A.M. Links: Bomb Attacks Target Christians in Iraq, Protesters Clash With Police in Thailand, New Home Sales Drop in November

  • Japanese Prime Minister
    Shinzo Abe
    has been criticized in China and South Korea for
    visiting a shrine which honors 2.5 million Japanese war dead,
    including World War II war criminals.
  • Egypt’s interim government has labeled the
    Muslim Brotherhood
     as a terrorist organization.
  • The
    Commerce Department
    says that new home sales dropped 2.1
    percent in November.
  • At least
    37 people
    have been killed by bomb attacks targeting Christians
    in Iraq.
  • Demonstrators
    in Thailand
    , who are trying to disrupt preparations for
    elections set to take place in February, have clashed with police,
    who claim that they were shot at.
  • A former New
    Orleans cop
    who was convicted of burning a body after Hurricane
    Katrina has asked for his resentencing to be delayed.

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from Hit & Run http://reason.com/blog/2013/12/26/am-links-bomb-attacks-target-christians

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