March 2015 Headlines
Hadeel Kouki, a 24-year-old Syrian Christian who now lives the U.S., speaks out on behalf of persecuted Christians. She told CBN News that she has friends and neighbors among the hundreds of Christians kidnapped by ISIS.
Liberia could be Ebola free in 42 days, health officials predict.
America's ambassador to South Korea is in stable condition following a knife attack at a breakfast meeting in Seoul Thursday.
Libya's state-run oil corporation says 11 oil fields in the country are now closed down after a series of attacks by Islamic State jihadists.
A Canadian pastor has been missing in North Korea for more than a month, raising fears he may have been detained.
The Islamic State released four more Assyrian Christian hostages Tuesday from the more than 200 they kidnapped last week in Syria.
In his new book, CBN's Erick Stakelbeck describes how ISIS is calling on its legions of followers in the West to rise up and conduct attacks, turning the United States and Europe into a war zone.
The United States and Cuba recently met for a second round of diplomatic talks aimed at restoring relations between the two nations.
Police arrested 471 parents in northwest Pakistan for refusing to give their children polio vaccinations.
The Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram has posted a beheading video that shows hallmarks of ISIS propaganda.
For Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, his trip to the U.S. is a "fateful, even historic, mission."
Thirty-thousand people marched in Moscow Sunday to mourn murdered opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, a major critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Islamic state released 19 of the more than 200 Assyrian Christians it kidnapped last week.