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  • Hindu activists organize mass 'reconversion camps' in India

    By his count, Vyankatesh Abdeo has helped convert 700,000 Indian Christians and Muslims to Hinduism over the last two decades, but he would describe it differently.
  • District 11 football stat leaders and tidbits to get you set for the playoffs

    District 11 football stat leaders and tidbits to get you set for the playoffs
    We appreciate the efforts of District 11 statistician Duke Helm who keeps crunching the numbers and letting us know about the records being shattered all across the district. No record set was more impressive than the all-time Stroudsburg rushing mark...

    City Lights: For the Beatles, all our loving in a tribute show

    City Lights: For the Beatles, all our loving in a tribute show
    I shared the same planet with the Beatles for one year, three months and two days. That was how old I was when John Lennon died, not that I learned that until nearly a decade later. By the time I first encountered the group, courtesy of the movie...

    Mob lynches Christian couple in Pakistan, dozens arrested

    Police in Pakistan arrested dozens of people on Wednesday after a mob beat a Christian couple to death and burned their bodies for allegedly desecrating a Koran. Blasphemy is a serious offense in conservative Muslim Pakistan where those accused are...

    After rioting, Zambia's acting president reinstates official

    After rioting, Zambia's acting president reinstates official
    In a sign of a bitter power struggle within Zambia’s governing party following the death of President Michael Sata last week, the country’s acting president, Guy Scott, fired the head of the party – but was swiftly forced to back down...