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On Christian World News, Feb. 8: Persecution on the rise for Christians in Eastern Europe; UK's Cameron draws fire over gay marriage vote; Homeless to hero: One pastor making history in India; and more.
En Mexico, Cristíanos ayudan a familiars y victimas de la destrucción de un edificio, Además en Iran una ola creciente de persecusión a los Cristíanos de su tierra… una iglesia Europea los refugia. Las antiguas murallas de Jerusalem son ...
Britain Will Vote on Whether to Stay in the EU
This week we examine the growing trend of mega-mosques across the West, including an on-the-ground report from Cologne, Germany, where the Islamist-led Turkish government is building what will be one the largest mosques in Europe. Also exclusive ...
France is fighting a radical Muslim group in the African nation of Mali. The international community doesn't want Mali to become a training ground for Al-Qaeda, while locals fear the imposition of Sharia law. Backed by other European nations ... ...
This week, Europe's highest court issued a mixed bag of rulings about the ways Christians can live out their faith in the workplace.
Landmark Rulings Mixed Blessing for UK Christians
On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we take a look back at the top national security and terrorism-related stories of 2012, featuring our exclusive, on-the-ground reports from Europe and Israel on the Muslim Brotherhood, ... ...
When it comes to faith, Europe has been called the new dark continent. Church attendance is very low. But revival has come to some German churches in an unexpected way.
As seen on "The 700 Club" Dec. 11: Retired Dutch official facing child rape allegations, Experts warn Christianity being marginalized in Europe, US, and more.
Critics Scoff as EU Awarded Nobel Peace Prize
There was a time when the Turkish-led Ottoman Empire ruled over a large chunk of Europe. Now some believe the Turks want to bring back those old glory days.
As European union leaders continue to fiddle in Brussels, southern Europe is beginning to burn. Greece is at risk of a growing fascist movement.
Thousands of Sephardites, descendants of Jews in Spain and Portugal, fled Europe in 1492, after a royal decree ordered them to convert to Christianity. Today, many are returning, not to Spain, but to the desert of southern Israel, in what some ...
On CBN Newswatch Sept. 19: Reaction to claims that Jesus had a wife, new information about the failed 'Fast and Furious' gun probe, anti-Semitism on the rise in Europe, and more.
Spain is swirling down the economic drain as poverty is spreading. European union officials have been trying to prevent the country from becoming another Greece.
The Siege of Vienna in 1529 was the first attempt by the Islamic Ottoman Empire, led by Suleiman the Magnificent, to take over Europe through the city of Vienna. This story details the Muslims’ miraculous defeat by the Christian army in Vienna.
State Meltdown: Greece on Brink of Total Failure