January 2012 Headlines
Some 340 million people don't have a Bible in their own language. In Cameroon, more natives are stepping in to help translate the Scripture into their own language.
Violence on the Horn of Africa has grown dramatically in the past six months. And much of it is to do the al Qaeda-linked terrorist group al-Shabab.
According to three new reports released Tuesday, 1.6 million American jobs are at risk due to trade violations committed by China.
Japan's population of 128 million will shrink by one-third, and seniors will account for 40 percent of people by 2060, according to a Japanese government report.
Iranian Army Ground Force Commander Brig.-Gen. Ahmad Reza Pourdasta said the U.S. and its allies are "fearful" of Iranian forces.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joined leaders at the United Nations Security Council meeting to press for a resolution condemning Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Several Americans fearing arrest and/or physical harm from Egyptian authorities took refuge in the U.S. Embassy in Cairo Monday.
Recent U.S. and European sanctions against Iran have gotten tougher, but that hasn't stopped the Islamic regime's quest for nuclear weapons.
Iran's state news agency claims the Islamic Republic is producing intelligent laser-guided artillery shells.
European Union leaders gathered in Brussels on Monday to discuss the best ways to grow Europe's struggling economy.
The San Francisco-based company said its commitment to free speech remains firm, but many activists say the company is selling them out.
Iran's oil minister said his country may stop selling oil to some European countries in response to the latest round of sanctions by the U.S. and Europe.
A Canadian jury found three members of a Muslim family guilty in an "honor killing" case.
Syrian troops continued to battle anti-government protesters on the outskirts of Damascus Sunday.
The people of Haiti are still recovering from the unforgettable earthquake that devastated their island nation two years ago. Operation Blessing has stayed by their side.
A fire swept through a private rehabilitation center for addicts in Peru's capital, killing at least 26 people and injuring 10.
New satellite photos show the government of Sudan preparing a full-scale attack on its own people.
British Prime Minister David Cameron called for a revival of traditional Christian values to counter Britain's "moral collapse."
Spreading Christianity in Europe can be tough, but in Barcelona, Spain, missionaries are using the English language and new outreach to reach residents.
Typhoon victims in the Philippines are continuing to receive aid and supplies from the Christian Broadcasting Network charity Operation Blessing International.
Pope John Paul II's 1998 visit improved relations between Cuba and the Catholic Church. But Pope Benedict's coming visit is already benefiting the island's Christians.
Egypt has banned several Americans and Europeans from leaving the country, raising concern over its alleged transition to democracy.
The African country of Nigeria is continuing to witness a wave of attacks by the Islamic group Boko Haram.
Senegal's president has offered to host Muslims and Christians from northern Nigeria to help bring peace. CBN News got a firsthand look at that effort.
The same Navy SEAL team that killed al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden flew into the east African nation by way of helicopter Tuesday to rescue the captives.
Leading Bible prophecy expert William Koenig joins us as we examine Ezekiel 38-39, Psalm 83, Isaiah 17 and other verses that could be lining up for fulfillment.
Thousands gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square Wednesday to mark the first anniversary of the uprising in Egypt.
Arab League efforts to stem the violence in Syria are collapsing.
Turkey is urging the French president not to sign a bill that would make it a crime to deny that the killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks nearly a century ago constituted genocide.
A recent election in Taiwan could mean greater opportunities to share the Christian faith in mainland China.
Yemen's outgoing leader has been cleared to come to the U.S. for medical treatment, White House officials said.
The European Union formally imposed new sanctions against Iran on Monday, setting an embargo on imported Iranian oil to all European countries.
Abu Qatada been linked to suicide bombings and is known as one of Europe's leading al Qaeda operatives.
Mexico's Ciudad Juarez is one of the most violent cities in the world. Recently, "angels" have been showing up to bring peace to these dangerous streets.
The meeting comes after Islamist political parties won nearly three-quarters of the seats in the legislative body.
Divers plumbing the capsized Costa Concordia's murky depths pulled out the body of a woman in a life vest Saturday.
The cost of supplying the U.S. war effort in Afghanistan has soared since Pakistan closed its borders to coalition forces.
Six U.S. Marines died when their helicopter went down in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province around midnight local time on Thursday.
Christians in the United Kingdom face increasing hostility on many fronts for standing firm in their faith. But these attacks appear to be waking up a sleeping church.
Italian authorities called off rescue operations Wednesday. As the families of the 21 missing people continue to wait, prayers are pouring in.
Italian rescue workers suspended operations Wednesday after a stricken cruise ship shifted slightly on the rocks near the Tuscan coast.
International tensions continue to mount over Iran's nuclear program and the possibility that the nation will produce an atomic warhead for its long-range missiles.
