October 2011 Headlines
Only 16 years ago Bosnians were killing each other over their differences. Today, with divisions still deep, evangelical Christians are trying to bridge the fault lines.
America has plenty of political correctness, but nothing like Germany, where it has ruled the culture for years. But there are signs things are changing.
The Muslim Brotherhood has become a major force in Mideast politics. But a new Norwegian film reveals the Brotherhood's plans for world domination.
An Operation Blessing International team delivers medical help and supplies to villages in the remote Aurora province in the Philippines.
As the world marked the birth of its seventh billionth person Monday, groups debated whether we're facing a global population problem.
Severe flooding in Cambodia now affects 17 of the country's 24 provinces and CBN International teams are working to get relief packages to victims.
The U.N. is choosing newborns in countries around the world to symbolically represent the number 7 billion.
A suicide bomber in Afghanistan attacked UN offices in a Kandahar neighborhood, Monday, leaving four dead.
Pro-life Christians gathered to protest in London this week on the anniversary of England's abortion law.
Many Christians have fled Iraq to escape growing persecution. Those left behind are wondering how the upcoming U.S. troop pullout will affect them.
Nearly five days after the 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck southeastern Turkey, rescuers pulled a 13-year-old boy from the debris.
The Obama administration attempted to smooth lawmakers' ruffled feathers over the Afghan President's claim that his country would fight alongside Pakistan in a theoretical war against the U.S.
Some of the toughest words came from presidential candidates at Sunday's Faith and Freedom Coalition in Iowa.
Libya's transitional leader says Islamic Sharia law will be the basis for the country's new government.
For 28 years, Kim Hye Sook languished as a prisoner inside North Korea's oldest concentration camp, where she witnessed unspeakable horrors.
G20 leaders will be meeting to find ways to help some of their most vulnerable populations. Those most at risk are children living in poverty.
Weather conditions are only making matters worse for the thousands left homeless in Turkey after a 7.2-magnitude quake hit Turkey four days ago.
Some feel Muslim groups in the Middle East are working harder than ever to re-establish an Islamic caliphate, or Islamic state.
One of three aid workers kidnapped in Somalia has been taken into police custody, the Danish Refugee Council announced Wednesday.
Some Turkish residents blame shoddily constructed buildings for the carnage resulting from Sunday's deadly 7.2-magnitude earthquake.
A Christian ministry is bringing hope to Pakistan residents forced from their homes by the worst flood in Pakistan's history.
Mexican authorities are evacuating fishing communities on the Yucatan Peninsula as Hurricane Rina bears down on the Caribbean coast.
The nation's abortion rate is among the highest in the world and is a major reason behind the country's population decline.
A human rights group suspects the Egyptian military of covering up its role in the deaths of the country's Coptic Christians.
A month-long media campaign in Finland has sparked nationwide discussion on God and His power.
Rising floodwaters in Thailand broke through a barrier protecting Bangkok's second largest airport on Tuesday.
CBN Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck said an Islamic party victory and Libya's embrace of Islamic sharia law mark a turning point in the region.
Moammar Gadhafi, his son, Muatassim, and former Defense Minister Abu Bakr Younis were buried at dawn Tuesday in unmarked graves.
Rescue workers are continuing their desperate search for survivors of Sunday's deadly quake in southeastern Turkey.
In its first free election in more than 50 years, 90 percent of Tunisia's registered voters cast ballots on Sunday.
Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz, the heir to the Saudi throne, died in the U.S. on Sunday.
Rescue teams on Monday sifted through hills of rubble from flattened multi-story buildings trying to reach dozens of trapped people.
All American troops serving in Iraq will return home by the end of this year, President Barack Obama announced Friday afternoon.
A United Nations special representative has publicly called on the Iranian government to release Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, who is facing the death sentence for refusing to recant his faith in Christ.
Two leading experts on Latin America discuss the frightening inroads Hezbollah and its Iranian master are making in the Western hemisphere.
