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U.S. Evangelist Wins Five-Year Battle for Residency in Turkey

ISTANBUL, Turkey (Morning Star News) – After a five-year court battle, a U.S. evangelist singled out by Turkey’s Ministry of the Interior for deportation because of his outreach activities has been granted a residency permit to stay in Turkey. David Byle was issued a residency permit at the end of January after five years of living […]

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American Blogger Who Criticized Islam Hacked to Death in Bangladesh

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — A prominent Bangladeshi-American blogger known for speaking out against religious extremism was hacked to death as he walked through Bangladesh’s capital with his wife, police said Friday. The attack Thursday night on Avijit Roy, a Bangladesh-born U.S. citizen, occurred on a crowded sidewalk as he and his wife, Rafida Ahmed, were […]

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Prosecutors: Student Charged With Assault Said He Was Re-Enacting ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’

CHICAGO – A University of Illinois at Chicago student leader has been charged with sexually assaulting a 19-year-old female student in what Cook County prosecutors say was a re-enactment of scenes from the film “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Freshman Mohammad Hossain, 19, appeared shocked after a Cook County judge set his bail at $500,000, walking […]

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Lawyers Appeal Court Order to Close Sudanese Evangelical Church

NORTH KHARTOUM, Sudan (Christian Telegraph) – Lawyers representing the Khartoum Bahri Evangelical Church in North Khartoum have filed an appeal against a court decision to confiscate the remaining property at the site and permanently close the church, reports Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST and ASSIST News Service. According to Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), on February 18th, […]

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Scottish School Bans Christian Book After Humanist Complaint

(The Christian Institute) – A Scripture Union book designed to help with the move to secondary school has been banned at a Scottish school after humanists complained it could “distress” pupils. Robert Douglas Memorial School in Scone, Perthshire, decided to stop handing out the book to primary school leavers after a complaint from one humanist […]

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Male Models Wear Cashmere Mini Dresses at New York Fashion Show

As clothing becomes more amorphous and less gender specific, lines are blurring. At Hood by Air’s FW 2015 runway show in New York this week, male models wore slit dresses down the runway, while Public School showed women wearing men’s trousers. On Sunday, New York-based designer Telfar Clemens had two male models strut the runway […]

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Motorists Shocked as ‘Fifty Shades’ Screenings at California Drive-In Visible from Highway

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (ABC7) – Though a movie screening that can be heard and seen by the public for free might sound fun in most cases, some parents are frustrated by what one drive-in theater is broadcasting for all to see: “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The movie, rated R for “strong sexual content, unusual behavior, and […]

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Ukraine Ceasefire Will Allow Aid, Gospel to Flow

Ukraine (MNN) — It took about 17 hours, but a ceasefire agreement has been reached in Ukraine. The German/French-brokered deal is just the beginning of what all parties say is a long diplomatic road ahead. President Vladimir Putin was the first to announce the deal, but he also said there are still many issues facing […]

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British Abortionist Who Performed Abortion on Teen, Then Raped Her Twice, Found Guilty

(Life News) – A British doctor who did an abortion on a 16-year-old girl’s baby and then proceeded to rape her has been found guilty. The doctor, Michael Salmon, reportedly sexually abused multiple girls during his practice. Salmon is on trial at Reading Crown Court accused of three counts a rape, 11 of indecent assault, […]

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Mississippi Men Sentenced to Prison for Targeted Murder of Black Man

JACKSON, Miss. (Associated Press) – Three young white men who admitted they were out hunting black people to attack when they beat, ran over and killed a 47-year-old car plant worker in Mississippi’s capital city were sentenced Tuesday to federal prison following a hate crimes investigation. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves sentenced Deryl Paul Dedmon […]

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