March 2014 Headlines
Iranian authorities arrested another pastor last week, according to Present Truth Ministries.
Venezuela's president is lashing out against comments by Vice President Biden on clashes between anti-government demonstrators and security forces.
Islamic rebels in Syria have released 13 Greek Orthodox nuns they had been holding hostage since December.
There are still more questions than answers Monday surrounding the Malaysia Airlines flight that went missing this weekend.
Russian President Vladimir Putin isn't responding to increasing international pressure to back away from his invasion into parts of Ukraine.
Tensions remain high between Russia and Ukraine in advance of a referendum on Crimean independence. Rallies in both countries Monday turned violent.
The Iranian government has finally allowed doctors to perform surgery on imprisoned Pastor Benham Irani.
Gunfire in an Army barracks disturbed the fragile peace in Juba, South Sudan, earlier this week.
Nearly one-third of Syria's chemical weapons have been destroyed or removed, according to the group in charge of destroying the country's stockpile.
New revelations have surfaced about the ability of spy agencies to monitor ordinary people online.
Muslim tribesmen are suspected in the murder of 16 Christians in northern Nigeria.
President Barack Obama is condemning a referendum for Ukraine's Crimea to become part of Russia. The vote is expected to take place March 16.
World powers are engaged in high stakes diplomacy, as Russian President Vladimir Putin hints that he might move on eastern Ukraine, as well.
Even in the face of comprehensive sanctions from the United States and other nations, Russia's military has tightened its grip on Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula.
Thousands of Syrians are without food as heavy clashes have disrupted the delivery of humanitarian aid in some regions.
North Korea has released a 75-year-old Australian missionary after three weeks in detention.
Secretary of State John Kerry is calling Russia's seizure of Crimean airspace, airports, highways, and regional government an "act of aggression."
A group of 10 terrorists slashed at least 29 people to death with knives and machetes at a train station in southern China this weekend.
The pro-Russian leader of Ukraine's Crimea region claimed control of the military and police there Saturday and appealed to Russia's President Vladimir Putin for help in keeping peace, sharpening the discord between the two Slavic neighbor countries.
Russia's parliament approved a motion to use the country's military in Ukraine after a request from President Putin as protests in Russian-speaking cities turned violent.