24 July 2014

Headlines for 24 July 2014

Read headlines with comments on: Churches provide shelter in Gaza and are their grounds are being bombed by Israel, and UN shelter in Gaza bombed by Israel.

Read just headlines on: ExxonMobile will comply with new employment protections, 8th sitting GOP Congress member comes out for same-sex marriage, Clarification allows medical abortions to resume in Wisconsin, Sierra Leone's chief ebola doctor contracts ebola, Another botched execution in Arizona, 2nd judge rules against right-to-work in Indiana, Jobless claims in US at 8-year low, and Colorado's marriage ban is unconstitutional.

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Hiding in the shadow of the pastor in Gaza
When one thinks of Israel and Palestine, they think of Jews and Muslims. There is certainly more diversity than that. As Israel and the Gaza Strip continue their conflict, some Palestinians are taking refuge in Gaza's Christian churches. These churches are not immune to Israel's attacks, with at least five Christian graveyards and a funeral service car destroyed by tanks.

UN shelter for Gazan refugees bombed amid warning of 'dire' situation
Israel has also bombed a United Nations shelter without giving it warning. According to this article the death toll for this round of fighting is 732 Palestinians and 34 Israelis.


Just Headlines

  1. ExxonMobile agrees to comply with LGBT employment executive order
  2. Florida: US Rep David Jolly (R-FL) becomes eighth sitting GOP member of Congress to back same-sex marriage
  3. Clarification on 2012 abortion restrictions allows clinics to resume medication abortions in Wisconsin
  4. Sierra Leone's chief Ebola doctor contracts the virus
  5. Arizona inmate dies belatedly in apparently botched execution
  6. 2nd judge rules against Indiana right-to-work law
  7. Jobless claims in US unexpectedly drops to eight-year low
  8. Federal judge rules Colorado gay marriage ban unconstitutional, orders temporary stay


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