Samuel Chu, a naturalized American citizen, pro-democracy activist, and a pastor’s son, woke up in his Los Angeles, California apartment last month to discover a warrant had been issued for his arrest by Hong Kong police.
Winter is ending in the Southern Hemisphere and country after country, from South Africa to Australia to Argentina, had a surprise – their steps against COVID-19 also apparently blocked the flu.
Christian leaders are speaking out against the conspiracy theory known as QAnon, proclaiming that the movement is trying to infiltrate the church with its disturbing beliefs.
Nigeria is facing a serious threat from Islamic terrorist groups. Militant Muslims are waging an insurgency to overthrow the government and rid the country of Christians.
President Trump may have ended the Islamic State caliphate in the Middle East, but the Philippines is still struggling to rid their nation of ISIS influence.
A 16-year-old girl, a father of nine children, and a church pastor were among 11 Christians killed by Muslim Fulani extremists last week in the southern part of the Kaduna state of Nigeria.
Hospitals in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region were directed to perform late-term abortions and kill newborn babies as a way to enforce the communist country’s family planning rules.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reconverted another historic Byzantine church into a mosque on Friday just weeks after opening the iconic Hagia Sophia to Muslim worship.
Muslim militants allied with the Islamic State group set off a powerful motorcycle explosive followed by a suicide bombing that together killed 14 people on Monday, many of them soldiers, in the worst extremist attack in the Philippines this year, military officials said.
Tropical Storm Marco swirled over the Gulf of Mexico Sunday heading for a possible hit on the Louisiana coast as a hurricane. Tropical Storm Laura battered the Dominican Republic and Haiti and headed to the same part of the U.S. coast, also as a potential hurricane.
I can still taste the dust in the air two weeks after the massive explosion that devastated my city, Beirut.
Several dozen aging U.S. veterans, including some who were in Tokyo Bay as swarms of warplanes buzzed overhead and nations converged to end World War II, will gather on a battleship in Pearl Harbor next month to mark the 75th anniversary of Japan’s surrender, even if it means the vulnerable […]