Divisions in Boko Haram have emerged with the appointment of a new leader who was criticized by the group's long-time military commander.
Thailand Approves New Constitution in Referendum, Military to Have Key Role in Appointing New Prime Ministers
Thai voters approved a military-backed constitution in Sunday referendum, which lays out set rules for electing new governments. The next national election is due by December 2017, according to Reuters.
Islamic State captured up to 3,000 internally displaced Iraqis who were fleeing from a village near the city of Mosul which is still under ISIS control.
World Vision's Gaza branch manager Mohammed el-Halabi was accused by Israeli officials on Thursday of giving millions of dollars from World Vision's funds to the extremist group Hamas. According to Israeli officials, Halabi admitted during interrogations that he had been a member of Hamas since his youth, and that he had joined World Vision staff on assignment from Hamas.
A new study by a Pakistan-based NGO said that textbooks in Pakistan have material that promotes hostility towards non-Muslims religions.
An Anglican youth festival in South Sudan’s capital Juba was coming to an end when it became a battleground for soldiers and rebels who shot at each other from different corners of a ground at Munuki suburb.
Syria and Russia Announces Four Humanitarian Corridors in Rebel-Held Aleppo to Enable Civilians to Leave City and Distribute Aid
Syria and Russia have announced four more humanitarian corridors into the rebel-controlled city of Aleppo.
Canada: Trinity Western University Cannot Be Refused Accreditation for Views on Marriage and Sexuality, Says Nova Scotia Court
A Canadian court dismissed an appeal by Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society to ban a Christian university to get accreditation because of its stand on marriage and homosexuality.
The Christian Association of Nigerian-Americans (CANAN) voiced their concerns about the slaughter of Christians in the country by terrorist organizations including Boko Haram, ISIS, and Al-Shabab.
North Korea’s diplomat for US affairs said that the US had “crossed the red line” by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its sanction list for alleged human rights abuses documented by the United Nations Human Rights Commission. The country said that it is now at war with the US, and might retaliate if the US and South Korea hold annual military exercise scheduled for next month.
Two knifemen entered a church in a suburb of Rouen in Northern France, killing an 86 year old priest and taking 4 others hostage during morning Mass on Tuesday.
Germany mourned for the victims of Munich attack, even as condolence messages poured in from all over the world.
China has banned churches in and around Hangzhou city in the eastern Zhejiang province ahead of G-20 summit in order to “create a safe environment” for world leaders when they attend the conference.
Korean drama 'Doctors' believed to surpass hit Korean drama series 'Descendants of the Sun'.
Anglican and Episcopal Churches Join Efforts to Provide Shelter and Food to Displaced South Sudanese
Church leaders of the Anglican and Episcopal churches have been providing shelter and material assistance for people in South Sudan as tens of thousands have been internally displaced or fleeing the country due to the violence that has persisted in the country.