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Scotland backs spanking ban

Scotland backs spanking ban

Opponents say the law will punish good parents, overwhelm social services By Kiley Crossland   (WNS)–Scotland plans to ban spanking, or “smacking” as Scots commonly call it. The...
Kenyan police kill dozens of protesters before election

Kenyan police kill dozens of protesters before election

Opposition says government has not done enough to secure democracy By Onize Ohikere   (WNS)–Kenyan police killed at least 33 people and injured hundreds of others during post-election...
Temple Mount excavation yields new finds

Temple Mount excavation yields new finds

By Julie Borg   (WNS)–Israeli archaeologists recently uncovered eight previously unearthed sections of the Temple Mount’s retaining wall in Jerusalem and part of a Roman-era theater in...
World Briefs

World Briefs

    China Unveils Powerful Laser Gun China has developed a powerful new counter-terrorism laser gun, which can hit targets at 200 meters within one second. The weapon has a handset for aiming, a...
Hungary steps up to fight persecution

Hungary steps up to fight persecution

By Julia A. Seymour (WNS)–Under Prime Minister Victor Orban’s leadership, Hungary is taking the lead in helping persecuted Middle Eastern Christians.   At a government-sponsored...
Thousands of trapped migrants discovered in Libya

Thousands of trapped migrants discovered in Libya

Crisis began after Italy paid local militias to curb migrant flows  By Onize Ohikere   (WNS)–Rescue groups in Libya’s northwestern city of Sabratha said thousands of migrants have been...
Riots in Jerusalem

Riots in Jerusalem

  By Cheryl Hancock-Watts JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (ANS) – After spending a nice day in Jerusalem, I walked with a friend to the Light Rail, which would take me to my car on the other side of the...
The politicization of Father’s Day

The politicization of Father’s Day

By Kiley Crossland   (WNS)–Ahead of a national ballot survey on gay marriage, an Australian regulatory agency said a television commercial celebrating Father’s Day was too political. The...
World Briefs

World Briefs

Evolutionary scientist admits theory’s major flaws (WNS)–Gerd Müller, a highly regarded Austrian evolutionary theorist, recently gave a presentation, published in Interface Focus, in which...
Teen reversing his gender transition

Teen reversing his gender transition

Doctors say the 14-year-old’s case shows the problem with ‘gender-affirming care’ By Kiley Crossland   (WNS)–An Australian teenager went public earlier this month about his decision...