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World Briefs

World Briefs

  Church of England votes to affirm transgender members (WNS)–Despite claims this week’s Church of England General Synod resulted in no doctrinal changes on the issue of sexuality,...
65-year-old Baptist Pastor on trial for ‘spying,’ Jailed in Burma, Falls Ill

65-year-old Baptist Pastor on trial for ‘spying,’ Jailed in Burma, Falls Ill

By Michael Ireland, YANGON, MYANMAR (ANS) — One of two assistant pastors arrested by the Burma army last Christmas Eve is suffering deteriorating health from malnutrition, sources have told...
Iran Just Accused US of Alliance With ISIS – Claim They Have Proof to Back It Up

Iran Just Accused US of Alliance With ISIS – Claim They Have Proof to Back It Up

  Senior Iranian officials have accused the US of supporting the Islamic State terrorist group and effectively forming an alliance with it, noting they have proof. By The Free Thought Project...
Newly Discovered Catacombs Offer Never-Before-Seen Depictions of Jesus

Newly Discovered Catacombs Offer Never-Before-Seen Depictions of Jesus

(CBN News) – Ancient frescoes have been rediscovered inside the 1,600-year-old Domitilla catacombs in Rome, Italy. Italian art experts used laser technology to remove old grit and grime that...
Sea of Galilee’s Record-High Salinity Shows Biblical Lake in Danger of Becoming Desolate as Prophesied

Sea of Galilee’s Record-High Salinity Shows Biblical Lake in Danger of Becoming Desolate as Prophesied

  By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz “And thy heaven that is over thy head shall be brass, and the earth that is under thee shall be iron.” Deuteronomy 28:23 The Regional Council of the Jordan Valley...
‘Unclean!’ Pakistan sewer worker dies of Ramadan non-treatment

‘Unclean!’ Pakistan sewer worker dies of Ramadan non-treatment

  Muslim hospital staff was fasting for holy month (WND) Sewer worker Irfan Masih died after being denied medical care because he was “unclean” A sewer worker who fell unconscious while...
World Briefs 7-17

World Briefs 7-17

  North Korea denies blame for Otto Warmbier’s death  (WNS)–North Korea on June 23 denied it tortured American student Otto Warmbier, who died shortly after returning to the United States...
Exploitation, graft thrive in Europe’s migrant crisis

Exploitation, graft thrive in Europe’s migrant crisis

Italy arrests mafia and charity workers for profiting off migration By Onize Ohikere   (WNS)–Italian authorities on May 15 arrested 68 people, including a priest, for working with a mafia...
Fines for worship, prison for Bible study in China

Fines for worship, prison for Bible study in China

President Xi Jinping’s crackdown on Christians continues under guise of protecting national security By Julia A. Seymour   (WNS)–Amid increasing attempts to suppress religious...
Sudanese officials bulldoze district’s last standing church

Sudanese officials bulldoze district’s last standing church

Church leaders in the Southeast say they plan to take legal action By Onize Ohikere   (WNS)–Authorities in Sudan demolished the last remaining church in the country’s southeast Soba...