Wednesday, January 14, 2015

'so in the world of today: 14 Jan 2015' by Sam Orr

so in the world of today:
-A court in BC Canada banned a polygamous group from using the name Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
-The ‘Muhammad cover’ issue of Charlie Hobdo sold out in minutes.
-Al Qaeda is taking responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo shootings.
-Austria is letting gay couples adopt.
-A US journalist is being held prisoner in Iran.
-A report found that the DHS has no strategy for dealing with cyber-attacks.
-Chinese authorities rescued 37 infants from traffickers.
-China banned Burquas.

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