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Iranian lawmaker say Iran can produce nuclear weapons. According to the Associated Press, a prominent Iranian lawmaker says Iran has the knowledge and scientific capability to produce nuclear weapons but will never do so. Ghol-am-re-za Mogh-a-dam says Iran can easily produce the highly enriched uranium that is used to build atomic bombs but it is not Tehran's policy to go that route.
Israeli Defense Minister says Iran must open nuclear facilities to IAEA. According to the Jerusalem Post, Ehud Barak said on Sunday that Iran must open all of its nuclear facilities to the IAEA, and disclose its entire history of activity related to the allegation of developing a nuclear weapon. Barak added this new stipulation to previous conditions he laid out last week, which he reiterated in light of a New York Times report that laid out the United States' list of demands for Iran over its nuclear program.
U.S. and UK warn citizens in Nigeria about possible Easter attacks from Boko Haram. According to the Washington Post, Nigeria is facing a "high risk" of a terrorist attack over the Easter holiday. The United Kingdom warned its citizens and the U.S. issued a similar warning to those living in the West African nation that sees near-daily attacks by a radical Islamist sect. The U.K. Foreign Office and the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria's capital Abuja issued the updated travel warnings, noting that Boko Haram carried out attacks on Christmas Day. A car bombing at a Catholic church outside of Abuja that day killed at least 44 people.
The Bible says in I Peter 4:12-13: "Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened unto you: But rejoice, inasmuch as ye are partakers of Christ's sufferings; that, when his glory shall be revealed, ye may be glad also with exceeding joy."
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