February 2010 Headlines
Malta's Christian heritage all started with a shipwreck, as told in the book of Acts, about 60 AD while the apostle Paul was en route to Rome.
More than 40 years after the cultural revolution, Chinese Christians are getting bolder about sharing their faith.
American evangelist and author Josh McDowell experienced rough treatment recently when he tried to visit Egypt.
Christian leaders in Chiapas, Mexico, are calling on state and federal officials to protect evangelicals following an attack in the city of Tumbala.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak responded to recent threats from Iran, Syria and Hezbollah.
A 29-year-old seminary student is asking Christians around the world to help free her parents from prison in China.
In his years of ministry, Bonnke has preached in nearly every country in front of millions, carrying the same message -- that Africa must be saved.
Derek Spain is one of the many Olympic Chaplains ministering to the athletes at the 2010 Olympic Games.
The tsunami from Chile's earthquake hit Japan's main islands and the shores of Russia Sunday, but the smaller-than-expected waves prompted the lifting of a Pacific-wide alert.
Hundreds of Christian ministers are in Vancouver, B.C. for the Winter Olympic Games to share the Gospel of Christ.
Recent legal spats over Haiti orphans has some wondering if adoption is even possible right now. What should you do if you're considering adopting a child from Haiti?
The U.S. picked up a handful of medals at Thursday's Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, B.C. but not the one most Americans were hoping to win.
The Taliban are claiming responsibility for deadly suicide attacks that killed at least 10 people in the heart of Kabul.
The Afghan government is now officially in control of the city of Marjah, the Taliban's southern stronghold.
The premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada is defending his decision to come to the U.S. for heart surgery.
Tension is very high between the Haitian government and those left homeless by last month's earthquake. Critics say Haiti has been slow to provide alternative housing.
France is now using a full-body security scanner for U.S. bound passengers at Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Amid all the excitement over the competition, a group of Christians is using this as an opportunity to preach the Gospel to all nations.
At least six people have died and more than 60 are believed buried in their homes in a village near Bandung in Indonesia.
Another top Taliban leader has reportedly been captured in Pakistan, making him the fourth senior Afghan Taliban member caught in recent weeks.
Nineteen flood victims feared dead have been found alive on Portugal's island nation of Madeira.
Iran has formally set out its terms for giving up most of its cache of enriched uranium in a confidential document.
Turkish police have detained 51 military commanders for allegedly planning to overthrow the Islamic-rooted government.
Eight members of a Shiite family were murdered and beheaded in the village of Wahda, 20 miles south of Baghad.
Airlines of neighboring countries flying to Iran must use 'Persian Gulf' on their flight monitors or be banned from Iranian airspace.
A remote-controlled bomb detonated in front of a government building in southern Afghanistan killed at least seven civilians and wounded 14.
Persecuted Christians across the globe lost one of their strongest advocates recently.
An infant on life support in Alberta, Canada, was granted more time, Friday, after a judge put the case of Baby Isaiah May on hold until March 11.
U.S. General David Petraeus says the surge in the city of Marjah is just the start of a long campaign to defeat the Taliban.
America continues to lead the medal count at the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, B.C., with the U.S. climbing to 24 medals this weekend.
Former U.N. nuclear chief Mohamed ElBaradei sharply criticized Egypt's ruling system Sunday.
At least 21 civilians traveling in a convoy were killed by an airstrike on Sunday.
Residents in southern Peru are still cleaning up after last month's deadly flash floods and mudslides.
Costa Rican voters recently elected a president and congressmen who all say they are for upholding traditional Christian values in the country.
Apolo Anton Ohno made history the hard way, overcoming a rare mistake that dropped him to last place before rallying to earn his record seventh Olympic medal.
It was a long-awaited homecoming for some of the missionaries arrested in Haiti.
Team U.S.A. has reclaimed the lead in the medal race at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, B.C., surging ahead of Germany with a total of 18 medals six of them gold.
There has been a recent surge in violence against Christians in northern Iraq. At least three Christians have been killed near the city of Mosul this week.
About two dozen U.S. Marines were dropped from helicopters into Taliban-controlled areas of Marjah before dawn on Friday.
Toyota President Akio Toyoda will be in Washington next week to testify about the company's massive recalls in congressional hearings.
A Lebanese military court sentenced two men to death for allegedly working with Israeli intelligence.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been encouraging some of the world leaders to take tough action to stop Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is challenging the world's Muslim leaders to allow freedom of worship, stop religious violence and the oppression of women.
In the book of Genesis, it says God created the sun, the moon, and the stars to give light to the earth. And He said it was good.
