Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- Earlier reports that the Nigerian military had saved dozens of girls from an attack on their school by Boko Haram are untrue, and the government now admits that 110 of them are missing.
- Czech officials have arrested the leader of a Kurdish political party based in Syria at the request of Turkey, whose government has charged him with sedition.
- One month after an Iraqi court sentenced a German woman to death by hanging for joining the Islamic State, at least fifteen more women were sentenced to death for marrying Islamic State fighters or providing the group with logistical support to carry out attacks.
- A group of Christian churches and a Christian radio broadcaster have joined together to challenge in court a Wisconsin town’s new anti-discrimination ordinance.
- After Kennesaw State University required a pro-life display to be placed in a designated “free speech zone” on campus, members of the club behind the display challenged the University’s event registration policy.
- A former football coaching candidate is suing a Louisiana college for allegedly denying him employment on the basis of his Jewish heritage.
- Residents of a New Mexico town attended a meeting to oppose a request from a secular advocacy organization that the town’s Ten Commandments monument be removed.