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From shoeboxes to war zones: how Samaritan’s Purse became a $1 billion humanitarian aid powerhouse

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Each week, in a hulking warehouse in the small mountain town of N. Wilkesboro, N.C., Samaritan’s Purse employees load semi trailers full of supplies for the people of Ukraine: medicines, food, tarps, ...

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As Ukraine sees major victories, Russian media changes tone

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As Russian forces retreat in the face of huge Ukrainian advances to take back their territory, Russian state-run media is starting to crack. The Putin-controlled media outlets, which almost exclusively dominates cable ...

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Russia retreating from Kharkiv as Ukraine counterattacks

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Russia is retreating from positions around Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city. As Ukraine accelerates its offensive against invading troops in the south and east, Russia’s Defense Ministry announced Saturday that it was pulling ...

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Communist China pays to influence American news: Report

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China is waging a multi-billion dollar global campaign to influence major news outlets to shape public opinion. That’s according to a new report that lays out how American media is profiting from ...

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Entire church congregation remains in limbo after fleeing Hong Kong

A congregation of Christians continues to seek asylum after fleeing Hong Kong.  The group remains in Thailand asking the United Nations refugee agency for protection from religious persecution at the hand of ...

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Questions of faith haunted the life of Gorbachev

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There’s an interesting story about former Soviet leader Mikhael Gorbachev and how faith intersected his life. It isn’t every day that one of the creators of a political thriller gets to ask ...

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Queen Elizabeth may be near death as family joins her at bedside

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[Update: Queen Elizabeth II has died] Some Royal observers Wednesday implied Queen Elizabeth II is on death watch. The news, which has not officially been confirmed by Buckingham Palace, has prompted the ...

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Museum of the Bible returns manuscript that was stolen from monastery during WWI

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The Museum of the Bible has returned a stolen manuscript to the Greek Orthodox Church. Bulgarian troops in 1917 looted the handwritten document, which is more than a thousand years old. Museum ...

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Chileans vote to reject new left wing constitution

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Chileans have voted overwhelmingly to reject a new constitution that would have lurched the country to the left on gender, climate change and other social issues. More than 13 million citizens of ...

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Remaining Christians in Afghanistan persecuted by government, family members

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Christians who remain in Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover last summer routinely face persecution and torture from the Taliban government. “There are still Christians in Afghanistan,” said Todd Nettleton, an author and ...

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New York Jets donate $1 million to help Ukrainian refugees in Poland

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The New York Jets football team is stepping up to help Ukrainian refugees in Poland. The CityServe Krakow Housing Project will receive $1 million to provide a safe home for families that ...

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Poland may seek $1.3 trillion from Germany over WWII invasion

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Germany owes Poland $1.32 trillion for the Nazi invasion, subsequent Nazi occupation and destruction. The demand for reparations were made on Thursday by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of Poland’s governing Law and ...

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University allows ‘PhD in child pornography’

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The University of Manchester has been criticized for allowing a student to complete a PhD documenting his sexual gratification from reading erotic comics involving children. Karl Andersson wanted to research Japanese ‘shota’ ...

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400 Baptist churches among thousands lost in Russian war on Ukraine

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Over 400 Ukrainian Baptist congregations have been lost in Russia’s war on Ukraine, says Ukrainian Baptist Theological Seminary President Yaroslav Pyzh. The number is striking, considering that Ukraine’s protestant population is already ...

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Holocaust photos – found in attics and archives – reveal tragedy on personal level

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Newly found photos of the Holocaust are helping researchers put stories to the victims. The summer of 2022 marked the 80th anniversary of the first Nazi deportation of Jewish families from Germany to Auschwitz. ...

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Israel, Japan sign historic defense agreement

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Japan and Israel are strengthening their ties with a historic agreement on defense. Israeli Minister of Defense Benny Gantz and Japanese Minister of Defense Yasukazu Hamada signed a “Memorandum for Defense Cooperation” ...

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Twitter, Facebook ban pro-Democracy accounts that criticize China

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Twitter and Facebook have banned over 100 pro-democracy accounts that criticized China, Russia and Iran. The social media companies allege that the pages and groups were pro-American and “used deceptive tactics” to ...

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Solomon Islands blocks U.S navy after signing pact with China

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Who lost the Solomon Islands? That’s the question many are asking after that nation announced it is refusing the United States Navy from entering any of its ports. It’s a major blow ...

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List of scientists saying there is no ‘climate crisis’ surpasses 1,150

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There is no climate emergency say a growing number of scientists, climatologists and other specialists. They’re joining a growing list that now totals more than 1,100 who have signed a World Climate ...

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In positive move, Saudi Arabia reforms school curricula to confront extremism

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Saudi Arabia continues to deter extremism with the newest effort targeting school curricula. The country’s Education Ministry recently announced the introduction of a new curriculum for the kingdom’s schools,  which involves, among ...

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Free app facilitates prayer for persecuted Christians around the world

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A new mobile prayer app developed by Christian persecution watchdog Open Doors USA gives users the ability to connect with persecuted Christians suffering for their faith. Available for free in the Apple ...

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Judge rules against Ben & Jerry’s in lawsuit over sales in Israel

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Residents of Israel’s Judea and Samaria regions will be able to continue buying Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. A federal judge rejected the company’s bid to block its parent company, Unilever, from ...

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Apple users urged to immediately update software

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Apple users are being urged to immediately update their iOS software. Newly discovered security vulnerabilities affect iPhone, iPad and Macbooks, according to the company and a cybersecurity firm. “Apple has released security ...

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American Jews injured in Sunday terrorist attack in Jerusalem recovering

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Five American Jews are recovering after a Palestinian man opened fire on a city bus in Jerusalem on Sunday. The gunman, identified as 26-year-old Amir Sidawi, a resident of East Jerusalem, targeted ...

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World Economic Forum publishes article calling for global censorship

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The World Economic Forum (WEF) is proposing a system of global censorship creating using artificial intelligence. The organization, which is not known for espousing democratic principles, made the startling recommendation in an ...

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