United Nations officials warned, Thursday, that Iran may be working on a nuclear warhead, despite previous reports that Tehran stopped such activities in 2003.
President Obama hosted the Dalai Lama at the White House, Thursday.
Coalition forces led by U.S. troops are gaining ground in Afghanistan in the biggest offensive there since 2001.
The United States won three gold medals at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, B.C. on Thursday and now leads the medal count with 14 overall.
Taliban fighters holding out in Marjah are increasingly using civilians as human shields.
A judge sentenced a Canadian resident to life in prison on Wednesday for his role in a terror plot against Germany and Austria.
Economists have estimated the magnitude 7 earthquake wrought between $8.1 billion and $13.9 billion in damage.
Eight of the 10 U.S. missionaries behind bars in Haiti will be allowed to return home, nearly three weeks after being charged with child trafficking.
U.S. military officials say Taliban resistance in Afghanistan seemed more disorganized, Wednesday, as they marked day five of a major attack against the terrorist group.
White House officials aren't saying if President Barack Obama will make a public appearance with the Dalai Lama this week.
The U.S. Olympic team was shut out from winning any medals Tuesday during the Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C.
The 40-day period of fasting, which leads up to Easter, is meant to serve as a time of reflection and repentance.
Officials want to track down a hit squad suspected of killing a Hamas terrorist leader in January, while he was staying in a Dubai hotel.
Euthanasia is taking place in hospitals in Quebec, even though it's not legal, according to the president of the province's association of physicians.
The Vatican plans to post some World War Two archives online to calm the controversy over Pope Pius XII's actions during the Holocaust.
The United States currently has the lead for the most medals won at the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games.
Even before the quake rocked the country on Jan. 12, corruption and poverty have made Haiti the poorest country in the Western hemisphere for more than a century.
Preval says it would take "1,000 trucks moving rubble for 1,000 days" before people could even begin to rebuild.
U.S. officials say Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban's No. 2 leader, was arrested by American and Pakistani forces in a joint operation.
Hamas officials said Monday that a British freelance journalist detained in Gaza will be held for 15 days.
Clashes between Islamic groups in a Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon on Monday left at least two people dead.
U.S. Marine and Afghan units pressed deeper into the Taliban haven of Marjah on Monday.
CBN News went to London for exclusive interviews with a number of leading Islamic radicals who live there with the full knowledge of the British government.
Belgian officials report that two commuter trains were involved in a head-on collision Monday after one ran a stop light at rush hour, killing at least 18 people.
The group of police, local officials and villagers put guns to the heads of the Christians and demanded they renounce Christ.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said this weekend that Iran is looking more and more like a military dictatorship.
An Australian court Monday sentenced five Muslim men to prison terms of 23 to 28 years.
Thousands crowded the streets of Haiti Feb. 12, to mark one month after the devastating earthquake. Watch this special on how hope is rising from the rubble.
It was a decision Olympic officials made with the "emotional component" of athletes in mind following the death of a Georgian competitor.
The countries of the former Soviet Union are wracked with social problems stemming decades of atheistic communism. Christians say their best hope is to reintroduce biblical values to society.
Bombs and booby traps slowed the advance of thousands of U.S. Marines and Afghan soldiers moving Saturday through the Taliban-controlled town of Marjah.
The U.S. Army is preparing to launching a major offensive against a Taliban stronghold in Afghanistan.
About 55,000 people are expected at Friday evening's opening ceremonies for the 21st Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The body of a missing Christian filmmaker has been found in the ruins of the collapsed Hotel Montana in Haiti.
Operation Blessing President Bill Horan says security is a major concern in Haiti and is urging churches to send prayers instead of missionaries.
The Church of England is taking a small step to recognize the new breakaway Episcopal group in the U.S., the Anglican Church in North America.
The 10 American missionaries accused of kidnapping kids in Haiti may spend the weekend in jail, despite a Haitian judge ruling that they should be released.
Thousands of people marched in the streets of Iran Thursday. Many were opposition protesters, who risked their lives to stand up against their government.
When the SOS call along Haiti's Avenue Pouplard went unanswered, earthquake survivors began to pull together.
Doctors in Haiti are treating an earthquake survivor they believe spent 27 days under the rubble.
Iran's Islamic regime is celebrating 31 years in power by cracking down on political opponents and producing uranium enriched to a higher level.
U.S. missile defense plans are a threat to Russian national security, Russia's top military officer said Tuesday.
Helicopters ferried rescuers to and bodies away from the site of massive avalanches that blocked an important mountain pass north of Kabul.
