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Fired for sharing faith, nurse returns to work

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A British nurse who was fired for talking to patients about her Christian faith has now been  allowed to return to work. Christian Concern, which backed Sarah Kuteh, the nurse, revealed that ...

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How a lesbian union president and Christian aid leader teamed up to get Puerto Rico clean water

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In an era when those on the opposite side of the political or religious aisle tend to avoid each other, it’s nice when two polar opposites come together to bring desperate aid ...

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Argentina Senate rejects abortion bill in historic vote

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — In a reversal of fortunes for the pro-abortion movement that has pushed for abortion around the world, Argentina’s Senate on Thursday rejected a bill to legalize elective abortion. ...

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Nigerian activists run schools to counter Boko Haram violence

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LASSA, NIGERIA — When Rebecca Gadzama meets with the teachers she oversees, they sometimes hold the meeting outdoors, under trees in open fields. It gives them a chance to spot danger and run ...

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New Iranian sanctions hit while Iranians march for freedom

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US sanctions are hitting Iran’s economy this week, putting new pressure on the Islamic regime. President Trump signed an executive order to reimpose them, saying on Tuesday morning they’re “the most biting ...

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With closer ties, Egypt will now buy Israeli natural gas

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JERUSALEM, Israel – Egypt is poised to begin importing natural gas from Israel early in 2019. The $1.5 billion deal signed last February will hopefully benefit both countries. Between 2011 and 2014, ...

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US increases pressure on Turkey to release pastor

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is ramping up pressure on Turkey to release American Pastor Andrew Brunson. Pompeo met with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Singapore during a security conference in ...

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Protests rage across Iran as citizens denounce the Ayatollah

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For the fourth day, furious Iranian citizens are taking to the streets to rail against the regime they blame for devastating the country’s economy. There are no burning American flags. Rather, protests ...

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African tribe dances for joy after getting Bible in own language

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The Tembo people are literally dancing for joy after finally receiving the Bible in their native tongue thanks to a 21-year effort  by Wycliffe Bible Translators. It was a dangerous undertaking. This ...

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Afraid to go home: Iraqi Christians still fear Mosul

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Tens of thousands of displaced Christians have returned to their cities and villages in Iraq’s Nineveh Plain, but many still refuse to return to Mosul–a city where unspeakable events took place against ...

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Israel urges Russia to protect Muslims from Syrian army

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JERUSALEM, Israel – For the first time in seven years, Syrian forces loyal to President Bashar Assad have completely ousted ISIS fighters from the Syrian border along Israel’s Golan Heights, according to ...

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Iranians love the American Dollar after Trump policy change

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Iran’s currency is in free fall, Iranians are ditching it for American Dollars and the Ayatollah is powerless to stop it. The Iranian “rial” hit a record low on Sunday of 100,000 ...

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U.S. may impose sanctions over imprisoned pastor

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President Trump is threatening to impose sanctions against Turkey over a simple preacher who has become the focus of an international dispute. Pastor Andrew Craig Brunson, 50, from Black Mountain, North Carolina, ...

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President secures return of the remains of 55 American soldiers from North Korea

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PYEONGTAEK, South Korea — In early June, Democrats and the media scoffed at the idea that a Trump summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un would produce any tangible results. This ...

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Is Canada covering up latest terrorist attack in Toronto?

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Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders is contending they have found no evidence to support the Islamic State group’s claim of responsibility for Sunday’s mass shooting in Canada that killed two and injured ...

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