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Church leader says smartphones could usher in anti-Christ

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The head of the Russian Orthodox Church says smartphones risk bringing humanity closer to the arrival of the anti-Christ. Patriarch Kirill said the church does not oppose technological progress but is concerned ...

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Malaysia refusing Israeli participation in paralympics

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Malaysia is refusing to allow Israel’s Paralympics swimming team to enter the country to compete in the World Para Swimming Championships in July. The event will be held in the city of ...

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Latin American nations impose sanctions on Venezuela

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BOGOTA, Colombia—Thirteen countries from across the Americas have slammed Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro and introduced new economic and political sanctions in an effort to asphyxiate his regime. The measures were agreed as ...

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Has the real Mt. Sinai of Moses been discovered?

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A breakthrough documentary Finding the Mountain of Moses: The Real Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia reveals newly unearthed research about the location of Mount Sinai and the Exodus route to achieve a ...

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Israel in environmental race to save the Jordan River and Dead Sea

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Israel is racing to save the Jordan River from extinction. Experts say that the loss of water in rivers and lakes mentioned in the Bible, including the Dead Sea, the Sea of ...

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In ironic victory, Trump secures China’s first purchase of American rice

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In a move that would be funny if it weren’t such good news for American farmers, President Trump has sold the Communist nation of China of all things…rice. Supporters of the president ...

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American sentenced to life in prison for selling his home to Jews

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He broke the law but it wasn’t murder, rape or a terrorist act. Nevertheless, he is going to prison for life. A Palestinian-American man was given the severe punishment on New Year’s ...

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Pompeo talks about trade war, Syria pullout, North Korea: “Kansas workers will eventually benefit”

Mike Pompeo, the U.S. Secretary of State and a former Kansas congressman from Wichita, spoke about some of the key issues he is dealing with as the country’s leader of foreign policy ...

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Israel Moon landing to make history

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Israel is set to join an exclusive club in February with the launch of an unmanned spacecraft that will land on the Moon. If successful, Israel would become the world’s fourth nation ...

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Is China’s control of 5G speeds a Pearl Harbor for US?

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Communist China is determined to control fifth-generation wireless technology (5G) networks, posing a threat to American telecommunication firms and raising national-security concerns. To win the next-generation mobile race, the U.S. government has ...

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As US prepares to leave Syria, Christians there plead for help

President Trump campaigned on a promise to end U.S. involvement in foreign wars. Americans, he said, were tired of 17 years of war and loss, fueled by a military-industrial complex that profits ...

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Video shows tsunami hitting Indonesian concert

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It struck without warning, wiping away a stage set up on the beach and vacationers who had gathered for a rock concert on the grounds of a posh hotel. An Indonesian disaster ...

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Former child soldier, trained to kill Christians, finds Jesus

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A man who was trained as a child soldier to attack Christians shared what led him to the Bible and Jesus, despite threats to his life. Christian broadcaster SAT-7, which is a supporting ...

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China creates quota for police to arrest Christians

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Chinese authorities are setting quotas on the number of Christians that must be arrested and are threatening police officers with dismissal if they don’t meet the minimum standards, according to a magazine ...

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Airbnb reverses ban on Jews after backlash

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Airbnb is reversing a decision they made last month after entering the political fray of the Middle East and falling flat. Facing a growing boycott movement and possible lawsuits in the U.S. ...

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