February 2016 Headlines
North Korea announced Sunday that it has put a satellite into orbit. The government also said in a special announcement read on state-run North Korean TV said that it will launch more satellites
Islamic extremist have freed an Australian missionary woman who was kidnapped last month in northern Burkina Faso. Her husband remains in captivity despite efforts by officials to secure his release.
Scores of people are dancing, blowing shofars, and worshipping God. You might think these images come from a charismatic service in America, but they're not. This is communist China. George Thomas gives us an exclusive look at this move of the Spirit in the most unlikely of places.
WASHINGTON -- We hear a lot about the refugees fleeing Syria, but what is life like for the Syrian people still inside the country?
Rescuers continue to search for people as they pull more survivors from the remains of a high-rise residential building that collapsed in a powerful earthquake in southern Taiwan.
The European Parliament has unanimously passed a resolution calling the Islamic State's targeted killing of religious minorities "genocide," calling for perpetrators to be charged with crimes against humanity. What effect does the resolution have?
At least 200 million women and girls globally face genital mutilation, according to a United Nations report, nearly 70 million more than previously estimated.
Two Christian bakers convicted of discrimination charges for refusing to bake a cake promoting gay marriage has received public support from an unexpected source.
German authorities arrested two Algerian men suspected of having ties to ISIS and planning a terrorist attack on German soil.
The Chinese New Year celebration begins this weekend, and this year Chinese citizens have an extra reason to celebrate thanks to the new two-child policy. But the revision also reveals a troubling trend.
Officials in Somalia say they have so far found no evidence of a criminal act in an explosion aboard an airliner that killed one person.
Hundreds of thousands of children refugees face a discouraging future, with no education available and no opportunities. But one group is ministering to these kids by giving them a chance at an education. Could it change Syria's future?
Tensions remain high in East Asia over North Korea's recent nuclear test and territorial disputes with China. Secretary of State John Kerry has just concluded a visit to Beijing where he hoped to ease strained relations.
British Christians fear a government proposal to curb Islamic extremism will affect religious liberty for churches.
The government of Britain has taken the shocking step of now allowing scientists to conduct gene-editing experiments on human embryos.
French police bulldozed a church serving Christian refugees in a camp in Calais called "the jungle."
After allowing believers one last chance to pray, French authorities demolished a makeshift church and mosque Monday as part of a security operation at a camp in Calais populated by thousands of migrants.
Islamic terrorists struck again over the weekend, with Boko Haram burning children alive in Nigeria and ISIS bombing school children in Syria.
Sweden is discovering that perhaps wide-open immigration is not all that it's cracked up to be, as the migrant situation continues to melt down amidst sexual attacks, murder, and official cover-ups.