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Alabama Sheriff Has Scripture Decal Affixed to County Patrol Vehicles

Houston County Sheriff Donald Valenza said his “strong beliefs” inspired him to purchase a biblical-focused decal for the back of his department’s patrol vehicles. “I’ve always had religious belief, and I feel like that’s kept me alive,” he told the Dothan Eagle. “It symbolizes the Houston County Sheriff’s Office.” The decal, which cost $1.60 each, […]

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Young Nepalese Boy Slain in Human Sacrifice Ritual

(CNN) — A Nepalese man has confessed to the murder of a young boy after saying a local priest advised him that a human sacrifice would heal his ailing son, local police said. The body of 10-year-old Jivan Kohar was found on July 24 on the outskirts of Kudiya village in southwest Nepal. The child had […]

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‘More Money': Technician Details Harvesting Baby Organs for Planned Parenthood in Latest Video

A technician who said she worked for a company that partnered with Planned Parenthood to harvest fetal tissue said there’s “incentive to try and get the hard stuff ‘cause you’re going to get more money,” in the latest undercover video targeting Planned Parenthood. “For whatever we could procure, they would get a certain percentage,” said […]

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Attorneys for South Sudanese Pastors Facing Execution Make Final Appeal for Justice

JUBA, South Sudan (Morning Star News) – Attorneys for two South Sudanese pastors facing the death penalty made their closing arguments on Thursday (July 23) before a judge who appears to favor the prosecution, sources said. Defense lawyers concluded their case at Khartoum Bahri Court with the assertion that agents from the National Intelligence and Security […]

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Chinese Police Shut Down Summer Camp for School-Aged Children

SHAANXI, China (China Aid) — Authorities in China’s inland Shaanxi province dispersed a house church’s summer camp last week because minors were in attendance. The two-day camp in Luonan County, in the city of Shangluo, was shut down by three people—two from the local police station and one from the local civil administration bureau—on July […]

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Two Explosive Devices Planted at Nigerian Church

JOS, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – A congregation in this central Nigerian city continued worshiping on July 12 after a security man found and tossed over a fence a bomb before it exploded, the pastor said. Authorities later discovered a second bomb on the church premises and disposed of it, said Ezekiel Omidiji, senior pastor of Evangelical […]

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Planned Parenthood Downplays Video of Top Director Describing Sale of Baby Body Parts

WASHINGTON — The abortion giant Planned Parenthood is downplaying a video released this week by a pro-life group that shows a top Planned Parenthood director describing the organization’s harvesting and sale of fetal body parts and organs for medical research. As previously reported, the Center for Medical Progress released the video on Tuesday as the […]

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Indian Hindus Instigate Tribal People Against Christians

NEW DELHI (Morning Star News) – Christian families driven from their village in India’s Jharkhand state have returned home with police help, but tribal people instigated by Hindu extremists are still bent on expelling them, sources said. Hindu extremists last month mobilized tribal groups to banish the Christian families from Kullu village in Chanho Block, Ranchi […]

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Ugandan Islamists Try to Kill Former Sheikh Turned Christian Evangelist

NAIROBI, Kenya (Morning Star News) – Twice in the past two weeks, Muslim extremists in eastern Uganda have tried to kill a former sheikh known throughout the region for his Christian activities, the former Islamic teacher told Morning Star News. Hassan Muwanguzi, an evangelist in Budaka District whose conversion and ministry success led hard-line Muslims to […]

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Sudanese Judge Rules Rules Two Pastors Can Be Charged with Crimes Punishable by Death

JUBA, South Sudan (Morning Star News) – A judge in Sudan ruled yesterday that there was enough evidence to charge two South Sudanese pastors with crimes punishable by death. The charges, including espionage and promoting hatred among or against sects, were formed months after authorities arrested Yat Michael in December 2014 and Peter Yein Reith in January […]

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