September 2010 Headlines
Many gypsies in Europe face a life of poverty and deprivation. But for gypsies in Romania, a revival has led to a relationship with God and hope for the future.
In this week's sepcial episode, CBN News examines the Muslim Brotherhood -- a group committed to jihad, sharia law and establishing Islamic domination in the U.S.
In their 30 years as volunteers for a medical mission in the Philippines, Grace Pingoy and her husband discovered the need for wheelchairs for their patients.
Though not a widespread phenomenon, the neo-Nazi movement continues to exist in small pockets across Germany.
Tensions are escalating between Pakistan and the United States after Pakistan blocked a vital supply route for U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan
A Pakistani intelligence official says eight Germans and two British brothers are behind a recent terror plot against European cities.
Evangelicals from around the world will be gathering in Cape Town, South Africa from Oct. 16-25 for the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization.
Operation Blessing International is helping to fight the malaria and they're doing it with the help of a tiny fish from Mississippi.
Pictures of North Korea's heir apparent revealed a chubby-faced young man wearing a communist-style black suit and a sober expression.
Intelligence officials in several countries have intercepted a credible terror threat to carry out a series of major, coordinated series of commando style terror attacks.
Some missile strikes by unmanned U.S. drones in Pakistan were aimed at disrupting suspected terrorist plots aimed at Europe.
Hundreds of people are feared dead in a rural Mexican community after a Tuesday morning landslide buried as many as 300 homes.
American and Iraqi mothers united over the weekend for the inaugural "Hugs for Healing" event to remember their loved ones lost to war and violence.
Thousands of U.S. and Afghan troops have launched a major combat offensive in the Kandahar region of Afghanistan.
Experts say the promotion is a sign that the son is slated to succeed his father as leader of the reclusive nation.
The House Human Rights Commission hosted a congressional hearing shining a spotlight on how China is ignoring the plight of North Korean refugees.
President Hugo Chavez was seeking to hold on to his dominant control of Venezuela's congress on Sunday in elections that put his popularity to a critical test.
The Central American nation of Honduras has finally started to rebuild its government after last year's political coup.
The French version of The 700 Club has become so popular with viewers that it is now going to be broadcast throughout Europe.
British officials are in contact with the family of a British aid worker abducted in Afghanistan.
According to a recent census there are 3,600 shoeshine boys in La Paz, the capital of Bolivia.
Relatives thronged an airport in southern Pakistan on Sunday to greet passengers whose flight from Canada was diverted to Sweden after a baseless report that a man aboard had explosives.
Britain's opposition Labour Party elected Ed Miliband as its new leader after a brother-versus-brother battle to replace ex-prime minister Gordon Brown.
Iran's nuclear agency is trying to combat a complex computer worm that has affected industrial sites and is capable of taking over power plants
The European Union's anti-piracy force says Somali pirates have hijacked a cargo ship carrying steel bars and wires off the coast of Somalia.
Canadian police are investigating whether a phoned-in hoax caused a Pakistani jet to be diverted for several hours for fear that one of its passengers was carrying explosives.
Recently, evangelist Danette Crawford and her 'Joy Ministries' visited the largest university in Bolivia to bring the gospel to 70,000 students.
A group of pro-Israel leaders are pressing the U.N. to indict Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadenijad for incitement to genocide over his frequent calls for Israel's destruction.
The vast majority of the resources from the U.S. church are going to short-term missions, meaning many long-term missionaries have less to work with every year.
Pakistan's prime minister called a female scientist convicted of trying to kill U.S. interrogators in Afghanistan "the daughter of the nation" on Friday.
The Vatican has declared Pope Benedict XVI's visit to the United Kingdom a great success.
Wayne Elsey, founder of Soles4Souls, works to help those who are struggling in the U.S. and around the world.
President Obama is calling on the world to unite around the Israeli-Palestinian peace process in his speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Thursday.
Thursday, workers continued to protest President Nicolas Sarkozy's plan to raise the retirement age to 62.
A bomb exploded at a military parade in Iran, Wednesday, killing 12 spectators and injuring 75 others.
Paris Hilton was denied entrance into Japan on Wednesday, two days after she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor drug charge in Las Vegas.
Author Mitchell Bard says for decades, Saudi Arabia and other Arab governments have been quietly manipulating American foreign policy in the Middle East.
World leaders have gathered at the United Nations in New York City this week to tackle the problem of global poverty.
Nine NATO service members with died Tuesday after their helicopter crashed in southern Afghanistan.
Six men accused of planning an attack on the Pope have been released and will not face any charges.
An international Muslim group is pushing for a controversial resolution in the United Nations after a Florida pastor threatened to burn Korans.
A burglar in Malaysia broke into a house to steal jewelry, but then fell asleep on the homeowner's couch.
Igor weakened to a category one hurricane just before it hit Bermuda. It was strong enough to knock out power to two-thirds of the island.
During a news conference Sunday, Sarah Shourd said the three had been hiking in a popular tourist area - near a waterfall in Iraq's Kurdistan region - and had no idea the border was nearby.
Afghan election observers said they had serious concerns about the legitimacy of this weekend's parliamentary balloting as officials began Sunday to tally the results.
British police arrested five street cleaners in a Friday pre-dawn raid over suspicions they were plotting an attack against Pope Benedict XVI.
The Christian Broadcasting Network's ministry Orphan's Promise has started "Vidya Jyothi," a literacy program in India.
A Zimbabwean court freed four Americans, on bail, accused of treating AIDS patients without proper medical licenses.
