July 2011 Headlines
One of the most famous Bible stories is Noah's Ark. Now people can visit a life-size replica of the ark in one of the world's most famous cities, Hong Kong.
The young people of Japan's Grace Tokyo Church are part of a new youth movement that many Japanese Christians hope will revive Japan's churches.
In a legal victory for Christians in Pakistan, a Punjab court convicted three Muslims in the murder of a Christian businessman.
If the election moves forward as planned, chances are the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist parties will win a majority of the seats in the parliament.
Many Christians see the Muslim holy month of Ramadan as an opportunity to pray for the Muslim world, and to launch their own 30 days of prayer and fasting.
The lawyer for two Americans jailed in Iran on charges of espionage said the court will announce its verdict within a week, dashing hopes for their immediate release.
Five months after President Barack Obama told him to leave Libya, Moammar Gadhafi is pressing on against NATO-backed rebel forces.
Frequent bombings, assassinations and a resurgence in violence by Shiite militias have made Iraq more dangerous now than it was just a year ago, a U.S. government watchdog concludes in a report released Saturday.
CBN News goes on location to the 6th Annual Christians United for Israel Summit in Washington, D.C.
Operation Blessing International, the Virginia Beach, Va.-based charity aid organization, has partnered with the U.S. Army to bring health care and clean water to the people of Haiti.
The country has been wracked by years of little rain and decades of conflict, creating a massive humanitarian crisis threatening 11 million people.
The charity aid organization Operation Blessing International recently partnered with TOMS Shoes to distribute new shoes to children in China.
Britain has officially recognized Libya's main opposition group as the country's sole legitimate authority.
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said it's still possible to have an open society with security without being naïve, despite last week's terror attacks.
The U.S. State Department has issued a global travel alert for Americans traveling overseas, repeating an earlier warning of a heightened security risk in the wake of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
The new nation of South Sudan is getting a little help from one of its friends, CBN's Operation Blessing International.
A roadside bomb blew up next to a United Nations convoy carrying French peacekeepers in south Lebanon on Tuesday.
A Chinese house church leader has been sentenced to two years in a labor camp for illegally holding religious meetings.
The man behind Friday's brutal bombing and shooting rampage in Norway, says he's part of an organization with several cells in Western countries.
The confessed killer is being described as a Christian who represents the 'new far-right.' But CBN News Reporter Dale Hurd says that's far from the truth.
CBN's WorldReach and Operation Blessing International teamed up in the Philippines to present Happy Kids camps for children living in remote villages.
Since the cholera epidemic began last October in Haiti, more than 5,800 people have died.
Ambulance crews found troubled singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse dead in her north London home on Saturday.
Hundreds of unwanted babies are abandoned on the streets of Seoul, South Korea, every year. But one pastor has come up with a temporary solution.
Police say the suspect is not a radical Muslim. Instead, they've described 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik as a 'fundamentalist Christian' with conservative views.
Somalia is suffering from the world's worst famine in six decades, and radical Muslims are making getting aid to victims more difficult.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has cautiously welcomed a Russian proposal for bringing Iran back to talks over its nuclear program.
Egypt's parliamentary election, originally planned for September, will be delayed until the second half of November.
Iran is speeding up its nuclear program, announcing that it's installing more advanced centrifuges to enrich uranium.
Tens of thousands of Somalians are dying from malnutrition as the worst drought in 60 years causes massive food shortages.
Critics say England's top police agency failed to investigate alleged widespread criminal acts by journalists at Britain's oldest newspapers.
Rupert Murdoch denied any wrongdoing as UK lawmakers tried to get to the bottom of a phone hacking scandal that's threatened to topple his media empire.
Extremist Muslims in the United Kingdom are calling for the establishement of Islamic states complete with Sharia law.
CBN Worldreach producers in Thailand are preparing a new season of their children's program "Pen Dek."
For Japan, Sunday's victory reached far beyond the soccer field. With their victory they bring hope to a nation that has endured so much.
Gen. David Petraeus relinquished command of U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan on Monday. Gen. John Allen will now oversee the nearly 10-year war.
The Satellite Sentinel Project has released images of what it says are mass graves "consistent with allegations that the Sudan Armed Forces and northern militias have killed civilians."
Osama bin Laden was planning to attack America, according to documents seized by the U.S. Navy SEAL team. Experts say the threats should still be taken seriously.
Author Walid Phares provides an eye-opening look at what a future Middle East war would look like, highlighting the stunning growth of Iran's influence in the region.
