August 2013 Headlines
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CBN's "Superbook" will soon be seen on television screens in the world's largest Muslim country.
In the midst of suffering and civil war, a Syrian Christian is ministering to his countrymen via TV.
As Syrians brace themselves for a possible U.S. military attack, many of the county's Christians are praying for divine intervention.
As many high school graduates head to college this fall, a growing number take a year off instead. It's called a "gap year" and some of America's top universities support it.
An Egyptian Christian leader is calling out President Barack Obama and his administration for not speaking against the persecution of the Church by the Muslim Brotherhood.
A mob of 1,000 people destroyed a church building under construction in northern India and beat up its pastor.
There is human and satellite evidence to prove Syria used a chemical nerve agent in attacks on its people, the Obama administration announced Friday.
The majority of Egyptians do not want the Muslim Brotherhood involved in their society or in politics.
President Obama said there is no doubt that the Syrian government used chemical weapons on its own people and that a response would send a "strong signal."
Secretary of State John Kerry is asking Iran to release three U.S. citizens, including Pastor Saeed Abedini, who has been sentenced to eight years in Iran's brutal Evin prison.
Egypt's weakened Muslim Brotherhood is calling out for nationwide protests on Friday.
Firefighters are making progress against the rim fire near Yosemite National Park.
Hundreds of Colombians are choosing to get out of bed in the pre-dawn hours to walk the streets and pray passionately for their city.
The persecution of Christians continues across Iran. At least 13 Christians have been arrested since July, but the charges against them remain unknown.
Strong words are coming from the Obama administration as the United States moves closer to a military response in Syria.
A special envoy will travel to North Korea this week to seek the release of jailed American Christian Kenneth Bae.
The Pakistani girl who survived a Taliban assasination attempt last year is being given the prestigious International Children's Peace Prize.
New York and Massachusetts could be the next states to ban conversion therapy, the treatment method therapists use to help kids overcome unwanted attraction to people of the same sex.
Judging from the rhetoric coming out of the mouths of Western leaders, the United STates and its allies appear to have already decided to attack Syria.
U.N. inspectors in Syria said they were fired upon "deliberately and multiple times" as they tried to investigate the scene of a chemical weapons attack that killed hundreds.
An Iranian court has rejected the appeal of Saeed Abedini, the American pastor jailed in Iran for his Christian faith, according the ACLJ.
Leaders of the lslamist groups Gamaa Islamiya and Islamic Jihad are proposing an end to the deadly protests in Egypt.
A senior administration official said Sunday there is "very little doubt" that a chemical weapon was used by the Syrian regime against civilians in an incident that killed at least 100 people last week, but added that the president had not yet decided how to respond.
Egyptian courts heard separate cases Monday - one against deposed President Hosni Mubarak and the other against top leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Hundreds of Egypt protestors, many of them Coptic Christians, rallied in D.C., outraged over President Barack Obama's support of the Muslim Brotherhood.
President Barack Obama is calling the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria a "big event of grave concern."
The Philippines' capital is underwater as torrential rains brought massive flooding to Manila this week.
The military-backed Egyptian government ignited more tension Thursday with by releasing ousted President Hosni Mubarak from prison.
Nigeria's military says the leader of a vicious Islamic terrorist group may be dead.
Christians facing persecution in the Republic of Sudan are being flown out of the country.
A Christian family was recently attacked by Hindu extremists in Rajasthan, India.
The Egyptian government is continuing its crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, arresting more of the terror group's top leaders and allies.
In Syria, there are reports of at least 100 casualties following an alleged "poison gas" attack near the capital.
Although officials say an Egyptian court ordered ex-President Hosni Mubarak be released, it's still unclear whether prosecutors will appeal the decision.
As fighting in Syria rages on, there appears to be no end in sight to the humanitarian crisis. CBN, with a Lebanese aid organization, is helping relieve some of the stress.
Evangelical Christians and other minority faiths are targets for persecution in several former Soviet republics.
The former president of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf, has been charged in connection with the assassination of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
newspaper says British agents destroyed their newsroom hard drives after they began publishing revelations from NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
Germany will be the first country in Europe to introduce an "indeterminate" gender designation on birth certificates.
Converting to Christianity without government permission could soon be a crime in one state in India.
Egyptian authorities raided the homes of Muslim Brotherhood members Sunday in an apparent attempt to disrupt the group ahead of planned mass rallies.
Tariku Fufa was a 13-year-old asthmatic boy when his father evicted him from the house for becoming a Christian.
Officials in central New Zealand are assessing the damage caused by a 6.5 magnitude earthquake that struck the nation Friday.
The death toll is on the rise in Egypt as riot police moved in to clear camps filled with people pushing for ousted President Mohammed Morsi to be reinstated.
The United States is willing to engage North Korea to secure the release of imprisoned American Christian Kenneth Bae.
The American pastor imprisoned in Iran is suffering from increasing pain from his internal injuries.
The U.S. State Department is calling on North Korea to immediately release American tour guide and missionary Kenneth Bae.
Islamic terrorists in Nigeria are suspected in the massacre of 44 people praying in a mosque.
Kenneth Bae, a Korean-American missionary detained in North Korea for the past nine months, has been transferred from a labor camp to a hospital.
Angry Muslims tossed gasoline bombs into a Christian church and four Christian homes in southern Egypt over the weekend, wounding 15 people.
Eighteen of the 19 U.S. embassies and consulates that were closed in the Middle East and Africa because of a terrorist threat will reopen Sunday, the State Department says.
A wave of car bombings, mainly targeting cafes and markets around the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, killed 69 people celebrating the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Sixteen human rights groups are warning that more violence is about to erupt against Egypt's Christians.
Two young British school teachers in Zanzibar are being treated for severe burns Friday after being attacked with acid.
The United States has escalated its drone war in Yemen, killing 12 terror suspects in three strikes Thursday.
You may not know the name Samuel Lamb, but he was a hero of the Christian faith for millions of believers inside and outside of China.
President Barack Obama has pledged more than $195 million in additional humanitarian aid for Syria.
The family of an American detained in North Korea for the past nine months is renewing calls for his release amid growing concerns about his health.
The torture allegations come as no surprise to Egyptians demonstrators brutally beaten by pro-Morsi Islamists.
A suspected U.S. drone strike has killed another seven alleged al Qaeda terrorists in southern Yemen Wednesday.
A famous British couple is suing the Church of England so they can get married there.
The Justice Department has filed criminal charges in last year's deadly terror attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
A massive fire shut down East Africa's largest airport in Nairobi, Kenya, forcing planes to divert to other cities.
Under the cover of darkness and high security, the United States has now evacuated almost all of its personnel from Yemen on an Air Force C-17.
Two young boys in New Brunswick, Canada, were killed Monday by an escaped python.
U.S. embassies in 19 cities across the Middle East and North Africa remain on lockdown Monday and may remain so through the end of the week.
Dozens of CIA operatives were on the ground in Benghazi, Libya, the night of last year's Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate, according to a new CNN report.
Al Qaeda's leader is condemning the overthrow of President Morsi, but also blaming the ousted Egyptian leader for trying to "satisfy America" by abandoning jihad.
A powerful prayer movement is rising in the world's largest Muslim nation. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, Indonesian Christians intercede for their country.