North Africa

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Give me your tired

By Mindy Belz
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Middle East | Left untended, the refugee crisis from Middle East revolutions is washing up in the West

Migrants arrive in Europe in body bags

By Rob Holmes
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International | Hundreds of illegal migrants lost their lives at sea this month crossing the Mediterranean from Africa to Europe, including 339 from Eritrea alone.

Eleven lawyers plead for jailed Moroccan Christian

By Julia A. Seymour
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Persecution | The family of a Moroccan Christian on trial was shocked and touched to see 11 human rights lawyers at his appeal hearing on Oct. 10 in Fez, Morocco. The…

Questions abound one year after Benghazi attack

By J.C. Derrick
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Benghazi Attack | WASHINGTON—Numerous Republican lawmakers vowed on Wednesday to find out the truth about the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans…

Midday Roundup: Wisconsin AG says Catholic hospitals can’t discriminate against abortionists

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Forced to accept abortions. Wisconsin’s attorney general is trying to force three Catholic hospitals in the state to grant admitting privileges to…

Globe Trot: Voting in Kenya, fighting in Mali, geology in Africa, and AIDS cured in Mississippi

By Mindy Belz
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International | High voter turnout in Kenya today marks one of the most complex—and controversial—presidential elections in the key East African nation and strong…

North Africa's criminal Christians

By Whitney Williams
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Libya | Libyan officials arrested four Christian foreigners over the weekend, accusing them of distributing books about Christianity and sharing their faith. Police…

New name, old face behind Masked Brigade attack

By Whitney Williams
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Algeria | A four-day siege at a natural gas plant in Algeria has left 37 foreign hostages dead, according to figures released by the Algerian government Monday. The…

Globe Trot: Algeria, North Korea, Syria, Paris protests, mapping North Africa

By Mindy Belz
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International | “Terrorists should be on notice,” said Defense Secretary Leon Panetta today in London, following the Algerian army’s raid to release an unknown number…

The view from Qatar

By Nikolas Grosfield
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Politics | A kitchen chair in front of a flat-screen TV may be a normal venue for watching the U.S. presidential election. But doing so with a well-educated Palestinian…

Globe Trot 10.24

By Mindy Belz
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International | The euro is falling, this time over unexpectedly bad numbers from Germany—Europe’s economic powerhouse—that show the eurozone crisis oozing into the…

Troubled waters

By Jamie Dean
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Abortion | Dutch pro-abortion group tries to lure Moroccan women offshore to receive abortion-inducing drugs

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