May 2013 Headlines
Secretary of State John Kerry says the Obama administration will do everything possible to protect U.S. diplomats serving overseas.
Christians warn they are the main target of ongoing violence in Nigeria's restive northeast.
Nigeria's military declared a weekend curfew in the spiritual home of Boko Haram, the Muslim group that has killed hundreds of Christians.
Two Iranian women -- Maryam Rustampoor and Marzieh Amirizadeh -- are telling their story of persecution in Iran's Evin Prison.
The American Pastor Saeed Abedini jailed in Iran has seen his family for the first time since being released from solitary confinement.
Boko Haram terrorists are believed responsible for the murder of a popular Pentecostal pastor in Nigeria. Faye Pama was the Secretary of the Christian Association of Nigeria, North East zone.
The U.N. General Assembly called for a “political transition” in Syria and condemned the Assad regime for its use of heavy weapons in populated areas.
A new DVD series called "Truth Unlocked" is reminding Christians that they're called to minister to Muslims and helping them replace fear with love.
Last year more Christians were killed in Nigeria than any other country. The onslaught of bombings made Nigeria the nation with the highest Christian death toll.
Republicans are calling for an independent investigation of last year's Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, left four Americans dead.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Shaif is set to return to office after an overwhelming victory in weekend parliamentary elections.
President Obama vowed Monday to work with Britain to pressure the Syrian government to end its bloody civil war, calling the violence there appalling.
The seasoned diplomat who penned a highly critical report on security at a U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Libya, defended his assessment but absolved then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has declared victory following an election marred by violence today.Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has declared victory following an election marred by violence Saturday.
Saeed Abedini, a U.S. pastor imprisoned for his faith in Iran, has been released from solitary and returned to the general population of Evin Prison.
This week members of more than 95 pro-family groups from across the globe will gather in Sydney, Australia, for the seventh World Congress of Families.
Tanzanian police have arrested six people, including four Saudi Arabians, in the investigation of a church bombing in Arusha.
Like a drum beat echoing throughout the Islamic world, Christians are the targets of violence. Now one man is seeking expose this humanitarian crisis.
Jose Manuel Barroso, the most powerful leader in the European Union, says Europe will become a united political federation within the next few years.
Three witnesses told a House panel not enough was done to prevent the deaths of four Americans in attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
In emotional testimony before a House panel, three key witnesses said they suspected last year's Benghazi attack was terrorism from the beginning.
Saeed Abedini, an American pastor imprisoned in Iran, turns 33 today.
Secretary of State John Kerry met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow Tuesday to convince the president he needs to take a tougher stance against Syria.
North Korea is once again threatening the United States and South Korea -- this time over joint naval drills taking place in the Yellow Sea.
Three State Department officials will testify that the White House misled the country on what happened at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
The Obama administration is accusing China's military of carrying out computer-based attacks against the United States.
At least 20 people were killed in Bangladesh as Islamic protestors took to the streets Monday, demanding the government to enforce strict Islamic law.
Authorities in Malaysia are investigating the death of an American pastor in Kuala Lampur.
A bomb blast at a church in the African nation of Tanzania killed one woman and injured dozens more.
The rise of religious extremism is largely to blame for an increase in persecution of religious minorities around the world, according to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
A Korean-American has been sentenced to 15 years hard labor in a North Korean prison.
While much of the United States was focused on the violence in Syria and Boston last month, attacks were soaring in Iraq.