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Video of Chinese police raiding church surfaces

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Americans read of Chinese police raiding churches but rarely, if ever, has a video of such an event been available. This week one such video posted to social media shows Chinese authorities raiding ...

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UK’s prime minister refused entry for Christian Asia Bibi

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As angry mobs go door-to-door searching for Asia Bibi, the United Kingdom has so far refused to offer asylum to the Pakistani Christian woman. Bibi was recently freed after serving eight years ...

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350 Iraqi Christian homes seized

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An investigation by an Iraqi media source, al-Sumaria, revealed that at least 350 Christian owned properties have illegally been seized. The government has stopped only 50 of these properties from being sold. ...

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Scientists confirm how Sodom was destroyed

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Many historians and scientists have, for years, doubted the Biblical story of Sodom. Destroyed by fire and heat from the sky, the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed for their sinfulness. ...

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EU approves British ‘Brexit’ deal

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European Union leaders gave the nod to a Brexit deal at a summit in Brussels on Nov. 25, in a landmark decision that brings Britain’s formal exit from the bloc a crucial ...

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World Toilet Day highlights sanitation crisis

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Millions of lives are at risk around the world for a lack of toilets according to campaigners marking World Toilet Day. The effort urges governments and businesses to invest more in sanitation. The ...

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Who’s popularity has plunged to just 25%?

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Once touted as the John F. Kennedy of Europe, French President Emmanuel Macron has seemingly been cast out of “Camelot.” His popularity has dropped to just 25 percent, according to a major ...

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Refugees in Kenya run for peace

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KAJIADO, Kenya—In 2002, at age 9, James Nyang was to be taken as a child soldier so he could fight for his clan in South Sudan. It was his family’s turn to ...

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Algeria warns parents about ‘happy’ children being secret Christians

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In Algeria, about 95 percent of the population follows Islam and less than two percent are Christians. The government bans conversion from Islam to Christianity, regulates non-Muslim worship, and enforces blasphemy laws, ...

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Lack of Sunspots points towards record cooling

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Scientists say Earth’s atmosphere is about to get hit by some record cold – but it’s not because of anything caused by humans. It’s because of a lack of sunspots which means ...

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Hamas fires over 400 missiles into Israel

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JERUSALEM, Israel – More than 400 missiles have been fired into Israel from Hamas-controlled Gaza yesterday and overnight. It was the largest attack on Israel by missiles in one day ever. Israeli ...

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Iranian regime hits back at new sanctions

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After new U.S. sanctions took effect last week, Iranian leaders are predicting they’ll fail. But while Islamic leaders often talk big, much of it is bluster and some outright fabrication. Iranian President ...

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Kansas City joins in commemoration of Armistice Day

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Commemorations are underway around the world to mark the moment 100 years ago when the slaughter of World War I finally stopped. In Kansas City this morning at 9:30 the public is ...

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Freed Asia Bibi on way to Netherlands

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ISLAMABAD/AMSTERDAM (ANS) – Asia Bibi, the Christian woman who spent eight years on death row in Pakistan, is reportedly on her way to The Netherlands after her release from jail following a ...

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100 caravan migrants kidnapped by traffickers

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Human rights activists reported that 100 or more people who were traveling in the migrant caravan didn’t make it to Mexico City because they were kidnapped by human traffickers. The group climbed ...

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