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Incensed Australian Goverment Tells Obama to Stay Out of Great Barrier Reef Preservation

President Obama has incited tensions with some in the higher levels of Australian government after using his closing remarks at the G20 summit to demand Australia do more to protect the Great Barrier Reef. In response, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop sent a letter to President Obama "briefing" him on the government's extensive work in protecting the natural treasure. 21 Nov 2014, 10:06 AM PDT

Controversial Cardinal Tells Catholics to Contact Pope

American Cardinal Raymond Burke, recently demoted from the highest legal office in the Vatican, told a conference in Ireland that Catholic layman should write to the Pope to voice their opinions about the general Synod of Bishops to take place next October. 21 Nov 2014, 8:40 AM PDT

Swedish Appeals Court Upholds Assange Detention

STOCKHOLM (AP) — A Swedish appeals court upheld the detention order on Julian Assange on Thursday, dismissing a challenge by the WikiLeaks founder who is wanted by prosecutors in an investigation of alleged sex crimes. 21 Nov 2014, 7:44 AM PDT

Brooke Shields' Grandfather Paid to Abort Her

When Brooke Shields’ mother was pregnant with her, her father’s father tried to persuade her to have an abortion, Shields reveals in a new book. Her grandfather “discreetly slid her an envelope and asked her to take care of the ‘situation.’” 21 Nov 2014, 7:38 AM PDT

NATO Reports 400 Intercepts of Russian Aircraft in 2014

(AFP) NATO said Thursday there have been around 400 intercepts of Russian military flights near its member countries this year, amid heightened tension between Moscow and the West over the Ukraine crisis. 21 Nov 2014, 7:33 AM PDT

Pope Francis Rails against Greedy Priests

The people of God can forgive their priests when they have a weakness, or when they slip up, said Pope Francis Friday. “But there are two things that the people of God cannot forgive: a priest attached to money and a priest who mistreats people. That they cannot forgive!” he said. 21 Nov 2014, 7:29 AM PDT

U.N.: Nearly 1,000 Killed During 'Cease-Fire' in East Ukraine

NEW YORK, Nov. 20 (UPI) -- The United Nations released a report Thursday, detailing the "serious human rights violations" that have continued in eastern Ukraine despite a Sept. 5 cease-fire agreed to by all parties to the conflict. 21 Nov 2014, 7:28 AM PDT

Mali Ebola Crisis Deepens with Doctor's Death

BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — Mali's emerging Ebola crisis deepened Thursday as the government announced that a doctor had died from the disease, becoming the second health worker fatality linked to a single patient initially thought to have kidney disease. 21 Nov 2014, 7:10 AM PDT

Angry Mexicans Protest over 43 Missing Students

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A largely peaceful march by tens of thousands demanding the return of 43 missing students ended in violence, as a small group of masked protesters battled police in Mexico City's main square. 21 Nov 2014, 6:57 AM PDT

U.S. Deploying Extra Troops to Iraq

BAGHDAD, Nov. 21 (UPI) -- The next wave of 1,500 extra American troops to train and advise Iraqi forces in their continuing battle against the Islamic State will be sent abroad within the next few weeks, says the Pentagon. 21 Nov 2014, 6:50 AM PDT

Biden Calls on Russia to Uphold East Ukraine Truce

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden says Russia must uphold its end of a truce in east Ukraine in order to resolve the conflict which has claimed at least 4,300 lives since March. 21 Nov 2014, 6:44 AM PDT

Pope Demands Just Distribution of World's Bounty

Pope Francis demanded a more just distribution of the world's bounty for the poor and hungry Thursday, telling a U.N. conference on nutrition that access to food is a basic human right that shouldn't be subject to market speculation and quests for profit. 20 Nov 2014

Russia Demands Guarantee Ukraine Will Not Join NATO

President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitri Peskov told the BBC that Moscow demands a "100% guarantee" that Ukraine will never join NATO. The organization continues to accuse Russia of aggravating the situation in Ukraine and breaking the ceasefire truce from September. 20 Nov 2014

Report: There Are Active ISIS Cells Inside Turkey

Turkey has contributed to the rise of the brutal Islamic State by turning a blind eye to the ongoing flow of money, weapons, illegal oil, and fighters across its border to the jihadist group in Syria, according to a new report. 20 Nov 2014

Defenders of Muslim Prayer at National Cathedral Miss the Point

In the wake of the November 14 Muslim prayer service in Washington’s National Cathedral, Christian figures have rushed to defend the event in an effort to show how open-minded and tolerant they are. The Reverend Susan Russell watched the prayer service via live streaming from her living room in Pasadena, CA, and wrote glowingly of “a service that emphasized the 'all' in ‘all people.’” 20 Nov 2014

Suicide Car Bomber Hits Iraq Kurdish City of Erbil

IRBIL, Iraq (AP) — A suicide car bomber struck in the heart of the northern Iraqi Kurdish city of Irbil, killing at least four people, according to initial reports in local Kurdish media. 20 Nov 2014

UNRWA Employees Praise Murder of Jerusalem Rabbis

In the aftermath of the vicious murder of five Jews at a synagogue in Jerusalem, teachers employed by UNRWA (United Nations Relief & Works Agency For Palestine Refugees) have gone to social media to praise what they called a “heroic operation,” hoping that their God will accept the jihadists as “martyrs” in heaven. 19 Nov 2014

The Psychosis of Palestinian Nationalism

The Jerusalem Post's inestimable Arab correspondent, Khaled Abu Toameh, argues that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the terror attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem--equivocally, and reluctantly--only because U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry had called him "twice over the past few days to demand that the Palestinians stop anti-Israel incitement." 19 Nov 2014

NYT Defends Cuban Doctor 'Slave Trade,' Attacks US Refugee Program

The New York Times editorial board has taken a bold stance on the issue of Cuba’s doctor slave trade, a system that coerces doctors to work abroad for meager “stipends” in exchange for more than $8 million a year being deposited into the communist government’s pockets. Naturally, the Times has taken sides with the communist regime, condemning the United States’ offer of refugee status to these doctors. 19 Nov 2014


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