68 results for 'unrest'. Showing results 1 - 18
Egypt's Coptic Christians make up about 10% of the population. Recently the historic church ordained a new leader, Pope Theodoros the Second. In an exclusive interview with CBN News, he said that in the midst of turmoil and civil unrest, his ... ...
The Egyptian army deployed tanks outside the Presidential Palace in Cairo this week. The move came after clashes between supporters and opponents of the president claimed at least six lives. The fighting centers over the sweeping new powers ... ...
Christians Say Egypt Unrest Uniting Religions
Jerusalem Dateline: The Mideast Fight for Democracy
Egyptian Judge Delays Trial of American Workers
US Threatens Cut in Aid if Egypt Tries 19 Americans
Egypt's Struggling Christians Seek Divine Intervention
More than a year after Hosni Mubarak was ousted, many Egyptians believe their revolution has stalled -- a frightening prospect for Egypt's persecuted Christians.
Fears of economic Armageddon plagued much of 2011. Mindful of current global unrest, some experts say America's financial future is up in the air.
This week on Jerusalem Dateline: Unrest continues in Egypt's Tehrir Square for the free election, Israel might strike Iran's nuclear facilities, U.S. congressional visit to Israel, Christian bikers tour the Holy Land, and more.
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Lorie Johnson: East Coast snow storms put a damper on shoppers and travelers, an artist brings his faith to the canvas, Brazilian police turn to God during unrest in Brazil, and more.
Watch Christian World News with Mark Martin. Top Stories: the earthquake aftermath in Haiti, U.K. parents upset over birth control rules, religious unrest in Nigeria, and more.
Muslims in Turkey, Iraq, and the Palestinian territories demanded Tuesday that the Pope make a 'clear' apology.
As Israel and the U.S. seek to counter Hamas by arming the rival Fatah party, Hamas is imposing an Islamist order in Gaza.
Al and Hattie Hollingsworth rose to prominence in the late ‘60s and ‘70s as business entrepreneurs. But, when misfortune struck their health and finances, they turned to the only one who could really help them recover.
Last fall, Pakistan's ambassador to the U.S. told CBN News the Waziristan Accord would be a positive step. But U.S. officials say that since that deal, al-Qaeda and the Taliban have increased their attacks into Afghanistan by some 300 percent.
Watch CBN News Tonight with Mark Martin. Top stories: charges against the alleged Fort Hood shooter, political unrest in Honduras, second thoughts on the Afghan war strategy, and more.
Watch CBN News Tonight with Mark Martin. Top Stories: recent controversy surrounding interracial marriage, political unrest in Iran, this week's movies, and more.