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Once Sanctuaries, Houses of Worship Struggle with Security

Once Sanctuaries, Houses of Worship Struggle with Security

By Mike Householder, Rebecca Santana And Kelli Kennedy | Mar 17
A rabbi who packs a gun. A church installing security cameras. A police car protecting a mosque.

New Zealand Gunman Entranced with Ottoman Sites in Europe

New Zealand Gunman Entranced with Ottoman Sites in Europe

By Jovana Gec | Mar 17
The white supremacist suspected in the mosque shootings that left at least 50 people dead in New Zealand had traveled to the Balkans in the past three years, where he toured historic sites.

Egg on the Face? Watch this Far-Right Aussie Politician's Reaction

Egg on the Face? Watch this Far-Right Aussie Politician's Reaction

Mar 16
Far Right Australian politician Fraser Anning made headlines yesterday when he blamed Christchurch slaughter on immigration policies that "allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place." Today he has egg on his face.

Italy Probes Possible Poisoning of Anti-Berlusconi Witness

Italy Probes Possible Poisoning of Anti-Berlusconi Witness

By Nicole Winfield | Mar 16
Italy prosecutors have opened an investigation into the possible poisoning death of a Moroccan model who was a key witness in the trial against ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi over his infamous "bunga bunga" parties.

Poland's Ruling Chief Speaks Strongly Against LGBT Rights

Poland's Ruling Chief Speaks Strongly Against LGBT Rights

Mar 16
The leader of Poland's right-wing ruling party has used hostile language while speaking against rights for LGBT persons, a subject that has risen to prominence in his political campaign ahead of crucial elections in Poland this year.

French Rioters Set Fire to Paris Bank; Mother, Child Saved

French Rioters Set Fire to Paris Bank; Mother, Child Saved

By Thomas Adamson and Angela Charlton | Mar 16
French yellow vest protesters set life-threatening fires, smashed up luxury stores and clashed with police Saturday in the 18th straight weekend of demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron.

New Zealand Shooter Steeped Attack In Dark Internet Culture

New Zealand Shooter Steeped Attack In Dark Internet Culture

By Rachel Lerman | Mar 16
The suspected New Zealand shooter carefully modeled his attack for an internet age.

As Brexit Stalls, Supporters Protest Betrayal of Their Dream

As Brexit Stalls, Supporters Protest Betrayal of Their Dream

By Jill Lawless | Mar 16
With Britain's departure from the European Union likely to be put on hold, some Brexit supporters fear their dream is dying.

US Business Groups Encouraged by Prospect of US-China Deal

US Business Groups Encouraged by Prospect of US-China Deal

By Christopher Rugaber | Mar 16
U.S. business groups said Friday they are encouraged by China's approval of a new law that loosens restrictions on foreign investment and said it could help smooth the way to a substantive trade agreement between the two countries.

EU Official Floats 2-Stage Delay to Brexit

EU Official Floats 2-Stage Delay to Brexit

Mar 16
A senior European Union official is floating the possibility of a two-step delay to Britain's departure from the bloc, currently scheduled for March 29.

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