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EU Moves to Place Hamas Back on Terror List

The European Union Council has appealed to reverse a decision by the European Court of Human Rights to remove Hamas from the EU terror organization blacklist.
January 19, 2015
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Argentinean prosecutor found shot dead

An Argentinian prosecutor who proved Iranian and Hezbollah involvement in the 1994 Buenos Aires Jewish center bombing, was found dead shortly before he was scheduled to testify.
January 19, 2015
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Pope Defends Islamic Terror

In unholy remarks, the Pope appeared to offer rationale to the Charlie Hebdo massacre, citing religious sensitivities as the reason.
January 18, 2015
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Japanese PM to Arrive in Israel in First Visit Since 2006

For the first time in nine years, Japan's Prime Minister will visit Israel on a week-long trip meant to strengthen ties in the economic and technological fields. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is schedul...
January 15, 2015
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New Charlie Hebdo Issue Completely Sold Out Despite Terror Threats

Millions of copies of the latest issue of the Charlie Hebdo weekly magazine, nicknamed the “survivors’ edition,” are being printed and translated into 16 languages – including Arabic – and distributed in 25 countries. All initial 500,000 copies in France, on stands early Wednesday morning, were sold out by dawn, AP reports.

January 14, 2015