The Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Saturday denied reports that his country is constructing a concrete wall around the capital city of Baghdad to prevent attacks from the Islamic State terror group.
Following the recent deactivation of more than 125,000 Twitter accounts due to their relation to violence and extremism, the FBI has recently reported that it has taken a man into custody for his ISIS-related plans.
Hundreds of Taiwanese rescuers swarmed over a collapsed apartment tower on Sunday, searching for more than 130 people believed trapped more than 24 hours after an earthquake toppled the 17-storey building, burying them in rubble.
Christian festival organizers have successfully won their battle to have an event held in Toronto's Yonge-Dundas Square after officials argued the festival would be a violation of the city's public space policy.
ISIS Video Shows English-Speaking Child Beheading Prisoner, Talks Apocalyptic Showdown Against the WestFriday February 5th, 2016 09:17:37 PM
The Islamic State has released a new chilling execution video showing an indoctrinated child jihadi declaring in English that IS will meet its enemies in the Syrian town that fighters believe the final apocalyptic battle against the West will be fought before going on to behead a defenseless prisoner.
After years of disagreement, Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox leader Patriarch Kirill are planning to meet next week in Cuba to discuss the persecution of Christians in the Middle East.
Gospel for Asia and its supported missionaries have helped over 4,000 leprosy patients in India on World Leprosy Day as part of its ongoing ministry, and noted that social stigma and fear continue to block sufferers from getting the treatment they need.
The European Parliament has designated the ongoing mass slaughter in the Middle East being carried out by the Islamic State terror group on minorities as "genocide," something which religious freedom advocacy groups said could save lives.
An atheist group is claiming discrimination after Kenya's government refused to officially recognize the nonbelievers over concerns of maintaining "peace [and] good order" in the country.
At least 10 new Bible translation projects will be launched in countries where Christians are highly persecuted, one of the world's leading Bible translation organizations has announced.
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