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Jimmy Carter may go to N Korea to free missionary Kenneth Bae

FORMER U.S. President Jimmy Carter is preparing to take a trip to North Korea "very soon" to try and secure the release of Christian missionary Kenneth Bae, according to South Korea's leading news agency.

Ghanian archbishop condemns Desmond Tutu’s homophobic heaven statement

"Archbishop Tutu is respected in the Anglican Church and around the world but this time he has misfired and all Anglican Bishops from Africa, Asia and South America condemn his statement in no uncertain terms," he told Adom News.

Desmond Tutu says would choose hell over ‘homophobic’ heaven

SOUTH African anti-apartheid activist Desmond Tutu declared that the issue was so close to his heart that he "would refuse to go to a homophobic heaven" and instead choose "the other place."
Billy Graham

America needs our prayers more than ever

IF ever there was a time this country needed the intervention of God, it is now. We can and should pray for America as a whole, but remember that when God sets out to change a nation, He begins by changing people.

Justice P Sathasivam sworn in 40th Chief Justice of India

HE took over the post from Justice Altamas Kabir, who served as the CJI for over nine months. Justice Sathasivam, 64, took oath in the name of God at a brief ceremony at Darbar Hall of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Israel must agree on borders, say Palestinians

Israel flagA stormy, high-level meeting of senior Palestinian leaders called to discuss US Secretary of State John Kerry's latest peace proposal ended with a...

Obama nominates Indian-American woman for key post

SUBJECT to confirmation by the Senate, Nisha Desai Biswal, who is currently the Assistant Administrator for Asia at the US Agency for International Development (USAID), will replace incumbent Robert Blake.
David Shibley

April showers bring church flowers in Kenya

FOR 23 years at Global Advance, team members have trained, resourced, and encouraged hundreds of thousands of pastors worldwide. Four months ago at the Apostolic...

‘Blasphemous’ SMS lands Christian life sentence in Pakistani prison

ADDITION District and Sessions Judge Mian Shazad Raza sentenced 28-year-old Sajjad Masih to life in prison and a fine of 200,000 rupees (about $2,000) Saturday in Pakistan’s Punjab province.
Phil Cooke

Five non-Christian habits Christians need to learn

I say “non-Christian” because for many reasons, Christian culture looks down on them. They have not been considered traditional Christian behaviors.
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Nine killed in police firing in anti-Sterlite agitation in Thoothukudi

The chief minister also announced a compensation of Rs 10 lakh to the families of each of those killed, Rs 3 lakh to those seriously injured, and Rs 1 lakh for people who suffered minor injuries.