October 2012 Headlines
Talk about coexistence among religions and cultures is prevalent these days. It sounds good, but is it possible? Author Robert Stearns says "no."
A retired high-ranking Dutch official is being honored for his work. But human rights advocates say he doesn't deserve praise; he deserves prison.
Seven people are dead and at least 100 others were injured after a suicide bomber ran an SUV filled with explosives into a Catholic church during mass Sunday.
Pakistani teen, Malala Yousufzai, who was shot in the head by the Taliban earlier this month, received support from some high powered politicians Wednesday.
A report by a Chinese think tank says that by 2015, families should be allowed to have two children and that by 2020, all restrictions on birth should be lifted.
Iran's regular army has begun a two-day ground and air military exercise aimed at upgrading its combat readiness against possible attacks.
Two NATO soldiers were shot and killed by a man wearing an Afghan police uniform on Tuesday.
A 30-minute film produced by CBN's Costa Rica office is bringing people to Christ.
Spain is reeling from one of the worst crimes since World War II. Hundreds of thousands of infants stolen and sold on the black market. Now the victims want justice.
Al Qaeda's leader is calling on Muslims to kidnap Westerners in exchange for the release of captured terrorists.
Former Israeli Ambassador to Egypt, Zvi Mazel warned that Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood are methodically taking over the country's institutions.
A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a mosque in northern Afghanistan on Friday, killing 36 people and wounding 23, officials said.
Christian Aid reports that a band of Sunni Muslim militants stormed into a house church meeting in October. They shot and killed a pastor and his wife and three children.
For more than 22 years, Operation Christmas Child has sent shoeboxes full of goodies to children in more than 100 countries. It'll reach a milestone this year with its 100 millionth shoebox.
Nigerian Christian leaders in America are demanding the U.S. government label the group Boko Haram a terrorist organization.
An Egyptian court has asked to disband a panel tasked with writing a new constitution. Critics claim the body is dominated by Islamists, including the Muslim Brotherhood.
The family of the Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban are seeing the girl for the first time since the attack.
CBN's Operation Blessing International is taking steps to prevent another cholera outbreak from spreading in Haiti in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Supporters of traditional marriage in France protested the government's push to legalize gay marriage and give homosexual couples the right to adopt.
The secretary of state responded to the new emails that have surfaced on the Sept. 11 consulate attack, saying too much emphasis shouldn't be put on one document.
The White House had information that Islamic radicals were claiming credit for the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, two hours after the assault began.
The Taliban is targeting a second young girl in Pakistan known her women's rights activism and pro-education stance.
Egypt's President Morsi has come under fire for attending a sermon where a Muslim cleric called for the "destruction and the dispersal of the Jews."
An Associated Press photographer reportedly saw dozens of gunmen roaming the streets of a mostly Sunni neighborhood of Beirut Monday.
Earlier this month, Egyptian Christians gathered for an urgent time of fasting and prayer, seeking God's protection from the rising influence of Islam on Egyptian society.
The ongoing violence in Syria is spilling over its borderes. Recent examples show an escalating conflict in the Middle East that could soon erupt into a regional war.
Pope Benedict XVI added seven more saints onto the roster of Catholic role models, saying their example would strengthen the church.
New information released today on the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya suggest Washington knew it was not caused by a derogatory film on Islam on YouTube.
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager shot in the head by the Taliban, has been able to stand with help for the first time.
The terror attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya was the deadliest blow against diplomatic personnel in decades and has led to finger-pointing over who knew what when.
A Christian politician has made history in the world's largest Muslim nation by winning an election to one of the nation's highest posts.
Lebanon's prime minister linked the massive car bomb that tore through Beirut to the civil war in neighboring Syria.
The radical Islamist group Boko Haram may be the source of violence against Chinese workers in Nigeria.
In Northern Ireland, police erected barriers as hundreds gathered to protest the country's first abortion clinic.
The Philippines government and the nation's largest Muslim rebel group took the first steps to creating a lasting peace in the war-torn southern Philippines this week.
Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai said Thursday that Afghan security forces are ready to take full control of their country's security. But military experts question that.
Security forces in Shiraz, Iran, raided a private home and arrested seven Christians for holding a prayer meeting.
CBN News recently spoke with a risng star in Israeli politics who had some tough words for the Obama administration.
