January 2010 Headlines
Christians in Vietnam are reaching out to those lost in a world of drugs and despair.
Nearly two years ago a powerful cyclone hit Myanmar, killing thousands of residents. But now, missionaries say a love for Christ is growing there.
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Parents in the United Kingdom are angry over a government experiment to give birth control to teens.
National Basketball Association legend Alonzo Mourning, and one of the co-founders of Athletes Relief Fund for Haiti, is lending a helping hand to Haiti.
CBN's Operation Blessing International held a special meal event for 3,000 Haitian children Monday in the national soccer stadium.
The mosque has only been open for a few months in the country of Austria and already some of the neighbors want it shut down.
A U.K. bill currently before Parliament threatens Christian parents' right to homeschool their children.
A large crowd gathered at a Baptist church to hear Haiti's most well known evangelical leader. Pastor Chavannes Jeune's message: repent and prepare for revival.
Ten Americans were detained by Haitian police on Saturday as they tried to bus 33 children across the border.
Inside Haiti's largest hospital is the grim picture of an unfolding health crisis-- the majority of patients are facing a future without hands or legs.
Mexico City federal prosecutors say they'll work to overturn the city's new gay marriage law.
Many Haitians have no identification to prove who they are and they're afraid they could become victims of identity theft.
It has been nearly three weeks since a 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti, with concerns mounting about people getting enough food and clean water.
Basic medical supplies like antibiotics and painkillers are running dangerously low in Haiti.
Thousands of children left orphaned by the devastating earthquake in Haiti are now left with no one to care for them.
The U.S. military has halted flights carrying Haitian earthquake victims to the United State.
Rescue efforts have officially ended in Haiti, and there is now an even greater focus on recovery.
Pastor Chavannes Jeune is the most well-known Protestant pastor in Haiti.
What would happen in the U.S. if we had an earthquake like the one that hit here in Haiti?
The theme park is intended to bring a little sweetness to the lives of Chinese citizens suffering from the global economic slowdown.
Japan's trade minister Masayuki Naoshima is urging Toyota to move quickly to reassure auto buyers that its cars are safe.
Doctors from around the world are making their way to Haiti to volunteer their time and talent to save lives - an impossible task without the right supplies.
The United Kingdom's House of Lords defeated a measure that could have required churches to employ practicing homosexuals.
Iran on Thursday executed two men accused of involvement in an armed anti-government group.
The solar-powered digital audio players will be given to ministries that are already serving the physical needs of earthquake survivors.
Lawmakers in France are considering a partial ban on Islamic burqas and face coverings in some public places.
French rescue workers pulled a teenage girl from the rubble of a home on the campus of a destroyed college Wednesday in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 15 days after the devastating quake.
Iran's state media said the government detained two German diplomats for their alleged role in December's anti-government protests.
Iran's supreme leader predicted the destruction of Israel in comments posted on his Web site on Wednesday.
A Canadian judge has ruled that baby Isaiah James May's life support can continue for now.
Operation Blessing International is employing some Haitians, giving them the jobs they need to support themselves and their families.
Notably absent among the relief givers are the oil-rich Muslim nations, which have collectively contributed less than one-tenth of 1 percent of the aid.
As the world is rushing aid to victims of Haiti's earthquake, the people say they need something else to help their country recover long-term: Jobs.
North Korea says it is firing artillery off its west coast as part of an annual military drill and will continue to do so.
Hundreds of thousands of Haitians still need medical care after the deadly earthquake two weeks ago, but not all of them are being treated in Haiti.
A suicide car bomber in central Baghdad killed at least 18 people and injured dozens of others Tuesday.
The 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit arrived off the coast of Haiti Monday on board the USS Bataan to contribute to the relief effort.
Since their homes were destroyed, about one million Haitians have been living in empty lots, parks and plazas under the hot tropical sun.
A little boy in Great Britain has shown that anyone can rise up and do something meaningful in the face of disaster.
The U.S. military is flying critically injured Haitians to the U.S. Navy's floating hospital, the USNS Comfort.
The U.S. Navy is rushing relief supplies to Haiti and providing medical assistance for quake victims on board its ships.
Not everyone in Haiti is sitting around waiting for help to arrive. Some people are finding little ways to help each other and lift their neighbors' spirits.
Google said Monday that its dispute with China over Internet censorship will likely be resolved in coming weeks.
Osama bin Laden endorsed the failed attempt to blow up a U.S. airliner on Christmas Day and threatened new attacks against the U.S. in an audio message Sunday.
One medical clinic is working with CBN's Operation Blessing International to help some of Haiti's most vulnerable victims.
An Iraqi government spokesman said the latest bombings 'represent an extension' of activities linked to Saddam's regime.
CBN's Operation Blessing International is delivering water purification units to Haiti's most important hospital.
At least 2 million Haitians have been left homeless by the earthquake and they are taking shelter wherever they can find it.
Since the quake, doctors and nurses from a variety of countries are coming here to work long days treating the many people who crowd the rooms and the yard.
An Ethiopian Airlines plane carrying 90 people caught fire and crashed into the sea minutes after taking off from Beirut early Monday.
