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The curious case of Bowe Bergdahl

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Military | The Army sergeant’s former pastor speaks about the soldier’s controversial release

Man in motions

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Law | A lone Georgia attorney helps spur GM’s recall of 2.6 million cars, but a higher law drives his passions inside and outside the courtroom

The Lost Girls

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Nigeria | Boko Haram’s horrific kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls is one part of a wider campaign to obliterate Christians

Names of abducted Nigerian schoolgirls released

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Nigeria | A Nigerian newspaper has published a list of the nearly 180 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted by Islamist militants more than three weeks ago. The identities of…

Abducted Nigerian schoolgirls ‘taken abroad,’ forced to marry their captors

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Nigeria | The plight of as many as 230 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted by Islamist terrorists earlier this month has taken a tragic turn: Reports indicate militants have…

Africa’s new champion or terrorist punching bag?

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Nigeria | Nigeria touts its growing economic influence, while terrorists kidnap its children

Is South Sudan the next Rwanda?

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South Sudan | A brutal massacre in Bentiu prompts worries of genocide

Nigerian parents search for kidnapped daughters

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Nigeria | In a remote corner of northeastern Nigeria, a group of desperate parents have joined a band of vigilantes to search for at least 100 teenage girls abducted…

Legal complaint filed in Vision Forum case

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Religion | The possibility of a messy trial brings important reminders about Christian clarity

Terror disconnections

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Islam | One year after the Boston Marathon bombing, a local university silences discussion of radical Islam

Charitable confusion

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Religion | World Vision reverses decision to hire employees in same-sex marriages, but questions remain about theological clarity

Remembering a massacre

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Rwanda | The 20th anniversary of Rwanda’s genocide brings memories of violence and stories of reconciliation

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