake shook Los Angeles Saturday -- a day after a 5.1 temblor hit the region. More than 100 aftershocks have hit the southern region of the U.S. state of California since Friday's quake.
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