April 2010 Headlines
A Muslim leader in the United Kingdom has come to the defense of Christians facing attacks in the country.
A young girl's battle against AIDS is making waves across the continent of Africa, where millions have lost their life to the disease.
Amber and Terrill Schrock are part of an ambitious mission by Wycliffe Bible Translators to translate the gospel into hundreds of remaining languages.
The Turks are exercising their influence through immigration and mosque building in Vienna and other Austrian cities and towns.
Dozens of volunteers are building thousands of new houses for Haitians left homeless by January's massive earthquake.
European leaders have agreed to help the debt-ridden Greek government with a $145 billion bailout. Even so the crisis is far from over.
Explorers in Turkey claim they have discovered the wreckage of history's most famous ship. But it's not the first time claims like this have been made.
The U.S. military is expected to begin a major offensive in the country to turn the tide on the Taliban insurgency before the U.S. begins drawing down its troops.
Belgium is one step closer to banning Muslim women from wearing the Islamic veil known as the burqa.
Operation Blessing International and Christian churches have been responding to meet the needs of thousands of people who lost their homes to a huge fire in Philippines.
China witnessed another disturbing school attack, Friday-- this time involving a kindergarten class.
Polls show Brown running third after Thursday's final debate. With the country's sky-high deficits, the electorate is not in a good mood.
Many groups and individuals have come to Talamanca to help the people meet their tremendous needs.
A U.S. government commission has turned the spotlight on countries that restrict religious freedom.
Hundreds of families living in a garbage dump in Egypt are getting help from a Christian charity.
Terrorist attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan are increasing, meaning more civilian casualties.
Chinese and Turkish evangelicals said they found wooden remains of a huge ship on the slopes of Mount Ararat in Turkey.
As the Republic of the Philippines prepares for its national elections in May, the country's churches hosted a prayer rally that also served as a presidential forum.
There was a bizarre scene during a parliamentary vote in the Ukraine on Tuesday.
A group with fascist, anti-semitic and anti-Gypsy views has gained political prominence in Hungary for the first time since the end of World War II.
An Iraqi boy had an emotional reunion with his mother, Tuesday, after spending a year in the United States for a series of surgeries.
In recent years, the DEA has expanded its mission to tracking drugs to their source - a strategy which puts them at the center of the War on Terror.
A Haitian judge dismissed kidnapping charges against 10 American missionaries detained for trying to take children out of the country.
Drug gangs are raiding small border towns near the United States' southwest borders and have even burned down a church.
Many believed the murders would stop the gospel in the Muslim nation. But a small, vibrant Christian community has worked to ensure that doesn't happen.
Christian human rights activists are shining the spotlight on North Korea to bring attention to the country's human rights abuses.
The bombings targeted Shiite Muslim worshipers and the largest attack hit a religious site where hundreds gathered for prayer.
Flights took off on schedule Thursday across most of Europe where travelers and airlines came to a standstill due to volcanic activity.
Indonesia is the world's largest Muslim nation with 215 million adherents, but a new census shows that 10 percent of Indonesians are now Christian.
The growing phenomenon may soon spread beyond the Middle East to the rest of the world.
Operation Blessing International is still helping Haitians recover from the devastating earthquake that hit the island nation in January.
Two of three American hikers jailed in Iran for nearly nine months are in poor health.
Authorities suspect Taliban terrorists brutally murdered four men in northwest Pakistan accused of spying for the United States.
France and Belgium are seeking to ban Islamic veils that cover the face and lawmakers say the move will help preserve European culture.
Airliners were gradually returning to the skies over Europe Wednesday, but analysts say it will take a while to clear the backlog and get travelers home again.
Two North Koreans are in custody in South Korea after being accused of posing as refugees and plotting to kill the highest ranking North Korean official ever to defect to Seoul.
Rescuers have pulled three survivors to safety, five days after a 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck Yushu county in China's Qinghai Province.
U.S. and Iraqi forces killed Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi in a nighttime rocket attack over the weekend.
Iran could soon be capable of hitting the U.S. with a long range missle and could have such a weapon by 2015, according to a report by the Defense Department.
Airspace is gradually reopening throughout northern and central Europe, but stronger eruptions from the Icelandic volcano are threatening to unravel those plans.
Despite previous reports, a judge in Haiti says he is still weighing the case against the 10 American missionaries accused of kidnapping a busload of children.
Britain sent Royal Navy warships on Monday to rescue those stranded across the Channel by the volcanic ash cloud.
It's the longest delay in air traffic since World War II and matters could get worse as there are reports a second volcano may erupt.
A 5.7-magnitude earthquake killed seven and injured more than 70 people in northern Afghanistan early Monday morning.
Pope Benedict XVI met and prayed Sunday with a group of victims who were sexually abused by pedophile priests in the Catholic nation of Malta.
Tens of thousands of Poles bade farewell to President Lech Kaczynski on Sunday at a state funeral filled with pomp, pride and an outpouring of patriotism.
Political protests in Thailand show no sign of ending, despite a brief lull for a national holiday.
The Icelandic volcano that has kept much of Europe land-bound is far from finished spitting out its grit, and offered up new mini-eruptions Saturday that raise concerns about longer-term damage .
Sergey Rakhuba of Russian Ministries talks about how the Church is reacting.
Iran could now possess enough uranium to build a nuclear bomb within the year, according to two top Pentagon officials.
In spite of limitations under the Castro government, they're committed to continue planting new churches.
Some 100,000 Poles filled Warsaw's biggest public square Saturday, joining together for a memorial and funeral Mass for the 96 people killed in a plane crash a week earlier.
