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Imprisoned Pastor’s Wife Says No Deal With Iran Without Her Husband’s Freedom

Imprisoned Pastor’s Wife Says No Deal With Iran Without Her Husband’s Freedom

By Jeremy Reynalds WASHINGTON D.C. (ANS) — The fight for American Pastor Saeed Abedini’s freedom is at a critical point. Writing an article for the American Center for Law and Justice...
Baghdad Pastor Visits Tacoma, Faults US policy and Pleads with Church to Help Iraq’s Christians

Baghdad Pastor Visits Tacoma, Faults US policy and Pleads with Church to Help Iraq’s Christians

By Jeremy Reynalds TACOMA, WASHINGTON (ANS) — A summer of intense and bloody persecution has left Iraq’s diminished Christian community “a million times worse” than it was...
Ancient Prophecy Drives ISIS Battlefield Choices, Enslavement of Women

Ancient Prophecy Drives ISIS Battlefield Choices, Enslavement of Women

By Mark Ellis In northern Syria near the Turkish border lies the relatively small, nondescript town of Dabiq, home to about 3,300 people. It came as somewhat of a surprise last August when ISIS...
World News Shorts

World News Shorts

North And South Korea To Resume Talks On Saturday 4 October a top-level delegation from North Korea visited South Korea and had lunch with their South Korean counterparts. The visit has been...
US Citizen Released from North Korea

US Citizen Released from North Korea

By Michael Ireland PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA (ANS) — One of three US citizens being detained in North Korea has been released, US officials said on Tuesday, October 21. State department...
Police Raid and Shutdown Obama-Linked Radical Madrassa in Kenya

Police Raid and Shutdown Obama-Linked Radical Madrassa in Kenya

By Jim Kouri Kenyan police officers raided and shutdown a radical Sunni madrassa (Islamic school) for using an extremist Islamic curriculum. The madrassa which was targeted by police, is said to be...
God’s Powerful Answer to Prayer Among the Taliban’s People Group in Afghanistan

God’s Powerful Answer to Prayer Among the Taliban’s People Group in Afghanistan

By Mark Ellis Last year the U.S. Center for World Mission began equipping thousands of churches in Latin America to pray for the Pashtun, one of the biggest least-reached people groups in the world....
Federal Judge Upholds Marriage Law in Puerto Rico

Federal Judge Upholds Marriage Law in Puerto Rico

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich   (WNS)–A federal judge ruled in favor of Puerto Rico’s law defining marriage as between a man and a woman this week in an opinion that affirmed both...
Decisive Moment

Decisive Moment

As protesters demand democracy in Hong Kong, churches there are divided over whether to support the marchers   By June Cheng   (WNS)–When Wu Chi Wai attended seminary in then-British...
China Announces New Two-Child Policy

China Announces New Two-Child Policy

By June Cheng   (WNS)–A researcher for the Chinese government announced last week that all couples in China will be allowed to have a second child in two years, the latest easing of the...