**Kerry in Iraq to Press for More Inclusive Government**
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Iraq on an unannounced visit as the government faces the challenge of countering Sunni Islamist militants who have captured wide areas in the northern and western parts of the country.
Kerry arrived Monday in Baghdad and was scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki as well as Sunni and Kurdish leaders.
He will continue U.S. pressure for Mr. Maliki to be more inclusive in his Shi'ite-led government, which has faced criticism for shutting out Sunnis and Kurds and breeding sectarian tensions.
Kerry discussed Iraq and the threat posed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant - ISIL - as he met Sunday with his counterparts in Egypt and Jordan. He told reporters in Cairo that if Iraqis want a more inclusive government, the United States will help.
** Top Malaysian Court Rules 'Allah' Only for Muslims**
Malaysia's highest court has upheld a government ban against a Roman Catholic newspaper using the world "Allah" to refer to God.
The Federal Court ruled in a four-to-three decision Monday that the church's Malay-language newspaper, The Herald, had no grounds to appeal a lower court decision last year that Allah should be reserved exclusively for Muslims, because if other religions use the word, it could be confusing and lead Muslims to convert.
Such conversion is illegal in Malaysia where more than 60 percent of the population of 30 million are Muslim - the country's official religion. Just over 9 percent are Christian.