March 2010 Headlines
Al Qaeda is obsessed with destroying the U.S. And according to one former colleague of Osama bin Laden, they don't care how many innocents are killed.
It sounds like Nazi Germany -- families fear a loud knock on their door, police burst in, and take away their children. But It's not Nazi Germany. It's today's Germany.
The new film, "The Forgotten People," documents the parallels between Nazism and radical Islam and why Christians must take a stand.
Search teams say they will not be able to reach the last of the missing miners in China, despite a miraculous rescue Monday.
A leading Muslim radical says Islamic teachings are what shaped his pro-jihad message.
Two Egyptian teenage brothers filed a legal challenge to retain their Christian identity after government designated them as Muslims.
U.S. forces in Afghanistan are preparing for a major offensive on Kandahar -- the Taliban's spiritual heartland.
The Obama administration is pledging a little over one billion dollars to rebuild Haiti.
A Brazilian couple has been fined for home schooling their children instead of enrolling them in the country's school system.
France could soon become the first European country to ban Muslim women from wearing the burqa.
Two suicide bombings on Wednesday morning have left at least 12 people dead in Russia.
There was a grisly discovery in Eastern China on Tuesday when the bodies of 21 babies were found in a river.
Tuesday is a day of national mourning in Russia, following Monday's double suicide bombing in the Moscow subway system.
Authorities say two female suicide bombers blew themselves up on the subway while it was packed with Monday morning rush-hour passengers.
President Barack Obama is arriving back in Washington Monday morning after a surprise trip to Afghanistan over the weekend.
This comes despite international demands for the Islamic Republic to open up its nuclear operations for inspection.
South Korean military divers are hoping to rescue survivors from a sunken naval patrol boat.
Pope Benedict XVI opened Holy Week on Sunday amid one of the most serious crises facing the church in decades.
A Christian ministry is recording key Bible stories in the sign language of every African country.
It's spring in Afghanistan, and for the Taliban that means it's time to harvest opium poppies.
A South Korean military ship sank, Friday, near its disputed boarder with North Korea.
Results in Iraq's parliamentary elections show Ayad Allawi edging out Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to form the country's next government.
Church leaders are worried they'll face prosecution for refusing to provide the services for same-sex couples.
Military divers have searched in vain for 46 marines missing since a South Korean ship exploded and sank near the tense maritime border with North Korea.
Austria has seen a large influx of Turkish Muslims in recent years and this growing influence isn't just limited to big cities.
Both nations will still have enough weapons to destroy the other, but Obama said that's not the goal.
Vietnamese pastors recently told evangelist Luis Palau that big changes are taking place in their country.
Operation Blessing International is helping a community of 1,500 people in Peru try to avoid disease from polluted water sources.
North Korea's military warned South Korea and the United States on Friday of 'unprecedented nuclear strikes.'
At least 21 Taliban fighters and five Pakistani soldiers were killed in pre-dawn gun battles near the Afghan border on Friday.
Osama Bin Laden is threatening to kill captured Americans in a new audio message released Thursday.
The Vatican said there have been no cover-ups in a growing scandal over pedophile priests, despite new allegations that leaders have ignored claims of abuse.
The quake was centered just west of Manila and shook buildings in the capital city for about 30 seconds.
A new law requires Muslim women in Quebec, Canada, to remove their head coverings while applying for government services in the province.
The Saudi Interior Ministry said the group had been preparing to launch terror attacks on oil installations.
Violence is increasing in southern Sudan as April elections approach, according to a U.N. official living there.
Food coupons for Nazi doctors at the Auschwitz death camp have been found in the attic of a nearby house, where they had lain unseen for decades.
Google's decision to stop censoring search engines based in China has upset country officials, who've enforced strict Internet regulations for years.
Israel's prime minister assured AIPAC conference attendees that Jerusalem neighborhoods would remain Jewish in any peace settlement.
A German court on Tuesday convicted an 88-year-old of murdering three Dutch civilians as part of a Nazi hit squad during World War II.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai held an unprecedented meeting Monday with representatives of a major Taliban-linked group.
Three decades have passed since the genocide. Many families of the victims have moved on with their lives. But in the eyes of the world, justice must still be served.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton vowed Monday that the Obama administration will not accept a nuclear armed Iran.
North Korea said Monday that it will put an American on trial for illegally entering the country from China.
The long-flailing French left made a big-time comeback Sunday, crushing Nicolas Sarkozy's conservatives in regional elections.
British Airways cabin crews walked off the job for a second day Sunday, upsetting travel plans for scores of customers.
Pope Benedict XVI on Sunday urged Catholics to refrain from judging sinners a day after he rebuked Irish bishops.
