Global Week in Review: Black Woman Discovers She Has Nazi Grandfather

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  • Somali Terrorists: It’s Not Over
  • Nigerian Students Shot in Sleep by Suspected Terrorists
  • Netanyahu Not Convinced of Iran’s Diplomatic Turn
  • Syrian Students Allegedly Killed by Government Attack
  • Accusations Abound in Kenya After Mall Attack
  • Jackson Not Allowed to Visit Gross
  • Guinea Waits for Results
  • Dozens Killed in Rush Hour Blasts
  • Venezuela Prison Search Uncovers Weapons, Drugs
  • Benedict XVI to Possibly Attend Pope Canonization
  • Crackdown on Dissidents Continues in Bahrain
  • Pussy Riot Member Hospitalized
  • My Nazi Grandfather Would Have Shot Me
  • Exiled in Pyongyang
  • Airplane Takes Fatal Nosedive in Nigeria
  • Palestinians Receive Rare Ruling
  • New Toxic Leak at Japan Nuclear Plant
  • Gambia Leaves Commonwealth

Netanyahu Not Convinced of Iran’s Diplomatic Turn

The conciliatory outreach from Iran’s new president Hassan Rouhani seems to be thawing the once frozen relationship between the U.S. and Iran. During Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the White House on Monday, Netanyahu warned against lifting the sanctions against Iran, insisting that it is buying time to build an atomic bomb.

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