November 2010 Headlines
Missionary Kevin Hoy went to Romania intending just to help for a short time. Twenty years later, his foundation is restoring laughter and dreams to Romania's children.
Researchers have discovered the most religious place on earth. It is here that Christianity is attracting followers in numbers not seen in more than 100 years.
Africans increasingly want to play a role in world affairs. Today across Africa, the power of "Ubuntu" is giving millions hope about the continent's future.
Malaysia presents itself as a model for Islamic moderation, yet many former Malay Muslims have said they are persecuted after finding Christ.
Former State Department official Roger Noriega and leading Iran expert Ilan Berman give exclusive evidence that Venezuela is providing heavy assistance to Iran.
Rivers of the World Ministries has brought Muslim students from South America and Christian students from Georgia together in a partnership that's building bridges.
Europe has long prided itself on its generous welfare system. But it's is now facing a grave financial crisis.
A Christian woman in Pakistan facing the death sentence for blasphemy cannot be pardoned until a court rules on her appeal, a judge in Lahore ruled Monday.
A 14.23 carat pink diamond was auctioned by Christie's International's in Hong Kong. The rectangular-cut gem, called "The Perfect Pink," sold for $23.2 million on Monday night.
The U.S. and two Asian allies agreed to talk in D.C. about North Korea's attack on a South Korean island and its nuclear weapons programs.
A man dressed as an Afghan police officer opened fire on NATO troops Monday, killing six Americans.
Rev. Franklin Graham has asked the U.S. government to airlift rehydration fluids to combat the epidemic.
A French chocolatier has created a 10-meter, 8,000-pound Christmas tree for true chocolate lovers to view.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has accused Israel and Western governments of being behind the killing.
EU governments have approved an euro85 billion ($113 billion) bailout deal for Ireland.
A U.S. supercarrier and South Korean destroyer took up position in the tense Yellow Sea on Sunday for joint military exercises that were a united show of force just days after a deadly North Korean artillery attack.
Operation Blessing International is bringing relief to people in the Caribbean island of St. Lucia after Hurricane Tomas hit three weeks ago.
North Korea accused South Korea of using civilians as human shields around artillery positions on an island attacked by the North.
A Christian couple who lost their hotel business after being tried for religious discrimination have now launched a non-profit community outreach program.
North Korea warned Friday that U.S.-South Korean plans for military maneuvers put the peninsula on the brink of war, and appeared to launch its own artillery drills.
Adienne Norce was near death when Operation Blessing visited Haiti. But her surprising courage moved the charity's staff to find her a life-saving help, free of charge.
South Korea has found the bodies of two civilians on the island of Yeonpyeong that North Korea attacked Tuesday, bringing the death toll to four.
A Catholic bishop who denied the Holocaust is facing expulsion from his order for hiring a lawyer linked to the neo-Nazi movement.
Military forces on the Korean Peninsula are on high alert after North Korea shelled a South Korean island early Tuesday.
Police say all 29 workers missing in a New Zealand coal mine are dead after a second explosion no one could have survived.
The glass dome of Germany's Reichstag parliament building that draws thousands of tourists each day has been closed indefinitely over concerns of a possible terrorist attack.
November is National Adoption Month, and in America three out of every five families are touched by adoption.
Prince William and his fiancée Kate Middleton will be married April 29 in the same church where Princess Diana's funeral took place.
Police in Iraq say gunmen killed two Christian brothers on Monday in the northern city of Mosul.
Speculation is growing in Pakistan that Asia Bibi may be pardoned soon by President Asif Ali Zardari.
Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen announced plans to dissolve the parliament next month and call for a general election in early next year.
A stampede during a Cambodian festival with millions of people in attendance left hundreds dead, the country's government said Monday.
Young people in the United Kingdom find Christianity irrelevant to their day-to-day living, according to findings in a new book.
The Christian Broadcasting Network's WorldReach ministry has launched a new Web site aimed at reaching the South Asian "diaspora" with the Gospel.
A British documentary reveals that about 5,000 Muslim students are being taught Sharia law in some weekend schools across Britain.
