Kosovo’s government has postponed new border rules after clashes in the north of the country where ethnic Serbs blocked roads and gunmen fired on police. The unrest in the Balkans have added to concerns within the NATO military alliance and the European Union about a possible new conflict in Europe, which is already facing war in Ukraine.
A Christian nurse “thanked God” on Wednesday that she and her family survived after a powerful 7-magnitude earthquake struck the northern Philippine island of Luzon, killing at least four people.
On a single street in Washington DC, two churches were set on fire, and another vandalized at the weekend, in attacks believed to be motivated by last month’s US Supreme Court reversal of the 1973 Roe v Wade case, which had legalized abortion, CBN News reports.
Ukraine’s defense minister says his nation plans a “million-strong army” equipped with weapons of the western NATO military alliance to retake parts of the country now occupied by the Russian military.
Uncertainty remained Monday about a deepening crash crisis in central China after authorities disbursed a peaceful protest by hundreds of depositors.
The prime minister of bankrupt Sri Lanka, Ranil Wickremesinghe, has agreed to resign after protestors stormed the president’s residence and office. Parliament and party leaders also demanded that he and the president step down.
Twitter vowed to take legal action after the world’s richest man said he was terminating his $44 billion deal to buy the social media service.
U.S. President Joe Biden has signed an executive order “to protect” access to abortion after the Supreme Court ended a constitutional right to the procedure two weeks ago.
U.S. President Joe Biden and other world leaders have expressed shock and outrage at the fatal shooting of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday.
Nigerian Christians expressed concern about their safety Thursday after the Islamic State group claimed an attack on a prison in Nigeria’s capital which freed nearly 900 inmates, including 60 of its members.
Tajikistan’s autocratic Islamic government has told Protestant church leaders that it will not register new churches, effectively banning congregations, Christians familiar with the talks said Thursday.
The deal of the world’s richest man to buy social networking site Twitter is reportedly in serious jeopardy in a setback for critics demanding more freedom of expression.
“Israel is no longer taking part in the mediation efforts between Russia and Ukraine,” an official in Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s delegation to Paris said on Tuesday evening from the French capital.
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson refused to step down Thursday despite facing a mutiny with more than 40 government members resigning in protest over his leadership style.
International Christian persecution watchdog groups have ranked Afghanistan the number one most dangerous country in the world for believers since the Taliban takeover of the country in August 2021, Christian Today reports.
Yair Lapid officially became prime minister at the stroke of midnight between Thursday and Friday, taking office as the 14th premier in Israel’s history.
Indirect talks in Qatar’s capital between Iran and the US on reviving a 2015 nuclear deal have concluded with “no progress made,” a State Department spokesperson said late Wednesday.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is considering labeling the United States’ largest oil field in violation of ozone pollution standards, threatening drilling operations in the region and, by extension, domestic oil production.
Some 2,000 believers have gathered in the famed Dutch fisher village of Urk to express the hope they say they have in Christ despite their nation’s worst turmoil in years.
The Biden administration has announced its plans to make the abortion pills misoprostol and mifepristone more easily available to facilitate medical abortions following the US Supreme Court’s withdrawal of federal abortion rights it conferred in the 1973 case of Roe v Wade, Christian Headlines (CH) reports.