Top news stories and headlines from around the world for Wednesday, May 13 2015

David Cameron To Announce Anti-Terror Legislation

Cameron wants more UK government in private citizens’ personal lives, Vatican recognizes Palestine in new treaty, Barack Obama calls for end of occupation in Palestine, UK Peer voted after being diagnosed with dementia during his trial for sex offenses, and Pakistan allegedly sheltered Bin Laden

  1. David Cameron Advocates For Government Intervention Private Lives of Citizens
  2. Vatican Offers Recognition to Palestine
  3. US President Barack Obama Calls for End to Occupation of Palestine
  4. United Kingdom House of Lords Peer Voted 203 Times Before Being Deemed Unfit to Stand Trial for Child Sex Offenses Due to Dementia
  5. Reports Indicated Pakistan’s Army Complicit in Hiding and Protecting Osama bin Laden Since 2006
Tory officials reportedly threatened the BBC if they didn’t tone it down during Commons elections, coup in Burundi removes president, Kim Jong-un has eliminated nearly all of his father’s old friends, Russians fear US invasion, and Canadian conservative reveals long con
  1. Tory Officials Allegedly Threatened the BBC with Spending Cuts If Network Didn’t Alter House of Commons Election Coverage
  2. Coup in Burundi Removes President Nkurunziza
  3. Kim Jong-un Has Eliminated All of Kim Jong-il’s Pallbearers, Except Himself
  4. One-in-Three Russians Fear United States Invasion
  5. Canadian Conservative Politician Reveals Himself as Performance Artist


North Korea Defence Chief Hyon Yong-chol ‘executed’ – BBC News
Here are some of this week’s top news stories from around the globe:
News Headlines May 12, 2015: ISIS Stealing Passports, Earthquakes in Japan and Nepal, Kim Jong-un Executes Kim Jong-chol
News Headlines for May 11, 2015: Greece Penalizes ATM Withdrawals, Kurds Drive ISIS Out of Village, People’s Republic of China Prepping for Drone Warfare
News Headlines for May 10, 2015: Afghan Leaders Shocked by Civil Protests, Raul Castro Likes the Pope, Russia and China Sign Internet Pact

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