The citizens of the tiny North African nation of Tunisia voted in the country's first free elections this weekend. Will they choose democracy or Islam?
Moammar Gadhafi's burial has been postponed as calls rise for an investigation into the circumstances of his death.
Turkey's military says 49 Kurdish rebels have been killed in offensives in southeast Turkey.
Libya's new leaders will declare liberation on Sunday, a move that will start the clock for elections after months of bloodshed that culminated in the death of Moammar Gadhafi.
The death of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi marks a major milestone in the country's history and the reign of terror he perpetrated around the world.
Moammar Gadhafi's death may also bring new hope to the Christian community in Libya.
Less than three months after the murder of Nigerian pastor David Usman, Islamic extremists have executed another Christian in the country.
CBN's Operation Blessing International is providing food, relief and medical care to flood victims in El Salvador.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Pakistan must take stronger measures against Islamic extremists operating from its soil.
Ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi may have been captured or killed when rebels took his hometown Thursday, according to unconfirmed reports.
For decades, Iran has pledged to destroy the United States, or the "Great Satan" as leaders call it. But is America responding properly to this threat?
A measure tightening registration rules for faith groups in Kazakhstan was signed into law by President Nursultan Nazarbayev this week.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy was reportedly returning from a meeting on the euro debt crisis when the baby was born.
The president of Open Doors USA is speaking out against the lack of religious freedom in Afghanistan.
The LRA has engaged in a campaign of murder, rape and kidnapping for the last 20 years, including attacks on children.
Rep. Frank Wolf's dream of serving in Congress dates back to childhood. But soon he discovered his real cause was global.
Britain's Treasury ordered the assets of five men frozen in connection with the alleged Iranian plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States, officials said Tuesday.
Much of Southeast Asia has been affected by continuous monsoon rains and many areas of Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam remain flooded.
A decision is expected within 20 days in the case of the Iranian pastor facing the death sentence for refusing to deny his Christian faith.
Occupy Wall Street demonstrators remain loosely organized with no clear goal. And some say that's just fine with them.
The Arab League has called an emergency meeting Sunday to discuss whether to suspend Syria.
The U.S. is abandoning plans to keep U.S. troops in Iraq past a year-end withdrawal deadline.
Japan feared three months after the Fukushima nuclear power plant was hit by a tsunami that aftershocks could further damage one of its fuel storage pools.
Misleading reports about Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani are continuing to spread, raising concern that the world will soon dismiss the severity of his case.
PET wheelchairs have literally lifted the handicapped off the ground in more than 80 countries -- giving them personal independence, from one day to the next.
American drone strikes in southern Yemen have killed nine al Qaeda-linked militants, including the media chief for the group's Yemeni branch.
The newly formed Republic of South Sudan credits God for successfully gaining independence from Sudan in its national anthem.
President Barack Obama said Friday he's dispatching roughly 100 U.S. troops to central Africa to help battle the Lord's Resistance Army.
Anglican bishops in Zimbabwe are receiving death threats and one worshipper who refused to follow an excommunicated leader was killed, according to a document viewed by the Associated Press on Tuesday.
Islamic hard-liners in Libya have attacked at least a half-dozen shrines of other Muslim groups because they believe their practices are sacrilegious.
During a news conference to give their version of Sunday's events, the generals from the Supreme Council of Armed Forces said the protesters were savagely attacking military personnel.
Britain is threatening to revoke financial aid to poor African countries that don't support gay rights.
Jamie Murray said police threatened to arrest him for playing a Bible DVD in his establishment, because it violated a law against 'insulting' speech.
The so-called "Arab Spring" took a deadly turn in Cairo, as an attack on a Coptic Christian church sparked riots, killing 24 people and wounding at least 200 others.
Iran claims the U.S. has made up the story, even as the U.S. explores more sanctions on Tehran.
