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Bob Jones University halts investigation

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Sexual Abuse | The South Carolina school terminates its agreement with an independent group investigating responses to sexual abuse

Troubling priorities in Nigeria

By Jamie Dean
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Nigeria | U.S. government focuses on gay issues instead of terrorist attacks on Christians and other Nigerians

Just say yes

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Egyptian voters overwhelmingly pass a new constitution, but worries persist over the country’s future

Brother vs. brother

By Jamie Dean
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South Sudan | As political and tribal conflict splits South Sudan, church leaders hope to be peacemakers

Cease-fire in South Sudan

By Jamie Dean
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South Sudan | The agreement looks to halt the violence as peace negotiations continue

Egyptians embrace new constitution

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Voters overwhelmingly approve a constitutional referendum as the country’s top military leader ponders the presidency

Partisan probe?

By Jamie Dean
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Politics | The Obama administration picks an Obama supporter to investigate whether the IRS illegally targeted conservative groups

On the edge

By Jamie Dean
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South Sudan | A new development in South Sudan’s conflict offers hope, but the suffering of thousands of civilians remains severe

Uncivil war

By Jamie Dean
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South Sudan | South Sudan’s large Christian population is among the millions threatened by a worsening conflict

Tidings of discomfort and joy

By Jamie Dean
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Religion | In breaking with The Episcopal Church, many Anglican congregations have lost beautiful buildings but gained something greater

Undesirables

By Jamie Dean
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Kenya | The UN and the Kenyan government report a vexing problem: The ‘demand’ for children is too high

A life laid down

By Jamie Dean
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Libya | An American teacher killed in Benghazi strived to ‘treasure Christ above all things’

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