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DECEMBER 2, 2013 –MONDAY- Kislev  29, 5774

   Vol I. No.3

WORLD EDITION 

"News is the propaganda of the truth" -MJS

HEADLINERS SECTION

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Ukraine: Protesters besiege government building

USA TODAY - ‎5 minutes ago‎
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - Thousands of Ukrainian protesters on Monday blocked entrances to the government building and called for the ouster of the prime minister and his cabinet, as anger at the president's decision to ditch a deal for closer ties with the ...
 
 

Thailand protests: PM rejects resignation demand

BBC News - ‎9 minutes ago‎
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has rejected protesters' demands that she step down, amid fresh clashes in Bangkok. Ms Yingluck said the demands were not possible under the constitution, but that she remained open to talks.
 
 

Analysis: Saudis have few options as they push tougher foreign policy

Reuters - ‎4 hours ago‎
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia seems to have few viable options for pursuing a more independent and forthright foreign policy, despite its deep unease about the West's tentative rapprochement with Iran.
 
 

Biden visits Asia amid Japan-SKorea's toxic ties

Businessweek - ‎2 hours ago‎
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - When South Korean fans at a soccer game against Japan unfurled two massive banners honoring men considered national heroes for battling Japanese invaders, organizers took them down, Tokyo grumbled - and South ...
 
 

Muslim Brotherhood rejects Egypt's draft constitution

BBC News - ‎22 minutes ago‎
The group said "abusive coupists" were trying to "distort Egypt's legitimate constitution", adopted under ousted President Mohammed Morsi last year.
 
 

UK's Cameron Urges EU-China Trade Deal

Wall Street Journal - ‎18 minutes ago‎
LONDON—U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron will champion an agreement to liberalize trade between the European Union and China in a meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Beijing on Monday that could be worth up to £1.8 billion ($2.95 billion) a ...
 
 

Police raise death toll in Scotland crash to 9

Houston Chronicle - ‎52 minutes ago‎
LONDON (AP) - Scottish authorities used a crane to remove the wreckage of a police helicopter from the roof of a Glasgow pub on Monday, and raised the death toll from its crash to nine.
 
 

Netanyahu holds first meeting with Pope Francis

Jerusalem Post - ‎55 minutes ago‎
PM meets with pontiff at Vatican for first time since his ordination in March; the two speak about Iran nuke program, Israeli-Palestinian talks, Christians in Israel and Mideast; PM expected to invite pope to Holy Land.
 
 

West Bank violence jumps, but this time it's more personal

Washington Post - ‎9 hours ago‎
JERUSALEM - A retired Israeli military officer was beaten to death with a pickax in his front yard. A Palestinian man was fatally shot after ramming his tractor into an Israeli army gate.
 
 

Canadian police arrest Toronto man suspected of spying for China

Reuters India - ‎2 hours ago‎
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian police have arrested a Toronto man suspected of seeking to give China classified information about Canadian shipbuilding procurement policies, security officials said on Sunday.
 
 

Dolan: Catholics 'outmarketed' on gay marriage

Wall Street Journal - ‎Nov 29, 2013‎
NEW YORK - New York's Cardinal Timothy Dolan says the Roman Catholic Church has been "outmarketed" on the issue of gay marriage and has been "caricatured as being anti-gay.
 
 

Iran 'will not abandon Arak heavy water reactor'

Hindustan Times - ‎22 hours ago‎
Iran's nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi has said Tehran will never abandon the Arak heavy water reactor, considering it a "red line" in talks with world powers, media reported Sunday.
 
 

Yemen: 3 militants, 2 soldiers killed in fighting

NewsOK.com - ‎34 minutes ago‎
SANAA, Yemen (AP) - A Yemeni military official says clashes in a southern province have left three suspected al-Qaida militants and two soldiers dead.
 
 

Israel says returns fire into Syria on occupied Golan Heights

Reuters
1 hour ago
 
Written by
Crispian Balmer
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Israeli army fired into Syria on Monday after its troops were shot at on the occupied Golan Heights, the military said.
 
 

WTO meet begins tomorrow, high stakes for India's food programme

Times of India - ‎2 hours ago‎
BALI: Ministers and trade diplomats from 159 countries will get into tough negotiations at the WTO ministerial meeting beginning here tomorrow with India seeking a deal on farm subsidies that will enable it to implement its $20 billion food security law without ...
 
 

Child taken from womb by social services: it's not always wrong

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎17 minutes ago‎
At first glance the story that a woman has been sedated and forced to have a caesarean section is shocking. It has been reported that this is “unprecedented” by the woman's lawyer and “highly unusual” by an expert on social care proceedings, but why would ...
 
 

Militants attack police party in Kashmir, SHO killed

Press Trust of India - ‎2 hours ago‎
Srinagar, Dec 2 (PTI) In a major strike, militants today attacked a police party in Budgam district of Kashmir Valley, killing an officer and injuring three others, including two cops.
 
 

India's anti-corruption party and its leader, Arvind Kejriwal, face first big test in ...

Washington Post - ‎12 minutes ago‎
NEW DELHI - At a recent rally, supporters of an upstart Indian political party waved brooms in the air - a signal they're ready to clean house - danced in the dusty, sun-dappled street and chanted “End corruption!
 

 

 

Karzai government accuses US of withholding fuel from Afghan troops

Washington Post - ‎14 hours ago‎
KABUL - Afghan military and police commanders are accusing the U.S.-led coalition of withholding fuel and other support in an attempt to pressure President Hamid Karzai into signing a security agreement with the United States.

 

 

 

Latest News 

Biden on delicate mission to
defuse tensions in East Asia
 

Protesters, police clash in Ukraine over president's pro-Russia policy 

Gitmo detainees reportedly fighting
transfer to home countries
 

Karzai accuses US of cutting
Afghan military supplies
in security row
 

U.S. HealthCare.gov website faces
new tests as traffic builds
 

Cardinal Dolan affirms church's
opposition to ObamaCare, warns
of backlash
 

Thai PM Flees Building
During Violent Protests
 

Kansas City police probe suspicious death at Chiefs' Arrowhead Stadium 

Paul Walker on Christian Faith: 
'Who Couldn't Believe There's
a God?'
 

China launches first
moon mission
 

Amazon testing deliveries 
by drone
 

At least four dead, 63 injured
in New York train derailment
 

India Group Seeks Action on
'Mass Conversion' of Aboriginals
to Christianity
 

Iran says it’ll deploy first
locally built submarine
 

Hagel voices ‘US concerns’
over Egyptian constitution
 

Las Vegas: More Than 80 Sick in
Mysterious Illness Outbreak
 

TBN Founder Paul Crouch Dies at 
Age 79 After Chronic Heart Problems
 

Frugal Seattle man leaves
$188M secret fortune
 

Awesome New Digital Billboard
Identifies Flight Numbers as
The Planes Pass Overhead
 

New, Aggressive HIV Strain
Found in West Africa
 

Christian bookstores create Amazon
like app for the faithful
 

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