Massive demonstrations are expected Thursday in Tehran for the 31st anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
The new attorney for 10 American missionaries charged with child kidnapping says he believes the group had authorization to take the children.
The punitive measures are intended to target affiliates of the Guard for their alleged involvement in producing and distributing weapons of mass destruction.
China is not happy with the U.S., because of its recent arms sales to Taiwan and some high-level Chinese military officers want to try something different to punish America.
A top German investigator testified Tuesday that there are inconsistencies in John Demjanjuk's story.
About 100 Iranians protested Tuesday in front of the Italian embassy in Teheran, shouting "Death to Italy, Death to Berlusconi.
The Commission on International Religious Freedom is telling the U.S. Congress that America should promote religious rights overseas.
Iran's top ruler has promised to "punch" the western powers this week in a way that will "leave them stunned."
Pakistan police arrested six Taliban militants Tuesday who they say were plotting an attack against Americans staying in the city of Lahore.
Toyota Motor Co. is now recalling nearly half a million of its flagship Prius and other hybrid vehicles worldwide for brake problems.
The world's tallest skyscraper has unexpectedly closed to the public a month after its lavish opening.
Costa Ricans have elected their first woman president, who promised to continue free market policies in Central America's most stable nation.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ordered his country's atomic agency to begin enriching uranium to a higher level.
In Haiti, basic necessities like water are in short supply. In response, CBN's Operation Blessing is tapping the ground to fill the need.
Another attorney for the group says the Haitian lawyer wanted $60,000 to bribe officials to release them.
While the Jan. 11 earthquake has taken a physical toll on the people of Haiti, it has also changed many emotionally. Some have found creative ways to express their pain.
The Peruvian government has airlifted 3,900 villagers and tourists from a tourist destination in southern Peru after they were stranded after a week of torrential rains and mudslides.
CBN News International Correspondent George Thomas recaps what he saw while reporting from Haiti for more than two weeks following the quake.
The anti-whaling ship the Bob Barker and a Japanese harpoon boat collided in the icy waters off Antarctica - the second major clash this year.
A French agronomist who was kidnapped in Chad in November was freed Saturday in Sudan after 89 days in captivity.
Search crews have located the black box under parts of the tail of the Ethiopian Airlines jet that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea last month
A Shiite militant group in Iraq has posted an Internet video showing an American it says it abducted.
International human rights activists are asking the United Nations to help find a missing Chinese attorney.
India is forming its own panel on global warming, because the Indian government says it cannot rely on on the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Toyota Motor Corp. is set to recall 270,000 Prius hybrids, because of problems with their brakes.
Police used tear gas, plastic bullets and water cannons to scatter hundreds of students protesting against the government.
The 10 U.S. missionaries charged with kidnapping in Haiti are asking to come home until their trial, despite a court ruling that they remain in jail without bail.
North Korea says it has decided to free a detained American missionary who crossed its border to raise human rights issues.
I got home late Thursday night and the time has flown by. Some of you have written and asked, “Are you home? Are you OK?”
A 10-year-old German boy the government had removed from his home for being home-schooled has been returned to his mother.
Aafia Siddiqui, the woman dubbed "Lady al Qaeda" has been convicted of attempted murder of Americans in Afghanistan.
U.S. counterterrorism officials believe Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud died following a missile attack last month.
Three U.S. soldiers traveling with Pakistani security forces were killed Wednesday in a roadside bomb blast in northwest Pakistan, officials said.
Iran successfully launched a rocket on Wednesday carrying a mouse, turtle and worms into space for research purposes.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad proposed swapping three American hikers being held in Tehran for Iranians in U.S. prisons.
A bomb shook the opening ceremony at a Pakistani girls school, killing at least seven and wounding 70 others on Wednesday.
Ten American Baptist missionaries from Idaho are still waiting for a Haitian judge to decide whether they will be charged with child trafficking.
Instead of making the trip to America, 33 Haitian children--many of them orphans-- remain on their island, fearful and uncertain about their future.
A female suicide bomber detonated her explosives inside a way station for Shiite pilgrims Monday, killing 54 people.
Hundreds gathered Monday at a gravel pit where the bodies of countless earthquake victims were dumped.
The U.S. military will resume flying Haitian earthquake victims to the United States for medical treatment.
The Malaysian government has charged three Muslim men with firebombing a church.
Haiti could soon face an outbreak of diseases due to the lack of enough shelter and bathroom facilities.
Pakistani forces killed 15 Taliban terrorists following an attack on a military post and convoy in the northwest region.