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Palestinian Church Forced Out of Building in East Jerusalem, Israel
Palestinian Church Forced Out of Building in East Jerusalem, Israel
Palestinian Church Forced Out of Building in East Jerusalem, Israel

Palestinian Church Forced Out Of Building In East Jerusalem

even years of harassment and attacks by hard-line Muslims have finally forced a Palestinian church in East Jerusalem out of their building, church leaders said.
 
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Woman in Yemen Burned to Death for Her Faith
Woman in Yemen Burned to Death for Her Faith
Woman in Yemen Burned to Death for Her Faith

Woman in Yemen Burned To Death For Her Faith

On the morning of June 9 in southern Yemen, Saeed woke to the sound of screaming. He shot out of bed, pushed panicked family members aside and saw his wife stumbling out of their kitchen, engulfed in flames.
 
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Somali Christian in Kenya Beaten, Thrown Off Fourth-Floor Balcony
Somali Christian in Kenya Beaten, Thrown Off Fourth-Floor Balcony
Somali Christian in Kenya Beaten, Thrown Off Fourth-Floor Balcony

Somali Christian In Kenya Beaten, Thrown Off Balcony

A secret Christian from Somalia is still in pain as he recovers from a Muslim extremist attack here that left him in a coma for five days.

 
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Nigeria Denies Boko Haram 'Caliphate' Claim
Nigeria Denies Boko Haram 'Caliphate' Claim
Nigeria Denies Boko Haram 'Caliphate' Claim

Nigeria Denies Boko Haram ‘Caliphate’ Claim

Nigerian militants have released a new video stating they have annexed a town and the surrounding countryside into what they call their "Islamic Caliphate." Officials deny the claim and the video's credibility. But some relig...
 
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Niger Minister Arrested in Baby Trafficking Investigation
Niger Minister Arrested in Baby Trafficking Investigation
Niger Minister Arrested in Baby Trafficking Investigation

Niger Politician Arrested In Child Trafficking Investigation

Niger's agriculture minister has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in a baby-trafficking network, a spokesman for his political party and legal sources said on Saturday.
 
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Hans / Pixabay
Hans / Pixabay

Modern Bread Lines: 1 In 7 Americans Rely On Food Banks

hen Mary Smallenburg, 35, of Fort Belvoir, Va., opened a package from her mother to find cereal and ramen noodles, she burst into tears. Without it, she wouldn’t be able to feed her four children. “It got to the point where ...

 
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Ebola Drug Poses Question of Ethics in Treatment
Ebola Drug Poses Question of Ethics in Treatment
Ebola Drug Poses Question of Ethics in Treatment

Ebola Drug Raises Question Of Ethics In Treatment

As the death toll from the Ebola virus disease continues to soar in several West African countries, an experimental drug called ZMapp was administered to two U.S. missionaries who contracted the virus while working with Ebola p...
 
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Bolivia’s Evangelical Christians Launch Fight for Religious Freedom
Bolivia’s Evangelical Christians Launch Fight for Religious Freedom
Bolivia’s Evangelical Christians Launch Fight for Religious Freedom

Bolivia’s Evangelical Christians Launch Fight For Religious Freedom

Evangelical Christians have begun their battle against new measures that could result in the dissolution of Protestant denominations and other groups that have ministered in Bolivia for decades.
 
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Swaziland Media Muzzled in Africa’s Last Absolute Monarchy
Swaziland Media Muzzled in Africa’s Last Absolute Monarchy
Swaziland Media Muzzled in Africa’s Last Absolute Monarchy

Media Muzzled In Africa’s Last Absolute Monarchy

Media freedom is under attack in the African kingdom of Swaziland, claim journalists who say they face constant harassment. The journalists from Africa’s last absolute monarchy say the king has throttled the media to advance hi...

 
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WHO: Ebola Crisis 'Vastly Underestimated'
WHO: Ebola Crisis 'Vastly Underestimated'
WHO: Ebola Crisis 'Vastly Underestimated'

Video: Ebola Crisis ‘Vastly Underestimated’

The World Health Organization now says the Ebola crisis that has struck West Africa and taken more than 1,000 lives has been "vastly underestimated." In addition, the Doctors Without Borders humanitarian group says the crisis i...