February 2012 Headlines
While a Islamic terror group has declared war on Nigeria's Christians, the people being targeted have called for prayer and for forgiveness.
Some North Koreans have escaped from the Communist country and its human rights violations. Kim Eun Jin is one of those survivors.
Boko Haram is threatening to turn Nigeria into an Islamic emirate. The sophistication of their attacks has many worried over the group's links to global terrorists.
More than a year after Hosni Mubarak was ousted, many Egyptians believe their revolution has stalled -- a frightening prospect for Egypt's persecuted Christians.
Just on the outskirts of Bogotá, Colombia, an unlikely ministry is spreading the gospel. It's a church that delivers sermons with a heavy metal beat.
Russians believe the presidential elections are rigged in Putin's favor. Russia's Christians are asking the global church to pray for their elections.
Lawmakers in the House have passed a resolution condemning Iran for the persecution of Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the U.S. isn't letting any grass grow under its feet when it comes moving on new sanctions against Iran.
North Korea has agreed to suspend its nuclear and long-range missile testing, as well as uranium enrichment, following negotiations with the United States.
Egypt is allowing the release of seven Americans at the center of the worst crisis in U.S. relations with Egypt in 30 years.
Leap Year was introduced by Roman emperor Julius Caesar and dates back to 46 B.C. It is a corrective measure to keep our calendar matching the four seasons.
A wounded British photographer who had been trapped in the besieged Syrian city of Homs was spirited safely into Lebanon on Tuesday.
Detained Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is alive but still in imminent danger of being executed for his faith by authorities.
Another crippled Costa cruise ship is being towed back to shore after a fire knocked out its generator room on Monday.
The Christian Broadcasting Network is using the Internet to help bring freedom to people who are addicted to pornography.
An Egyptian court has pushed back the trial of 16 Americans charged with creating unrest in the north African country.
Muslim terrorists bombed the headquarters for the Church of Christ in central Nigeria Sunday, killing three people and wounding 38.
The Muslim Brotherhood's Justice and Freedom Party won 58 percent of the seats in the upper parliament, and the al-Nour Party garnered another 25 percent.
Iran is rapidly expanding its production of enriched uranium, the International Atomic Energy Agency said in its latest report.
Apologies from Obama and military leaders for accidentally burning Korans has not helped temper Muslim outrage, while U.S. troops remain in jeopardy.
Pastor Pio Ancol told CBN News he experienced God's power during the earthquake and resulting tsunmi earlier this month in the Philippines.
President Abdoulaye Wade recently met with CBN President Michael Little and explained that he has led a peaceful democracy, a model of Islamic moderation.
Kumar Periasamy, director of international operations and programs for CBN's Operation Blessing, passed away Saturday after a battle with cancer.
A gunman killed two American military advisers with shots to the back of the head Saturday inside a heavily guarded ministry building.
As international criticism toward Iran grows, Rev. Franklin Graham said President Obama should do more to help the Iranian pastor who has been sentenced to die.
The widow of an assassinated Iranian nuclear scientist said her husband's goal was to destroy the Zionist regime and support the rights of Palestinians.
Those close to the case of a Christian pastor in Iran who's facing a death sentence for refusing to recant his faith now fear he could be killed any day now.
Leaders from the United States, Europe, and the Arab world were in London, Thursday, looking for ways to stop the bloodshed.
The White House has joined the chorus of apologies over what's said to be an accidental desecration of Korans at a United States military base in Afghanistan.
Britain's new higher tax rate of 50 percent is apparently not bringing in the extra funds the government expected. In fact, it's bringing in less money.
Iran is warning the West that it's prepared to launch a preemptive strike against opponents of its nuclear program.
Dolan's recent vocal stand agains President Obama's birth control mandate has some some speculating that he may be what the Catholic church needs as its next leader.
Egypt's military ruler assured Sen. McCain that everything possible was being done to resolve the crackdown on non-profits that resulted in the detainment of several U.S. aid workers.
President Hugo Chavez says doctors in Cuba have found a new lesion in the area where a cancer was detected last year.
Protestors in Washington demanded Saudi Arabia release 35 imprisoned Ethiopian Christians who were arrested for praying in a private home.
Some of the Korans, which had been used by detainees, were thrown in the trash after they were no longer being used.
One ministry is trying to bring about global prison reform, while also reaching forgotten prisoners with the Gospel.
South Korea held live-fire military drills near its disputed Yellow Sea boundary with North Korea Monday, despite threats of retaliation.
A court of appeals in the United Kingdom on Feb. 17 upheld a $5,800 fine imposed last year against a Christian couple for refusing to rent a room to a homosexual couple.
A delegation of U.S. senators will be meeting with leaders in Egypt Monday to discuss the case of the 19 Americans facing charges of trying to foment unrest.
United Nations nuclear inspectors hopr to hold talks with key officials and scientists on Iran's controversial nuclear program during their two-day visit to Tehran.
Iran has halted oil shipments to Britain and France, the Oil Ministry said Sunday.
One Philippines pastor whose home was damages in this months deadly earthquake has called the tragedy a "wake-up call."
