Netanyahu says 'time has run out' on Iran. According to The Jerusalem Post, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got into a diplomatic shouting match with US Ambassador Dan Shapiro over President Obama's handling of Iran's nuclear program, saying "time has run out" for diplomacy. According to the report, the showdown took place as Netanyahu met with Shapiro and Congressman Mike Rogers, who visited Israel earlier in the week. Netanyahu said, "Instead of pressuring Iran in an effective way, Obama and his people are pressuring us not to attack the nuclear facilities."
Flooding and locust plague add to food crisis in Chad. According to Agence France-Presse (AFP), Chad warned that flooding of vast fields of crops and locust infestations had added to a severe food crisis in a country already battling chronic malnutrition. The Agriculture Ministry said, "The situation is quite worrying, based on analysis of available data." Four teams from the anti-locust agency were on the ground in the north and east of the country battling a locust invasion in a bid "to save the next harvests."
Christians flee Muslim rule in Mali. According to Rome Reports, in the northern part of the African nation of Mali, a refugee crisis is quickly escalating. Many of the refugees are Christians who are trying to escape persecution under a version of Sharia law that has been imposed in parts of the country by a group known as the "Ansar Dine" movement. The Algerian newspaper El Kha-bar has reported that some 200,000 people have fled to refugee camps in Mauritania and Algeria.
The Bible says in James 5:8: "Be ye also patient; stablish your hearts: for the coming of the Lord draweth nigh."
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