A U.N. spokesman says a small earthquake in northern Haiti has collapsed an apartment building and killed two people.
Christians in England feel their freedoms are being eroded bit by bit and the government's reaction to a Muslim girl's conversion to Christianity is one example.
A hospital in the United Kingdom may be the first medical facility to treat young people addicted to technology.
The iconic sculpture was voted one of the seven modern wonders of the world in 2007.
Chinese officials are heading to Washington, D.C. to defend accusations that China is a currency manipulator.
Muslims firebombed Christian homes and attacked a Coptic community center this weekend, leaving more than 20 people injured.
Pakistan's recent arrests of top Taliban leaders have halted the United Nation's secret talks with the group.
The war in Afghanistan has continued for more than eight years. Still, in the middle of the fighting, there are signs of hope.
A pastor in Morrocco says Christians were surprised by the government's recent actions against them and an orphanage operated by a ministry.
As a boy, Mosab Yousef was groomed to be a Hamas "prince." He tells CBN News about his journey out of a culture of terror to total freedom in Christ.
Arab leaders are increasingly leary that President Barack Obama will back their agenda in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
Terrorism charges have been filed against five young American Muslims arrested in Pakistan.
U.S. and Israeli officials are working hard to ease tensions between the two countries.
Much of the world is turning green Wednesday for St. Patrick's Day, the annual celebration of all hues of Irishness.
Suspected U.S. drones targeted two vehicles in northwest Pakistan, killing at least nine terrorists, according to officials.
During the past 65 years, the UN has issued more declarations against Israel than all other member nations combined.
The international community is condemning Myanmar's leaders for an oppressive new election law.
The Afghan government was holding secret talks with the Taliban's second in command when he was captured in Pakistan.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Iran has failed to agree to "constructive offers" put forth by nations negotiating with Tehran.
An American woman and three others arrested in Ireland over an alleged plot to assassinate Swedish artist Lars Vilks have been freed without charge.
In a symbolic gesture, Egyptian authorities cancelled the official inauguration of Cairo's Ben Maimon Synagogue on Sunday.
Gunmen killed a U.S. consulate employee and her husband as they drove in this violent border city with their baby in the back seat.
Chile is still hurting from the powerful earthquake that killed hundreds and destroyed thousands of buildings late last month.
A suicide squad detonated bombs at a newly fortified prison, police headquarters and two other locations killing at least 30 people
A U.N. meeting to assess progress in advancing the fight for women's equality had a dramatically different slant than a similar session held five years ago.
Afghanistan's president has agreed to reverse an earlier decision and allow foreigners on a commission monitoring upcoming parliamentary elections.
Many economists estimate China artificially undervalues its currency by as much as 40 percent, allowing them to produce low-cost goods.
Baby Isaiah, the 4-month-old boy at the center of a controversial life-support case in Canada, died from natural causes, Thursday.
CBN's Operation Blessing International learned of one woman's difficult situation in Zacapa, Guatemala and was able to build a new sturdy home for her.
Nigerian Christians are asking their government to protect them as violence continues, while the U.S. and human rights activists call on the country to investigate recent deadly attacks on Christian villages.
A local land official in Linfen, China recently announced that a mega-church serving 50,000 Christians is to be torn down by the government.
A terror cell bombed the World Vision offices in northwest Pakistan, Wednesday, killing six staff members.
Strong aftershocks shook Chile during the inauguration ceremony of newly elected Presiden Sebastian Pinera.
Pakistan's navy successfully test-fired a series of missiles and torpedoes Friday.
One week after Turkey recalled its U.S. ambassador, Erdogan sent the Swedish ambassador packing over Sweden's recognition of the Armenian genocide.
The expelled Village of Hope workers are concerned that no one will care for the needs of their orphans, including one with cerebral palsy.
Bill Gates is no longer the world's richest man. Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim now holds the title.
British government's debit is growing as is the deficit and the currency is plummeting.
Less than two weeks after a massive earthquake hit the South American country of Chile, residents in one coastal town are trying to salvage what's left of their homes.
A diocese in Germany will investigate allegations of physical and sexual abuse that have swirled around a famed choir once led by Pope Benedict XVI's brother.
If you think taxes are high here in the U.S., London is about to impose the highest taxes of any financial capital in the world.
Doctors warn the government is putting some patients records on it without their consent.
A suicide bomber blew himself up in a U.S. military base in Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing two NATO service members.
Haiti President Rene Preval said Tuesday that his country needs more help with job creation and less donated food from the United States.
The British government is proposing a new law that would require microchips in dogs and pet owners to carry canine insurance.
Members of CBN's Operation Blessing International are on the scene to help the victims of the Chile earthquake get their lives back to normal.