Gunmen assassinated a senior prosecutor and a judge in a restive province in northwest Syria on Sunday.
Police say a school bus plunged into a river and at least seven people were killed in the west-coast Indian resort state of Goa.
After previous refusal, Chinese officials are now working on dates for U.S. religious freedom ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook to visit China.
Lured by the promise of food, money and a better life, human smugglers are tricking hundreds of North Korean women each year into a web of human trafficking.
The British Cabinet Office minister, who is a Muslim, issued a strong warning about the growing secularization of the United Kingdom and Europe.
A massive fire in a Honduran prison has killed at least 358 prisoners, many trapped in their cells, yelling for help as the flames engulfed them
The United Nations has backed a plan calling on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down, strongly condemning his regime's violations of human rights.
By most accounts, Iran is secretly racing to obtain a nuclear bomb. But some suspect a clandestine war is underway to stop the Islamic Republic in its tracks.
The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff says he pleaded with Egypt's ruling generals to resolve the crisis with the United States.
Egyptian dissident Majed El Shafie told CBN News the Obama administration has miscalculated the Muslim Brotherhood's true intentions.
Shirlyn Macasarte survived a fierce attack only to be crippled for life. Today, she's turned her personal nightmare into a blessing for others.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad toured a nuclear facility, a clear sign to the world that Tehran has no plans to abandon its quest for a nuclear weapon.
China's next leader is visiting with Obama administration officials in Washington to strengthen relations between the communist nation and the U.S.
Syrians in the rebel city of Homs endured an eleventh straight day of violent attacks by the country's military.
The African county of Nigeria remains on edge after a wave of deadly bombings and attacks by gunmen this year.
The statement by the head of Egypt's ruling military coucil comes as the North African nation prepared try 19 Americans for allegedly fomenting unrest.
The Koran instructs Muslims to conquer the whole world for Islam. It happened 1,300 years ago in Spain -- and some say it's happening again.
Gunmen assassinated an army general in Damascus Saturday in the first killing of a high ranking military officer in the Syrian capital since the uprising against President Bashar Assad's regime began in March.
Last month, Bible teacher and evangelist Marilyn Hickey held a series of gospel meetings in Karachi, the 10th largest city in the world and the largest Muslim city in the world.
The Muslim Brotherhood demanded Thursday that Egypt's ruling generals give up their power over the current government.
Operation Blessing International, the Virginia Beach, Va.-based charity aid organization, is helping a grandmother in Mexico with her own business.
More than 200,000 prisoners are believed to be held in the camps. Some of them are Christians who were sent to the jails simply for professing faith in Christ.
President Bashar al-Assad's regime has earned worldwide outrage for months of violence against its own citizens. Yet, military assistance is slow in coming.
Here's just one example of Christians in other countries who are attacked and sometimes even killed because of their faith, especially if they're converts from Islam.
Rescue teams are losing hope of finding any survivors in the landslides triggered by Monday's powerful earthquake in the Philippines.
The long-time U.S. ally now appears to be playing a hostile game of chicken, with American pro-democracy workers caught in the middle.
For the fifth successive day, government troops continued the onslaught in the central Syrian city of Homs Wednesday.
One American ministry is trying to change a central African country's destiny by focusing on young people.
The European Union considers global warming to be a scientific fact. But now that Europe is in the freezer, many climate experts have gone silent.
A British court has ruled that Abu Qatada, an extremist Islamic cleric with alleged ties to al Qaeda, should be released on bail.
The United States closed its embassy in Syria Monday to protest the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Egypt plans to put 19 Americans on trial for illegally using foreign funds to provoke unrest. The U.S. has threatened to cut off aid if Egypt it goes through with the trial.
Government forces continued to bombard the central Homs Monday with mortars and artillery fire, the third day of a relentless assault by Syrian forces.
Eight bombs were dropped on the Heiban Bible College in South Kordofan state near the border with South Sudan.
Iran's supreme leader announced Friday that his country will support any nation that confronts Israel, saying the Jewish state is a "cancer" to be "cut."
A struggling Guatemalan woman almost lost her store until Operation Blessing stepped in and provided all the supplies needed to get it running again.
An American missionary couple were killed in northern Mexico during an apparent robbery, outside of Monterrey.
Malaysian Zulkifli bin Hir, also known as Marwan, was a top leader of the regional al Qaeda-linked Jemaah Islamiyah terror network.
The White House plans to end combat in Afghanistan in 2013, switching focus for U.S. forces on training and supporting Afghan forces.
At least 74 people were killed and hundreds injured after soccer fans rushed the field in the seaside city of Port Said Wednesday.
Officials in both Jerusalem and Washington sounded new warnings Wednesday about Iran's nuclear program and the possibility of an attack.
An Associated Press reporter saw the young man fall to the ground when a tank-like truck drove through the crowd.
One of three members of a Muslim family in Canada, convicted of killing three teenage sisters and another woman, intends to appeal the verdict.
Four British men pleaded guilty Wednesay to an al Qaeda-inspired plot to bomb the London Stock Exchange.
Russia, one of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's strongest allies, said it will veto any United Nations action against Damascus.