June, 2007

Blair says will immediately start as Quartet Mideast envoy

Tony Blair said in an interview published Thursday that he will begin his new job as special Middle East envoy for the Quartet… 0

Luis Palau’s Christian festival to have Catholic elements

When nationally known evangelist Luis Palau brings his two-day Christian festival to Omaha next summer, Catholics will not only be invited to participate,… 19

Iran Cited Over Execution of Minors

71 Child Offenders Are on Death Row, According to Rights Group Has Amnesty International USA considered the abortion rate in this country? Isn’t… 0

Arms Flowing Into Lebanon, U.N. Finds

UNITED NATIONS, June 26 — The present state of border control is inadequate for preventing the smuggling of arms from Syria into Lebanon,… 0

Clergy for Gay Rights

As Congress considers legislation to enshrine “sexual orientation” in law, homosexual rights leaders are touting their support from an unlikely quarter: religious leaders.

Doctors back plan to store medical info under your skin

CHICAGO (AFP) – Doctors could soon be storing essential medical information under the skin of their patients, the American Medical Association says.

UN report: Lebanon-Syria border completely porous

The border between Syria and Lebanon is highly porous, and there is no mechanism capable of preventing the smuggling of weapons and other… 1

Hindu prayer to open US Senate

History will be created when a Hindu prayer will be recited at the opening of the US Senate in Washington DC on July… 52

Winds of War

Several conflicts of various intensities are raging in the Middle East. But a bigger war, involving more states — Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Iran,… 4

Elizabeth Edwards Supports Gay Marriage

Elizabeth Edwards Disagrees With Presidential Hopeful Husband John on Support for Gay Marriage This family photo released by the Edwards Campaign shows Democratic… 0

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