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One Year after Historic Attacks, Egypt Has Yet to Aid Christians
One Year after Historic Attacks, Egypt Has Yet to Aid Christians
One Year after Historic Attacks, Egypt Has Yet to Aid Christians

1 Year After Historic Attacks, Egypt Has Yet To Aid Christians

One year after the attacks, Mina Thabet can still see the ruins in his mind; a seemingly endless series of scorched, hollowed out church buildings, schools, homes and businesses stretching out across Egypt.
 
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Suspected Boko Haram Kidnap 100 in Northern Nigeria
Suspected Boko Haram Kidnap 100 in Northern Nigeria
Suspected Boko Haram Kidnap 100 in Northern Nigeria

Another Mass Kidnapping: Boko Haram Kidnaps 100 In Northern Nigeria

MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA— Suspected Islamist Boko Haram fighters have abducted dozens of boys and men in a raid on a remote village in northeast Nigeria, loading them onto trucks and driving them off, witnesses who fled the violence ...
 
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Pope’s Korean Visit Highlights Plight Of North’s Christians

Pope Francis has arrived in South Korea and is calling for peace and dialogue between the two Koreas instead of ‘displays of force.’ His five-day visit is the first time a Pope has visited the Korean Peninsula in 25 years. It c...

 
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Convert from Islam in Kenya Released from Prison after Beatings, Attempted Poisoning
Convert from Islam in Kenya Released from Prison after Beatings, Attempted Poisoning
Convert from Islam in Kenya Released from Prison after Beatings, Attempted Poisoning

Convert From Islam In Kenya Released From Prison After Being Beaten, Poisoned

A recent convert from Islam arrested under suspicion of being a Muslim terrorist has been released, but not before his father tried to poison him for his faith, he said.
 
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Kenneth Bae Transferred to N. Korea Labor Camp
Kenneth Bae Transferred to N. Korea Labor Camp
Kenneth Bae Transferred to N. Korea Labor Camp

Kenneth Bae Transferred To North Korea Labor Camp

Korean-American missionary Kenneth Bae has been transferred to a North Korean labor camp from a hospital, despite U.S. concerns that his health is worsening.
 
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US must ‘destroy’ Islamic State, say religious conservatives
US must ‘destroy’ Islamic State, say religious conservatives
US must ‘destroy’ Islamic State, say religious conservatives

US must ‘Destroy’ Islamic State, Say Religious Conservatives

A coalition of more than 50 religious leaders, led by mostly conservative Catholic, evangelical and Jewish activists, is calling on President Obama to sharply escalate military action against Islamic extremists in Iraq. They s...

 
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As Showdown Looms, Humanitarian Situation Worsens in Eastern Ukraine
As Showdown Looms, Humanitarian Situation Worsens in Eastern Ukraine
As Showdown Looms, Humanitarian Situation Worsens in Eastern Ukraine

As Showdown Looms, Humanitarian Situation Worsens In Eastern Ukraine

As Ukraine promises to deny entrance to a convoy of nearly 300 Russian trucks carrying what Russia says are aid to civilians in Russian-speaking eastern Ukraine, the humanitarian situation is worsening in the region's besieged ...
 
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Cameroon Fears Ebola Spread from Nigeria
Cameroon Fears Ebola Spread from Nigeria
Cameroon Fears Ebola Spread from Nigeria

Cameroon Fears Ebola Spread From Nigeria

The Ebola scare has gripped Cameroon following reports that cases of the disease were imported from neighboring Nigeria. Cameroon's minister of health has refuted the allegations.
 
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Saudi Arabia Tells Israel Only Peace Can Ensure Its Survival
Saudi Arabia Tells Israel Only Peace Can Ensure Its Survival
Saudi Arabia Tells Israel Only Peace Can Ensure Its Survival

Saudi Arabia Tells Israel Only Peace Can Ensure Its Survival

Saudi Arabia told Israel on Tuesday that it must reach a peace agreement with the Palestinians if it is to survive as a nation, and criticized Muslims for being divided and failing to stop the Jewish state attacking its Arab ne...

 
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Attack On Nuns Said To Be First Ever In Bangladesh

A mob of about 60 people armed with machetes, knives and iron rods raided a Catholic convent and beat up its nuns and priest - the Catholic mission in Rangpur district, 280 kilometers northwest of Bangladesh’s capital city Dhaka.