Some of the most influential Christian leaders in the Middle East convened in Syria in late July to urge world leaders to support the persecuted Christian community, crying out for help to remain in the land "watered by the sweat of our fathers."
Twelve of the 28 Iraqi Christians who fled Islamic State violence and were detained at the Mexican border while trying to enter the U.S., will face deportation after being held for months at a San Diego detention center.
Chinese Christians recently took to the streets in the southeastern city of Wenzhou – also known as China's Jerusalem – to protest against the removal of church crosses in what they describe as "an evil" government campaign where some 1,200 cross have already been removed from public buildings.
Thousands of people are being transformed by Jesus Christ in the Arab world, as the Gospel breaks new ground in a region hostile to its message and its missionaries.
US Homeland Security chief recently revealed that the government tactically made the decision to call Islamist terror attacks "violent extremism," avoiding the term "Islamic" or similar wording that would point to religious motivations in an effort to build bridges with the Muslim community.
A small relief center tucked away in Lebanon's bustling city of Beirut continues to offer hope and humanitarian relief for Syrian refugees seeking shelter, safety and food.
Saudi Arabia Pushes for Global Anti-Blasphemy Law to Criminalize Speech Against 'Prophets and Holy Books'
Saudi Arabia is calling on every nation to implement a global blasphemy law to criminalize any act that defames religious beliefs and symbols of faith.
As the sun sets in New York, Manhattan's 23 million population drops to around 7 million as people head back home from work. For the city's homeless, however, it's a rush to find a shelter or safe home that can take them in for the night.
Israeli police say they've caught two men believed to be behind the arson attack on the historic church of Loaves and Fishes in Israel earlier this month.
A 21-year-old French woman was allegedly attacked by a group of Islamist women for wearing a bikini in a public park in France.