September 2011 Headlines
Nearly two decades after Bosnia witnessed the horrors of war, one woman's mission is to help heal the wounds of the past by giving children hope for the future.
A group of South Korean Christians is using an unusual aerial offensive to encourage North Korea's secret believers.
On this week's special episode of Stakelbeck on Terror, a panel of experts examine the Muslim Brotherhood's growing power in 2011.
On a recent visit to Haiti, CBN News found a unique undertaking that's providing jobs and hope for some of the people.
A CBN news investigation shows repeated human rights violations by the German government toward its own people. And the European Union is about to get involved.
Sam Childers once lived a life of bar fights, alcohol, and drugs. But an encounter with Jesus Christ changed him - and his life's mission forever.
Benjamin Nolot seeks to unmask the dark secrets of the modern day sex trade in his new docu-drama "Nefarious: Merchant of Souls."
Christians around the world are rallying behind efforts to free Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani, who's facing the death penalty in Iran after refusing to deny his faith.
The Yemeni government announced Friday that the U.S.-born al Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki has been killed in an air strike in eastern Yemen.
The Iranian regime is under increasing pressure to release the Christian pastor facing execution for refusing to recant his religious beliefs.
A small company in Japan is preparing for any future tsunamis in a somewhat biblical way by developing a miniature version of Noah's Ark.
CBN's Operation Blessing International is working with the non-profit group Free Wheelchair Mission to bring mobility to Haiti's disabled residents.
The Obama administration blamed the Syrian government for the incident, saying the attack is part of a larger attempt to intimidate U.S. diplomats in the country.
Iranian Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani's lawyer said the reports of his death penalty being overturned are false. The White House has also condemned Iran for its actions.
A suicide bomber blew himself up inside an Indonesian church on Sunday, as hundreds were leaving a worship service.
The lower house of parliament approved the burqa ban by a 101-77 vote, Wednesday. Now, the veil decision goes to the upper house.
The Canadian boy known by millions as Baby Joseph, whose parents' struggle to keep him alive sparked an international end-of-life debate, has died. He was less than 2 years old.
Iran's supreme court will hold a hearing Wednesday to give Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani one last opportunity to recant his faith in Christ before executing him.
A powerful typhoon that hit the Philippines submerged entire neighborhoods in Manila.
Arab American James Zogby has been polling about America's popularity in the Arab world since 2000, and he says approval is currently at a low point.
Christians often face persecution in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country. But other Muslims have also been attacked by radical Islamists in their own country.
The Christian Broadcasting Network's Orphan's Promise ministry is working to provide a safe haven for girls in the Congo, where brutality and rape against women and children continues.
Saudi King Abdullah announced Sunday that women will be allowed to vote in local elections, beginning in 2015.
The British government wants to legalize same-sex marriage by 2015, but the proposed change is expected to face opposition from traditional conservatives.
As rebel fighters close in on Moammar Gadhafi, many wonder what will become of Christians in the north African country.
All 19 people aboard a plane attempting to land in Nepal were killed when the aircraft hit a rooftop and broke apart.
Two Americans freed from an Iranian prison were believed to be on a flight heading to the United States on Sunday from Oman.
President Saleh returned Friday to the Yemeni capital after more than three months of medical treatment in Saudi Arabia.
The United States criticized Iran's president for resorting to 'anti-semitic slurs and despicable conspiracy theories' during his speech to the United Nations.
One day after being freed from an Iranian prison, the two American hikers are spending their first day of freedom with their families Thursday.
A powerful typhoon pummeled Tokyo Wednesday and is now taking aim at Japan's tsunami-ravaged northeastern coast.
Two Americans jailed in Iran were released Wednesday after being held captive for more than two years by the Islamic republic on charges of espionage.
President Obama, hoping head off a diplomatic showdown at the U.N., reiterated the U.S. position that peace talks were the Palestinians' only hope for statehood.
Former president of Afghanistan Burhanuddin Rabbani and four of his body guards were killed in a suicide bomb explosion at his home Tuesday in Kabul.
A car bomb was detonated near a high school in Ankara, Turkey Tuesday, killing three people and wounding 34 others.
In remarks at a high-level UN meeting on Libya, President Obama praised the efforts of the nation's oppositional forces to end Gadhafi's 40-year rule.
Four earthquakes in less than two hours killed at least one person in Guatemala Monday.
