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The Vatican Just Put a Convicted Rapist Back in a Parish

Vatican puts convicted rapist back in parishJust what is it that the Vatican does not get about predator priests? Apparently a lot.

Father Joseph Jeyapaul is a priest from India who admitted to raping two adolescent girls in Minnesota when he served the Crookston diocese from 2004 to 2005.

After being charged with the abuse, which included rape and forcing at least one of the girls to perform fellatio on him, he fled home to India, where he was eventually arrested on an Interpol warrant. He was then extradited back to Minnesota, where he admitted his heinous crimes and entered a plea bargain in which, in exchange for a lighter sentence, he copped to molestation of one of the girls.

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Four federal agents wounded in Kansas shootout

Four federal agents woundedFour federal agents were wounded in a shootout and fire that erupted while they attempted to arrest a fugitive at a Kansas motel, authorities said Sunday.

Craig Beam, chief deputy U.S. Marshal for the Kansas district, told USA TODAY that a team of FBI agents Marshal Service deputies were looking for a fugitive when information led them to the Country Club Motel in Topeka on Saturday night. The agents were approaching the door when the suspect began shooting, Beam said.

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Israel releases 12-year-old Palestinian girl from jail

Irael releases 12 year old girlAt the Jbara checkpoint near Tulkarem, the al-Wawi family and human rights groups' representatives waited patiently. The 12-year-old finally emerged, after having spent 2.5 months in a prison, making her the youngest Palestinian female detainee. As her relatives embraced her, the girl, clad in a pink shirt, fought back tears and said nothing.

D* was arrested on February 9 near the illegal settlement of Karmei Tzur, just north of her hometown of Halhul. Now, out on early parole, D served more than half of her sentence of 4.5 months in an Israeli prison for attempted voluntary manslaughter and illegal possession of a knife.

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U.S. students given SATs that were online before exam

US students given SAT exams that were onlineAt least five times in the past three years, U.S. high school students were administered SAT tests that included questions and answers widely available online more than a year before they took the exam, a Reuters analysis shows.

Reuters reported last month that the College Board, the not-for-profit that owns the college entrance exam, had often reused SATs overseas after first giving the test in America and even after some test questions began to circulate online.

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Solar plane reaches California after flight across Pacific

Solar plane crosses pacificA solar-powered airplane reached the San Francisco Bay area and performed a fly-by over the Golden Gate Bridge on Saturday afternoon following 56 hours of flight over the Pacific Ocean as part of its journey around the world.

"I crossed the bridge. I am officially in America," pilot Bertrand Piccard declared as he flew over the iconic span as spectators watched the narrow aircraft with extra wide wings from below.

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Palestine is latest GOP offensive in climate change wars

GOP use Palestine to cut climate fundsSenate Republicans think they’ve found a powerful way to hobble President Obama's participation in international climate diplomacy through the decades old Israel-Palestine conflict.

More than two dozen GOP senators told the Obama administration this week it has to cut off the hundreds of millions in contributions to the United Nations’ Green Climate Fund.

They are also demanding that the administration cut off its $10 million annual contribution to the UN’s Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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Bangladeshi university professor hacked to death in Rajshahi

Bangladeshi professor hacked to deathA university professor has been hacked to death in Bangladesh, in an attack police say is similar to killings of secular bloggers and atheists by suspected Islamist extremists.

AFM Rezaul Karim Siddique, 58, was a professor of English at Rajshahi University in the country's north-west.  He was attacked with machetes as he left home to go to work.

So-called Islamic State militants say they killed him for "calling to atheism" in Bangladesh.

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Court Rules ACLU Lawsuit Against CIA Torture Psychologists Can Proceed

CIA psychologists can be suedIn a decision today that is unprecedented for a lawsuit involving CIA torture, a federal judge said that he would allow a lawsuit against the two psychologists who designed and implemented the CIA program to move forward.

The case was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of three men — Gul Rahman, Suleiman Abdullah Salim, and Mohamed Ahmed Ben Soud — who were tortured using methods developed by the CIA-contracted psychologists, James Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen.

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Federal agents searching for 500 pounds of missing fireworks stolen from freight train

Fireworks missing from trainFederal authorities are trying to track down 500 pounds of commercial grade fireworks that agents believe were taken off a freight train somewhere in the Midwest.

The U.S. Department of Justice announced the missing fireworks Friday, which were apparently removed from a CSX train that was traveling from Chicago to Detroit.

By the time the train arrived in Detroit, rail officials noticed that half its shipment of fireworks was gone.

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