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ISIS has brutalized, raped, and murdered thousands. But the unshakeable faith of young Maryam Behnam, who had to flee from the terrorist group, has encouraged Christians in Iraq and around the world.
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The year-long U.S.-led air campaign against ISIS has not weakened the jihadi army, according to U.S. intelligence officials.
It's been five years since the world's attention was captivated by the story of 33 Chilean miners who were trapped 2,300 feet underground and miraculously survived.
People who suffer from celiac disease may soon enjoy gluten without any of the painful repercussions.
Some Iraqi Christians fleeing the Islamic State sought safety and freedom in America. But instead of being welcomed in as religious refugees, they were arrested and sent to a San Diego prison.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov invited Qatar-based Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal to visit Moscow soon for further discussions on the stalemated Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
President Barack Obama will meet with American Jewish leaders for the first time since signing an agreement with Iran last month on its nuclear programs.
Tel Avivans will soon be facing the same challenges Jerusalemites have dealt with for more than a decade, with Sunday evening marking the start of construction for a light rail system in Israel's largest city.
Boko Haram is losing ground in Nigeria. Government troops attacked several Boko Haram camps and rescued 178 hostages from the terrorist group's grasp.
What do two university students, a 95 year old American woman and orphans in India have in common? How so many lives are tied together with a common thread of love.
The Call co-founder Lou Engle says his expectations for coming years are higher than ever and he's asking the church to join him in faith.