Just across Haiti's border in the Dominican Republic a hospital has opened its doors to those injured by this month's earthquake.
The U.S. Marines marked the end of nearly seven years in Iraq on Saturday by handing the Army their command of Anbar province.
That doesn't count those still under the debris, carried off by relatives or killed in the outlying quake zone.
A team of rescuers in pulled a man alive from the rubble on Saturday, 11 days after the devastating quake struck Port-au-Prince.
This week the trial began for Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who is accused of hate speech.
Suddenly right past us rescue workers were running up the street. A small crowd were watching workers at a crumbled house. Someone had heard the cry of a baby under the rubble.
After nearly 10 days trapped in the ruins of a three-story building, an Israeli search-and-rescue team extricated a 22-year-old Haitian man.
As a teen, 83-year-old Anne Marie Polestier made the decision to practice voodoo, but the recent earthquake in Haiti has turned her away from witchcraft.
A Christian airline clerk went to London's High Court on Tuesday in a bid to force British Airways to admit to religious discrimination back in 2006.
The group behind the mosque, Tablighi Jamaat, failed to meet a planning application deadline.
After more than a week of downed phone lines and scarce electricity communication between Haitians in the U.S. and Haiti is gradually being restored.
Most of the quake news coverage in Haiti has focused on the capital city of Port-au-Prince. But some smaller cities in the countryside were also hit hard.
The needs in Haiti are overwhelming -- with a quarter of a million people in desperate need of food, water and medical care.
The group, Christian Concern for Our Nation, said the equality bill would force British churches and ministries to hire homosexuals.
There's a church on the corner with the roof hanging in pieces over the sanctuary. The walls are still standing but the inside looks like a bomb went off.
Amidst the devastation and immense human suffering in Haiti, some of its people are responding with faith.
Haitian officials are planning to relocate 400,000 people from makeshift camps to the outskirts of Port-au-Prince.
Soldiers are patrolling the city of Jos, where more than 200 people have died in three days of fighting between Christians and Muslims.
CBN's Operation Blessing launched a pilot program in Haiti in December to offer clean drinking water.
The church will really have to prove that it is a people, not a building. I'm so encouraged when I see worshippers gathering in tent camps and other public places.
Medical experts say untreated festering wounds, contaminated water, and disease-carrying insects could lead to many people becoming sick in Haiti.
Another 4,000 U.S. troops are bound to Haiti to take part in the relief effort. That will raise the number involved to more than 16,000.
Medical experts say untreated festering wounds, contaminated water, and disease-carrying insects could lead to many people becoming sick in the makeshift camps.
Richard Boyer is a Haitian American, lived most of his life in the Boston area. One day just a few years ago he decided to return to Haiti.
It seemed we didn't know where we were going or exactly what we were looking for when I suddenly realized we were right around the corner from Pastor Camille Desravine's church.
Orphans from Haiti are being brought to the U.S. Aid groups say tens of thousands of children have been orphaned.
As Haiti's earthquake victims are facing illness, doctors are scarce. So Operation Blessing has joined forces with a team of Israeli doctors to bring needed medical care.
Jim Glynn is a pastor and president of Heart of God Ministries. He has spent over 27 years working in Haiti and has a tremendous heart for this country.
Christian ministry Compassion International is praying that one of their staff members missing after the Haiti earthquake is still alive.
As Haiti's homeless struggle to get food, water, and security, the ongoing arrival of U.S. military forces has been a welcome sight for many victims.
Half of all Afghan adults pay at least one bribe a year to a public official to cut through red tape or get help with poor service.
An estimated 6.1 magnitude aftershock rocked the already earthquake ravaged country of Haiti Wednesday morning, shaking buildings and sending people into the streets.
A recent earthquake has devastated the island of Haiti, but conditions in the country have been desperate for years.
The death toll is estimated to be as high as 200,000 and at least 1.5 million people are homeless. Now authorities are trying to stave off a second catastrophe.
The recent efforts by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab to blow up a plane on Christmas day have shed new light on terror breeding grounds overseas.
You could sense the anxiety peppered with moments of frustration outside one collapsed home in Haiti over the weekend.
The Turk who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981 was released from prison on Monday.
Clashes between Muslims and Christians in Nigeria has left 5,000 people displaced from their homes.
Survivors are still being pulled from the rubble in Haiti on Monday, nearly a week after the 7.0 earthquake.
Afghan police battled Taliban gunmen in Kabul, after a suicide bomber blew himself up in the capital.
In a recent survey, more than half of Britons say Islam has divided their country along religious lines.
Suspected U.S. drone fired on a house in Pakistan's tribal region Sunday, killing at least a dozen people.
Saddam Hussein's notorious cousin "Chemical Ali" received a death sentence for his part in a poison gas attack on Halabja.
It wasn't long after Tuesday's earthquake leveled nearly all of the houses next to Claude Surena's that neighbors started showing up at his doorstep.
The Afghan parliament rejected the majority of President Karzai's second slate of Cabinet choices, dealing a setback to his effort to assemble a team to focus on reforms.
