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IAEA: Uranium traces found at undeclared Iranian site
The United Nations’ nuclear watchdog said it has detected uranium particles at an undeclared site in Iran in its latest report on the country’s nuclear program issued on Monday.
Trump eyes executive order tying foreign aid to religious freedom
The White House is reportedly drafting plans to condition U.S. foreign assistance on religious freedom.
Iran enriching uranium at 'not declared' site, UN nuclear watchdog says
Uranium of a man-made origin has been discovered in Iran at a site that has 'not been declared' to inspectors, the United Nation's nuclear watchdog disclosed for the first time in a report Monday.
Election boost for Boris Johnson as Brexit leader Nigel Farage withdraws candidates
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's chances of securing a Conservative majority in the nation's next general election just improved, as Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has withdrawn a slew of candidates.
Gantz and Netanyahu may be closing in on deal for unity government: report
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and rival Benny Gantz may be closing in on a coalition deal that would allow the formation of a government and prevent Israel from heading to its third election in under a year, Channel 12 reported on Monday.
Netanyahu: Gaza Operation will take time; We will hit anyone who hits us
Israel will target anyone who tries to attack the State of Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened Tuesday, hours after the IDF assassinated a top Islamic Jihad commander Baha Abu al-Ata in the Gaza Strip and as dozens of rockets were being fired across the country.
Israel kills powerful Islamic Jihad commander Abu al-Ata in targeted Gaza strike
The Israel Defense Forces killed a senior commander of the Islamic Jihad terror group responsible for the firing dozens of rockets out of the Gaza Strip, authorities said early Tuesday, in an attack that could send the sides sliding back toward war.
Assad: 'Israel has conquered our land'
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad claimed Israel has 'conquered' Syrian land.
Islamic Jihad says senior commander targeted in Damascus strike, son killed
Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Syria said Tuesday morning that a building bombed overnight in Damascus was the home of Akram al-Ajouri, a senior member of the terror group.
Some 150 rockets fired at Israel after IDF assassinates Gaza terror leader
The Israel Defense Forces on Tuesday ordered schools closed in southern and central Israel, including the Tel Aviv metropolitan area, as terror groups in the Gaza Strip began firing dozens of rockets at cities and towns throughout the country in retaliation for the assassination of Palestinian Islamic Jihad senior commander Baha Abu al-Ata.
Inside the United States
Supreme Court hears arguments over Trump's efforts to end DACA, deport 'Dreamers'
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear what's expected to be one of its most significant cases of the fall term -- and ultimately make a decision that will affect 800,000 migrants facing deportation by the Trump administration.
Impeachment aside, federal budget remains a pressing matter
Impeachment hearings for President Donald Trump come at the very time that Capitol Hill usually tends to its mound of unfinished business.
Judge dismisses Trump lawsuit against NY officials, House committee over taxes
A federal judge on Monday issued another blow to President Donald Trump and his ongoing effort to avoid having his tax records turned over to Congress.
LGBT group pushes for 20 percent of all television characters be LGBT by 2025
A major gay rights organization is pushing for 20 percent of all television characters to be LGBT by the year 2025.
Equality and Fairness? Transgender Athletes in High School Sports Now a Political and Campaign Issue
In the world of high school sports right now, the issue of transgender athletes is becoming a challenge, especially for female athletes forced to compete against boys who identify as girls.
Fires at three churches in Egypt are 'not coincidence'
Church leaders in Egypt are sounding the alarm after three Coptic churches were hit by fires in the last few weeks.
Two pastors beheaded as violence against Christians flares in Ethiopia
Two Ethiopian pastors have been beheaded in Sebeta, near the capital Addis Ababa, in an outburst of violence against Christians at the end of October, reported a Barnabas Fund contact.