Islam is making inroads in Haiti, a country that's been dominated by Catholic, Protestant, and even Voodoo religions.
Birmingham, England's Queen Elizabeth Hospital is on high alert after two people tried to get in to see an injured Pakistani teenager.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defended the White House against accusations it didn't do enough to protect the U.S. Consulate in Libya, saying she takes full blame.
A 14-year-old Pakistani girl remains in critical condition and her skull and neck wounds are serious enough that authorities decided on a prolonged stay out of the country.
A new version of an old virus is infecting computers in Iran and around the Middle East. Y-Net News reports the new virus is linked to the Flame virus from this summer.
South Africa's Anglican Archbishop is working to end child marriages.
Republican lawmakers continue to pressure the White House for answers over the attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.
Security experts warn that the United States faces the real danger of a massive attack by foreign cyber terrorists.
The Moro Islamic Liberation Front has fought for an independent Islamic state for decades. This is a major step designed to end that long-running insurgency.
There was a time when the Turkish-led Ottoman Empire ruled over a large chunk of Europe. Now some believe the Turks want to bring back those old glory days.
A 14-year-old Pakistani activist shot by Taliban forces on her way home from school is in satisfactory condition Friday. But doctors say the next few days are critical.
While many are concerned about the political changes sweeping the Islamic world, some Christians are seeing another kind of revolution shaking the region.
Egypt's Christians marked the one-year anniversary of the Maspero massacre this week by demanding justice for those killed.
In the world's largest Muslim nation, changing your faith can bring lots of trouble. For one man it meant almost losing his identity.
The EU has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts to promote peace and democracy, even as the continent is in the midst of its biggest debt crisis since the 1950s.
A drive-by shooting Thursday that killed a top Yemeni security official who worked at the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa has raised concern that al Qaeda militants are bouncing back.
A 14-year-old Pakistani activist is in critical condition after being shot by Taliban forces on her way home from school. Pakistans expressed their outrage over the shooting.
As European union leaders continue to fiddle in Brussels, southern Europe is beginning to burn. Greece is at risk of a growing fascist movement.
European nations are continuing to struggle in the continent's economic crisis.
Defense officials said the forces in Jordan are made up of 100 military planners and other personnel who stayed on in the country after an annual exercise in May.
Lawmakers are demanding answers on whether requests for more security in Libya were ignored and why the White House claimed the attack was sparked by an anti-Islam film.
Many Egyptian Christian women fear they'll be targets for abduction and forced marriage by Muslims. CBN News traveled to Cairo to investigate the trafficking of Coptic women.
A State Department document shows the U.S. Embassy in Libya had deep concerns about security prior to the fatal attack on September 11.
A radical Egyptian-born Muslim preacher appeared in a New York courtroom Saturday, facing multiple terrorism charges.
President Hugo Chavez put to rest any doubts about his political touch in winning a third consecutive six-year term after a bitterly fought race against a youthful rival.
Military working dogs have become an integral part of the U.S. military's efforts in the war on terror. But what happens when one is hurt in the line of duty?
Christian college students in Nigeria were executed this week by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram, according to Open Doors USA, a ministry to the persecuted church.
Election polls are predicting a tight contest this Sunday as Venezuelans vote for their next president. The politics have created sharp divisions even in the evangelical church.
A 12-year prayer marathon has brought Christians together in the South American country of Paraguay, giving evidence of a spiritual revival.
An Egyptian-born Islamic preacher faced terrorism charges in a New York courtroom after he and four other terror defendants were extradited overnight from Britain to the U.S.
Mohammad Ali Dadkhah represented Pastor Nadarkhani throughout his years of unjust imprisonment, but now faces lengthy prison time himself.
Iranian riot police have been deployed at key intersections in the capital of Tehran after police clashed with protestors angry over the Iranian economy.
GOP House leaders say U.S. diplomats in Libya repeatedly asked for more security at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi before the deadly attack on Sept 11.
Foreign embassy attacks are continuing as Muslims act out in retaliation for an anti-Islam film and other negative portrayals of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
The move is part of a group of French government reforms aimed at making abortions more accessible for all women.
An explosive device was set off in a Sunday school class full of children at a Kenyan church. One child was killed and at least three seriously wounded.