The U.S. special envoy for North Korea said Monday that while news of Poyongyang's new uranium enrichment facility was disappointing, it was not surprising.
All 29 miners trapped in a flooded Chinese coal mine were lifted to safety Monday.
Pope Benedict XVI has opened the door on the previously taboo subject of condoms as a way to fight HIV.
A key United Nations committee is criticizing North Korea and Iran for human rights violations.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is promising more small-scale attacks like its attempts to bomb two U.S.-bound cargo planes.
The Pakistani Christian woman sentenced to death on charges of blasphemy has filed an appeal, while human rights groups also urge for her release.
President Barack Obama on Saturday said for the first time he wants U.S. troops out of major combat in Afghanistan by the end of 2014
America is once again shining a harsh light on regimes that persecute religious believers in its annual Report on International Religious Freedom.
An explosion in New Zealand's largest coal mine has trapped at least 27 miners underground.
Operation Blessing is working with St. Luc Hospital and St. Damien Pediatric Hospital in Port-au-Prince to treat people with the deadly disease.
President Barack Obama will face tough questions from Europeans in Portugal, Friday, during summit meetings with NATO and the European Union.
A war of words is underway in Washington, D.C., over how to best discourage countries from using children as soldiers.
Thousands of people who fled the erupting Indonesian volcano have started to return to their homes.
The Russian arms suspect known as the "Merchant of Death" is now in United States custody facing terrorism charges.
CBN News has exclusive footage showing Al Qaeda recruits training in camps in the desert areas of Algeria, Mali, Niger and Mauritania.
An amusement park in South Korea rang in the Christmas season on Tuesday with a parade of penguins decked out in holiday attire.
Many church leaders and mission experts believe Jesus Christ's command in the New Testament to spread the gospel to the whole world can be completed in this generation.
Britain's Prince William has finally asked his longtime girlfriend, Kate Middleton, to marry him.
The leading U.S. Catholic bishop has called on President Barack Obama to protect Iraqi Christians from attacks from Islamic militants.
There may be more to Nicaragua's accidental invasion of Costa Rica than meets the eye, according to new information obtained by the Haaretz newspaper.
The proceeds from a new Christian music album will go to benefit the work of the Christian Broadcasting Network's WorldReach ministry.
The cholera outbreak in Haiti continues to claim more victims. The disease has now killed more than 1,000 people.
General David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, has warned that Afghan President Hamid Karzai's criticism of U.S. strategy could undermine the war effort.
Christians around the world are remembering their brothers and sisters in Christ who suffer for their faith, as part of the global day to pray for their fellow believers this Sunday.
After 388 days in captivity, Somali pirates released Paul and Rachel Chandler.
Google Maps has set off a land invasion -- at least according to Costa Rican leaders who accuse Nicaragua of illegally charging into a disputed chunk of land both countries claim.
Myanmar's military government freed its archrival, democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, on Saturday after her latest term of detention expired.
A group of would-be suicide bombers tried to storm a major NATO base in eastern Afghanistan early Saturday but were repelled before they could enter.
Relief crews have struggled to get to remote Indonesian islands that have been cut off by bad weather. However, Operation Blessing has managed to gain access to the area.
A court in Pakistan has sentenced a Christian woman to death by hanging for blasphemy against Islam.
President Obama's visit to Indonesia was more than just a homecoming -- it was an intentional outreach to Muslims in the world's most populous Muslim nation.
The United Nations asked its member nations for $164 million Friday to fight the cholera outbreak on the island nation of Haiti.
Five people are dead and 19 were wounded in a series of bombings in Christian neighborhoods in Baghdad.
International aid groups said Thursday they're launching a mass polio immunization campaign in three Central African nations.
Thousands of angry students marched through the streets of London, Wednesday, in protest of the government's plan to raise university tuition.
President Barack Obama saluted all U.S. armed forces personnel who defended South Korea during its war with North Korea on Veteran's Day.
The U.N. Security Council said it's appalled by the acts of violence, calling them a blow against religious diversity and democracy.
Massive demographic changes are underway in the communist country, so the government is trying to document the transformation.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he will not discuss his country's nuclear ambitions at proposed nuclear talks.
