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Extremists launch Easter attack on hotels, churches in Sri Lanka

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Two more explosions claiming at least two lives have been reported in Sri Lanka, bringing the Easter Day attack tally to eight blasts and at least 207 dead. Police told Reuters that ...

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Christian woman hopes for Easter release from Kuwait prison

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A very influential Christian businesswoman in the Middle East is fighting for her freedom from a prison cell in Kuwait. Marsha Lazareva, a Russian national whose five-year-old son is an American citizen, ...

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Sudanese churches unite in call for democracy

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The call for democracy in Sudan is uniting churches across the nation as protests continue after a military coup ousted the abusive government. In a sign of  national unity among many faiths, on ...

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Jews return to Warsaw Ghetto for Passover Seder after 76 years

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Jews are returning to the Warsaw Ghetto, scene of unimaginable suffering during WWII, to hold a Passover Seder in the Warsaw Ghetto. It will be the first Passover Seder there in 76 ...

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Notre Dame Cathedral almost total loss after blaze

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Around the world, religious and government leaders are mourning the almost total destruction of Notre Dame Cathedral this evening. A massive fire at the historic Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris broke out Monday, April ...

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New safety measures implemented for Americans traveling abroad

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Americans traveling abroad will have stronger tools to determine the risk factors for certain countries. Beginning April 8, 2019, the U.S. State Department has implemented a new risk indicator to highlight the ...

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Israel achieves moon landing but ‘not in the way we wanted’

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Israel’s Beresheet moon lander lost its main engine this afternoon just a few miles above the surface of the lunar surface. The engine was reignited but too late to prevent the spacecraft ...

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Israeli spacecraft to land on the moon today

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Israel will become only the fourth nation to land on the moon today, April 11, as the Beresheet spacecraft separates  it’s landing craft for the controlled decent to the surface. In addition ...

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador withdraws asylum

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested by British police Thursday moments after Ecuador announced it withdrew his asylum for “repeatedly violating international conventions and protocol.” Ecuadoran Foreign Minister Jose Valencia told Teleamazonas this week that living ...

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Church of Sweden changes sexual identity of Jesus

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The Diocese of Västerås, a division of the Church of Sweden, is now giving away an LGBTQ guide for “Christian queer kids.” Bible-believing Christians may be stunned to hear that this extreme ...

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Glaciers growing again; now scientist says that’s bad news

You’ve probably heard the alarmed scientists and politicians before: Global warming is causing glaciers to melt, serving as the proverbial canary in the mine shaft of a planet on the brink of ...

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Brunei officially enacts Shariah code that punishes with cutting off hands, death by stoning

New Islamic criminal laws that took effect in Brunei on Wednesday, punishing gay sex and adultery by stoning offenders to death, have triggered an outcry from countries, human rights groups and celebrities ...

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Mystery of Garfield invading France is solved

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A decades-long mystery behind Garfield phones appearing on the far western shores of France has finally been solved. For more than 30 years, novelty landline phones in the shape of the orange ...

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‘Get out’ Trump tells Russia over Venezuela

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With his country in chaos, Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro refuses to hand over power to democratically selected opposition leader Juan Guaidó. And now there’s a new complication: Russia is meddling by inserting ...

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Top Ukrainian official opens investigation into Hillary Clinton over election tampering

A senior official within the Ukrainian government spoke with news outlet The Hill last week to inform them he is launching an investigation into members of his own government over an alleged ...

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Brit official says Christianity Is violent, blocks Iranian Christian from asylum

An Iranian Christian was denied asylum in Great Britain after a government official in the Home Office used the Bible to argue that Christianity was violent, denying the refugee’s request. The man wrote ...

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ISIS defeated as last Syrian stronghold falls

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Just two months ago, during the State of the Union Address, President Trump stated that ISIS was virtually defeated and credited the hard work of American soldiers and their allies for the ...

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Pompeo back in Israel in effort to counter Iran

JERUSALEM, Israel – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is traveling in the Middle East this week in a concerted effort with allies to halt the growing power of Iran. Israel, as Iran’s main ...

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Christianity in Europe is strongest where it was banned; survey shows differences between countries

Research over the past couple of years reveals that Christianity in Europe is the strongest where it was banned. “The Iron Curtain that once divided Europe may be long gone, but the ...

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Did St. Patrick expel snakes from Ireland?

A famous legend from the life of St. Patrick explains how he banished snakes from the entire country of Ireland after praying on top of the mountain Croagh Patrick during the 40 ...

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Front page of Polish newspaper teaches readers ‘How to Recognize a Jew’

A weekly newspaper that is distributed around Poland featured a front-page article about how to spot a Jew. Tylko Polska, or “Only Poland,” listed a number of features to look for when ...

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Video: Whale gives diver a taste of Jonah’s fate

A South African diver was given a rare tour of the inside of a whale’s mouth while snorkeling off the Port Elizabeth Harbour. Rainer Schimpf, 51, was filming a sardine run — ...

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Recently released letters from Einstein reveal faith, humor, fear of Nazis

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While modern atheists like to assert Albert Einstein as one of their own, recently released letters prove he was interested not only in his own faith but that of his son who ...

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Boeing secures $15.7 Billion Vietnam orders during Trump’s Hanoi visit

Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways and VietJet Aviation JSC signed deals to buy 110 aircraft from Boeing Co. during President Donald Trump’s visit to Hanoi for a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Bamboo agreed ...

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US closes Consulate, moves Palestinian representation to new Embassy

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The United States officially closed its Palestinian Consulate General in Jerusalem on Monday, downgrading its diplomatic mission to the Palestinians and merging it with the new US Embassy to Jerusalem. The consulate ...

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