April 2009 Headlines
Millions of Jews from around the world gathered to celebrate passover in Jerusalem and among them were Jesus of Nazareth and his disciples.
Jerusalem itself bears witness to the greatest story ever told; the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
It's known as the "extreme sports capital of the world." New Zealand has long been a haven for adrenaline junkies and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
Egypt began slaughtering the roughly 300,000 pigs in the country Wednesday as a precautionary measure.
Thousands gathered around the world this weekend at Invisible Children rallies to bring attention to kids suffering from violence in Uganda.
A major Hezbollah terror cell has been broken up and it could have huge ramifications for the Middle East.
Israelis stopped to remember the Holocaust and to tell the world it will never happen again.
This weekend, thousands of people are expected to gather around the world to draw attention to Africa's longest-running war.
Italy's government is trying to move the upcoming Group of 8 summit to the site of a recent deadly earthquake.
The Pakistani military deployed six Frontier Constabulary platoons in northwestern Buner amid new concerns about the Taliban gaining ground in the country.
Members of Al Qaeda are calling for an attack on Jerusalem.
The Israeli military has wrapped up internal investigations into accusations of soldier misconduct in the recent war in Gaza.
For more of the CBN News interview with Dr. Calvin Beisner, click the player to see what Dr. Beisner says about the worldview and the environment.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says journalist Roxana Saberi is innocent of the charges against her and should be freed immediately.
Afghan president Hamid Karzai says a controversial law that restricts women's freedom will be changed.
Nine countries are boycotting the United Nations racism conference.
The Israeli military is one step closer to bombing Iran's nuclear sites, according to officials in the country.
President Barack Obama has returned from his Latin America summit claiming progress.
While U.S. authorities worry about drug-related violence spilling over the Mexico border, they're keeping a wary eye on Central America.
CBNNews.com - Elections are underway in India, the world's largest democracy.
In Trinidad and Tobago Friday, President Obama will join leaders from 33 countries for a Summit of the Americas.
CBNNews.com - Many economists have expected China to start moving into gold because of the dollar's decline.
CBNNews.com -- Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry is calling for more non-military aid to Pakistan.
CBNNews.com - About 300 women took to the streets of Kabul this week to protest a new law that restricts their freedom.
Egypt says it has broken up a major Hezbollah terrorist network.
BANGKOK, Thailand -- The streets in Bangkok have returned to normal just a few hours after leaders of the anti-government protestors, the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship or UDD, peacefully surrendered.
Pirates attacked another U.S. cargo ship off the coast of Somalia, Wednesday, delaying the return of the American captain freed last week from pirates in the area.
Susan Boyle may not look like a typical reality show contestant, but the unemployed church volunteer is now known around the world for her recent unexpected performance.
Protest leaders in Thailand have called off their demonstrations after days of chaos in Bangkok, the country's capital.
CBNNews.com - Somali pirates have captured four more ships in the Gulf of Aden, taking more than 60 crew members hostage in apparent retaliation for their five colleagues killed by U.S. and French naval forces during two separate rescues only days apart.
BANGKOK, Thailand -- Clashes between anti-government protesters and the military continue on the second day after Thailand's prime minister placed Bangkok and surrounding provinces under a state of emergency.
Thousands of Christian pilgrims travelled to Jerusalem to celebrate Easter Sunday.
The premier of China says his country's economy is showing what he calls, "positive changes."
Some are calling the rescue of American Captain Richard Phillips nothing short of a miracle and one that appropriately took place on Easter Sunday.
CBNNews.com - WASHINGTON - In a swift firefight on Sunday, U.S. Navy sailors rescued the American sea captain who had been held hostage by pirates off the coast of Somalia.
Thousands of Christian pilgrims are here in Jerusalem to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Now a unique ministry is taking the celebration of Easter -- and other Christian celebrations -- to the world. It's called IPrayTV and it connects viewers online to some of the most notable Christian sites in and around Jerusalem. For example, on Wednesday, April 15th, they plan to deliver the first ever live webcast from within the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
On this Good Friday, millions of Christians around the world are celebrating the passion of Jesus Christ.
