The U.N. and the U.S. have announced the launch of a new initiative, “Countdown to Zero,” that is aimed at eliminating HIV among babies by 2015.
Authorities have said the Arizona Wallow Fire is likely to become the largest in the state’s history, as it continues to threaten homes and is still only five percent contained as of Friday morning.
International Christian Concern has reacted with alarm to a proposal by Muslim clerics and politicians for the Bible to be banned in Pakistan.
World leaders must do everything in their power to end the AIDS pandemic by 2020, the U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said at the U.N. Summit on AIDS in New York.
The U.S. has announced that it will grant an additional $26m in aid for victims of the war in Libya, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton said Thursday.
Firefighters have battled through the night in an attempt to protect numerous Arizona mountain communities from the spreading Wallow fire that has forced thousands to evacuate and flee their homes.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, has rebuked the British coalition government, saying that it is committing Britain to “radical, long-term policies for which no one voted.”
Fans arriving at the American Airlines Center in Dallas last weekend for game three of the NBA Finals, were left shocked as members of Westboro Baptist Church gathered outside to protest a new NBA policy on hurtful language toward gays.
Al-Qaida’s number two has issued a chilling warning to the West saying that Osama bin Laden will continue to “terrify” the U.S. and its allies from beyond the grave.
A devout Christian mother whose son was brutally shot dead has shown amazing forgiveness by reconciling with his killer and even inviting the man to move in as her neighbor.
An international interfaith conference has revealed that 105,000 Christians are being killed every year simply because of their faith.
White House officials are considering whether to withdraw all 30,000 U.S. surge troops from Afghanistan by late 2012.
Modern day society tolerates any philosophy “except that centered on Jesus Christ”, the newly installed Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland warned Monday June 6.
An Anglican chaplain at a British university has rebutted claims that universities throughout the U.K. are a breeding ground for extremist recruitment, and that universities are not doing enough to tackle the problem.
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon officially announced on Monday that he will stand for a second five-year term in office.
A fact-finding report has warned that there may be just one generation remaining in which to safeguard the Assyrian Christian community in Iraq.
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has attempted Sunday to show evidence of his claims that scores of children and civilians have been killed and wounded by NATO-led airstrikes.
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie has defended her parenting technique, which has been criticized by some for making her children travel the globe with her instead of sending them to school.
A communiqué signed at an Anglican Church of Nigeria diocesan Synod has praised the country’s representatives for overseeing successful and internationally credited elections, and has urged newly elected political leaders to fulfill their campaign promises.
Dominique Strauss-Khan has pleaded not guilty to a New York criminal court as he stands accused of multiple charges of sexually assaulting a hotel room maid June 6, 2011.
Universities across England have become a breeding ground for Islamic extremists and terrorist recruitment, a new report to be released by the U.K. government will say.
Egypt’s public prosecutor has referred 48 people for trial at the criminal court for being involved in the deadly sectarian violence that led to the burning of a church in the Cairo district of Imbaba on May 7.
The United Nations HIV/Aids program has called for an increase in funding to help treat those with HIV, saying that a new study has revealed it could reduce the risk of HIV transmission by up to 96 percent.
University of Florida archaeologists have discovered the foundations of what they believe is a more than 330-year-old stone church in St. Augustine.
Sarah Palin has said she believes Congress will agree to raise the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling, however, she does not believe the severe consequences of not doing so being touted by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Obama administration officials.