Friday, April 3, 2015

'So in the world of today: 2 April 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Over a million Christians in the Middle East have been killed or displaced since the outbreak of the Isis war.
-Standards on who can be soldiers are set to be lowered.
-Indiana amended it's religious freedom law to ensure that homosexuals would receive no discrimination in housing or jobs.
-A federal judge ordered California to pay for a prisoner’s sex reassignment surgery.
-Isis lost some territory in Iraq.
-Al Qaeda freed 270 prisoners.
-US diplomats tentatively agreed to lift many of Iran’s sanctions, in exchange for them slowing down their nuclear research. Israel is not pleased.
-There was a shooting at a Kenya college. 147 were killed.
-New York Boy Scouts hired a gay leader.
-Memories pizza (mentioned yesterday) has since received thousands from supporters.

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