Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- More than 100 people were killed in a bombing by the Taliban that targeted a district popular with foreigners in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
- Separatists in Yemen have attacked another city in the south of the country after the government refused to dismiss cabinet ministers; the rebels are a third faction in the ongoing civil war and accuse the central government of discriminating against them.
- A Polish bill that would make attributing Nazi crimes to Poland illegal has been criticized by members of the Israeli government.
- President Trump offered to apologize for retweeting controversial anti-Muslim videos, claiming that he did not know that the posts originated from “horrible, racist people.”
- A Washington state fire captain who was allegedly terminated from his job after using official computer systems to promote a Christian firefighters’ group he had formed has won his appeal to the Washington Supreme Court; the case will proceed in the trial court.