Officials in Sweden are trying to terminate the parental rights of a 9-year-old homeschooled boy.
More than 100 Christians have been killed in the Nigerian state of Plateau by Muslim extremists in recent weeks, according to Compass Direct News.
Iran said they are outraged over the Obama administration's allegations of complicity in a plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the U.S.
The White House is seeking sanctions against Iran after the FBI foiled an alleged terror plot to assassinate a Saudi ambassador to the U.S.
People hunkered down in homes and shelters as Hurricane Jova made landfall as a Category 2 storm early Wednesday on Mexico's mountainous Pacific coast.
China is warning that trade ties with the U.S. will be "severely damaged" if a new U.S. economic proposal becomes law.
Officials say they foiled a plot by the Iranian government to bomb the Saudi and Israeli embassies in Washington, and assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the U.S.
International reports that Iran's supreme court is calling for a retrial of Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani may not be true, according to the American Center for Law and Justice.
A Florida deep-sea exploration company with a record of finding sunken treasure has discovered a ship filled with silver 8,000 feet beneath the North Atlantic Ocean.
There are no public Christian churches left open in Afghanistan.
Egypt's Coptic Christians are observing three days of fasting and prayer for victims killed in this weekend's protests.
According to Agency France Presse, the move suggests Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani's execution could be delayed.
Many Cambodian farmers live in remote villages and would need to travel long distances to get medical treatment.
President Ali Abdullah Saleh has made vague comments that he is willing to leave power in his first major speech since returning Yemen.
With Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani facing execution any day now unless he recants his Christian faith, Congress has launched a bipartisan effort to free him.
More slaves exist today than at any other point in history. As one North African teen knows all too well, one of the worst offenders is Sudan.
More than 100 Nigerian Christians have died at the hands of Muslim extremists within the last month, according to Compass Direct News.
David Gerbi, an exiled Libyan Jew, recently returned to Tripoli from Italy to reopen the city's main synagogue closed by fugitive dictator Moammar Gadhafi's regime 44 years ago.
The president of Liberia has been awarded the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize, along with two other women.
The Afghanistan War began with the goal of ousting the Taliban. But what looked like an easy victory has become the longest war in American history.
The storms brought heavy flooding to agricultural regions of central and northern Philippines. Tens of thousands are still affected by flooding and power outages.
The death toll has risen from this week's suicide bombing in Mogadishu, Somalia, United Nations officials said Thursday.
The Iranian government is issuing more conflicting statements about the Christian pastor who's facing a death sentence for refusing to renounce his faith.
The death toll from a southwest China coal mine explosion rose to 17 Wednesday.
Denmark's so-called 'fat tax' on foods such as butter and oil, went into effect Saturday as part of an effort to put an end to unhealthy eating habits by its citizens.
Stakelbeck talks in-depth with terrorism expert Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, who says America is losing the war on terror. Find out why.
Islamic militants detonated a truck bomb outside Somalia's Ministry of Education Tuesday, killing at least 70 people.
When Ahmadinejad accused the U.S. of orchestrating the 9/11 attacks, American diplomats were not caught flat-footed by the tirade.
Three U.S.-born scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics Tuesday for their studies that show the universe is expanding at an accelerated pace.
The young American woman accused of murdering her roommate is headed home to the U.S. Tuesday after an Italian appeals court threw out an earlier conviction.
Gunfire erupted around Sirte Monday. It's one of the last refuges of Gadhafi loyalists.
The Christian Broadcasting Network premiered the "The 700 Club Canada" on Monday on Canadian airwaves.
A Christian evangelist in Greece has been sentenced to four months in prison and fined 840 euros for sharing the gospel.
Iran state media reported Saturday that Christian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani is facing execution for rape and extortion, rather than for refusing to give up his religion.
The killing of U.S.-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki has wiped out the decisive factor that made the Yemen branch the most dangerous threat to the United States: its reach into the West.