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Will 2018 Winter Olympics Result in a Thaw in North Korea's Relations with South Korea and the U.S?

03/01/18 12:40 PM →   Photo:AP Photo/Charlie Riedel Will 2018 Winter Olympics Result in a Thaw in North Korea's Relations with South Korea and the U.S? The Olympics committee and South Korea had to scramble to accommodate North Korea's interest in participating in the 2018 Winter Olympics held in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Kim Jong Un used his annual televised New...

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Escalating Christian Persecution in Nigeria Goes Unchecked

03/01/18 12:15 PM →   Photo: Reuters Escalating Christian Persecution in Nigeria Goes Unchecked Boko Haram made big headlines in 2014 when Islamic radicals kidnapped more than 240 schoolgirls in northern Nigeria. Time has a way of eroding the public's interest in sensational news. In 2015 a new president was elected, Muhammadu Buhari, a Muslim who vowed he would fight Islamic...

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Important Conversion Case Decided Monday, 26 February in Malaysia

02/26/18 10:52 AM → Photo: Maylay Mail Online Is Malaysia an Islamic state or a secular state? That question remains unresolved. The Constitution guarantees freedom of religion and the right to propagate it. However, in reality, Christians do not enjoy all the freedoms and liberties that the Constitution guarantees. We do not have the exact time, but on 26 February, the Federal Court, the highest court of Malaysia, will hear the appeal of...

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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 religion in India. Now, President Kovind also...

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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 and the rebels have committed horrible atrocities....

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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 watched as the authorities then proceeded to demolish...

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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 face talks in the village of Panmunjom in the...

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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. President Donald Trump announced the U.S. will "finally...

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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 fuel and food prices. Since Iran does not have...

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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 Buddhist Myanmar (Burma). Now, however, they are...

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