October 2008 Headlines
Despite criticism of him and his regime, the 53-year-old president of Iran is a deeply religious man.
Violence continued in Afghanistan, Thursday, after a suicide bomber stormed a government building in the capitol city of Kabul.
In England, the government is now allowing Islamic courts to preside over cases of Muslim family and marital disputes.
London residents could soon see atheist advertisements on their streets.
WASHINGTON - Despite a key interest rate cut by the Fed, Wall Street failed to continue the big gains investors had hoped for, Wednesday.
World markets sold off once again today. Investors are getting out of stocks for now as they fear a global recession.
PARIS and BRUSSELS - (Editors note: The views expressed in this piece by Anne-Elisabeth Moutet are her analysis of the election coverage in the French and European media.
Taliban gunmen are warning Christians in Kabul that they are being watched.
WASHINGTON - Global markets are still not convinced that the credit crisis is over and jittery investors are selling off stocks as a result.
JERUSALEM, Israel - An Israel Air Force flight instructor and his student were killed Wednesday when their plane crashed during a training flight in the Negev desert.
WASHINGTON - It was another day of plunging markets overseas with Japan's down 2.5 percent and South Korea's down more than 7 percent.
A Pakistani man is providing rare insight into what motivates terrorists to strap on bombs and blow themselves up.
CBNNews.com - The first mosque in East Berlin, Germany is now open. Besides Muslim worshippers, protestors have also appeared behind police barricades three blocks away to show their distain for the Khadija Mosque.
Here's another example of how China is trying to clean up its image even after the Olympics. It seems tackling the country's pollution problem is at the top of their list. But not everyone is happy about the new road rules.
The United States is asking Iraq to do more to protect its Christian community.
A Christian woman is appealing a ruling that British Airways did not discriminate against her when it asked her to stop wearing a cross visibly at work two years ago.
North Korea will allow U.N. weapons inspectors into its main nuclear facility again.
WASHINGTON - It's a new week and perhaps the beginning of a fresh hope for struggling markets at home and abroad.
WASHINGTON - The weekend break was welcome relief to Wall Street investors after ending a week of devastating losses that pummeled stocks to five-year lows.
U.S. intellegence groups say Afghanistan is seeing some of the worst violence since 2001.
It hasn't been the most uplifting week in the news, to say the least. The markets in China don't look much better than in the U.S., as the China Securities Index reported its worst week on record, dropping 4.4 percent, and even though China's government would love to put the melamine-tainted milk disaster behind it, many consumers, both in China and abroad, have lost confidence in Chinese-made products.
General David Petraeus says the U.S. has made great progress in Iraq, but he warns that it could be lost in the months ahead.
General David Petraeus warned in Washington, Wednesday, that any progress made in Iraq could be lost in the months ahead.
A federal judge has ordered the United States to release a group of Chinese Muslims from Guantanamo Bay, marking a decision that could lead to the freeing of several detainees in the near future.
WASHINGTON - Wall Street skidded further into despair as the Dow closed another 500 points down after Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke warned the current financial crisis would not go away soon.
On Sunday, October 5th hundreds of Christians and Jews gathered in Jerusalem for the Day of Prayer for the peace of Jerusalem.
CBNNews.com - WASHINGTON - Wall Street took another dive Monday, as the Dow Jones fell as much as a record 800 points at one point, amid a growing credit crisis that is rippling across the world.
JERUSALEM - For years, Iran has stood as the greatest threat to peace in the Middle East. Now, however, the Middle East is getting more complicated and it is also more dangerous.
The Bible will be making history this weekend in Europe.
The top military commander in Afghanistan announced today that more troops are "quickly needed" there.
International officials have finally cleared China's medal-winning gymnasts of lying about their ages.