Three American hospital workers for a Christian charity, among them a father and a son, were shot dead by an Afghan security guard on Thursday in Kabul. The suspected killer shot himself but survived and is currently in custody, officials said.
Malaysian authorities have submitted their first report on missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 without making it public, sparking speculation that they are hiding something, though they have denied it.
A gentleman's club in Ontario, Canada, opened its doors on Sunday to allow a church to gather. The couple leading the church says it is an attempt to attract those who would feel uncomfortable in a traditional church setting.
A Christian pastor is among 30 prisoners who were badly beaten during a raid in Iran's notorious Evin Prison last week, when prison guards are said to have assaulted inmates who protested against an aggressive inspection.
Popes John Paul II, John XXIII Canonization Set for Mass Celebrations Across Catholic World; Vatican Explains SainthoodsWednesday April 23rd, 2014 05:33:52 PM
The Roman Catholic Church is set for major celebrations around the world to mark the canonization of popes John Paul II and John XXIII on Sunday.
Malaysia Flight MH370 May Have Landed Somewhere Else, Says International Search Team; Search May Have to Start OverWednesday April 23rd, 2014 04:02:18 PM
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could possibly have to start all over again as members of the International Investigation Team say the plane may not have crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.
North Korea's state television station broadcast for the first time still photos of leader Kim Jong Un as a child during a tribute concert for his family last week.
The death toll in the South Korea ferry disaster has reached 108 people. Crew members were arrested along with the ship's captain for their decisions last week during the sinking.
A number of religious groups have backed British Prime Minister David Cameron's claims that Britain is a "Christian nation" after a group of U.K. intellectuals argued in a letter that such views cause division and harm in society.
Pastor Saeed Abedini Writes Easter Message From Prison: Christians Must Die to Selfish Desires, Experience Resurrection With ChristMonday April 21st, 2014 07:59:25 PM
Pastor Saeed Abedini, who is currently serving eight years in prison in Iran, has written an Easter message to Christians around the world, calling them to die to themselves and to selfish desires in order to experience the resurrection with Jesus Christ.
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