A Tennessee woman is being investigated for child neglect after sending her adopted son back to his native country of Russia alone.
Two young women who converted from Islam to Christianity will soon face an Iranian court.
Leaders of the Church of England have accused Britain's judges of being prejudiced against Christians and Christianity.
A volcanic eruption in Iceland is continuing to disrupt air traffic around the world Friday, leaving an ever-widening trail of grounded flights.
A lawyer for three American missionaries, said the Haitian government has dropped kidnapping charges against nine of 10 Americans arrested in January.
A plot to fly planes into religious shrines in Iraq has been foiled.
Members of the international press community are complaining about restricted access to President Barack Obama during this week's nuclear summit.
An erupting volcano in Iceland is disrupting air traffic across the U.K. and northern Europe on Thursday, leaving tens of thousands of passengers stranded.
Russian officials say an agreement is needed if Americans want to continue adopting children from their country. But is it a good idea?
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary president Phil Roberts just returned from Poland and says people in the Catholic country are turning to their faith.
At least 400 people are dead in China after a series of earthquakes struck the western part of the country.
The Vatican has made it clear that bishops and other Catholic Church officials must now report any allegations of sexual abuse to the police or other proper authorities.
Abu Sayyaf militants attacked targets on the southern Philippine island of Basilan on Tuesday.
Peace with Israel has paid big dividends for Jordanian industries and exports.
Russian investigators suggested pilot error may have played a role in the plane crash that killed the president of Poland on Saturday.
Hungary's center-right party reclaimed the right to govern on Sunday, handing the ruling socialists a humiliating defeat.
Thai soldiers and police fought Saturday night with anti-government demonstrators in streets enveloped in tear gas, but troops later retreated.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai urged Taliban insurgents on Sunday to lay down their arms and air their grievances.
The stalemate has left Kyrgyzstan's near-term stability in doubt, a strategic worry for the West because of the U.S. air base in Kyrgyzstan.
Former Muslim rebels are veering away from violence as they discover Jesus and experience his peace and miracles.
Thousands of people stood silent in the streets to mourn President Lech Kaczynski and the dozens of Polish leaders killed in a Russian plane crash.
As millions of Christians around the world gathered in churches to celebrate Easter, one Hungarian congregation took the message to its town square.
Operation Blessing International has been helping the villagers living in Junin, Peru by keeping them warm with clothes and boots.
The Afghan government assures it's committed to defeating the Taliban, despite reports that President Hamid Karzai was upset over reform efforts by the U.S.
An American Christian has been sentenced to eight years of hard labor in North Korea for entering the country illegally and committing "hostile acts."
Mudslides in Rio de Janeiro have wiped out neighborhoods and buried people alive.
Iran's top general is threatening to strike American troops in the Middle East if threatened militarily.
President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed a landmark treaty to reduce both countries' nuclear arsenals.
The Taliban have released a video of A U.S. soldier who's been held prisoner by the militant group since last June.
Kyrgyzstan's president fled the capital city of Bishkek on Wednesday, after violent protests by opposition forces overthrew the government.
The debate over Islamic garments is landing in the French Parliament.
Torrential downpours causing flooding and mudslides have killed at least 95 people in Rio de Janeiro, with the death toll expected to rise.
Wednesday's quake is the latest in a series of significant global tremors since the beginning of 2010.
Terrorists set off a series of bombs in Iraq Tuesday, killing at least 50 and wounding 160 others.
At least five bombs ripped through apartment buildings across Baghdad Tuesday and another struck a market, killing 49 people and wounding more than 160.
Muslim terrorists have been blamed for Monday's attack on the U.S. consulate in Pakistan.
A gritty war video apparently showing U.S. troops firing on a group of civilians in Iraq has been leaked on the Internet.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai threatened over the weekend to quit the political process and join the Taliban.
Pope Benedict greeted pilgrims and delivered a prayer from his retreat, but made no mention of the sex abuse scandal rocking the Catholic Church.
More than 100 miners were miraculously rescued in China, Monday, after being trapped underground for eight days.
The leader of the Church of England is urging Christians not to over react to recent wrangling over wearing crosses in the workplace.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says some of the world's largest economies have agreed to a global tax on banks.
Three back-to-back suicide bombings killed at least 38 people in central Baghdad on Sunday morning.
Gunmen wearing Iraqi military uniforms raided homes in a Sunni village south of Baghdad, killing 25 people, including five women, execution-style.
Thousands of anti-government protesters occupied the commercial heart of Thailand's capital, forcing the closure of major shopping malls.
It's been a rough Holy Week for Pope Benedict XVI as he faces serious allegations about sex abuse and the Catholic Church -- but he has supporters.
Six suspected al Qaeda leaders are dead or in jail, following a joint mission by U.S. and Iraqi troops.
Operation Blessing International opened one of the first schools at Camp Dadadou, one of the many tent cities in Haiti.
The Obama administration called China's decision to attend a summit on nuclear security later this month in Washington 'an important step.'
The fate of Wallenberg, who was arrested in Budapest in January 1945 by the Soviet army, has remained one of the great mysteries of World War II.
The Belgium parliament has voted to ban Muslim women from wearing burqas in public.
China invited Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili, to Beijing for discussions on the country's nuclear program.
A Chechen Islamic leader claimed responsibility for the deadly attacks on the Moscow subway in an Internet message posted Wednesday.
Dozens of gunmen mounted rare and apparently coordinated attacks targeting two army garrisons in northern Mexico.