International

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Globe Trot: Cyclone batters Indian coast

By Jamie Dean
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International | INDIA: Hundreds of thousands of Indians fled the country’s eastern seaboard over the weekend as Cyclone Hudhud swept into the Bay of Bengal. Authorities…

CDC investigating after Dallas nurse tests positive for Ebola

By Lynde Langdon
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Ebola Virus | Health officials are closely watching the nurses, doctors, and hospital staff who cared for Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan after one of his nurses tested…

Globe Trot: Ebola death toll tops 4,000

By Jamie Dean
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International | EBOLA’S VICTIMS: Thousands of Ebola victims continue to die in West Africa, and the CDC warns the virus could infect as many as 1.4 million people in…

Kenyan president asks ICC to drop his case

By Moses Wasamu
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Kenya | Uhuru Kenyatta’s appearance before the International Criminal Court is a first for a sitting head of state

Globe Trot: Kobani faces impending disaster

By Jamie Dean
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International | SYRIA: Islamic State militants stand poised to take Kobani, a Kurdish town in Syria near the Turkish border. The militants planted their black flag on a hill…

Christianity’s growth in Nepal includes celebrity convert

By Julia A. Seymour
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Persecution | In the former Hindu kingdom of Nepal, nine out of 10 people have never heard the name of Jesus, according to Greg Kelley of World Mission. But the gospel is…

Globe Trot: Will Obama befriend Iran to fight ISIS?

By Jamie Dean
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International | IRAN: As the U.S. continues its air strikes against ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria, some lawmakers and security experts are urging the White House to…

‘For His good purpose’

By Jamie Dean
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Persecution | American pastor Saeed Abedini pens a letter to his daughter from an Iranian prison

Two cheers for Alibaba

By David Skeel
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Money | Jack Ma has found a way around corrupt Chinese officials, but they may get the last word

Balkan betrayal, again and again

By Marvin Olasky
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History | In a region long used as a pawn by great powers, reformers have reason to be suspicious of the West

Obama’s spread-the-blame policy

By Cal Thomas
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ISIS | “No one should be ashamed to admit they are wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that they are wiser today than they were yesterday.” —Alexander…

Hong Kong protesters give city’s leader 24 hours to resign

By June Cheng
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China | Pro-democracy student leaders threatened to step up their protests by occupying government buildings if Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying…

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