1. Piers Morgan: Egypt Attack “Ought to Be Dominating Cable News”
Piers Morgan said the Palm Sunday terror attacks on Coptic Christians in Egypt deserve much more media attention.
Morgan said that as a Catholic he is concerned for Pope Francis, who will travel to Egypt in a few weeks.
He said the pope is ISIS' top target in their stated "war on the cross.”
2. Australia: Muslim preacher rages against public bathrooms, “where they just stand up like animals”
3. In Islamic Libya, West African Migrants Sold at Open Markets
Survivors have told the International Organization for Migration (IOM) how there are slave markets and private prisons all over Libya.
Mohammed Abdiker, IOM's head of operation and emergencies, said: "The situation is dire. The more IOM engages inside Libya, the more we learn that it is a vale of tears for all too many migrants."
One survivor from Senegal spoke of how he was brought by smugglers across Niger in a bus to the southern Libyan city of Sabha, where he was due to risk a boat trip to Europe. When the middleman did not get his fee, the survivor was put up for sale along with other passengers.
He was taken to a prison where he worked without pay while the captors demanded 300,000 West African francs (about £380) before selling him on to a larger jail. Livia Manante, an IOM officer based in Niger, said migrants would be brought to a square where they were put up for sale.
4. Sweden attack suspect denied request for Sunni Muslim lawyer
The prime suspect in the Stockholm truck has demanded that his state-appointed lawyer be replaced with a Sunni Muslim – a request that was refused, according to official court documents.
5. “Islamist” arrested over Borussia Dortmund coach bombing after police find THREE letters claiming attack was carried out in the name of Islam
An 'Islamist' suspect has been arrested in connection with the pipe bomb attack on Borussia Dortmund's team bus as authorities say they are treating it as a 'terrorist attack'.
German police searched properties belonging to 'two suspects from the Islamist spectrum' on Wednesday and made one arrest, meaning another man is still on the loose.
Frauke Koehler, a spokeswoman for federal prosecutors, revealed the explosive devices used in the attack contained metal pins, one of which was found buried in a headrest on the vehicle.
Ms Koehler said it was lucky 'that nothing worse happened', adding that investigators are still working to determine how the devices were detonated and what substance was used.