The Burmese Army has burned down a whole village in Myanmar’s Chin state, a traditionally Christian stronghold, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. The attack took place earlier this month as part of a “clearance operation” designed to crush opposition to Burmese military rule in Chin state.
The Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI) has reported that thirteen acts of Hindu nationalist persecution against Christians took place in a single day across northern India on Sunday, October 3, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to sign a bill that would ban transgender students from participating in school sports that correspond with their gender identity.
Facebook on Monday announced plans to hire 10,000 people in the European Union to build the “metaverse,” a virtual reality version of the internet that the tech giant sees as the future.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader declared for the first time on Monday that the powerful terror group has 100,000 trained fighters. His speech appeared to be meant as a deterrent to domestic foes following the nation’s worst internal violence in years.
Israel has approved a budget of some 5 billion shekels ($1.5 billion) to be used to prepare the military for a potential strike against Iran’s nuclear program, Channel 12 reported Monday.
American computer technology corporation Oracle unveiled in Jerusalem on Oct. 13 the first underground data center in Israel, which is designed to provide cloud services under exceptional conditions.
Two Islamists in eastern Uganda have been charged with murdering Pastor Barnabas Musana of Nangonde Sub-County on September 12, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. The two men are believed to have killed Pastor Musana because he was leading Muslims to Christ through evangelistic events and public debates about Islam and Christianity.
Archaeologists in Virginia believe they have uncovered the foundation of an early 19th-century building that used to house Williamsburg’s First Baptist Church, one of America’s oldest black churches, Religious News Service (RNS) reports.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is set to ask Russia’s President Vladimir Putin to lean on Iran regarding its forces stationed in Syria near Israel’s northern border, when the pair meet later this week.