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For twelve years, a prayer marathon has brought Christians together in the South American country of Paraguay. Twenty-four hours of uninterrupted prayer, involves thousands of people from all Christian denominations in 85 locations around the ...
Iran, Hezbollah Tentacles Reaching Latin America
Like Iran, the terrorist group Hezbollah is committed to the U.S.'s demise. Now both are spreading their tentacles across Latin America and could go operational at any moment.
In South America, an epic drama came to an end this week when 33 trapped miners emerged from captivity. They'd spent more than 2 months underground and came out to a hero's welcome. For many it was a life-changing experience.
Over the objections of Catholics and evangelicals Argentina’s lawmakers made their country the first in South America to legalize gay marriage.
Despite assurances from the seafood industry, consumers are a bit worried about the safety of fish.
Casa Ruiz is a South American coffee plantation built on Christian principles. In existence for 30 years, this environmentally friendly and socially conscious family-owned business still seeks to bring customers excellent coffee.
While he's become a popular figure among anti-American forces around the world, Iran’s president is getting a different reception at home.
This week, Christians cried out for peace in Bolivia, as the country came to the brink of civil war.
Dede discusses the life and challenges of a pastor's wife.
As CBN News reports, some Jews are now returning from the world's two most populous nation’s China and India.
Charity Aid Group Builds Houses in Peru
'Palestine' Declarations a Strategy to Deny Israel?
Aid Groups Working Together in Chile Quake Relief
Compassion Fights Disease in Bolivia
U.S. Worried Venezuela May Spark Arms Race
Lost Tribes of Jews from China, India Make 'Aliyah'