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Taliban denies Christians exist in Afghanistan. Here’s why it matters

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Husain Andaryas was a religious fighter in the war against the invading Soviet army in Afghanistan in the early 1980s, but almost a year after the Soviets left, he converted to Christianity. ...

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800 African Islamic terrorists killed in multi-national operation

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Just a week after over 50 Churchgoers were murdered in one attack, it is being reported that 800 Boko Haram and ISIS terrorists have been killed in a coordinated multi-nation offensive. The ...

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Have we found a cancer cure? Drug trial indicates yes

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A cancer cure has been found according to a study published on June 5 in The New England Journal of Medicine. The trial is the first in the world to completely remove ...

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Moscow’s chief rabbi flees Russia after opposing invasion

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In a startling revelation, Moscow’s chief chief rabbi has fled Russia due to threats over his vocal and public opposition to the brutal invasion of Ukraine. His daughter-in-law, a New York-based journalist, ...

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CDC quietly changes monkeypox mask guidance just hours after posting it

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday told Americans to wear a mask to avoid monkeypox then immediately reversed that guidance. The controversial federal agency, which has been criticized ...

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Airbnb to drop all listings in Communist China

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Airbnb is ending its listing in China as of July 30 the company announced Tuesday. It will cease all domestic rentals and remove all listings in part because of continuing Covid lockdowns. ...

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U.S. will support Japan as permanent member of UN Security Council

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The Biden administration now says it will support Japan becoming a permanent member of the UN Security Council. The belated move comes almost five years after former President Donald Trump called for ...

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Sri Lanka devolves into chaos with food shortages, curfew

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The world could be at the initial stages of a massive food crisis, say economists. Shortages of fertilizer for farmers, the inability of Ukraine to export crops and record fuel prices are ...

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Is your chocolate produced by child slaves?

Chocolate makes for a perfect gift, a comforting snack and even a health food, thanks to its plentiful antioxidants. It is no surprise, then, that the chocolate industry garners billions of dollars each ...

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McDonald’s to sell Russian locations, as Ukrainian civilian deaths rise

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As Ukrainian and European officials discover more atrocities committed against civilians, McDonald’s said Monday it will sell all of its Russian locations. The fast food giant led the way in opening up ...

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“Suicide is the only way out:” cryptocurrency collapse panics investors

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Cryptocurrency experienced a bloodbath on Thursday as digital currency continues its 2022 freefall. Bitcoin crashed to its lowest price in more than a year and other cryptocurrencies endured even more gruesome sell-offs ...

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Government prosecutor said use of word ‘sin’ could be harmful

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It’s still legal to utter the word “sin” in Finland. At least for now. A Finnish court has upheld the right to free speech by dismissing all charges against Finnish MP Päivi ...

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Iranian Christian explains the plight of women

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Iranians have recently been shocked by the news of two “honor killings” of women, including one woman believed to have been killed for her faith in Christ. Iranian Christian Omeed Jouyandé discusses ...

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Leonid Kravchuk, Independent Ukraine’s first president, dies

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Leonid Kravchuk, Ukraine’s first president after breaking away from the Soviet Union, has died at 88 Ukrainian officials announced on Wednesday. Kravchuk may be most remembered for signing a 1994 agreement with ...

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Moldova: Why Russia has its sights on this poor European nation

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There is growing concern that Moldova and Transnistria could be dragged into Russia’s war against Ukraine. Both Transnistria and Moldova are directly west of Ukraine. Transnistria, a small, breakaway region of Moldova, is sandwiched ...

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Voice of America accused of pro-Islamist bias in reporting

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The Voice of America has a pro-Islamic bias, according to a watchdog group that has filed Freedom of Information Act request. The American Accountability Foundation is investigating allegations that VOA was amplifying ...

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China forcing churches to spout communist propaganda

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Churches and other religious bodies in China are being forced to spout communist propaganda as the country has become “increasingly hostile to faith, said a bipartisan U.S. federal government commission. According to ...

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After attacking Jews, Christians on Easter, Palestinians fight police

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Israeli police continue to deal with Palestinians on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount after Muslims attacked worshippers on Passover and Easter Sunday. The violence comes after Islamic Imams preached in advance of Ramadan, that ...

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Vladimer Putin demands control of this Jerusalem church

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Vladimir Putin is attempting to take control of a church in the Old City of Jerusalem. The Russian leader, who in February invaded Europe’s largest democracy, sent a strongly worded letter to ...

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Warner Bros. Won’t Say Gay in China

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It is beyond ironic that, at the very same time Disney is using all its might to oppose Florida’s Education Bill (falsely named the “Don’t Say Gay Bill”), Warner Bros. has announced ...

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More Holocaust survivors flee Ukraine to Israel

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Holocaust survivors are among the thousands of Ukrainian Jews seeking refuge in Israel. They are now part of a mass Ukrainian refugee crisis that has seen almost 5 million flee their homes, ...

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Media honors Fox reporter Ben Hall as he describes injuries

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Media outlets around the world are speaking of the sacrifice made by a Fox News correspondent in his coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Benjamin Hall sustained serious injuries several weeks ...

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‘May God make a miracle’: Millions flee Ukraine with prayers for war’s end

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A 17-year-old refugee took a stroll down a main thoroughfare after escaping the shelling in his hometown of Zhtomyr, Ukraine. During a casual walk through an older part of the city, the ...

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Franklin Graham calls on Putin, Zelenskyy to hold ceasefire during Easter week

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The war in Ukraine drags on, even as Easter week quickly approaches. Last week, Franklin Graham wrote Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, requesting a ceasefire from the war ...

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Airbnb ends operations in Russia, Belarus

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Four weeks after it initially said it would suspend operations in Russia, Airbnb has made good on its promise. Reservations starting on or after April 4 have been canceled, the company says ...

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