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Idaho Man Arrested on Charges of Terrorism
Six Arrests Made in Tanzania Church Attack
On CBN Newswatch, May 1: Three new suspects arrested in Boston bombing case, FDA Plan B ruling outrages conservatives, and more.
Three New Suspects Arrested in Boston Case
On Christian World News, April 12: Two young women who were arrested and jailed in Iran’s worst prison are telling their story. Plus, a Christian family offers forgiveness to the man who nearly killed their son. And, in France, a desperate ... ...
In iran, high-profile cases of Christian pastors being arrested, imprisoned and tortured have put the spotlight on the treatment of Christians in the Islamic republic. Now, two Iranian women are telling their story of persecution.
While working in an orphanage in Iran, pastor Saeed Abedini was arrested and eventually imprisoned for "threatening national security." His wife Naghmeh Abedini and ACLJ's Jordan Sekulow discuss the latest details of their fight for ...
Christians in Iran face arrest, torture, even death. But Sweden wants to send Iranian Christian asylum seekers back to Iran where they could be killed.
Christians in Iran face arrest, torture, and even death. Some of those Christians have been seeking asylum in Sweden, but immigration officials there are planning to send them back to Iran.
North Korea Ranked No. 1 for Christian Persecution
Joe was the pilot of the small plane that crashed and killed his entire family. Surviving was just the beginning of his journey.
Sweden Denies Asylum to Christians Facing Persecution
Victims of Pakistan Muslim Mob Attack Receive Aid
GOP: Trial of Bin Laden Spokesman Bad Precedent
Saudis Arrest Ethiopian Christians for Worshipping
This week on Christian World News: Arrested in Libya, four Christian workers are in custody for preaching the Gospel. Plus, Syrian refugees take shelter in Jordan and find compassion from a Christian ministry. Also, in the adventure of a ...
Libya Arrests Missionaries for Spreading Gospel
Citizens of the former Soviet Union face growing restrictions on their religious freedom. A panel of experts in Washington this week reported that governments are closing more churches, fining and arresting their religious leaders, and ...