Jordan's King Abdullah II met with President Obama at the White House to discuss recent efforts to push Israel and the Palestinians toward a serious peace deal.
Iranian officials are continuing to pressure detained Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani to deny his Christian faith "and accept the prophet Muhammad as his savior."
An audiotape played revealed an Italian coast guard officer yelled at Schettino, ordering him to return to the crippled ship, but the captain remained hesitant.
A senior leader of the Muslim Brotherhood will be the next house speaker in Egypt's parliament, the first time in decades an Islamist has held the position.
Police in Thailand arrested a terror suspect with a huge stash of explosive materials, after being warned by the U.S. and Israel of a possible threat in Bangkok.
An Iranian company plans to send the United States a toy model of a captured American stealth drone, according to Iran state radio.
Costa Cruises, a Carnival company, said the tragic crash was the result of an 'unapproved, unauthorized maneuver' by the ship's captain.
The Islamist group seized key parts of Radda over the weekend and set up a ring around the town, securing it from entry.
The announcement came one day after Myanmar President Thein Sein issued pardons to free 651 detainees and political inmates.
A YouTube video is spreading like wildfire on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter -- and reigniting the debate on what it means to be Christian.
Christians in Egypt are worried they will face more attacks, like the recent army massacre of Christians in Maspero Square.
The Chinese government has revealed the whereabouts of missing human rights activist Gao Zhiseng.
Nigeria's army said the group killed two Christians in separate attacks Monday, even though security has been ramped up in the area.
Following the death of an Iranian nuclear scientist, the independent news website, irannuc.ir
, reports Iran is preparing a covert counteroffensive against the West.
A military investigation is underway after a video depicting U.S. Marines desecrating the bodies of what appear to be dead Afghans was posted online.
A Christian businessman in Egypt will go on trial this week for insulting Islam.
The meeting, which was the highest level U.S. contact ever with the radical Islamic political party, came as Egypt wraps up its parliamentary elections.
For Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the rise of Islamic governments across the Mideast means a giant step towards his vision of a united Islamic super-state.
The pontiff told a group of more than 100 diplomats that traditional marriage is fundamental for an individual's education and development.
Greece's National Confederation of Disabled People called the move by the government "incomprehensible."
CBN News sits down with two leading advocates for Israel's biblical heartland of Judea and Samaria, also known as the West Bank.
A powerful earthquake has hit waters of western Indonesia, prompting local officials to issue a tsunami warning.
Nurses in the United Kingdom oftentimes lack skills and compassion, according to a British government panel.
Pope Benedict XVI expressed concern Monday for the "numerous victims" of religiously motivated terrorist attacks like those in Nigeria.
Nigerian Christians say they will defend themselves in the face of on-going attacks by a radical Muslim sect.
An Iranian court has sentenced an American man to death, fueling tension between the United States and Iran.
Iran's government welcomed the U.S. Navy's rescue of 13 Iranian fishermen held by pirates, calling it a positive humanitarian gesture.
Christians in the United Kingdom are working together to help fellow believers who find themselves in financial difficulty.
Egypt's Christians celebrated their first Christmas after the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, amid tight security.
Like Israel's enemy in Gaza -- Hamas -- the Muslim Brotherhood says it will never recognize Israel's right to exist.
Leaders of the ruling Conservative Party say they are committed to making the defense of religious freedom a major goal of the nations. foreign policy.
Operation Blessing International has partnered with Toms Shoes to supply shoes to many children in Peru.
Gunmen attacked a church in Nigeria during a prayer service Thursday night, killing at least six people and wounding several others.
The government of South Sudan has declared a disaster as thousands of people flee sectarian attacks.
The remaining nine positions on Open Doors' top 10 list of nations who persecute their Christian populations are all taken up by Muslim countries.
The survivors of the deadly flash flooding in the Philippines are trying to put their lives back together with the help of disaster relief teams from the Christian Broadcasting Network.
A number of coordinated bombings targeting Iraq's Shiite Muslims killed 72 people Thursday in Baghdad and Nasiriyah.
The new head of the United Nations food agency warns that in 2012, more people will go hungry.
The founder of Present Truth Ministries warns that the Iranian government could be waiting until international attention wanes to execute the pastor.
As Muslims migrate to the West, and more Muslim young people adopt Western ways, honor violence is on the rise.
Nigeria declared a state of emergency last weekend after a series of attacks by a radical Muslim sect that killed dozens of people.
Iran has claimed a significant breakthrough in its nuclear program, saying its scientists have tested its own nuclear fuel rod.
The Muslim Brotherhood is expected to win the majority of seats the lower house. The influential Islamist party already says they will not recognize Israel.
The Christian Broadcasting Network is working to stop child sexual abuse in Thailand.
Iran continues to defy international pressure to stop its nuclear program.