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Egypt Urges US Restraint Over Missouri Unrest
Egypt Urges US Restraint Over Missouri Unrest
Egypt Urges US Restraint Over Missouri Unrest

Egypt Urges US Restraint Over Missouri Unrest

Egypt on Tuesday urged U.S. authorities to exercise restraint in dealing with racially charged demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri - echoing language Washington used to caution Egypt as it cracked down on Islamist protesters l...
 
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The Bibles Are Back: Navy Lodges Scuttle Removal Plan

The Gideon Bibles are going back in the Navy’s nightstand drawers. In June, the U.S. Navy ordered housekeepers at thousands of Navy-owned guest lodges near U.S. and international bases to remove the Bibles and any other “rel...
 
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More than 30 percent of respondents in a new survey said that intimacy before marriage can lead to marriage.
More than 30 percent of respondents in a new survey said that intimacy before marriage can lead to marriage.
More than 30 percent of respondents in a new survey said that intimacy before marriage can lead to marriage.

Can A Hookup Lead To The Altar? Some Say Yes

Purposely ambiguous and definitely provocative, the term “hookup” has gotten plenty of attention from researchers analyzing this sexual behavior that can range from kissing to sexual intercourse.

 
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Surrogacy Hub Thailand to Restrict ‘Rent a Womb’ Services
Surrogacy Hub Thailand to Restrict ‘Rent a Womb’ Services
Surrogacy Hub Thailand to Restrict ‘Rent a Womb’ Services

Surrogacy Hub Thailand To Restrict ‘Rent A Womb’ Services

Thailand is cracking down on a thriving but legally dubious industry where infertile foreign couples pay Thai women to bear children.
 
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Analysts: Islamic State Militants Far From Defeated
Analysts: Islamic State Militants Far From Defeated
Analysts: Islamic State Militants Far From Defeated

Analysts: Islamic State Militants Far From Defeated

As the U.S. focuses on curbing Islamic State fighters in northern Iraq, militants from the extremist group continue to fight in several areas, including close to the western edges of Iraq's capital, Baghdad, sources said.
 
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Pope’s Korea Trip Also Puts Focus on Rise of Christianity in China
Pope’s Korea Trip Also Puts Focus on Rise of Christianity in China
Pope’s Korea Trip Also Puts Focus on Rise of Christianity in China

Pope’s Asia Trip Puts Focus On Rise Of Christianity In China

Pope Francis left Wednesday on the first trip to Asia by a pontiff in more than a quarter century. He honored martyrs in South Korea who helped bring Catholicism to that country, but some Vatican watchers believe the visit was ...

 
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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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3 Years Later, American Aid Worker Still Captive in Pakistan
3 Years Later, American Aid Worker Still Captive in Pakistan
3 Years Later, American Aid Worker Still Captive in Pakistan

3 Years Later, American Aid Worker Still Captive In Pakistan

Three years ago today Warren Weinstein, an American aid worker, was kidnapped by unknown armed men in the Pakistani city of Lahore. A resident of Rockville, Maryland, Weinstein was a business development expert working in Pakis...

 
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Racial Tensions Remain High in Missouri
Racial Tensions Remain High in Missouri
Racial Tensions Remain High in Missouri

Racial Tensions Remain High In Missouri

Racial tensions remain high in a suburb outside Saint Louis, Missouri days after an unarmed black teenager was shot to death, allegedly by a white police officer. Civil rights leaders and President Barack Obama are calling for...