Three British executives were taken hostage this week by angry workers in France after negotiations over the loss of 68 jobs collapsed.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - A research study conducted by Israel's Foreign Ministry of the 13 largest markets abroad revealed that consumers favor Israeli products.
The American captain held hostage by Somali pirates since Tuesday made a desperate attempt to escape after two days in custody, but was recaptured.
CBNNews.com - Former President Bush's AIDS initiative for Africa has saved more than 1 million lives in four years, according to a Stanford University study.
A dozen members of an Al-Qaeda cell have been arrested in England.
It's a day of mourning across Italy for the victims of this week's devastating earthquake.
Passover began Wednesday night at sundown.
Rescuers in Italy removed the last three bodies from a collapsed dormitory in L'Aquila, Italy on Thursday.
The U.S. Navy was forced to turn to the help of FBI negotiators, Thursday, as officials continued to try and recover the captain of an American ship hijacked by Somali pirates.
INSTANBUL, Turkey - The majority of American's have a negative view of Islam, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
CBNNews.com - Israel has successfully tested a missile defense system designed to protect the country against an Iranian attack.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus are calling for an end to the U.S. embargo against Cuba.
The destroyer USS Bainbridge arrived at the Somalia coast just before dawn, Thursday, hoping to aid in the release of a U.S. ship hijacked by Somali pirates Wednesday.
Two Somali American men who left the U.S. to join an al Qaeda-linked terrorist group held a "press conference" last weekend.
Before returning to the United States, President Obama made a surprise visit with American troops in Baghdad.
International investor George Soros says it may not be a bad idea to replace the dollar as the reserve currency of the world.
President Obama is wrapping up his first overseas trip Tuesday.
Strong aftershocks continued to shake Italy, Tuesday, as crews searched through rubble for survivors following an earthquake in the country early Monday morning.
Turkish authorities have reportedly foiled an assassination plot against U.S. President Barack Obama.
The video of the flogging of a teenage girl by the Taliban in Pakistan is causing an uproar.
North Korea may have failed to put its latest rocket into space, but it flew twice as far as any other it's launched.
The death toll continued to rise in Italy, Monday, after a powerful earthquake sent buildings tumbling to the ground.
ISTANBUL, Turkey -- President Barack Obama's trip to Turkey this week is a milestone.
ISTANBUL, Turkey - Turkey's famous and very busy Bosphorus Sea is a body of water that literally divides the city of Istanbul in two. On one side lies Europe, on this side lies Asia. And when president Obama comes to Turkey this weekend, he will find a nation literally divided between those who want to embrace the West and democracy and those who would prefer to embrace the Middle East and Asia.
Some will argue that after 60 years NATO is stronger than ever. They point to the Eastern Europe expansion and Nato's presence in Afghanistan. But critics say NATO is a shell of its former self.
STRASBURG, France -- President Barack Obama is now in France shifting gears from the economy to foreign policy.
CBNNews.com - Kids across the Middle East can now watch Christian television programs.
Many children's TV programs in the Middle East are anti-semitic and anti-American.
LONDON - World leaders promised, Thursday, to provide billions of dollars in emergency loans to boost the global economy, but failed to heed to President Obama's suggestion at new stimulus spending.
CBNNews.com - Global security may not have been on the G-20's official agenda but the topic was not ignored.
The Obama's had afternoon tea with Queen Elizabeth, Wednesday.
CBNNews.com - The White House has announced that President Obama will visit China and Moscow later this year.
If several U.S. Senators have their way, American citizens will soon be able to travel freely to Cuba.
President Barack Obama will be at the center of the world stage Wednesday as the G-20 economic summit gets set to kick off in London.
JERUSALEM -- Nearly thirteen years after he first took office, Benjamin Netanyahu is once again the prime minister of Israel.