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Sudanese Bombs Kill Nuba Mountain Christian
Last month, the Sudanese Air Force had bombed civilian targets in South Kordofan state, killing at least one Christian while damaging the region's only hospital as well as a school and a relief agency, according to Morning Star News.
Police Probe "Incendiary" Church Sign
A Baptist church in the UK was recently investigated by police after displaying a sign suggesting that unbeleivers would "burn in hell," according to the Mail Online.
N. Korea Sentences Missionary to Life (Video)
Kim Jung Wook, a South Korean Baptist missionary, has been given a life sentence at a hard labor camp in North Korea for allegedly spying for South Korea and trying to establish underground churches.
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Around the World
Apocalyptic Dust Storm Swallows Iran (Video)
An apocalyptic dust storm accompanied by gale-force winds engulfed Tehran late Monday afternoon, killing at least four people and injuring 30 others.
Worst Hailstorms in 170 Years to Hit Britian
The UK is about to be rocked by the most frenzied and chaotic start to summer EVER as monsoons and tornadoes rage in.
Iran's Reactor Fuel Demands Stall Nuclear Talks
Iran says it should be able to produce fuel for its Bushehr nuclear power plant, however world powers are unlikely to agree to its demands and places the July deadline for a deal in jeopardy.
Russian Jet Nearly Collides with U.S. Surveillance Aircraft
A Russian Su-27 jet flew dangerously close to a U.S. reconnaissance plane over the Pacific northeast recently in an aerial clash not seen since the Cold War.
Obama Calls for $1B Fund to Boost US Troops in Europe
President Barack Obama has called on Congress to back a $1 billion effort to boost the U.S. military presence across Europe, as he sought to ease anxiety among NATO allies who are wary of Russia's threatening moves in Ukraine.
Netanyahu 'Deeply Troubled' by Acceptance of PA Leaders
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday he is â€œdeeply troubledâ€ by the US decision to maintain relations with the new Palestinian unity government, urging Washington to tell the Palestinian president that his alliance with the Hamas militant group is unacceptable.
Israel: The Land Flowing with Milk and Honey
The land of milk and honey is still living up to its name, according to data the Central Bureau of Statistics released Monday ahead of the Shavuot holiday. In 2013, total milk production in Israel stood at 1,435 million liters, a 2 percent increase over 2012.
President Obama Breaks Campaign Pledge Not to Deal with Hamas
During the 2008 presidential campaign, as it became clear that Barack Obama would be the Democratic nominee, he granted an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg in an attempt to establish pro-Israel bona fides. A Hamas official had recently endorsed Obama's presidential candidacy and when Goldberg asked him about it, Obama responded emphatically: My position on Hamas is indistinguishable from the position of Hillary Clinton or John McCain. I said they are a terrorist organization and Iâ€™ve repeatedly condemned them. Iâ€™ve repeatedly said, and I mean what I say: since they are a terrorist organization, we should not be dealing with them until they recognize Israel, renounce terrorism, and abide by previous agreements.
New Palestinian Government Faces Punitive Actions by Israel
In an apparent punitive move following the swearing in of a Palestinian unity government, Israel has revoked special travel permits for all Palestinian Authority officials other than President Mahmoud Abbas, a Palestinian official said Tuesday.
UN Chief Welcomes New Palestinian Government
The United Nations on Tuesday welcomed the new Palestinian unity government and said it was ready to lend its full support in efforts to reunite the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, a spokesman said. The announcement followed statements by the US and the EU Monday that they would recognize the new leadership in Ramallah, much to Israel's chagrin.
Inside the United States
Justice Department Refocuses Its Attention on 'Domestic Terrorists' (Video)
The Justice Department is reviving a law enforcement group to investigate those it designates as domestic terrorists, calling it an "escalating danger."
Midwest Braces for 'Land Hurricane' (Video)
People in at least six states from the Plains to the Midwest are bracing for dangerous storms that forecasters say could produce hurricane-force winds, very large hail and a few "intense" tornadoes beginning late Tuesday afternoon.
LA: Quakes are Increasing, However Scientists Unsure What It Means
No, it's not your imagination: The Los Angeles area is feeling more earthquakes this year.
House Speaker John Boehner Says Administration Never Consulted with Congress on Taliban Prisoners
House Speaker John A. Boehner said Tuesday that President Obama may have broken the law in failing to notify Congress of his plans to transfer Taliban fighters from Guantanamo Bay, elevating the battle over this weekend's deal to a constitutional clash between Congress and the executive branch.
Bowe Bergdahl's Vanishing Before Capture Angered His Unit
Sometime after midnight on June 30, 2009, Pfc. Bowe Bergdahl left behind a note in his tent saying he had become disillusioned with the Army, did not support the American mission in Afghanistan and was leaving to start a new life. He slipped off the remote military outpost in Paktika Province on the border with Pakistan and took with him a soft backpack, water, knives, a notebook and writing materials, but left behind his body armor and weapons -- startling, given the hostile environment around his outpost.
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