At least 22 have been killed in airstrikes against two hospitals in Syria. A hospital in Maarat al-Numan in Syria’s Idlib province, supported by medical charity Doctors without Borders, was struck four times.
On Tuesday, February 9, a young teenage girl abandoned her mission to bomb the Dikwa refugee camp in northeast Nigeria, once out of sight from her captors.
Abortion will remain illegal in Northern Ireland after members of the Northern Irish Assembly voted against a proposal that would legalize abortion in cases of fatal fetal abnormality and sex crimes.
In a span of 40 minutes, a violent riot stirs in Topo Chico prison, located in the northeastern Mexican city of Monterrey, resulting in a brutal massacre killing 40 people, and leaving 5 out of the 12 injured in critical conditions.
The Zika virus and the increase of microcephaly, a rare birth defect that results in infants being born with abnormally small heads and brains, in Brazil is stirring up a large debate on the topic of abortion.
The Senate unanimously passed legislation on Wednesday aimed at imposing tougher sanctions on North Korea for violating international law in pursuing nuclear weapons.
A Chinese pastor who was arrested for protesting against removal of crosses in Zhejiang province has been released from ‘black jail’, according to China Aid.
An Australian missionary who was kidnapped with her husband by an Al Qaeda-affiliated militant group has been released, according to reports on Saturday.
Christian youth groups and Sunday schools in Britain may come under the radar of national regulatory checks, if the five-year-plan proposed by Prime Minister David Cameron is implemented.
The New Chapel Unitarian and Free Christian Church has agreed to offer baptisms to transgender members, making it the first church in the United Kingdom to do so.
A pastor of China’s largest officially-approved Protestant church with over 10,000 members has been arrested and sent to a “black jail,” which falls outside of the nation’s penal system, according to media reports.
About 16 people were killed and many injured from multiple suicide bombing attacks in Nigerian town of Chibok, where about three hundred schoolgirls were kidnapped by Boko Haram about two years ago.
The World Health Organization declared the Zika virus to be an international health concern on Monday because of its suspected links to cases of birth defects.
Two pastors were abducted this month from the state of Kogi in central Nigeria, according to Morning Star News.
A conservative Member of Parliament in UK as said that children who attend Christian schools turn out as people who want to help others. According to him, children’s participation in Christian events should be encouraged rather than restricted, as recently proposed by the government.