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Whats In the News

Week in Review

 International Workers in a typhoon-shattered city in the Philippines buried 100 of its thousands of dead in a mass burial as aid began to...
Week in Review

International The international chemical weapons watchdog said that Syria had met an important deadline for “the functional destruction” of all the chemical weapons production...
Week in Review

International Germany has become the latest government to demand answers from the United States about NSA spying after reports the U.S. may have monitored...
Week in Review

 International Hundreds of thousands of Muslim pilgrims performed the ritual stoning of the Devil as the annual Hajj ended with no significant tragedies reported...
Week in Review

International Hundreds of thousands of Muslim pilgrims performed the ritual stoning of the Devil as the annual Hajj ended with no significant tragedies reported...
Week in Review

 International An advance team of international weapons inspectors are taking the first steps toward dismantling Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal. There is no outward indication that...
Week in Review

  International Syrian President Bashar Assad said in an interview that he does not discount the possibility of a U.S. military attack. Assad also said in...
Week in Review

International      “We’ve kind of hit a wall,” President Barack Obama commented on his way to Russia. He meant his relationship with Moscow but...
Week in Review

International U.S. President Barack Obama's effort to win legislative backing for military strikes against Syria passed its first hurdle when a Senate committee voted...
Week in Review

 By Deidre Hazim TOPEKA, Kansas – Several months ago, members of six United Methodist churches in central Kansas decided that it was time to become...

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