May 2008 Headlines
BOGOTA, Colombia - Pastor Guillermo Parra challenges the notion that Colombia is only about coffee, drug lords, and violent kidnappings.
A U.S. marine has been removed from duty for handing out Christian coins to Iraqis.
SICHUAN PROVINCE, China - People in China are still digging out from the worst earthquake in decades.
Al-Qaeda operatives will reportedly release a new video that calls on Jihadists to use weapons of mass destruction against the West.
Chinese soldiers are trying to keep roads open in the aftermath of this month's huge earthquake.
The president of South Africa says his country is experiencing some of the worst violence since the end of apartheid.
There is a new worry for China in the aftermath of this month's huge earthquake.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Former Marine Oliver North says Americans don't send their sons or daughters off to fight for gold or colonial conquest. "We do it to give other people the hope of freedom, and that's what they've done here in Iraq."
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Home at last!
SICHUAN PROVINCE, China - The death toll from the China earthquake has crossed the 55,000 mark, and another 25,000 are still missing.
CBNNews.com -- Myanmar's military regime is still refusing to let U.S., British, and French warships dock and unload relief supplies, despite agreeing Friday to allow all aid workers into the country.
SICHUAN PROVINCE, China - China says the death toll from last week's deadly earthquake has surpassed 51,000, with 29,000 still missing.
It's been over a week since an earthquake devastated China's Sichuan Province, leaving over 70,000 dead, missing or buried in the rubble.
CBNNews.com - Rival Lebanese factions have agreed on steps to resolve an 18-month political crisis that pushed the country to the edge of another civil war, a Lebanese Cabinet minister said Wednesday.
LUOSHUI TOWNSIP, SICHUAN PROVINCE, China - Getting to Luoshui Village, in China's quake-stricken Sichuan Province is not easy.
Myanmar's military regime allowed the U.N. humanitarian chief into the Irrawaddy delta for a brief tour on Monday, a U.N. official said, but the junta will not allow uncontrolled access to Western relief workers.
WASHINGTON - It's back to the domestic agenda for President Bush following a five-day trip to the Middle East. But his last address there is still reverberating across the Arab world and beyond.
CBNNews.com - The people of China halted their daily activities Monday to observe a moment of silence in honor the victims of last week's earthquake.
MYANMAR - Operation Blessing has teamed up with local residents, aid workers and medical staff to help get food, water and aid to the survivors of Cyclone Nargis.
CBNNews.com - Saudi Arabia on Friday rebuffed President Bush's request to increase oil production to help lower prices, even as oil prices topped $127 a barrel.
CBNNews.com - Myanmar's official death toll from a devastating cyclone that hit nearly two weeks ago has doubled to 78,000 while another 56,000 people remain missing, state television reported Friday.
Chinese work crews continued to find survivors buried in massive mounds of rubble that once were firm buildings, Friday. Some of the survivors of China's devastating 7.9 quake had been buried for as long as four days.
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Forecasters say tropical weather threatening Burma will not develop into another cyclone, but will bring heavy rains to the already devastated area.
China's government is getting desperate in its efforts to rescue survivors of this week's massive earthquake. Officials now say the death toll could go as high as 50,000 people.
The number of people who have died from a powerful earthquake in China has risen to nearly 15,000.
WASHINGTON - With critics calling his second Middle East trip this year more symbolism than substance, President Bush will still attempt to nudge the peace process forward this week.
A Christian group in the United Kingdom is taking Google to court for blocking a pro-life advertisement, earlier this year.
The woman credited with saving 2,500 Jewish children from the Nazi Holocaust has died. Irena Sendler was 98.
In the midst of major devastations like yesterday's 7.9 earthquake in China's Sichuan Province, it's difficult not to feel a bit overwhelmed by the magnitude of the situation.
Only a fraction of the international aid sent to Myanmar, also known as Burma, is actually reaching cyclone victims, the United Nations said.
IRAQ - The Iraqi government is asking the U.S. and Iran to start talking again. Iraq is hoping the two countries can get along better to create more stability in the region, the Sacramento Bee Reports
Refugees from Kenya's ethnic clashes earlier this year still face an uphill battle.
WASHINGTON - The United Nations says the World Food Program is suspending relief shipments to Myanmar today after the military government began seizing the supplies.
China is on track to become the "Bible printing capital" of the world.
WASHINGTON - Myanmar's military government is finally granting access to the United Nations and other foreign aid groups several days after a massive cyclone devastated their country.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - Israeli President Shimon Peres received well wishes from the nations on Israel's 60th anniversary celebration.
London may be one of the most surveilled cities in the world, but that doesn't mean the city is getting safer.
The death toll in Myanmar may have reached 100,000, while about 95 percent of the country's buildings have been demolished, the top U.S. diplomat their said Wednesday.
International aid began making its way into Myanmar, Tuesday, as the death toll in the country continued to soar.
One of Myanmar's most well-known dissenters is a woman who speaks out against the military rulers in her country. Today, she was honored by the United States.
The Bush administration is offering aid relief to victims of a devastating cyclone in Myanmar, where the death toll could reach more than 10,000.
SINGAPORE - This country was once a swampy land mass. But in the past four decades, this island nation in Southeast Asia has transformed itself into a major financial and trading center.
Honor killings are on the rise in Iraq -- when families kill their women for violations of Islamic law.
With the Olympics less than 100 days away, many on Capitol Hill say China needs to improve its human rights before it hosts the games.