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Persecution on the Rise for Christians in Eastern Europe
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 ...
Gennady Terkun a former Satanist, and Russian hit man, has been on a mission to bring peace to the southwest corner of Russia.
Ex-Satanic Russian Hitman Fights for Peace
Book Claims Obama Mentor Was a Communist
Three years after Swedish authorities took Christer and Annie Johansson's son for the "offense" of home schooling, some are likening the nation to the Soviet Union.
NASA Honors John Glenn's Historic 1962 Orbit
Putin Protesters Eye Russia's Soviet Days
'Project Hope' Helps Former Soviet Union Kids
In the former Soviet Union, hundreds of thousands of children live on the streets. Now one ministry is bringing them hope in the form of a Christmas gift.
Christians in the Central Asia say the harsh treatment they are receiving is reminiscent of the Communist era.
Katusha rockets destoryed the Tchekloff’s home in northern Israel. But, Operation Blessing was able to help.
It's being called one of the largest evacuations since World War II, as thousands of Americans, Europeans, and Canadians flee the devastation in Lebanon. CBN News has also learned that Iran has a Russian built submarine in the water off Lebanon.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy called the birth of modern Israel a "miracle," and said it was probably the central event of the 20th century.
In Russia, some Christians aren't allowed to have church buildings. One congregation in Moscow has been fighting to build a church for 15 years.
One vicious attack created a deep anger among the citizens of Beslan, and a desire for revenge against the people of Chechnya, where the terrorists came from. But one Christian church near Beslan is showing compassion instead.
The Soviet Union collapsed in late 1991, but former agents of the KGB survived. Some are using a little known province in the former Soviet state of Moldova to smuggle arms to the Middle East.
As many as one million people, mostly women and children, are traded for forced sex or servitude in countries from Asia to the former Soviet Union to Europe to the Middle East.