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Couple Refuses to Abort Unborn Baby with Two Faces

SYDNEY – A couple in Australia is refusing their doctor’s recommendations to obtain an abortion after they discovered that their unborn baby has a rare condition that results in the development of two brains and two faces on the same skull. Renee Young and Simon Howie have seven children, and were excited about their new […]

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North Korea Again Rescinds Invitation to U.S. Ambassador Seeking Release of American Missionary

WASHINGTON – The U.S. State Department is announcing its disappointment after North Korean officials again rescinded an invitation to discuss the release of an American missionary sentenced to fifteen years hard labor in the country. “We are deeply disappointed by the DPRK [North Korean] decision–for a second time–to rescind its invitation for ambassador [Robert] King […]

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Lawmakers in Belgium Expected to Legalize Euthanasia for Children of All Ages

BELGIUM – Lawmakers in Belgium are expected to approve legislation this week that will allow doctors to euthanize children. Last month, the Belgian Senate voted 50-17 in favor of a bill that would allow terminally ill children to request euthanization. Belgium’s lower legislative house will vote on the legislation Thursday. Analysts say the lower house […]

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Husband of Pregnant Canadian Brain Dead Woman to Keep Wife on Life Support Until Baby Born

VICTORIA, Canada – A Canadian man whose pregnant wife has been declared brain dead has raised over $140,000 in his desire to keep his wife on life support until their baby is able to be delivered. Robyn Benson, 32, collapsed on December 28th after complaining of severe head pain. It was later discovered that she […]

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Obama Calls for Release of American Pastor, U.S. Missionary During National Prayer Breakfast

WASHINGTON – Barack Obama called for the release of an American pastor imprisoned in Iran and a U.S. missionary serving hard labor in North Korea during the annual National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday. Obama centered on religious freedom during his speech, seeking tolerance for all religions around the world. “History shows that nations that uphold […]

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Does Ancient Clay Tablet Disprove Biblical Great Flood Account? Christian Experts Say No

LONDON – Christian leaders are defending the historicity of the biblical Great Flood account after an ancient Middle Eastern tablet that contradicts the Genesis narrative was exhibited at the British Museum. Late last month, the British Museum put on display a cell-phone-sized clay tablet which experts say is nearly 4,000 years old. Though the relic […]

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UK Cathedral Screens Blasphemous Film ‘The Last Temptation of Christ’

ENGLAND — A cathedral in England recently screened the blasphemous film The Last Temptation of Christ. The Church of England Cathedral in Wells made the decision to show the controversial Martin Scorsese film during the Bath Film Festival despite protests from the Christian community. Andrea Williams, CEO of Christian Concern, warned that the film screening […]

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‘Glimmer of Hope’ for Clemency Arises for American Pastor Imprisoned in Iran

There may be a ‘glimmer of hope’ for the release of an American pastor imprisoned in Iran, according to a Christian legal organization that has been fighting on behalf of the Christian minister. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) notes that Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was recently asked about the plight of […]

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American Pastor Imprisoned in Iran Moved to Political Prisoner Ward

An American pastor imprisoned in Iran has been moved to a political prisoner ward and out of the murderer ward of the dangerous prison where he has been incarcerated since November of this year. As previously reported, Pastor Saeed Abedini of Idaho, a former Muslim turned Christian, left Iran in 2005 and moved to the […]

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Atheist Afghan Granted Asylum in the UK

ENGLAND – For the first time in the nation’s history, a person has been granted asylum in the UK on the basis of their non-religious beliefs. The man, an Afghan citizen who requested to remain anonymous, was granted protection by the UK as a refugee because he is an atheist. He came to the UK […]

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