Aug. 7, 2014
The World and Everything in It

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Fallout from the shooting death of Major General Greene, 40 years since Nixon’s resignation, The Olasky Interview

Today’s news and details in the death of Major General Greene call into question the relationship between Afghanistan and America, plus: commentator Cal Thomas remembers Richard Nixon’s resignation address from 40 years ago, WORLD News Group’s Marvin Olasky interviews the founders of the Adriatic Institute for Public Policy, and more

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Thursday news

Israel/Palestine: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has revealed intelligence videos showing Hamas using a UN school as a firing base.

Hacked: A Russian cyber gang has hacked email accounts around the world.

Ebola: A second Ebola death in Nigeria is causing concern that the disease might spread. 

Africa: President Obama wrapped up a 3-day summit with African leaders in Washington on Wednesday.

Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were mostly in positive territory Wednesday.

New details in the shooting of Major General Harold Greene

Chief correspondent Kent Covington talks about the new details surfacing about the death of a 2-star U.S. Army General in Afghanistan and how that might affect American/Afghan relations.

Commentary: 40 years since Nixon resigned

Commentator Cal Thomas remembers the Nixon resignation speech from 1974.

The Olasky Interview: Crime and corruption in the Balkans

In this segment, WORLD News Group editor in chief Marvin Olasky talks with Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy, founders of the Adriatic Institute for Public Policy.

Read more from the interview and watch a video of the full conversation here (note: the video is on page 2).

Aug. 7, 2014


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