Deep in the Colombian jungle, a Christian woman and her two children are overcoming danger to spread God's word.
Two separate bombs were reportedly detonated -- one at the All Christian Fellowship Mission and another at Faith Mission Church in Suleja, Niger State.
Evangelicals in Hungary fear their religious rights are in jeopardy, following the passage of a new law they say will strip churches of key privileges.
An outbreak of violence in southern Afghanistan on Friday left nine civilians dead, including two children.
A short film that documents the near-genocide of Iraq's ancient Assyrian Christian civilization had a high-profile showing on Capitol Hill.
The U.S. women's soccer team has made it to the World Cup finals after beating France 3-1 in this week's semi-finals.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leaves Washington for Turkey on Thursday, beginning a 12-day global diplomatic tour.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warns the Syrian regime after an attack on the U.S. Embassy in Damascus Monday.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said he will undergo more cancer treatment after recovering from surgery to remove a malignant tumor the size of a baseball.
Three separate, but coordinated explosions killed at least 21 people in Mumbai, India Wednesday. Another 141 were injured.
For years, one Guatemala man suffered with huge tumor that threatened his life and livelihood. But all that changed when he encountered a medical missions team.
A baby girl in China survived a 10-story fall from her family's apartment window thanks to a stranger passing by who caught her.
The Church of England wants legal protection for Christians who wear crosses or share their faith at work, according to the London Daily Mail.
The half-brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai was slain in his southern Afghanistan home by a bodyguard Tuesday.
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta expressed exasperation with Iraqi indecision on whether it wants U.S. troops to stay next year
American officials say a mob attacked the U.S. embassy in Syria and the residence of the ambassador Monday.
More than 65,000 families in the southern Philippines are suffering from floods and landslides triggered by torrential rains last month.
Norway, an oil-rich welfare nation, has many problems yet deficit spending is not one of them. Some say politicians in Washington, D.C., could learn a few things from them.
After what's being called one of the most thrilling games in the history of World Cup soccer, the U.S. women's team is heading to the semi-finals.
The CBN WorldReach concert team is visiting cities in the country of Ukraine, on a tour called "A Celebration with Superbook Club."
Islamic activists in Bangladesh clashed with police Sunday over changes to the country's constitution that made the nation a secular state.
The Obama administration's decision to suspend $800 million in aid to the Pakistan's military signals a tougher U.S. line.
After the military celebrations and parades, the South will have to face up to the realities it faces.
American evangelist Franklin Graham was on hand to celebrate the birth of the African country of South Sudan on Saturday.
Hundreds of onlookers watched as the world's tallest Christ statue was unveiled in Peru, Wednesday.
The three-day gospel festival on Marseille's Plage du Prado beach followed France's official Day of Music on June 21.
Thousands of East African are leaving their homes in search of food and water during the worst food crisis of the 21st century.
Emergency crews in China are still trying to rescue 42 workers trapped after heavy rains flooded two mines and caused a roof to collapse.
The vice chairman of Egypt's top secular party in Egypt says the Holocaust never happened, called the diary of Anne Frank "fake," and said the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks were "made in America."
The founder of Pakistan's nuclear weapons program said N. Korean officials paid senior Pakistani military figures for weapons technology.
A senior Libyan official accused NATO of intensifying its bombing to lay the groundwork for an advance by rebels.
Continued fighting and land disputes in Sudan may threaten the upcoming peaceful separation of the African country.
Crews had to rescue dozens of people Tuesday from a bridge in Yingxiu county that collapsed under the force of powerful flood waters.
A witness told CBN News at least six churches have been attacked since unrest began. Christians say Muslims are taking advantage of the protests to target believers.
The man heading up Japan's disaster reconstruction efforts has resigned.
An Iranian pastor who received a death sentence for apostasy in the country has been moved off death row, according to his lawyer.
Mexican rescuers are searching for seven missing Americans whose boat capsized off the Baja California coast early Sunday morning.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez returned home from Cuba early Monday morning, saying he feels "fine" after surgery to remove a cancerous tumor.
As thousands of Haitians struggle to rebuild their lives, a unique television program is giving them a sense of hope.
When Conor Grennan volunteered at a Nepal orphanage, he learned about the atrocity of human trafficking and made it his mission to reunite children and families.
An Iranian house church pastor is slated for execution any day now for apostasy, a crime punishable by death in the Islamic republic.
The crackdown has led to 285 believers being arrested in the past six months, according to Elam Ministries, an organization that serves Christians in Iran.