Lawmakers in Holland could soon debate legalizing assisted suicide for the elderly.
Life is starting to return to normal in Chile, more than a week after the devastating 8.8-magnitude earthquake, as most students are returning to school.
North Korea's foreign ministry spokesman said on Tuesday her country is ready for either dialogue or war with the U.S.
The Iraqi prime minister's coalition and its main secular rival both claimed to be ahead in the vote count Monday.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates is in Afghanistan and he is praising the recent progress against the Taliban by American forces.
One of the last two remaining American missionaries detained in Haiti can now go home.
Vice President Joe Biden began the first leg of his five-day Middle East tour in Israel Monday.
Pakistani officials say they're holding an American member of al Qaeda, but not who they originally thought.
Monday's 6.0 temblor is the third significant earthquake in the last two months following the disasters in Haiti and Chile.
More than 200 people are dead in attacks on Christian villages in central Nigeria - the latest round of violence between Christians and Muslims.
China will keep supporting the U.S. dollar in the next few years, according to one of the country's top state bankers.
Thousands of Iraqis went to the polls Sunday, despite dozens of insurgent attacks meant to disrupt their national elections.
A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6 struck eastern Turkey on Monday.
Pakistani authorities said at least 11 people have been killed and 50 others injured in a massive suicide bombing in the city of Lahore.
The 2004 tsunami that killed 200,000 people may have faded from the public's memory. But one Christian humanitarian group is still busy at work in southern Thailand.
CBN's Operation Blessing and Humedica have teamed up to help the people of Chile's recover from the recent earthquake.
Iran launched a new production line of short-range, radar-evading cruise missiles, according to its state-run media.
At least 50 gunmen have been killed in battles between the Taliban and other Islamic groups in northeastern Afghanistan.
By mid-morning on Sunday, the death toll mounted to 19 as Iraqis headed toward polling stations.
The religious rights group Open Doors reports that 100 million Christians worldwide are persecuted in their own countries. But the European Union is taking steps to help.
A father's unanswered cry for his missing son rang out Saturday from the wreckage of an apartment building that has become a symbol of Chile's devastating earthquake.
A top Pakistani Taliban commander close to al-Qaeda is believed to have been killed in an army airstrike, officials said Saturday.
Iraqis will cast their votes Sunday in an important election that could be a turning point for democracy in that country.
With the help of its churches, an earthquake-torn Chile is now beginning the process of picking up the pieces of their tattered lives.
The Mexico City Legislature approved the law in December, but is now being challenged by the government in Mexico's Supreme Court.
Syria claims Israel was the source of suspicious uranium particles found at a Syrian desert complex.
The son of a Hamas terrorist leader is shaking up the Middle East with claims that he was an agent for Israel's secret service, the Shin Bet.
A set of freak waves smashed into a Mediterranean cruise ship travelling off the coast of Spain Wednesday killing two people and injuring a dozen others.
More than four days after a massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake hit Chile, powerful aftershocks continue to rock the country.
China has rejected a revised proposal for new sanctions against Iran called for by key Western nations.
A powerful 6.4-magnitude earthquake rocked southern Taiwan on Thursday.
Key Western powers have sent a revised proposal for new sanctions against Iran to Russia and China.
Six people were killed by a bomb as early voting began Thursday morning in Iraq's parliamentary election.
New video released Wednesday captures the moment last week's massive 8.8 magnitude earthquake hit Chile.
Dozens of U.S. veterans returned to the Japanese island of Iwo Jima Wednesday to mark the 65th anniversary of one of the fiercest battles of World War II.
Devastated villagers on Chile's coast are still waiting for relief to arrive.
The government is cracking down in Chile, imposing a curfew to stop looting in the ravaged South American country.
Hundreds of student protesters in Libya are joining Moammar Gadhafi's call for jihad against Switzerland.
The earthquake in Chile could mean higher produce prices in the U.S.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in earthquake-damaged Chile Tuesday, delivering much-needed satellite communication equipment and a technician.
Dubai police will deny entry to Israelis attempting to enter the country with a foreign passport by identifying them physically.
German activist Ernst Zundel was freed after serving five years in prison for denying the Holocaust ever happened.
Hundreds of Christians in Iraq took to the streets Sunday to protest the killings of Christians in the democratic country.
CBN News' Latin American affiliate, Mundo Christiano, submitted the following report on Chilean believers standing strong.
More than a million Chilean homes have been damaged or destroyed after Saturday's 8.8 earthquake. Now thousands of people are living on the street.
Canada capped the last day of the Vancouver Olympic Games with a dramatic finish -- an ice hockey victory against the U.S., and a grand closing ceremony.