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At least 50 killed in terror attack at Nigeria college
Posted: Sunday, September 29, 2013

At least 50 killed in terror attack at Nigeria college
Remaining students flee agricultural school after suspected Islamists launch midnight assault; 30 more civilians killed over past week

Students massacred in Nigeria attack

Tunisian government agrees to resignation plan with opposition
Tunisia's ruling moderate Islamic Ennahda Party has agreed to resign in order to put an end to the ongoing political deadlock in the North African country.

Tunisia's ruling Islamists accept plan to step down

Car bomb kills 33 in northwest Pakistan

Obama Talks on Phone With Iran's Leader, Negotiates With Tehran
"Just now I spoke on the phone with President Rouhani of the Islamic Republic of Iran," he said. "The two of us discussed our ongoing efforts to reach an agreement over Iran's nuclear program."

Netanyahu's tough talk on Iran may find a less receptive audience

Iran's President Rouhani Pelted with Eggs for Talking to Obama
Iran's new President Hassan Rouhani had to confront several dozen of Islamist opposers upon coming back from his trip to New York to take part in the UN General Assembly.

Shoes, eggs & rocks at Rouhani's airport reception
Iranian president gets mixed welcome in Tehran after his five-day trip to New York, Obama phone call

The Israeli Lobby Sets Out To Defeat Obama on Iran

Israel starts campaign to boost U.S. military aid

Brian Williams' Iran propaganda
The NBC star tells his viewers that Iranian leaders are 'suddenly claiming they don't want nuclear weapons', even though they've been saying it for years

Iran unveils short-range reconnaissance drone

UK seeks full cyber warfare capability, experts
Britain will recruit hundreds of computer experts to defend its vital networks against cyber attacks and launch high-tech assaults of its own, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said on Sunday.

NSA: Analysts spied on love interests
The National Security Agency has admitted that analysts have abused their authority to spy on love interests on several occasions.

Glenn Greenwald working on new NSA revelations

Dream Team: Scahill, Greenwald Investigating NSA Role in US 'Assassination Program'
'The connections between war and surveillance are clear.'

N.S.A. Gathers Data on Social Connections of U.S. Citizens

Immune drugs hold hope of "clinical cure" for deadly skin cancer

'It is time to end the war on drugs', says top UK police chief
Mike Barton, Durham's chief constable, says NHS 'could be used to supply addicts' and urges drugs policy revolution

On the shifting frontlines of the fight against al-Shabaab
Even as last weekend's horrific events in Nairobi were unfolding, a brutal and deadly war was being played out hundreds of miles to the north in Somalia

Lee Rigby's Muslim murder suspects plead not guilty to hacking in London street
Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22, the two men who were arrested for hacking to death a British soldier as he walked down London streets in broad daylight, pleaded not guilty in court on Friday.

22 militants killed in Afghan raids in 24 hours: official
Twenty-two militants were killed in operations in Afghanistan, the country's Interior Ministry said Sunday morning.

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