May 2011 Headlines
Australia is becoming a popular destination for Muslims leaving Asia and the Middle East. The country's Christians are using the a opportunity to win followers for Christ.
One former Muslim is sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with Denmark's Muslim population. But it's not without a price.
Even though it's forbidden for Chinese Christians to share the gospel, CBN News has obtained exclusive images of Christians worshipping in the countryside.
CBN News analyzes the growing push by radical Muslims to incorporate Islamic Sharia law in America.
Fetullah Gülen has been called the world's top public intellectual and the face of moderate Islam. Yet others have branded him a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Dr. Richard Scott told a 24-year-old man that Jesus could give him comfort and strength. Now, he's facing investigation by a medical council.
China's latest census shows the communist country's senior population is growing faster than the rest with more than 13 percent of its citizens over 60 years of age.
Forces loyal to Yemen's president opened fire on protesters in the southern city of Taiz over the weekend, bringing the death toll since Sunday to at least 25.
Human rights activists say soldiers in Egypt subjected women protesters to virginity tests. The allegations first surfaced after a March 9 rally in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Eddie Jun Yongsu, a 55-year-old Korean American from California, had been held in a North Korean prison on unspecified charges.
While the idea of Muslims taking over Rome may seem far-fetched, the historically Christian capital of Italy is now the site of the largest mosque in Europe.
South African President Jacob Zuma said Gadhafi is ready to accept an African Union initiative for a cease-fire.
A NATO airstrike targeting insurgents inadvertently hit two civilian homes in the volatile southwestern Helmand province, killing 14.
Many Christians see the political changes taking place in the Middle East as opportunities for believers to share their faith.
Some Egyptian Muslims are helping Christians rebuild a church building attacked by radical Islamists earlier this month.
Many fear a civil war could reignite between north and south Sudan following the north's recent invasion of a disputed territory.
Elam Ministries, an organization that serves Christians in Iran, reports 285 believers in 35 cities have been arrested in the past six months.
Eight U.S. troops who were killed while on foot patrol in southern Afghanistan Thursday were hit by two consecutive blasts.
Seven U.S. troops and nine NATO service members were killed in Afghanistan when a roadside bomb exploded as the were patrolling the area on food.
Police in Serbia arrested one of the world's most sought war criminals before dawn Thursday following a 16-year manhunt.
President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron vowed Wednesday to keep the pressure on Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
More than 25 children are among the 1,000-plus deaths in Syria since anti-government demonstrations began in the country.
An ash cloud from the eruption of Iceland's Grímsvötn volcano caused several airlines to ground flights in and out of Scotland on Tuesday morning.
NATO warplanes bombarded targets in Tripoli with more than 20 airstrikes early Tuesday, striking around Moammar Gadhafi's residential compound.
A Christian couple in the United Kingdom denied the right to foster children because of their stance on homosexuality are now petitioning the prime minister for help.
Clashes in the contested Sudanese city of Abyei continued Monday, threatening to return Muslims and Christians back to war.
The question on the minds of many Britons is, what has Obama done to strengthen relations between America and Britain?
President Barack Obama opened his six-day European tour in Ireland on Monday after Air Force One landed in Dublin.
Iran announced the arrest of 30 'spies' connected with an alleged Central Intelligence Agency spy network that spanned several countries.
NATO widened its campaign to weaken Libyan dictator Gadhafi's regime amid signs of growing public anger over fuel shortages in government-held territory.
For decades Chinese families preferred baby boys to baby girls. But shifts in China's economy and family attitudes have more parents now hoping for daughters.
President Barack Obama suggested Thursday that a Palestinian state based on Israel's 1967 borders would be best for peace negotiations.
A triple bombing killed 27 people and wounded scores outside a police station in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk.
One of the driving forces behind the move is developing an elite force to protect Saudi Arabia's oil wells and future nuclear sites.
Two weeks after bin Laden's death, al Qaeda has released an audio recording of their leader praising the revolutions sweeping the Arab world.
The United States slapped sanctions on Syrian President Bashar Assad and six senior Syrian officials for human rights abuses.
A Sol Air Lines plane carrying 22 people crashed and exploded Wednesday in Argentina's southern Patagonia region, killing all on board.
CBN News outlines what Osama bin Laden's death could mean for the fight against terror, U.S. troops in the Middle East and everyday citizens at home.
England's Queen Elizabeth made her first trip to Ireland Tuesday, but not before a bomb squad was called to diffuse an explosive device before her arrival.
The new Egyptian government says it will consider reopening churches that were shut down by former President Hosni Mubarak.
After a two-year vacancy, President Barack Obama has finally appointed an ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom.
More than a dozen house church leaders in China are calling on government officials to do more to ensure religious freedom in their country.
A U.S. congressman is pushing legislation to make international religious freedom a greater priority at the State Department.
Their defiant stand comes one day after a mob of fundamentalist Muslims attacked the group, leaving 78 people injured.
