Saturday, March 29, 2014


Obama to Saudi king: US will not agree to bad nuclear deal with Iran US President Barack Obama and Saudi King Abdullah discussed "tactical differences".

PA officials: Jews have 'no right to pray' at Western Wall Two Palestinian Authority officials recently asserted that Islamic law forbids Jews from praying at the Western Wall.

Box Office: 'Noah' Winning Over Faith-Based and Mainstream Moviegoers Darren Aronofsky's controversial biblical epic Noah is winning over faith-based and mainstream moviegoers alike at the North American box office.

Ukraine crisis: Russia vows no invasion Moscow has no intention of sending troops into Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said.

Amnesty International warns Israel against use of force in 'Land Day' demonstrations Amnesty International made a public statement on Saturday strictly warning, "Israel must not use violence to quash Land Day demonstrations on Sunday."

Security and Defense: A murky forecast up ahead for West Bank security The coming weeks and months present an uncertain security forecast for the West Bank.

Internet for all: is the answer in the sky? And the Vatican goes digital Facebook is reportedly in talks to purchase Titan Aerospace, a manufacturer of solar-powered drones, with the aim of using them to beam internet connections to isolated communities in Africa.

Obama ignores Saudi human rights record in meeting with King Abdullah Despite mounting concern over human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia, the subject was not introduced in a meeting between US President Barack Obama and Saudi King Abdullah.

Assad's forces surround Aleppo, now control 80 percent of Syria's largest city The Syrian Army has been working on encircling the nation's largest city.