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Vatican Document Stirring Controversy Over ‘Welcoming and Accepting’ Practicing Homosexuals‏

ROME — Controversy is stirring over a document released by a meeting of international bishops of the Roman Catholic religion who are spending two weeks at the Vatican to discuss marriage and family issues. While the document may undergo further adjustments in its language surrounding issues such as homosexuality, cohabitation and divorce, the first proposed version […]

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Second Texas Healthcare Worker Tests Positive for Ebola

DALLAS – A second Texas healthcare worker who treated the Liberian visitor who died of Ebola last week has tested positive for the virus. Amber Vison, 26, was admitted to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital last night and placed under isolation after she reported a low grade fever. Vison was among the more than 70 hospital […]

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Ebola Spreading Fast: 10,000 New Cases Per Week, Predicts World Health Organization

In just two months, the Ebola outbreak that has wreaked havoc on West Africa and is spreading to the U.S. and Europe could see 10,000 new cases every week, according to the World Health Organization. The latest prediction from WHO paints a bleak future as the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history has health officials across […]

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Members of Chinese ‘Church of Almighty God’ Cult Sentenced to Death Following Murder Conviction

HONG KONG – Two members of a Chinese cult called ‘Church of Almighty God’ have been sentenced to death for allegedly murdering a woman at a fast food restaurant when she refused to participate in their recruitment efforts. Zhang Fan and her father Zang Lidong learned of their punishment in Yantai Intermediate People’s Court in […]

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Liberian Man Who Was First to Receive Ebola Diagnosis in U.S. Dies

DALLAS – Thomas Duncan, the Liberian national who was the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, died Wednesday at a Dallas hospital, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital said. “He fought courageously in this battle,” said Wendell Watson, a hospital spokesman. “Our professionals, the doctors and nurses in the unit, as well as the […]

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Illinois Teen Arrested After Attempting to Leave Country to Join Islamic Savage Group ISIS

CHICAGO – An Illinois teenager who lived with his parents just outside of Chicago has been arrested after attempting to leave the country to join the Islamic savage group ISIS, also identifying themselves as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Mohammed Hamzah Khan, 19, was taken into custody by the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task […]

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Messianic Jew Deported From Israel Over Evangelism Efforts to Appeal to Supreme Court

JERUSALEM (Morning Star News) – A British messianic Jew deported from Israel last year for participating in an evangelistic outreach to Jews confirmed that he will appeal his case to the nation’s supreme court. Barry Barnett, 50, left the country on Dec. 2 under a deportation order issued by Israel’s Ministry of the Interior. He was […]

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Two Pastors Among 46 Christians Killed in Kaduna State, Nigeria

KARSHIN DAJI, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Following attacks on three towns in Nigeria’s Kaduna state last week that killed 46 Christians, church leaders said the Muslim Fulani assailants seem driven to rid the area of Christianity and use the land to graze their cattle. Two pastors were among 31 Christians killed just after midnight on […]

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Muslim Barbarian Group ISIS Beheads Second British Aid Worker, Says U.S. Army Vet Is Next

The Islamic terrorist group ISIS, also identifying themselves as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, has released a fourth beheading video, executing another British aid worker who had been providing humanitarian assistance in Syria. The video, entitled “Another Message to America And Its Allies,” begins with footage of a news report outlining the British Parliament’s […]

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Report: Liberia May Prosecute Man Who Brought Ebola to U.S. for Lying on Questionnaire

DALLAS – Officials in Liberia may prosecute a man who brought the Ebola virus to the United States after he allegedly lied on a questionnaire before boarding a plane out of the country, reports state. Binyah Kesselly, chairman of the board of directors of the Liberia Airport Authority, told reporters this week that Thomas Eric Duncan answered […]

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