Guatemalan Army Expels Docked Dutch Abortion Boat Seeking to Kill Babies at Sea

Guatemalan Army Expels Docked Dutch Abortion Boat Seeking to Kill Babies at Sea

GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala — The army of Guatemala has expelled the crew of a Dutch boat that had docked on its shores in an effort to transport abortion-minded mothers out to sea, where it would provide drugs to end their child’s life. According to reports, the non-profit organization Women on Waves had docked at the Port of San Jose […]

Sudan Releases Czech Aid Worker Imprisoned for ‘Espionage’

Sudan Releases Czech Aid Worker Imprisoned for ‘Espionage’

JUBA, South Sudan (Morning Star News) – Sudan released Czech aid worker Petr Jasek on Saturday (Feb. 25), nearly one month after a court in Khartoum sentenced him to life in prison for espionage and other charges, according to reports. Jasek returned to the Czech Republic on Sunday with Czech Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaoralekj, who had […]

Chinese Pastor Under Extreme Surveillance, Church Building Renovated Without Permission

Chinese Pastor Under Extreme Surveillance, Church Building Renovated Without Permission

BEIJING (China Aid) — Fractured into small groups by persecution, a house church in Beijing recently informed China Aid that authorities were restricting their pastor. Meanwhile, their church is being refurbished without their approval. Six years after authorities banned Shouwang Church members from holding meetings outdoors, they revealed that their pastor, Jin Tianming, is still […]

Trial Underway in UK for Preachers Arrested for ‘Anti-Social’ Opposition to Islam, Homosexuality

Trial Underway in UK for Preachers Arrested for ‘Anti-Social’ Opposition to Islam, Homosexuality

BRISTOL, UK — A trial is currently underway in the United Kingdom for three preachers who were arrested last July on accusations of “causing a disturbance” and engaging in “anti-social behavior” after some listeners became offended by their speech about issues such as Islam, Buddhism, homosexuality and divorce. Michael Overd, Adrian Clark and Michael Stockwell appeared in Bristol […]

Teenager Charged With Blasphemy in Pakistan Waits in Jail

Teenager Charged With Blasphemy in Pakistan Waits in Jail

LAHORE, Pakistan (Morning Star News) – A 16-year-old Christian in Pakistan is languishing in jail under a baseless blasphemy charge after a judge declined to grant him bail this month, his attorney said. The judge in Punjab Province’s Kasur District on Feb. 7 denied bail to Nabeel Masih, who has been jailed since Sept. 18, 2016 […]

Famine Declared in South Sudan: 100,000 Facing Death, Another Million on Brink of Starvation

Famine Declared in South Sudan: 100,000 Facing Death, Another Million on Brink of Starvation

NAIROBI, Kenya (National Post) — A severe food shortage has deteriorated into a famine in two counties in South Sudan, the government and United Nations announced Monday, with 100,000 people facing starvation. Joyce Luma, head of the World Food Program in South Sudan, called the famine “man-made,” blaming it on political turmoil in a country […]

Boko Haram Recruited 2,000 Child Soldiers in 2016: UNICEF

Boko Haram Recruited 2,000 Child Soldiers in 2016: UNICEF

(UPI) — The Nigerian insurgent group Boko Haram recruited 2,000 children to fight in 2016, a United Nations report released Tuesday said. The data were part of a report indicating that at least 65,000 children, worldwide, were released from military and armed groups in the past 10 years. An estimated 17,000 children were recruited in […]

Maryland Mosque Honors Assassin of Pakistani Governor Who Spoke Against Blasphemy Laws

Maryland Mosque Honors Assassin of Pakistani Governor Who Spoke Against Blasphemy Laws

PIKESVILLE, Md. — A Maryland mosque held an event on Sunday to honor a Muslim terrorist who shot and killed the former Pakistani governor of Punjab in 2011 over his statements in opposition to the nation’s laws prohibiting blasphemy against Islam. Gulzar E Madina Mosque in Pikesville hosted an “Urs” observance on Feb. 12, which is an […]

Report: Children of Alcoholics in UK Calling Helpline to Hear Bedtime Stories

Report: Children of Alcoholics in UK Calling Helpline to Hear Bedtime Stories

(Metro) — Children as young as five are ringing a helpline to hear bedtime stories because their alcoholic parents are too intoxicated. Some of the youngsters call the counsellors at the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (Nacoa) so regularly their favourite story books are kept by the phones. According to a parliamentary group there […]

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