Hungry, haggard survivors clamored, and sometimes fought, food and water as donors squabbled over how to get aid into Haiti.
Many believe the outcome of Ukraine's presidential election could bring the country back under Russia's thumb, leading to less political, economic and religious freedom.
Haitian earthquake victims are growing even more desperate as relief organizations struggle to get into the country to help with the humanitarian crisis.
President Barack Obama has promised $115 million in rapid earthquake aid for Haiti.
China's ruling party newspaper warned Internet companies Thursday to obey government controls.
Missionaries in Haiti are reporting stories of God's miracles unfolding amidst the tragedy.
Robert King, the U.S. special envoy on North Korean human rights, is urging the release of American missionary Robert Park.
Police are investigating nearly a dozen acts of violence, including several arson attacks against Christians.
Haiti now fears that victims might die for lack of help in a country so poor it had a rough time keeping its citizens alive in the best of times.
Millions of people are in desparate need of help in the poverty-stricken country of Haiti.
A likely U.S. missile strike killed at least 10 suspected terrorists in Pakistan's North Waziristan region, officials said.
Many Haitian Americans turned to Web sites like Facebook and Twitter in hopes of reaching their loved ones after Tuesday's devastating earthquake in Haiti.
Thousands of Haitians were begging for help Wednesday after a massive earthquake devastated their island nation.
Two U.S. service members were killed Wednesday in eastern Afghanistan, NATO said.
A town in southern Italy is being called the world's "only white town" after a bloody campaign of ethnic cleansing.
As the surge ramps up in Afghanistan, the military is scrambling to keep up with the logistical needs of supplying its rapidly growing force in the field.
America's top commander in Afghanistan says the U.S. troop surge in Afghanistan is turning the tide against the Taliban.
Miep Gies, who defied the Nazi occupiers to hide Anne Frank and her family for two years and saved the teenager's diary not, has died.
A professor of nuclear physics at Tehran University was killed Tuesday by a bomb-rigged motorcycle parked outside his home in Iran's capital.
Yemen's most influential Islamic cleric said U.S.-backed fight against the terror group could lead to 'foreign occupation' of the country.
France will be the first country in the world to ban "psychological violence" within marriage.
China has just edged past Germany to become the world's biggest exporter.
Former presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-AZ, says the U.S. needs to help the Iranian people on a daily basis in their struggle for freedom and democracy.
The Jordanian doctor who killed seven CIA employees in a suicide attack said in video clips that all jihadists must attack U.S. targets to avenge the death of a Pakistani Taliban chief.
Yemen's president said he is ready to open a dialogue with al-Qaeda fighters who lay down their weapons and renounce violence.
North Korea has yet to confirm the identity or whereabouts of an American missionary arrested on Christmas Eve.
Parts of the Central American country of Guatemala are suffering from extreme drought and famine.
Senators John McCain, R-Ariz., and Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., visited Kabul, Afghanistan on Thursday to show their support for the U.S. mission there.
Egyptian authorities arrested three suspects, Friday, in the Christmas Eve attack on a church that left six church-goers and a Muslim guard dead.
Two gunmen drove by the Virgin Mary Church in the town of Nag Hamadi, Thursday evening, an randomly opened fire into a crowd walking out.
Officials say a church has been set on fire in Malaysia by unidentified attackers amid a growing conflect in the country over the use of the word "Allah" by non-Muslims.
Gay marriage may soon be legalized in the European nation of Portugal with new legislation expected to be approved on Friday.
Two of the most notorious and restrictive nations in the world are also the world's worst persecutors of Christians.
The Yemen government says they oppose any direct intervention by the United States in helping to fight al Qaeda.
Cuban officials protested extra airport screening for citizens flying into the U.S.
The U.S. embassy in Yemen has reopened after a two-day closure, which was prompted by a terrorist threat.
Iran has welcomed comments made by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about starting nuclear talks between the Islamic Republic and the West.
Landslides and a tsunami unleashed by a major earthquake destroyed some 200 houses on one Solomon island, leaving about one-third of the population homeless.
The $1.5 billion "vertical city" of luxury apartments, offices and one hotel is considered the crowning achievement of Dubai's construction boom.
The Somali man who attacked Danish artist Kurt Westergaard last week, had been previously been arrested in Kenya in September, Danish media reported Sunday.
Beginning Monday, all air passengers flying into the U.S. will face increased security screenings.
The U.S. and Great Britain closed their embassies in Yemen on Sunday after threats were received from a local branch of what officials believe is a part of the al Qaeda terror network.
The attorney representing five Americans who have been detained in Pakistan is denying that his clients planned to carry out terrorist attacks.
The U.S. and Britain closed their embassies in Yemen on Sunday in the face of al Qaeda threats.
Officials realized about a year after Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab came to London to study in 2005 that he was in contact with Islamic extremists.
North Korea called for an end of hostile relations with the United States in a New Year's message and said it was committed to making the Korean peninsula nuclear-free.
Iran is warning it will produce nuclear fuel on its own if there is no deal to have the West deliver the fuel.
Iran's opposition leader pledged to remain strong in the face of new threats, including calls for his execution.