An Islamic Indonesian government minister has been criticized by his fellow Muslims for shaking hands with first lady Michelle Obama.
The U.S.-born radical Yemeni cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki, has a new video out and is calling for Muslims around the world to kill Americans.
Some of the most dangerous international terrorist networks are using Indonesia as a base to recruit, plan, and train for attacks on Western targets.
Obama's welcome was watered down by news that his Indonesia trip would end early, because the volcano known as Mount Merapi, is still spewing dangerous ash.
Roughly 20,000 Myanmar refugees returned home after clashes between government forces and ethnic rebels sent them fleeing across the border into Thailand.
A new poll shows an overwhelming majority of Afghans support their government negotiating with the Taliban.
The Christian Broadcasting Network's "700 Club Asia" program is literally changing lives in the Philippines.
Iraqi Christians held a Sunday mass in their church one week to the day after an attack by Islamic militants that left 58 people dead.
President Barack Obama travels to Indonesia on Tuesday as a part of his 10-day tour of several Asian countries.
Hurricane Tomas has left a swath of death and destruction in Costa Rica. The government said it's the worst natural disaster to hit there in more than a decade.
With the hurricane and the flood waters of Tomas now behind them, the focus turns to making sure the people of Haiti have clean drinking water.
Residents at the foot of Mount Merapi fled their homes Monday after authorities warned the volcano could erupt again at any moment.
Tests have uncovered oil leaks in three Rolls-Royce engines on Qantas' grounded Airbus A380s, the airline's CEO said Monday.
A gigantic statue of Jesus that Poles claim is the world's largest rose majestically above a small town, as the grandiose dream of a local priest finally came to pass.
Hurricane Tomas was downgraded to a tropical storm as it passed over the Turks and Caicos Islands, losing steam after battering Haiti.
President Barack Obama is announcing $10 billion in trade deals with India that are expected to help pay for 54,000 U.S. jobs.
An elderly Canadian couple has taken the concept of sharing to a new level, after giving away most of their lottery ticket winnings to others.
Stormy weather has been making it difficult for rescuers and relief groups from reaching stranded islands, weeks after a deadly tsunami hit Indonesia Oct. 25.
Radical Muslims with ties to al Qaeda say Christians in Iraq should be prepared to die.
Hurricane Tomas is bearing down on the devastated island nation of Haiti. But thousands of homeless earthquake victims are remaining in their tent camps.
Two U.S. Texas university students were killed in the Mexican border town of Ciudad-Juarez earlier this week.
A Cuban airliner flying crashed in the mountains Thursday evening, killing all 68 people aboard, including 28 foreigners.
The death toll from Indonesia's volcano has topped 100 after a blistering gas cloud ripped through a mountainside village.
The Haitian government has told residents to evacuate quake zones ahead of tropical storm Tomas.
Quantas Airlines has grounded its fleet of Airbus A380 jetliners after one of them lost an engine just six minutes into an overnight flight from Singapore to Sydney.
A U.S. Navy vessel is headed for Haiti Tuesday to offer humanitarian aid in case a brewing storm strikes the small island nation.
The terror plot involving bombs on cargo planes has investigators taking a closer look at a plane crash that happened two months ago.
CBN News travels to Vienna for an exclusive interview with an Austrian counter-jihad activist who's facing prison time for supposed "hate speech" against Islam.
Investigators are saying it could be days or even weeks before they know if last week's al Qaeda bomb plot using cargo shipments from Yemen has been fully contained.
The Christian Broadcasting Network's Worldreach ministry has started broadcasting its Spanish program "Vida Dura" in high definition.
A team of U.S. investigators is on its way to Yemen to search for suspects in last week's mail bomb plot involving explosive materials found in the U.K. and Dubai.
At least 52 people died when Iraqi security forces stormed a church in Baghdad to free hostages held by Islamic militants, officials said Monday.
Indonesia's most volatile volcano unleashed its most powerful eruption in a deadly week on Monday.
The Taliban overran a district in eastern Afghanistan, occupying government buildings and capturing police officers.