February 2009 Headlines
A U.N. backed court has found three of the top masterminds of the conflict in West Africa guilty of war crimes.
CBNNews.com—JERUSALEM—Kadima party leader Tzipi Livni walked out of unity coalition talks Friday with Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu, saying her party will join the loyal opposition rather than unite with Netanyahu's Likud-led coalition.
President Obama wants to pull most U.S. troops out of Iraq by August of 2010.
Benjamin Netanyahu plans to cut taxes for Israelis.
You've seen him deliver hard-hitting commentary on Fox News, where he also hosts an award-winning show called War Stories. But LtCol. Oliver North is a bestselling author as well.
CBNNews.com - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is urging China to continue investing in America.
President Obama has made it clear that al Qaeda is a top target in the War on Terror.
CBNNews.com - Sharia, or Islamic law, is gradually working its way into public life in Islamic and non-Islamic nations around the world.
CBNNews.com - Israel's President Shimon Peres has chosen former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to assemble Israel's next government.
The Obama administration has made clear that it plans to open talks with Iran, and has already been reaching out to Syria, the country's closest ally.
CBNNews.com - United Nations officials have confirmed that Iran has stockpiled enough enriched uranium to make one nuclear bomb.
The Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at President Bush says he did so to "restore the pride" of Iraqis.
It seems certain now that Israel's President Shimon Peres will ask former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to lead Israel's next government.
A recent study revealed that Afghan civilian casualties spiked by 40 percent last year.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - Outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert convened the Security Cabinet Wednesday morning to hone the government's position on the release of kidnapped IDF (Israel Defense Forces) Corporal Gilad Shalit as an essential component of a cease-fire arrangement with Hamas.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is looking to boost America's ties with Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation.
CBNNews.com - DUBAI - The American Tennis Channel has decided not to televise this week's Barclays Dubai tennis championships because of a last-minute decision by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to forbid Israeli tennis player Shahar Pe'er from entering the country.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Critics say the freedom to criticize Islam in Europe has been put in jeopardy after Dutch politician Geert Wilders was banned last week from entering Britain because of his attacks on Islam.
Geert Wilders, the Dutch politician known for his short-film criticizing the Quran, was denied entry into Britain, Thursday.
CBNNews.com - Australia residents started returning home, Wednesday, after a massive wildfire charred more than three states in the country.
A New Year's fireworks display in China went terribly wrong, Monday, as it set fire to one of Beijing's most prominent buildings.
CBNNews.com - Cash strapped consumers have boosted sales for the nation's top hamburger chain.
CBNNews.com - CBN News recently sat down with Israel's Ambassador to the United States, Sallai Meridor, at CBN News's Washington, D.C. bureau to discuss the gathering dangers Israel is facing as it prepares to elect a new government. Among other topics, we addressed Hamas, the possibilities of a peace deal with Syria, and the country Israel refers to as the greatest threat to its security: Iran.
Early poll results in Israel show the outcome of the country's pivotal election held Tuesday is still too close to call.
The raging Australian wildfires burn brightest at night. But by day, their damage is what's easiest to see.
CBNNews.com - Australia's raging brush fires have killed more than 165 people. But firefighters expect the death toll to climb over the next few days.
CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - This week, Israelis will elect a new national government, one that will shape the future of the Jewish state at an unprecedented time in its history.
CBNNews.com - A senior Iranian advisor tells The Financial Times that they won't talk with the Obama administration if the U.S. tries to persuade Iran to halt its uranium production.
In recent months, the U.S. war on terror in Pakistan has focused on the tribal border areas.
CBNNews.com - The Japanese electronics maker Panasonic is slashing 15,000 jobs as another sign of the global economic slowdown.
CBNNews.com - A new public opinion poll reveals that belief in creationism is widespread throughout Britain.