Russian troops are trying to “break through” Ukrainian defensive positions northwest and east of Kyiv in an attempt to advance toward the capital city, the Ukrainian armed forces said on Monday.
Ukraine’s embattled President Volodymyr Zelensky says his nation inflicted “powerful blows” and “significant losses” on invading Russian troops, but many Ukrainians continue to suffer relentless airstrikes and shelling.
Cybercrime officials in Pakistan last week arrested a Christian man on a false allegation of blaspheming Islam’s prophet Muhummad, and then tortured him until he confessed to the crime he did not commit, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.
A Russian court on Monday has banned Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, for alleged “extremist activities,” rendering its operations inside Russia illegal.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russia of genocide after a Russian airstrike hit a children’s hospital in Ukraine’s besieged southern city of Mariupol.
A 20-year old woman who converted from Islam to Christianity in northern Iraq was murdered on March 7, in what appears to be an honor killing by Muslim relatives, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. The daughter of a Muslim cleric, Iman Sami was found murdered after she posted a Tik Tok video of herself singing Christian songs.
In what has been described as an extraordinarily courageous step, hundreds of evangelical Christians in Russia have signed an open petition calling on Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop his invasion of Ukraine, Christianity Today (CT) reports.
As Christians in Ukraine look to Jesus amid the Russian invasion launched on Thursday, the Kyiv Theological Seminary has called on believers around the world to pray for the country and for the Ukrainian church, Christian Headlines (CH) reports.
Thousands of Hungarian Christians rallied Sunday near Finland’s embassy in Budapest against the “hate speech” trial of two prominent Finns who publicly quoted the Bible on homosexuality.
A tense stand-off continued Thursday after Canada’s prime minister said ongoing mass protests by truckers against COVID-vaccine mandates must stop.
A Canadian movement of truckers protesting the country’s vaccine mandate has inspired a similar protest in the U.S., with a convoy expected to arrive at the nation’s capital next month. That movement, though, sparked controversy beyond its protest this weekend after a run-in with the popular online fundraiser, GoFundMe.
Members of a New York City church are grieving and praying after a 40-year-old man was charged with killing his mother, who was also the pastor.
A Christian man who spent four years in a Pakistani jail “without a fair trial” was freed on bail, raising hope for other inmates in a similar situation, activists told Worthy News Thursday.
The pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas has extended forgiveness to a vandal who caused between $100,000 – $300,000 damage to the church building on Christmas Eve, CBN reports. Pastor Eric Borchers said the attack would not stop his congregation from enjoying Christmas services as parishioners rallied to clean up the damage.
Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced on Friday that the country’s vaccination campaign for children aged 5-11 will debut on Tuesday.
Hungary’s government is going the extra mile to spread its propaganda ahead of elections next year: It’s forcing students to watch a government-friendly film about a former prime minister who lied and still plays a vital role in the opposition.
Sierra Leone was plunged into mourning after at least 99 people died and more than 100 were injured when an oil tanker truck exploded near the capital, officials said.
Social media giant Facebook says it will change its company name amid controversy over services that critics say are biased, can be addictive to especially youngsters, and infringe on privacy.
Seventy-nine-year-old Pastor Jean Pierre Ferrer Michel has been released from captivity in Haiti after members of the 400 Mawozo gang dressed as National Police officers abducted him and a male parishioner on October 3, CBN News reports.
Former President Donald Trump will helm a social media start-up apparently aimed at supplanting Facebook and Twitter, the new Trump Media & Technology Group announced Wednesday evening.