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US finally cancels 68-year-old Iran friendship treaty

When Iran took American embassy staff hostage in 1979, President Carter kept it. When Iran bombed a base in Lebanon that killed hundreds of Marines, Reagan kept it. When Iran bombed an ...

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Dozens of kids at Bible camp among earthquake dead

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The number of dead from the massive Indonesian earthquake and tsunami has now reached at least 1,234 and it’s expected to rise into the thousands as rescue crews explore new hard-hit areas. ...

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Historic new trade deal with Canada reached

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President Trump and his team have negotiated a victory for American manufacturers and farmers in a new trade deal with Canada. The announcement comes after Canada ultimately gave in to demands by ...

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Video shows powerful tsunami as death toll rises

The video shows the multi-story wave that hit this city. For those in its path it was a nightmare borne from the sea. Residents too afraid to sleep indoors camped out in ...

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Christians in Kurdistan hope democracy will prevail

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The Christian minority in Iraqi Kurdistan is hoping for its “real” representatives to be voted into the Kurdish regional parliament September 30, reports Kurdish news service Rudaw. The presidential and parliamentary elections ...

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What’s good for the goose? Zuckerberg hacked

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After deleting and censoring the accounts of conservatives and Christians, Facebook is about to get a dose of its own medicine. A Taiwanese “white hat” (good guy) hacker claims he’s hacked the ...

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How the Gospel reached the brutal Amazon “Skull Splitters” tribe

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The warriors from the Skull Splitter tribe walked 10 days on foot from a village deep in the Amazon jungle because they wanted to find someone who would tell them about the ...

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Here’s Trump’s speech creating the buzz at the UN

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The President addressed the UN Tuesday and it is being called one of the most important of his administration. In our effort to bring you information unfiltered by the national media, here ...

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Sick kids suffer most in socialist Venezuela

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Sick kids are the first victims of Venezuela’s socialist economy shattering the nation’s health care system and the situation in the nation’s hospitals is heartbreaking. Families of patients dig through neighborhood garbage ...

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Kenyan bus passengers killed over Islamic statement of faith

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Some horrific news is emerging out of Kenya after two Christian bus passengers were murdered in cold blood by militants belonging to Islamic terror group Al-Shabaab. According to International Christian Concern, last weekend a ...

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Refugees admitted to US to drop to near 2002 levels

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The United States will reduce the number of refugees admitted into the country to 30,000 for next year. “We proposed resettling up to 30,000 refugees under the new refugee ceiling as well ...

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Kim seeks second summit with President Trump

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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is calling for another meeting with President Donald Trump. Kim made the request in a letter that the White House describes as “very warm and pleasant.” ...

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British MPs want Franklin Graham banned

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Franklin Graham should be banned from Britain, according to the country’s leading Muslim organization and some British MPs. Graham, the founder of the Samaritan’s Purse relief organization and son of famed evangelist ...

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PLO office in Washington closed by US

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President Donald Trump and his administration are being praised for closing the Palestinian mission, or PLO, in the nation’s capital. The announcement this week comes after nearly a year of mulling the ...

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Swedes vote opposition to generous immigration policy

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As Europeans continue to struggle with the issue of immigration, add another country that has been rocked at the polls over the issue. Sweden has become the latest European nation where voters ...

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Soccer fans in Peru attack church members over parking lot

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A brawl broke out Monday between soccer fans and members of a church in Lima, Peru over a parking lot. The dispute began when church members arrived early in the morning for ...

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ICBMs missing from North Korea parade

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In an amazing reversal, North Korea’s largest parade in decades was subdued on Sunday. Some observers say it was another result of the historic and successful summit between President Trump and Kim ...

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Doctor fired for choice of pronoun for transgender patients

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A doctor has been fired by the British government because he fails to identify transgender patients with their chosen pronouns. David Mackereth told The Sunday Telegraph that he will not be serving as a ...

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Europe’s leftists face losing power in grassroots revolt

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Europe’s leftist policies, and the increasingly unpopular politicians who put them into place, are under siege as voters make their displeasure known across the continent in a grassroots revolt. While ignored by ...

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Brazil’s “Smithsonian” considered total loss in fire

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Brazilians are mourning the total destruction of the nation’s “Smithsonian”. A massive fire tore through a an expansive 200-year-old museum in Rio de Janeiro late Sunday, lighting up the night and sending ...

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21 things good things young Saudi prince is doing

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Amidst so much war and terrorism in the Middle East, there is actually remarkably good news coming out of Saudi Arabia. A reformer is rising, pursuing the most dramatic economic, social and ...

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US is cutting funding to UN for Palestinians

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With increasing radicalism within the Palestinian government, the Trump administration will cut all US funding to the United Nation’s aid program for Palestinian refugees, according to a report from Foreign Policy. The newspaper ...

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China’s believers face new threat: camera’s in church

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China’s independent churches are facing a new threat: forced to allow the government to spy on who worships in them or face the threat of being shut down. The Zion church in ...

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Archaeologists say they’ve found water-to-wine wedding site

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British media today is reporting that archaeologists have solved a millennia-old mystery–where was the wedding at Cana where Jesus performed his first miracle?  The announcement again bolsters the case for the New ...

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Woman gets jail after complaining about noisy mosque

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An Indonesian court has sentenced a woman who complained about a noisy mosque to 18 months in prison for blasphemy. The ethnic Chinese woman, Meiliana, burst into tears as presiding Judge Wagyu ...

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