October 2010 Headlines
CBN News interviews two members of the British House of Lords who are fighting back against the Islamization of Great Britain.
Powerful cartels have made a fortune in the drug trade along the U.S.-Mexico border. Now, rogue dictators and Islamic terrorist groups are following their example.
In the African nation of Uganda, one of the next generation of evangelists is impacting a new generation of Africans.
One of two powerful bombs mailed from Yemen to Chicago-area synagogues traveled on two passenger planes within the Middle East, a spokesman for Qatar Airways said Sunday.
A Korean American missionary who was held captive in North Korea says he suffered sexual abuse and other forms of torture at the hands of his jailors.
CBN News interviewed Chilean miner Jose Henriquez, the man some called "The Pastor," who helped his companions go from darkness into the light.
The car driven by the world's most famous secret agent has been auctioned off for charity.
With deaths from the cholera outbreak in Haiti having climbed above 300, health experts are warning the epidemic is far from over.
Mounting tensions may have caused an exchange of artillery fire on the border between North and South Korea.
The death toll in Indonesia continues to rise as a shortage of boats has hampered rescue efforts in the remote islands hardest hit by the tsunami earlier this week.
Health officials have traced the source of the outbreak to a small river in Babou La Port, located about 60 miles from the capital of Port-au-Prince.
The French government has increased security around Paris in response to a message from al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden threatening to kill French citizens.
Over 4,000 Christians from 198 countries reaffirmed their commitment to Biblical truths and spreading of the gospel message.
The massive tsunami in Indonesia has killed at least 350 people and rescuers fear the number will rise.
Turnout was noticeably weaker this time around - a sign that the French are losing their appetite for the kind of violence and confrontation seen last week.
Two volcanoes erupted Thursday on Russia's far-eastern Kamchatka Peninsula, tossing massive ash clouds miles into the air.
Somalia mujahedeen executed two teenage girls on Wednesday on charges of spying for the government.
A Saudi Prince is asking the imam behind the proposed mosque near Ground Zero to move the construction elsewhere.
The 33 Chilean miners rescued after being trapped underground for more than two months were honored in a ceremony at the presidential palace this week.
Experts have said the recent price hike is because of crop shortages due to widespread droughts and floods.
Syria's president has accused the United States of sowing chaos overseas, snubbing Washington's efforts to improve ties with Damascus.
Rescuers in Indonesia are searching for the dead and injured after two devastating natural disasters in the country.
Many are doubting President Barack Obama's July 2011 deadline for pulling U.S. troops out of Afghanistan, including former Marine chief Gen. James Conway.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai says his government receives up to $1 million a year from Iran, and Washington has also given his country cash because his office lacks funds.
Health workers in Haiti say it looks like emergency prevention efforts may be paying off.
A 7.7 magnitude earthquake triggered a 10-foot high wave, washing away hundreds of homes in two villages.
After years of stops and starts, Iran began loading fuel into the core of its first nuclear power plant near Bushehr on Tuesday.
Sources say the execution of a Christian pastor in Iran for "thought crimes" has been temporarily delayed.
The Christian Broadcasting Network's WorldReach ministry in Thailand is taking steps to reach a larger non-Christian audience.
Hurricane Richard slammed into Belize's Caribbean coast just south of its largest city late Sunday.
Somali pirates seized a German freight ship off the coast of Kenya on Sunday.
A Christian pastor in Iran is scheduled to be put to death this weekend.
An outbreak of cholera has spread outside a rural valley in central Haiti, intensifying worries the disease could reach squalid tarp camps in the capital.
Leaked military documents suggest that far more Iraqis died than previously acknowledged during the American-led invasion in 2003.
Gunmen killed 13 young people and injured 20 others in the Mexican border town of Ciudad Juarez on Friday night.
Computer hackers denied thousands of Christians the opportunity to take part in the Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization in Cape Town, South Africa, this week.
CBN's Operation Blessing International is working to disinfect drinking water in Haiti after fears of a possible cholera outbreak.
Author Joel Rosenberg's new novel centers around Iranian eschatology and how it ties in with Muslim regime's nuclear ambitions.
A court in the Netherlands has ordered a retrial in the hate speech case of Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders.
Operation Blessing International is working closely with the Filipino government, armed forces and local churches to help meet peoples needs.