The program titled "Vida Dura" is broadcast in high definition in more than 20 countries, including Spain, the Canary Islands, and in 12 U.S. television markets.
A U.S. citizen detained in North Korea since November is being well cared for, according to the U.S. State Department.
Today, many Colombian guerrillas are now tuning in to hear a message of peace, thanks to a bold offensive using radios and Bibles, instead of bombs and bullets.
Pakistan's Taliban has claimed responsibility for an attack by two suicide bombers against recruits leaving a paramilitary training center in Pakistan on Friday.
For some Christians, persecution is nothing new. That's especially true in the southern Philippines, where believers are targeted by Muslim rebels seeking an independent state.
Egyptian leaders are evaluating churches on a case by case basis. They are also talking about granting equality to Christians who want to build churches.
CBN's Operation Blessing International has distributed shoes and medication to needy children in Peru.
Sens. Marco Rubio and Joe Lieberman want fellow lawmakers to pass a resolution putting the U.S. clearly on the side of Syria's protest movement.
Three died as NATO planes struck Moammar Gadhafi's compound in Tripoli.
Two earthquakes struck southeast Spain in quick succession Wednesday, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens.
The leader of al Qaeda in Yemen warned Wednesday that Americans "will pay the price" for the Osama bin Laden's demise.
The terror network has not yet named al-Zawahri as its overall new leader and it's not clear that he will take over for Osama bin Laden.
A U.S. official says Pakistan has informed the U.S. that it will grant access to Osama bin Laden's wives.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is warning that unless something is done to hold down rising global food prices, the consequences will be "grave."
"Kausaban The 700 Club Bisaya" is the first regional program to air in the southeast Asian country.
Relations between Egypt's Muslims and Christians degenerated to a new low Sunday after riots overnight left 12 people dead and a church burned.
The United States wants access to Osama bin Laden's three widows and any intelligence material left behind at the al-Qaeda leader's compound.
Dr. Randall Pannell, dean of Regent University School of Divinity, spoke to CBN News about how reliable the New King James translation is for today's world.
Reaction in the Muslim world has been muted over Osama bin Laden's death, but some radical leaders are denouncing the operation. Will Christians face a backlash?
CBN News takes a look at the growing problem of homegrown terrorism and why Americans should be concerned not only about extremists abroad, but also at home.
Christians and Muslims fought in the streets of western Cairo in violence triggered by word of a mixed romance.
Ed Stetzer, from LifeWay Research, recently spoke with CBN News about how the King James Version of the Bible has influenced the world.
On Friday, the terrorist network al-Qaeda confirmed the death of Osama bin Laden and vowed revenge against America for the killing of its spiritual leader.
Newly released videos show Osama bin Laden watching himself on television and rehearsing for terrorist videos.
The wreckage of a top-secret U.S. helicopter used in the bin Laden raid is now in the hands of the Pakistani military. There are concerns that China's military will try to get its hands on the technology.
Claude Stanley Choules, a man of contradictions, humble spirit and wry humor, died in a Western Australia nursing home on Thursday at the age of 110.
Bin Laden's death has been viewed as good news in most nations. But some in the European media are upset over the "assassination" of the al Qaeda leader.
For the first time since the 9.0-magnitude earthquake on March 11, workers entered one of the buildings at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex.
A suicide car bomber crashed his vehicle into a barrier outside a police building in Iraq, killing 18 policemen and wounding dozens more.
Canada's political landscape could change now that conservatives have gained more seats in Parliament.
With bin Laden dead, many are speculating on who will replace him as al Qaeda's leader. Some say it could be the American-born terrorist, Anwar al Awlaki.
A Danish court has found a leading Islamic expert guilty of racism for his comments about Muslims, the latest ruling in an ongoing battle between free speech and Islam in Europe.
One of the world's most intense manhunts has come to an end with the death of Osama bin Laden.
What's next for the war? Al Qaeda is already promising retaliation, and there's also the question of whether a new leader for the terrorist group will emerge.
A Chinese airline is taking matters into its own hands to help minimize the air safety concerns many travelers have today.
As administration officials decide to release photo showing bin Laden's corpse, questions remain about Pakistan's knowledge or lack of it.
Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper won his coveted majority government in elections that changed Canada's political landscape.
The Christian Broadcasting Network's WorldReach staff in Thailand recently had the opportunity to reach out to children at a special event.
After years of intelligence gathering officials found bin Laden's hide out -- not in a cave, but a huge fortified compound in an affluent Pakistani neighborhood.
Angry mobs attacked Western embassies and a U.N. office in Tripoli Sunday after NATO bombed Moammar Gadhafi's family compound.
In a televised statement to the nation late Sunday night, President Obama declared '"justice has been done," but admitted the fight against terrorism is far from over.
Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi survived a NATO airstrike that killed his youngest son and three of his grandchildren.