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|Worthy News Brief - April 24, 2014|
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Worthy News Features
Islamists in Nigeria abduct Girls in Christian Town
Islamists of the insurgent Boko Haram kidnapped more than 100 girls, according to Morning Star News.
Christian girls kidnapped, forced to marry Muslims in Pakistan
Every year in Pakistan, an estimated 1,000 girls and young women are kidnapped, forced to convert to Islam and then married to Muslim men, according to Barnabas Aid.
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Around the World
Tony Blair: World must take a stand against radical Islam - Ha'aretz
The world must take a stand against Islamic fundamentalism and support the principles of religious freedom and open economies, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the Quartet representative to the Middle East, was to say Wednesday in a speech at the Bloomberg London H.
Russia threatens force in Ukraine - USA Today
Ukrainian police liberated a small town in the east of the country from pro-Russian separatist groups Wednesday, a day after Ukraine's president revived a military offensive.
US reacts to Russia's growing clout, warming ties to Egypt by unfreezing weapon aid - Jerusalem Post
The US move to unfreeze the delivery of 10 advanced Apache helicopters to Egypt comes on the heels of Russia's increasing global activity and warming relations with the pivotal Arab country.
India to pay Iran nearly $2 billion in deal to blunt sanctions bite - CNBC
India is set to pay Iran $1.65 billion over the next three months under an interim nuclear deal that eases sanctions on Tehran and gives it access to $4.2 billion in blocked funds, four sources with knowledge of the matter said.
RAF Jet Chases Russian Planes Away From UK - Sky News
Two Russian bombers which flew close to UK airspace have been chased away by an RAF jet fighter.
Russia says military conducts parade drill near Ukraine - Reuters
Russian military units on Wednesday conducted drills to rehearse for a parade in the southwestern Rostov region, which borders Ukraine, a spokesman for Russia's southern military district said.
Secret base U.S. special forces used to train Libyans now under terrorist control: report - Washington Times
A secret U.S. base in Libya that was originally created by special operations forces to train authorities to hunt down terrorists has been converted into a terrorist training camp.
Hamas and Fatah agree to unity government in historic deal - Times of Israel
A seven-year-old rift between rival Palestinian factions seemingly ended Wednesday as officials from the Palestine Liberation Organization and Hamas agreed to form a unity government and call for new elections.
Senior ministers to convene as Israel fumes over Palestinian pact - Times of Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will hold an emergency meeting of his high-level security cabinet Thursday morning as top officials mull how to respond to a unity bid between the militant Palestinian Hamas group and the more moderate Fatah movement.
Israeli jets hit Gaza during unity deal celebrations - Times of Israel
Israeli planes struck Gaza from the air Wednesday as Hamas and Fatah announced a reconciliation nearby in the Palestinian enclave.
The 'One Map to Understand All The Threats Facing Israel' - Washington Free Beacon
The Israel Defense Forces has created a new interactive map of Israel that enables viewers to learn about the increasing threats to every point of the Jewish state's borders.
Inside the United States
Feds Beg Supreme Court to Let Them Search Phones Without a Warrant - Wired
American law enforcement has long advocated for universal "kill switches" in cellphones to cut down on mobile device thefts. Now the Department of Justice argues that the same remote locking and data-wiping technology represents a threat to police investigations - one that means they should be free to search phones without a warrant.
In policy shift, FCC could allow a Web fast lane - Dallas Morning News
The principle that all Internet content should be treated equally as it flows through cables and pipes to consumers looks all but dead.
America's power grid at the limit: The road to electrical blackouts - Daily Caller
Heroic efforts by grid operators saved large parts of the nation's heartland from blackouts during record-cold temperature days. Nicholas Akins, CEO of American Electric Power, stated in Congressional testimony, "This country did not just dodge a bullet - we dodged a cannon ball."
Atheists win prayer battle against California city council - Washington Times
Atheists who complained about pre-meeting prayers conducted by members of the Pismo Beach City Council in California can now claim a win.
Ala. High Court Declares Unborn Children Have Rights - CBN News
The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that the word "child" includes both the born and unborn.
Did the U.S. help arm the Benghazi attackers? - World Magazine
The 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans might never have happened if the U.S. government hadn't facilitated a flow of $500 million worth of weapons into the hands of al-Qaeda-linked rebels during Libya's 2011 revolution, according to interim findings released this week by the Citizens' Commission on Benghazi.
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