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Stoyan Zaimov / Christian Post Reporter
The Gatestone Institute, a think tank based in New York, has published a report claiming Syrian women and girls are being trafficked at refugee camps in Turkey, where they are sometimes sold to wealthy Muslim men from other nations as sex slaves.
Evangelical preacher the Rev. Franklin Graham has warned that much like the decline of the Babylonian empire close to 2,500 years ago, America might also be staring down at its end, unless it turns back to God.
Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said Catholic priest Tom Uzhunnalil, who was previously feared to have been crucified by ISIS on Good Friday, is alive, safe, and efforts are being organized for his release.
Answers in Genesis CEO and President Ken Ham has suggested that it might not be long before the Bible is banned in the Western world, reflecting on news stories of prison chaplains being forced to resign for quoting Bible passages.
President Barack Obama called for Americans to focus on the suffering Jesus Christ went through on the cross in his last Easter Prayer Breakfast, explaining that through Christ, people have been given the gift of salvation, and don't have to be afrai..
Wycliffe Associates, a Bible-translation nonprofit that's sharing the Gospel with people who live in the most remote regions in the world, has said it will carry on its work despite the extreme dangers its workers face, including a violent attack ear..
Groups of hundreds of Chinese officers sent by the Communist Party demolished over a dozen church crosses in China's coastal Zhejiang province this past week, leading to confrontations with protesters, some of whom were beaten and bloodied.
Pakistani Christians to Protest Easter Bombing: Gov't Must Crack Down on Islamic Extremism; Reform Education System
The British Pakistani Christian Association, one of the groups helping victims of the Easter suicide bombing in Lahore, Pakistan, are organizing a protest in London calling on world governments to stand up for religious minorities and protect innocen..
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has turned away from his pledge to support the eventual GOP nominee for president, while his rivals, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, all suggested they would strongly have to consider such support as well.