A pastor and his co-worker are weighing their options after an Algerian court upheld their one-year suspended prison term for “shaking the faith of Muslims” through selling literature.
Special Counsel John Durham is handing down a new set of subpoenas, including one targeting a law firm tied to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
President Biden, who won the White House boasting that he was a sophisticated negotiator in Washington, was failing Thursday to overcome a legislative impasse within his Democratic Party over his $3.5 trillion social welfare package and his $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill.
A private Israeli intelligence firm released satellite photographs of an alleged Iranian missile production facility outside Tehran on Thursday, showing the damage at the site after an explosion there earlier in the week.
The United States and Russia have agreed to press ahead with arms control and related strategic security talks aimed at easing tensions between the world’s largest nuclear weapons powers.
One of the first women to be prosecuted for Nazi-era crimes in decades has been captured after trying to flee before her trial in northern Germany, authorities confirmed late Thursday.
At least six Christians have recently been detained by police in India’s Karnataka state after Hindu nationalists leveled false accusations against them, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. Rights groups report that Hindu extremists have increasingly abused anti-conversion and blasphemy laws to harass and persecute Christians in India; Hindu nationalists have been emboldened in these endeavors since their Bharatiya Janata party came to power in 2014.
Evangelicals belonging to the UK’s Church of Wales are requesting a new bishop to represent them in light of the church governing body’s recent vote to allow blessing services for same-sex couples, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
A mob of Hindu nationalists beat up three pastors in front of police officers at a police station in India’s Chhattisgarh State after the Chrisitan leaders were summoned there to answer questions about holding worship services, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. Persecution against Christians in India has intensified greatly since the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party took power in 2014.
A court of appeals in Algeria has upheld the sentences of two Christian pastors in Algeria who were convicted of “proselytization” and sentenced to a fine of $1,500 USD and a one-year suspended prison sentence, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports.