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Persecution Against Christians Increases in India

02/16/18 1:44 PM →   Photo: Tsering Topgyal / AP Persecution Against Christians Increases in India A wave of attacks on Catholic churches in Bengaluru, formerly known as Bangalore, signal increased persecution in Karnataka Province. Since his election in 2014, Prime Minister Modi has aggressively promoted Hinduism as the state...

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Efforts for Peace Agreement in South Sudan Are Hopeful

02/16/18 1:26 PM →   Photo: Sam Mednick, AP Efforts for Peace Agreement in South Sudan Are Hopeful Hopes were high for peace and stability in South Sudan when it gained its independence from Sudan in 2011, but shattered in 2013 with ethnic violence. The on-going civil war has wreaked havoc on the country. Both the government...

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Sudan Speeds Up Destroying Churches Despite Pending Appeals

02/15/18 2:36 PM →   Photo: Morning Star News Sudan Speeds Up Destroying Churches Despite Pending Appeals On 11 February, services had just concluded at Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church (SPEC) in Khartoum when three trucks arrived and began confiscating furniture, bibles, and musical instruments. Shocked church members...

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A Possible Thaw or a Ruse in Upcoming Talks Between North and South Korea?

01/11/18 2:13 PM →   Photo:Korea Pool/Yonhap/AP A Possible Thaw or a Ruse in Upcoming TalksBetween North and South Korea? Tuesday, 9 January, may be regarded as the day the thaw began between North and South Korea, or it could mark a veiled threat against the free world. North Korea has accepted South Korea's invitation for face-to...

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The Announcement That Shook the World: Recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

01/10/18 2:29 PM →   Photo: Shealah Craighead/White House The Announcement That Shook the World: Recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 6 December 2017 may well be remembered as a momentous day in Israel's history almost rivaling 14 May 1948 when then U.S. President Harry S. Truman recognized Israel as a state. U.S....

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Ethnic Cleansing Equals Genocide for Myanmar's Rohingyas

12/18/17 1:17 PM →   Photo:AFP/Fred Dufor Ethnic Cleansing Equals Genocide for Myanmar's Rohingyas What name was the Pope forbidden to say on his recent visit to Myanmar? Rohingya. Just the mention of it could have devastating effects. Who are they? The Rohingyas are a Muslim minority that has lived for generations in predominantly...

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Discontent In Iran Fuels Protests Against Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei

01/09/18 1:57 PM →   Photo:AP Discontent In Iran Fuels ProtestsAgainst Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei Daily protests against both religious leader Ali Khamenei and President Rouhani are growing and gaining steam as the disaffected millenials and working poor of the countryside chafe against unemployment, rampant corruption, and rising...

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The Power of Words - To Build Up or To Tear Down

12/06/17 12:17 PM →   Photo:AFP/Fayez Nureldine The Power of Words - To Build Up or To Tear Down There is immense power in the words we speak. They may build up or they may tear down. Words have started wars. Words have eased tension. "Like apples of gold in settings of silver is a word spoken in right circumstances"(Proverbs 25:11)....

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The Unthinkable - Muslims Attacking a Mosque in Egypt's Sinai

12/05/17 12:28 PM →   Photo:European Pressphoto Agency The Unthinkable - Muslims Attacking a Mosque in Egypt's Sinai Egypt has dealt with attacks against its Coptic Christians and their churches, but the attack of a Sufi Muslim Mosque was met with shock. "I can't believe they attacked a mosque," said a local Muslim cleric. Bir al-Abed is...

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Unfortunately, Modern-Day Slavery is Alive and Growing in the 10/40 Window

11/27/17 2:50 PM →   Unfortunately, Modern-Day Slavery is Alive and Growing in the 10/40 Window The 2016 Global Slavery Index estimated 45.8 million people are in some form of modern-day slavery in 167 countries. It is reported that 58 percent of those living in slavery are in 5 countries: India, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Uzbekistan-- all 10/40...

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