April 2013 Headlines
One North Korean defector says the best way to pray for the North in these tense times is to remember underground believers who work quietly in the shadows.
A powerful blast rocked the Syria's capital city of Damascus, killing 13 people. It's the latest violence in a civil war that has killed more than 70,000 people.
Saeed Abedini, the U.S pastor imprisoned for his faith in Iran, is now in solitary confinement after petitioning Evin Prison about its inhumane conditions.
The Northern Ireland Assembly rejected a motion for gay marriage to be legally recognized in the province Monday.
The CIA has given tens of millions of dollars in cash to Afghan President Hamid Karzai over the last decade.
The stone-throwing mob surrounded a Coptic church south of Cairo this weekend to protest a romance between a Christian man and a Muslim woman.
CBN News has learned new information about what led to the release of an imprisoned Iraqi pastor named Pastor Jamal.
Thirty-thousand Irish citizens converged on Dublin in January to tell the government to leave Ireland's pro-life law alone.
God often uses ordinary people to do His extraordinary work. It's a concept that Angus Buchan knows well.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., is calling for the White House to take action against Syria.
Three British Muslims were jailed Thursday in London for traveling to Pakistan for terrorism training.
CBN Disaster Relief is helping victims of the latest earthquake in China.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the US has evidence that chemical weapons were used in Syria.
For many years Christians in Tanzania have felt safe worshipping, given the country's Christian majorities. Now, their security is waning following a wave of persecution.
House Republicans say former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton bears responsibility for last September's attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
French lawmakers voted Tuesday to legalize gay marriage. This comes after months of heavy debate and protests that flooded the streets of Paris.
Abdi Ali Hamzah, an Iraqi pastor imprisoned for nearly two years, is free due to the efforts of a U.S. ministry and an Oklahoma senator.
After weeks of heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, it appears North Korea may be ready to talk, but with conditions.
Two men accused of a plotting a terrorist attack against a passenger train that runs from Canada to New York are due in court Tuesday.
Russian authorities warned the United States in 2011 that Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev had become: "follower of radical Islam."
Swedish family heavily fined for home-schooling, now they're appealing to European court of Human Rights.
Rescuers and relief teams are rushing supplies to rural provinces in China after a deadly earthquake over the weekend.
A powerful earthquake struck the steep hills of China's southwestern Sichuan province Saturday, leaving at least 186 people dead and more than 11,000 injured.
Watchdog groups are warning those eager to help victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy to beware of scam artists pretending to be charities.
Former presidential candidate Nelson Zavala was stripped of all political rights for saying publicly that homosexuals can change.
In Washington D.C., American Coptics gathered in front of the White House to demand justice for Egyptian Christians.
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is being laid to rest Wednesday with full military honors.
The family of imprisoned Pastor Saeed Abedini has reported to the American Center for Law and Justice that his condition is worsening.
New Zealand parliament approved same sex marriage Wednesday making it the 13th country in the world to do so and the first in the Asia-Pacific region.
New reports show Iran's main uranium enrichment facility has tripled their installations of high-tech machines to more than 600.
An afternoon in a bustling shopping center in Seoul gives the impression the West is more concerned about North Korea than most South Koreans.
Turkish pianist and composer Fazil Say faces jail time after being convicted Monday of blasphemy and inciting hatred.
Twenty-one US service members were injured Tuesday morning after a "hard landing" near North Korea.
The head of a Muslim extremist group says he's happy to see the horror in America after the bombings in Boston.
In the streets of Paris Christians kneel and pray, asking God to deliver France from a same-sex marriage bill that they believe will amount to a new French revolution.
At least 46 people were killed in a major earthquake that hit the Iran-Pakistan border Tuesday.
The socialist revolution in Venezuela may continue after a razor-thin special presidential election.
South Korea's Pastor Baik Kyung Sam of World Loving Church says prayer, not politics, is the only solution for lasting peace on the Korean peninsula.
A Lion Air plane carrying more than 100 passengers and crew overshot a runway on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Saturday and crashed into the sea, injuring nearly two dozen people.
A Syrian government airstrike on a town in the country's northwest killed at least 18 people Saturday.
Questions remain about North Korea's nuclear capabilities and if they will attempt a missile launch soon.
Uruguay is now the third country in the America's to legalize gay marriage; 71 out of 92 members of the county's chamber of deputies voted in favor of the measure.
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's legacy as a political titan and cultural icon remains intact in the U.K. and around the world.
Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va. is calling on President Obama to speak up for Egypt's persecuted Christians.
This week in Washington, DC, two Iranian Christian women told their own story of persecution at the hands of the Iranian authorities.
The North Korean missile that has South Korea and its allies in the region on high-alert is gassed up and ready to fly, according to a U.S. official.
The U.S. is expected to increase aid to Syrian rebels. The Obama administration will likely provide body armor and night vision goggles.
South Korea's Defense Ministry says North Korea could fire a missile any day.
North Korea is warning foreigners to leave South Korea because it says the two countries are on the brink of war.
Iran announced two new projects Tuesday to ramp up its nuclear program, including a plan to expand the country's ability to extract and process uranium.
A 6.3 magnitude earthquake is being blamed for at least 32 deaths and 850 injuries in Bushehr, Iran. The quake struck 60 miles south of the country's only nuclear power plant.
The head of Egypt's Coptic Church is criticizing the country's Islamist president over his response to sectarian violence, which killed at least five Christians.
American Pastor Saeed Abedini, imprisoned in Iran for his Christian faith, is being denied medical treatment.
Parents in Mexico are concerned about violent TV programming. Now executives are opening their channels to a different kind of children's show.
North Korea said it would suspend operations Monday at a factory it has run jointly with the South. Meanwhile, China had hard words for the communist regime.
Clashes between Egyptian Muslims and Christians erupted early Saturday in a town near Cairo, leaving at least five people dead, security officials said.
The EU's foreign policy chief says that nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers have failed to reach an agreement.
The Pentagon is trying to dial back rising tensions between North Korea and the United States.
Kidnappers are targeting Christians in a southern province in Egypt.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela was discharged from a hospital on Saturday after an improvement in his health following treatment for pneumonia.
As the world watches Syria implode from a brutal civil war, missionaries are at the front lines to bring comfort to more than a million people who have escaped the fighting.
Christians in central Nigeria are appealing for prayer after a new round of violence left as many as 80 people dead during the Easter season.
The war of words continues to escalate on the Korean Peninsula while the US beefs up its presence there by sending in additional warships.
North Korea is the most hostile place for Christians around the globe, according to the annual "World Watch" list from the Open Doors Organization.
Leaders from six world powers met on Thursday with Iranian officials to negotiate the country's nuclear program.
Pyongyang's decision Tuesday to refuse South Korean workers access to a joint factory follows repeated threats to attack Seoul and the United States.
Last month marked the deadliest month in Syria since protests against President Bashar al-Assad's regime began two years ago.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un upped the ante Tuesday, vowing to re-start a dormant reactor in the nation's main nuclear facility.
CBN's animated children's series "Superbook" received a powerful audience response after its first airing in Mexico this weekend.