Terrorism

 
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Left to Boko Haram’s mercy

By Jamie Dean
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Nigeria | A hundred days after kidnapping nearly 300 schoolgirls, the Islamic terror group continues to terrorize Christian villages

Even Muslims get fed up

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Religion | Daniel Pipes, American historian and founder of the Middle East Forum, has kept an eye on Islam and its adherents for decades. It’s an occupation that puts…

Nothing left for Mosul Christians but the sword

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | ISIS militants give Christians a final ultimatum, forcing them to flee or be killed

From penalty kicks to Scud missiles

By Ryan Hill
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Sports | Silence, tears, fistfights, riots—the 2014 World Cup has turned many hearts sour as Germany, Argentina, and other powerhouses eliminate their weaker…

Midday Roundup: ISIS gets its hands on nuclear material

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Loose nukes. The ISIS terror group in Iraq has seized about 88 pounds of uranium kept at Mosul University, Reuters reports. The uranium is not weapons-grade,

Saving sons and daughters from radical Islam

By Ryan Hill
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Islam | Chris Boudreau, a grieving mother from Canada, traveled to Europe this last week to learn about ways to spare other families whose children risk the same fate…

Midday Roundup: TSA screening crackdown targets cellphone bomb threat

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Electronic surveillance. Some U.S.-bound airplane passengers will have to turn their cellphones on and off again to meet added security requirements. The…

Midday Roundup: East Coast braces for Hurricane Arthur

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Arthur’s coming. Hurricane Arthur is expected to hit the Carolinas late today or early Friday as a Category 2 storm. Many cities along the Atlantic coast…

Somali youth: We are not terrorists

By Moses Wasamu
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Kenya | Immigrants living in Kenya say the crackdown on refugees may make the country’s security situation worse

Nigeria hires U.S. firm to battle Boko Haram PR nightmare

By Andrew Branch
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Nigeria | A car bomb exploded Tuesday at a popular market in a battered northeastern Nigerian city, reducing stalls, goods, and vehicles to piles of rubble. More than…

Collateral damage

By Jamie Dean
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Kenya | Kenya’s crackdown on terrorist attacks is catching refugees from other war-torn countries in its dragnet

Laying siege from the shadows

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | Saddam’s deputy, Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, may be key to understanding the lightning strikes and success of Sunni militants in Iraq

 
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