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Worthy News Features
Malaysian Hotels to Ban Bibles, Non-Islamic Books
A decision to ban hotels from carrying books on non-Islamic religions is further proof of the erosion of the rights of non-Muslims in Malaysia, according to the Malaysia Chronicle.
Iranian Pastor Injured by Prison Guards
An imprisoned Iranian pastor was injured in an attack by his own guards last week, according to Barnabas Aid.
Christians in India Outraged by Candidate's Remarks
Christian leaders condemned the claim made by a Hindu nationalist party candidate when he denied any knowledge of the many attacks on members of their communities and its churches in India, according to International Christian Concern.
Today's Breaking News
Around the World
China accused of anti-Christian campaign as church demolition begins - UK Telegraph
Demolition teams began destroying parts of a Chinese church that has become a symbol of resistance to the Communist Party's draconian clutch on religion, activists and witnesses said on Monday.
Why the Media Doesn't Cover Jihadist Attacks on Middle East Christians - Balfour Post
The United Nations, Western governments, media, universities, and talking heads everywhere insist that Palestinians are suffering tremendous abuses from the state of Israel. Conversely, the greatest human rights tragedy of our time -- radical Muslim persecution of Christians, including in Palestinian controlled areas -- is devotedly ignored.
China poised to pass US as world's leading economic power this year - Financial Times
The US is on the brink of losing its status as the world's largest economy, and is likely to slip behind China this year, sooner than widely anticipated, according to the world's leading statistical agencies.
Saudi Arabia Takes New Steps to Fight MERS Virus - Wall Street Journal
International experts and Saudis on Tuesday credited the Saudi government and its new health minister with starting to step up public-awareness campaigns to curb the deadly MERS virus, as the number of new cases in April nearly doubled the number of those who contracted it in the kingdom.
Al Qaeda group in Syria killing people and hanging them from crosses - Fox News
Al Qaeda-backed jihadists are hanging the bodies of executed enemies on crosses crucifixion-style in a town in Northern Syria, according to a Syrian opposition group.
Russia says EU should be 'ashamed' over sanctions - Reuters
Russia suggested on Tuesday the European Union should be ashamed of itself for "doing Washington's bidding" by punishing Moscow with sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine.
Ukraine separatists seize second provincial capital, fire on police - Reuters
Hundreds of pro-Moscow separatists stormed government buildings in one of Ukraine's provincial capitals on Tuesday and fired on police holed up in a regional headquarters, a major escalation of their revolt despite new Western sanctions on Russia.
Iran, Russia Hold Electricity Talks as Russia Seeks To Build Relationship - Nasdaq
Iran held talks with Russia over $10 billion worth of electricity deals on Sunday, in the latest attempt by Moscow to leverage a privileged relationship with Tehran.
Mandatory Microchipping May Be in Our Future - NewsMax
In various places all over the world, there are individuals who open doors, start cars, and control their computers with a mere gesture of their hands or arms.
Pig hearts could be transplanted into humans after baboon success - UK Telegraph
The hearts of genetically modified pigs could be transplanted into humans to solve the shortage of organ donors, scientists believe.
After talks collapse, experts advise wait-and-see approach - Times of Israel
The Palestinian unity talks mean that President Obama and US Secretary of State John Kerry have little choice but to to take a wait-and-see approach, according to the Israeli and American experts interviewed by JTA.
Palestinians risk US aid freeze if Hamas joins government - Times of Israel
Palestinian leaders risk forfeiting millions of dollars in US aid if they press ahead with plans to form a unity government including members of the terrorist Hamas group, US lawmakers and officials warned Tuesday.
Abbas: No peace without defining borders - Times of Israel
There can be no peace with Israel without first defining the borders of a future Palestinian state, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said on Tuesday.
Inside the United States
U.S. tornadoes kill 34, threaten more damage in South - Reuters
At least 34 people across six states were killed in tornadoes unleashed by a ferocious storm system that razed neighborhoods and threatened more destruction in heavily populated parts of the U.S. South on Tuesday.
Christians in Virginia plan 40-day fast to protest gay marriage - NY Daily News
The Family Foundation of Virginia is asking Christians across the country to fast and pray for 40 days this summer to protest the legalization of gay marriage. A federal judge overturned Virginia's same-sex marriage ban in February.
Benghazi Emails Show White House Effort to Protect Obama - Washington Free Beacon
Previously unreleased internal Obama administration emails show that a coordinated effort was made in the days following the Benghazi terror attacks to portray the incident as "rooted in [an] Internet video, and not [in] a broader failure or policy."
Obama's Job Approval Rating Drops to New Low - CBN News
President Barack Obama's job approval rating dropped to 41 percent this month, his lowest since taking the White House.
Supreme Court raises concerns over warrantless cellphone searches - Washington Examiner
The Supreme Court raised concerns Tuesday about whether police have the constitutional right to search the cellphones of people they arrest.
Supreme Court upholds major EPA air-pollution rule - Washington Examiner
The Supreme Court upheld a major Environmental Protection Agency air pollution rule Tuesday, reversing a 2012 Appeals Court decision that represented one of the few blemishes on the agency's judicial record.
Federal judge strikes down Wisconsin voter ID law - Washington Examiner
A federal judge in Milwaukee struck down Wisconsin's voter Identification law Tuesday, saying a requirement that voters show a state-issued photo ID at the polls imposes an unfair burden on poor and minority voters.
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