Britain is slashing 81 billion pounds to reduce the country's crippling deficit. The move is a reminder that the U.S. faces a similar tough decision in the near future.
Global finance mandarins have another chance to defuse international currency tensions over exchange rates.
The congress has taken place only three times in 36 years. But the gathering could impact the future of world evangelism for decades to come.
The chancellor has long been skeptical of Germany's attempts to build a multicultural society that includes its estimated 5 million Muslims.
France remains paralyzed after days of nationwide labor strikes.
Bank bailouts and welfare spending have forced the British government to call for the deepest cuts in public spending since World War II.
Residents scrambled to stockpile food and authorities ordered ships to remain docked as southern China geared up Wednesday for a super typhoon.
At least 51 people, including several political activists, have been killed and dozens more wounded since Saturday in Karachi.
Islamic insurgents in Russia's volatile Chechnya region stormed the parliament building, Tuesday, killing six people and injuring more than a dozen others.
Typhoon Megi has left 13 people dead in the Philippines.
Tuesday marked the sixth day of national protests involving teachers, nurses, air traffic controllers, and workers at oil refineries.
The Russian Army will soon be cutting costs with an old trick used by the Allies in England to fool the German military during World War II.
Mexican security forces seized at least 105 tons of U.S.-bound marijuana in the border city of Tijuana on Monday.
The chance of survival for 11 miners trapped underground in China is fading.
Thousands of Christians are attending the Cape Town meeting to discussing how to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.
Several of the rescued Chilean miners came together to celebrate a Catholic mass in thanks for their rescue.
The website 1musicbox.com has now become the largest online collection of Christian songs in the Chinese language.
Saudi intelligence services have warned of a new terror threat from al Qaeda against Europe, particularly the country of France.
Super typhoon Megi slammed into the northern Philippines this weekend.
Iran set free an American businessman jailed in Tehran for more than two years on suspicion on ties to an allegedly violent opposition group,
A group of Christians across Ukraine are overcoming their own personal challenges to coordinate vital support to needy families across the Asian country.
Actor George Clooney spoke to CBN News about why he fears Sudan could return to a civil war if a peace agreement is not reached soon.
Diesel and jet fuel supplies were running low in parts of France as workers took to the streets for another nationwide protest against a plan to raise the retirement age to 62.
Thousands of Africans will gather in Washington, D.C., this weekend to pray for revival in the United States.
Prosecutors in the hate speech trial of Dutch politician Geert Wilders have asked the court to acquit him of all charges.
A top Afghan official says he is convinced the Taliban is ready to start peace talks and move toward a non-military resolution of the war.
Government security police in China have stopped 200 Christians from leaving the country to attend a worldwide evangelism event in Africa.
Ahmadinejad spent two days in Lebanon, rallying the Iranian-backed terror group Hezbollah and even coming within a stone's throw of the Israeli border.
Operation Blessing International has been providing relief to those hardest hit by flooding in the city of Veracruz.
The miners new lives above ground include a host of media requests for interviews. Some of the men are definitely trying to avoid the spotlight.
All 33 miners agree it was their faith that kept them safe and sound during the 69 days in the depths of the earth.
The Chinese government denied 200 Chinese Christians permission to travel to a major evangelical gathering in South Africa that they were scheduled to participate in.
A leading Muslim cleric in the United Kingdom said that it is "clearly" impossible for men to rape their wives, and it should not be considered a crime.
Pakistani police are investigating a plot to kill the Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in a gun and suicide bomb attack at his house.
The terror threat in Europe is still at a high enough level for the United States to keep a travel advisory in place for Americans traveling there.
Numerous labor strikes against French President Nicolas Sarkozy's pension reform continue for a third day in France.
An epic drama came to an end late Wednesday night when the last of the 33 trapped Chilean miners emerged from their captivity.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was greeted like a rock star Wednesday in Lebanon. He's in the country to show his support for Hezbollah.
The storm roared off the resort town of Cancun, Mexico on Wednesday without any reported major damage before it was expected to veer northeast toward the island nation of Cuba.
The nation of Chile began celebrating Wednesday with families sharing hugs, cheers, and tears as rescuers began pulling the 33 trapped miners to freedom.
More than 40 people are dead after a train and a bus collision in eastern Ukraine.
The men, who have miraculously survived underground for more than two months, will be pulled up one at a time in a small rescue capsule.
