A.M. Links: Hamas Fires Rockets into Israel, Teenage Brothers Charged With Murdering Girl, Another GOP Senate Candidate Wades into a Rape Controversy, American Novel a Hit in North Korea, Syrian Government Will Observe Cease-Fire, Gold Hits Seven Week Low
- Tea Party-backed GOP Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock said that pregnancies from rape are intended by God.
- The Syrian government has agreed to observe a cease-fire during Eid al-Adha, says the UN envoy to Syria.
- "Gone With the Wind" is a hit in North Korea. The government, which enforces some of the strictest censorship laws in the world, publishes the American classic.
- Hamas fired rockets into southern Israel Wednesday afternoon, injuring five. Israel responded with strikes on Hamas mortar crews.
- Gold has hit a seven week low ahead of the Fed's policy statement expected later today.
- Two brothers have been charged with the murder of a 12-year-old girl. The boy's mother alerted police after finding a potentially implicating Facebook posting.
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