Monday's global agenda: NATO summit marred by tensions with Pakistan

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Nigeria: House Republicans want the State Department to designate the Islamist group Boko Haram a terrorist group following revelations that the Justice Department requested such a designation four months ago.

Serbia: Nationalist challenger Tomislav Nikolic defeated Serbia’s pro-European Union president Boris Tadic on Sunday, making accession to the EU potentially more difficult.

Gaza/West Bank: The rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah signed an agreement late Sunday in Cairo that paves the way for elections and a new unity government for the West Bank and theGaza Strip.

Global warming: The G-8 this weekend may have made the most progress on global warming in years by endorsing “comprehensive actions” to reduce “short-lived climate pollutants,” reports London's Telegraph. The full Camp David declaration is available here.

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