The proposal by the Italian government would amend a 1975 law, which was introduced amid fears of home-grown terrorism.
A Chinese pianist who lost both of his arms during his childhood wowed a packed audience at Shanghai Stadium with his inspiring performance on the television show "China's Got Talent."
Paula formed Monday off the coast of Honduras and quickly intensified into a hurricane early Tuesday, the National Hurricane Center in Miami said.
A new survey reveals that many of the world's missionaries have gone high tech, staying connected like never before with the home front.
French workers have hit the picket line, refusing to go to work and have shut down many services across the country.
Prison authorities have started giving Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo better food, the dissident's wife said Tuesday.
China met with Asian neighbors, the U.S. and other countries on Beijing's attempts to assert more control over disputed territory on the high seas.
Callixte Mbarushimana, former United Nations employee and leader of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda, has been arrested for war crimes.
The 33 Chilean miners who have been trapped underground for more than two months could be freed within days.
Kim Jong Un sat next to his father on an observatory platform at Kim Il Sung, confirming his status as heir to the communist regime.
Authorities have arrested the director of the company responsible for the flood of red toxic sludge in Hungary, as another person was found dead from the waste.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai confirmed that clandestine meetings with Taliban leaders have been taking place "for quite some time."
An imprisoned Chinese human rights activist was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, upsetting China's leaders who see his work as encouragement for the dissident community.
Torrential rains lasting more than a week have caused the worst flooding in southern China in almost half a century.
France's Constitutional Council had decided that Muslim women will no longer be allowed to wear a burqa or face-covering veil in public.
Experts say the toxic sludge flood that is currently devastating Hungary could potentially happen in the U.S.
The war in Afghanistan reached the 10-year mark on Thursday, but it was no ordinary anniversary.
Watch part two of CBN News' special analysis on the Muslim Brotherhood, its threat to America and how the U.S. should respond.
CBN News sits down with the former president of Spain, Jose Maria Aznar. He says he's had enough of the "blame Israel first" crowd and has started an initiative to fight back.
The Afghan government says it's engaging in periodic, discreet contacts with the Taliban in an effort to bring peace to the region.
Flooding and repeated mudslides in Asia have killed more than 100 people.
Pakistani officials say eight German terrorists were killed in a U.S. missile strike in the rugged mountain border area of northwest Pakistan.
One million cubic meters of the toxic waste engulfed several towns on Monday after a massive sludge reservoir burst its banks .
A gunman killed a driver and torched more than a dozen tankers carrying fuel to NATO troops in Afghanistan on Wednesday.
Britain's wartime leader hit the music charts last week at number four with "Reach for the Skies," a track of two of his most famous speeches with music in the background.
Internet Eyes, a company based in London, England, is paying private British citizens to monitor surveillance cameras from their homes.
The British government has recognized Druidry as an official religion after a four-year legal battle.
Children in Haiti returned to school Monday for the first time since a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the island nation in January.
Chile's president said Monday that his government is "very close" to pulling 33 trapped miners to safety.
Japan issued a travel alert on Monday, joining the United States and Britain in warning of a possible terrorist attack by al Qaeda in Europe.
The Pakistani Taliban continues to target NATO fuel trucks that support U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Libya released a South Korean Christian pastor and a businessman on Sunday, who had been accused of proselytizing in the Muslim country.
Cuba's government has fired thousands of state workers a part of a plan to reform the Cuban economy to allow for more private enterprise.
Almost 23,000 people have been led to Christ since CBN's Ukraine office started its concert department in 1998.
Underground workers in London, England were on strike again Monday, shutting down all of the lines of the London subway.
Geert Wilders, a politician in the Netherlands, finally has his day in court. His trial began Monday for alleged hate speech against Islam.
Osama bin Laden released a tape Friday criticizing the Pakistani government's handling of getting aid to flood victims in the country.
For more than half a century, one of the world's largest mission groups has produced an inspirational family of missionaries around the world.
Two suspected American missile strikes killed 16 alleged militants in a northwestern Pakistani tribal region Saturday.
Heavy rain for the last several weeks has led to mudslides throughout southern Mexico. The death toll currently stands at 32.
There was chaos in the streets of Quito, Ecuador on Thursday after the country's police turned on their own president.
Suspected militants in southern Pakistan set ablaze more than two dozen tankers carrying fuel for foreign troops in Afghanistan on Friday.