Pope Benedict XVI told reporters the church did not act quickly or forcefully enough against priests who sexually abused children.
The U.S., Britain and France expressed growing concern Wednesday over Iran's nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles programs.
Outgoing BP CEO Tony Hayward comes under scrutiny from British lawmakers Wednesday over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
An American hiker held for more than a year on charges of spying has been reunited with her mother in Muscat, Oman, after being freed by Iranian authorities.
Burqa's are closer to being banned in France after the Senate there voted overwhelmingly to outlaw the face-covering veils worn by Muslim women.
Protests against Koran burnings that never happened turned deadly in the streets of Afghanistan.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is home to some of the most valuable minerals in the world, yet its economy remains one of the poorest.
Many churches and ministries are using technology to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the Secretary General of NATO says Europe needs a new missile defense shield to protect itself against an Iranian nuclear threat.
Attackers stabbed a Christian on his way to church in Indonesia and beat a female minister in the head with a wooden plank after she tried to help him.
Zimbabwe authorities arrested six Christians on Friday, who were working as a part of a medical mission in the African nation.
One of three American hikers held in Iran could be released as early as Monday. However, Iranian internal political struggles and a $500,000 bail are threatening the effort. .
After postponing the move, a senior Iranian prosecutor said Sunday that authorities will release a jailed American woman on $500,000 bail because of health problems.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is shepherding Mideast talks this week that she says may be the last chance for peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
Despite the obstacles, the Gedz's took on the challenge because they felt God was calling them to practically share Christ's love with the children.
The risk of a terrorist attack on French soil has never been higher, the head of the country's counterespionage agency said in an interview.
Devastating floods in North Korea are forcing the government there to turn to Christian agencies for help.
Iranian officials said they will release one of the three American hikers captured more than a year ago to mark the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
More than 400 Ukrainian orphans have been attending special summer camps sponsored by CBN's Orphan's Promise ministry-- and many are coming to know God.
Russian authorities are investigating a deadly blast in Vladikavkaz, one of the few provinces in Russia that has a majority orthodox Christian population.
Cuban leader Fidel Castro says communism isn't working in his Caribbean island nation and the state-dominated system is in need of change.
Operation Blessing International
is providing wheelchairs to Haitians who were victims of the devastating earthquake that struck the island nation last January.
Burning Korans and criticizing religions is still protected speech in America. However, in Europe, speaking out against Islam can lead to a jail sentence.
On this week's edition, CBN News examines one of the most pressing issues for the 2010 and 2012 elections -- where do the candidates stand on Islamic sharia law?
Many French workers walked off the job Tuesday to protest government plans to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62.
It is hard to control a hungry crowd. Men, women and children all pushing each other to get a meal.
Flooding in southern Mexico has forced tens of thousands of people from their homes.
More than a million workers in France, walked off the job Tuesday to protest government plans to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62.
Hopes of rescuing people buried beneath landslides in Guatemala have begun to fade.
The volcano in Indonesia continued to erupt Tuesday morning, shooting ash three miles into the air and covering villages up to 15 miles away.
Marie Olive Kabila, one of the youngest First Ladies in Africa, is using her belief in God to bring spiritual change to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Most flood victims may not have had all the luxuries, but they did have a roof over their heads. Imagine the moment when all that was taken away.
A sharp series of about 20 aftershocks rattled New Zealand's earthquake-hit city of Christchurch overnight.
Read first-hand accounts of Operation Blessing's Kumar Periasamy as the Christian charity works to provide aid to flood victims in the Muslim nation of Pakistan.
In India, the Christian Broadcasting Network is spreading the Gospel through free movies.
Heavy rains on Sunday afternoon caused rescue workers to suspend the search for survivors of massive landslides in Guatemala.
Suicide bomber kills at least 17, wounds 40 in northwest Pakistan on Monday.
Worries about spying by the U.S. and Israel spurred plans to sharply limit BlackBerry services in the United Arab Emirates.
Déborah Rosenkranz is a popular German worship artist. She also serves as an ambassador for CBN'S Outreach "Orphan's Promise."
Chimneys and walls crumbled to the ground, roads cracked in half and residents were knocked off their feet as a powerful magnitude-7.1 earthquake rocked New Zealand's South Island early Saturday.
The Cuban government sends doctors all over the world to provide free medical care. These doctors help prop up the Castro regime back home.
An explosion at a Shiite protest in Quetta, Pakistan, killed more than 40 people Friday.
Mohammed had a look of sadness on his face. Every time I asked him a question he would answer me with a sentence, without any emotions.
Estimates for material losses from the flooding in Pakistan have risen to more than $40 billion.
The charity aid organization Operation Blessing International is providing much needed water for families displaced by the recent floods in Pakistan.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates traveled to Afghanistan to meet with U.S. troops in Kandahar province. He also sent out a strong warning to the Taliban.
The two Yemeni men suspected of rehearsing a terror attack are now free without charges.
It's 6:30 a.m. in the morning. The only ones left in the camp were children in their teens and younger who took care of their siblings. One such young girl was Begum.
The Pakistani Taliban is now on the international terrorism blacklist as the U.S. launches a broad legal offensive against the group.
Despite Pakistan's devastating floods, Islamic terrorists are back in business, murdering civilians.
Jonathan Schanzer, vice president of The Foundation for Defense of Democracies, addressed that question and more on CBN Newschannel Midday News.
This morning as I was leaving the camp, the leader said, "These are our children, and they will be ours." I was asking myself, why did he say that?
Six more American troops were killed in Afghanistan, ending August with a spike that has claimed 19 U.S. service members in only four days.