August 2012 Headlines
Roopa Raju, an 18-year-old Indian girl who picked trash by day, by night was forced to sell her body. Find out what happened when she encountered Christ.
When a fire destroyed thousands of dollars of medicine at a Christian hospital in Africa in 2009, a U.S. couple set out on a quest to send them a used fire truck.
Thousands of Syrians are racing to escape the violence of civil war. As these refugees seek safety, Christians in Jordan are stepping in to bring them help and hope.
From Nazism to communism, Germany has seen its share of radical ideologies over the years. Now the nation faces a new threat: Salafism.
In an apparent show of support for Iran, Egypt's President Morsi said it was a nation's right to develop nuclear energy as long as it was in keeping with international protocols.
As EU officials try to figure out how to rescue Greece, people continue to suffer. Many fear the problems are so deep, nothing will able to stop a total state meltdown.
In Pakistan, a young girl is behind bars and an entire Christian community is hiding in the woods. The reason? The girl is accused of blaspheming the Koran.
Six Army soldiers have been disciplined for burning Korans at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan last year.
Possibly hundreds of Christians are hiding in a forest in Pakistan after a girl in their community was accused of blasphemy.
Pastor Sunday Adelaja, who leads what is believed to be the largest evangelical church in Eastern Europe, is facing possible arrest in Ukraine.
Taliban insurgents beheaded 17 Afghan civilians while celebrating in Afghanistan, over the weekend. The Taliban wanted to stop the music.
As the Gulf Coast is making preparations for Tropical Storm Isaac Monday, the Caribbean is still reeling from the storm's deadly impact.
The Iraqi city of Mosul is now the most violent area in the country, and much of the attacks there are directed at Christians.
Tropical Storm Isaac has left Haiti, but a path of destroyed tents, flooded streets, and the deadly threat of cholera remains.
Mass killer Anders Behring Breivik has been sentenced to prison for killing 77 people in the brazen shooting rampage in Norway last year.
Haiti is once again facing the threat of natural disaster as forecasters predict Isaac will strike the island nation with hurricane-force strength by Friday night.
Civilians in Syria are faring the worst in the nation's civil war, according to new report from the human rights group Amnesty International.
A Christian girl in Pakistan has been sent to prison for allegedly desecrating the Koran.
Syria's civil war has spilled across the border into Lebanon, a country that has battled its own civil war for 15 years.
For more than a month, residents in Niger have suffered deadly flooding, and officials don't expect much relief in coming days.
Meles Zenawi, who served as Ethiopia's Prime Minister for more than 20 years, died on Monday. He was 57.
President Obama warned Syria that the threat of chemical or biological warfare would force his administration to take military action.
Rockets fired by Afghan militants hit the chairman of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff's airplane in Afghanistan Monday.
Gen. Martin Dempsey's visit came just one day after another American was killed by authorities in Afghanistan.
Imprisoned Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani will face yet another court appearance in less than a month to answer to the "charges brought against him."
Hamburg, Germany, has become the first city in the country to officially recognize Islamic holidays by allowing Muslims employees and students to take time off to celebrate.
A newly recruited Afghan village policeman opened fire on his American allies on Friday, killing two U.S. service members minutes after they handed him his official weapon in an inauguration ceremony.
Out of 132 patients being operated on in Indonesia recently, only one is Christian. The other 131 are Muslims being helped by CBN's Operation Blessing.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is safe from both U.S. and British authorities as Ecuador granted him political asylum Thursday.
In America, the Tea Party has been very successful in winning elections. Now members of a new party in Australia are hoping to do the same.
Seven American troops and four Afghans died in a Black Hawk helicopter crash on Thursday in southern Afghanistan.
Hoping to send a message to President Bashar al-Assad's few remaining supporters in the country, Syrian rebels have adopted a new tactic of taking hostages.
The Conference of European Rabbis has asked Apple to pull an app based on a notorious anti-Semitic forgery.
More than 3,000 people were injured by the 6.4 and 6.3 magnitude earthquakes that shook the nation's mountainous northeast region this weekend.
As age 6, Lopez Lomong escaped a Sudanese prison camp and eventually made it to the U.S. Then, he worked his way to become an American Olympian.
New Zealand middle distance runner Lucy Van Dalen is giving God the credit for helping her make it to the London Olympics.
As London is swept by Olympic fever, a team of more than 300 Christians are demonstrating their faith by helping thousands of visitors travelling throughout the bustling city.
Christians in Nigeria faced yet another church attack Monday night, this time resulting in at least 19 deaths.
Leading Islamist Anjem Choudary has been called the face of Islam in the United Kingdom. Now he's warning Islam will soon dominate America and the world.
Powerful monsoon rains battered the Philippine capital of Manila causing widespread flooding and triggering landslides that left at least 15 people dead.
Government troops launched one of their biggest ground attacks yet on rebel held areas in Aleppo, Syria's largest city.
Despite falling nearly 45 seconds behind the winner, Sarah Attar got a huge applause from the stadium crowd.
Heavy rains are adding to woes in the Philippines this week, only days after a typhoon saturated the country's capital and nearby villages.
The Brotherhood has been active in the West for decades. CBN News traveled to Europe to discover how the group got here and what it has planned.
Iranian state television on Monday showed several suspects who supposedly confessed to killing five nuclear scientists in 2010.
Terrorists have used sports drinks, shoes, and underwear to hide explosives. Now, Spain says three terror suspects were experimenting with ultralight planes.
Kofi Annan is quitting his role as the United Nation's peace envoy for Syria, citing his frustration with the lack of unity in the U.N Security Council.
The United states will increase its military funding to combat terrorism in Africa following mounting terror threats from splintered al Qaeda groups across the continent.
A United Nations treaty meant to regulate international arms trade is on hold after member states failed to reach an agreement.
An Iranian pastor imprisoned for his faith is being denied medical attention for his deteriorating health.