News Headlines for May 15, 2015: Recording Suggests ISIS Leader Alive, Norway Teens Kidnap Penguins, PRC Reduces Emissions

Top news stories from around the globe for Friday May 15, 2015

ISIL recording suggests leader al-Baghdadi is not dead

  1. Israeli Government to Fund Grants to African Refugees Encouraging them to Emigrate
  2. NASA: Antarctic Ice Shelf Near Disintegration
  3. Venezuelan Currency Implodes as Inflation Jumps 100%
  4. High Line for Seoul
  5. New Zealand Recognizes Animals as Sentient Beings

PRC reduces emissions equivalent to Great Britain, Teens kidnap baby penguins in Norway, missing US troops found in crashed helicopter in Nepal, men jailed in Iraq by ISIS for lack of beards, recording suggests ISIS leader still alive

  1. People’s Republic of China Reduces Emissions Equivalent to Entire UK Output
  2. Four Teens Allegedly Steal Penguin Babies in Norway
  3. Missing US Huey Helicopter Crashed in Nepal
  4. Several Young Men Jailed in Mosul for Lack of Beard
  5. ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi: “Islam was never a religion of peace. Islam is the religion of fighting. It is the war of Muslims against infidels.”
More news headlines this week:

News Headlines for May 14, 2015: Hyon Yong-chol Alive in North Korea, ISIS Number 2 Reportedly Dead, NATO in the Baltics
News Headlines for May 13, 2015: PM Cameron Moves on Terror, BBC and Tory Controversy, Palestine Recognized by Vatican, Russian Fear Invasion
News Headlines May 12, 2015: ISIS Stealing Passports, Earthquakes in Japan and Nepal, Kim Jong-un Executes Hyon Yong-chol

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