A U.S. religious envoy returned from Iran empty-handed Monday after holding talks with Ahmadinejad about the release of two American hikers jailed as spies.
British government officials announced plans Monday to legalize same-sex marriage within the next four years.
Evangelist Will Graham, grandson of Billy Graham, is in the United Kingdom this week for his first ever mission trip to the country.
British police arrested a group of suspected Islamic extremists, in a large anti-terror operation Monday.
A powerful earthquake across the Himalayan region straddling India, Nepal and China killed at least 55 people when it struck Sunday night.
The need for new tools and strategies to reach a new generation has drawn more than 1,000 leaders from 93 nations for the 4/14 Window Global Summit III.
People of faith are still in danger in many parts of the world and on Tuesday that message was echoed by the U.S. Department of State.
Abu Hafs al Shahri, al Qaeda's chief of operations in Pakistan, was killed this week in a CIA Drone strike in Waziristan, according to U.S. officials.
Fighting between Muslims and Christians left five people dead and more than 150 wounded in the Maluku provincial capital of Ambon.
A Russian Soyuz capsule carrying three astronauts from the International Space Station touched down safely Friday in Kazakhstan.
CBN's Operation Blessing International delivered 40 boats to Japanese fisherman affected by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
Greece is an "integral" part of the eurozone, the leaders of Greece, France and Germany said in an emergency teleconference Wednesday night.
Taliban fighters in Afghanistan fired on the U.S. Embassy and NATO headquarters in Kabul on Tuesday.
More rain has added to the misery in Pakistan where floods have killed more than 200 people and left 200,000 homeless.
Al Qaeda's new leader, Ayman al Zawahri, has reportedly moved to either Yemen or Somalia.
The two American hikers imprisoned in Iran may be held a bit longer while Iran's powerful judiciary reviews their offer for bail.
A Canadian family in Canada is rejoicing after their kidnapped son was returned to them unharmed early Sunday.
Iran plans to free the two American hikers held on spy-related charges in a humanitarian gesture.
The International Atomic Energy Agency chief said he was "increasingly concerned" about new intelligence that Tehran may be experimenting with nuclear warheads.
Seventy-seven U.S. troops were wounded when a Taliban suicide bomber blew up his bomb-laden truck at the entrance to a coalition base on Saturday.
It was the worst flood in Pakistan's history. Monsoon rains from July through September 2010 caused flooding that claimed the lives of nearly 2,000 people.
A powerful Taliban truck bomb wounded 77 American soldiers and killed five Afghans outside a combat outpost Sunday.
Tom Doyle, the Middle East director of e3 Partners ministry, recently spoke to CBN News about why Muslim outreach must continue.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned the overnight attack on his country's embassy in Cairo, saying it inflicted a "severe injury to the fabric of peace."
From hiding, Moammar Gadhafi denied rumors that he fled Libya, vowed "never to leave the land of his ancestors."
Iran's president has said his country's nuclear program is 'a train with no brakes.' So what would a nuclear-armed Iran mean for the Middle East and the world?
Ten people died and 45 were injured in a terror bombing in India, while twin suicide bombings in Pakistan killed 23 people.
Helicopters are flying in aid to Japanese communities isolated by the weekend typhoon that left at least 37 people dead and 54 missing.
Australian history books will no longer use Jesus' birth as a reference point for dates, to the outrage of some religious and political leaders.
Whether the embattled leader will join the convoy en route to Burkina Faso, where he has been offered asylum, is yet unknown.
CBN's Orphan's Promise is changing lives in the Ukraine through summer camps for children in orphanages.
Rescue workers combed the west coast of Japan Monday after the worst typhoon in seven years hit the island nation, killing more than a dozen people.
The CIA worked closely with the regime of Moammar Gadhafi, sharing tips and handing over terror suspects for interrogation.
A Dutch-Iranian pastor sentenced prison for sharing his faith has been freed by Iranian authorities after serving 359 days in jail.
Modern technology is bringing more opportunities to spread the gospel, and the group "Faith Comes by Hearing" is taking full advantage.
Bambay Sawaneh was a teenage farmer's son in Sierra Leone, Africa, when rebels attacked and left him for dead.
Operation Blessing International is helping people suffering from the effects of leprosy in South Sudan.
WikiLeaks' massive archive of unredacted U.S. State Department cables had been exposed in a security breach.