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Christians, Israeli Jews Fight Persecution Together
On CBN Newswatch July 24: A new gun debate brews after the Colorado theater shooting, concern of a UN treaty impacting the right to bear arms, what must be done to stop genocide in South Sudan, and more.
The United Nations calls India "the most dangerous place on Earth for a girl.” Every twelve seconds, a baby girl is aborted in India. That’s seven thousand killed every day by their own parents. The terrible question is: Why are these parents ...
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for May 4, the top headlines from CBN News include -- A Global Genocide against Christians Underway?, Dr. Jeremiah: 'When We Pray, God Goes into Action,' and more.
On this week's Christian World News: President Obama launches a new campaign to stop genocide around the world, remembering prison evangelist Chuck Colson, homeschooling families leaving Sweden, and more.
Obama Vows to 'Always Be There' for Israel
On Monday’s CBN Newswatch: President Obama’s plan to stop genocide worldwide, the Eurozone scrambles to avoid financial collapse, remembering the life and legacy of Chuck Colson, and more.
A Global Genocide against Christians Underway?
Eugenics: America's Past Genocide of Poor Minorities
Brotherhood's 'Lenin' Plotting Islamic Super-State
Aline Umegwaneza survived the genocide in Rwanda, most of her family did not. This is her story of survival and forgiveness.
Elaine Riddick is one of thousands of minorities sterilized in the name of "eugenics," or selective breeding that took place in the U.S. for nearly 50 years.
Actor George Clooney spoke to CBN News about why he fears the Sudan could return to a civil war if peace is not reached soon.
A man who helped his family survive the Cambodian genocide is now helping others out of spiritual darkness.
From amid the ashes and charred bones of his murdered friends, Burundi runner Gilbert Tuhabonye recounts how he pulled his burning body free from the carnage to run his most important race—the race for his own life.
After years of division, deadlock, corruption, and accusations of widespread failure, the U.N.'s next secretary-general is vowing to restore trust in the world body.
This is part two of the testimony of a woman caught in the middle of the Rwanda genocide.
This is part one of the testimony of a woman caught in the middle of the Rwanda genocide.