The 1967 Arab-Israeli War and Jordan's 1970 crack down on the Palestine Liberation Organization led to much unrest in the Middle East. And for one young reporter it was a daily fight to stay alive.
The smoldering Taal Volcano in the Philippines could erupt again at any minute, killing those in the danger zone. Already tens of thousands of people have evacuated, most with only the clothes on their backs. What will they do now?
Western pressures and burgeoning protests inside Iran have caused the regime to closely monitor Iranian Christians and their house churches.Mike Ansari of Heart4Iran, a network of more than 100 ministries that reaches Christians of Iran through media and broadcasting said the government is keeping a close eye on the activities of Christians and also Muslims who have made contacted with the Herat4Iran ministry.
Iran's supreme leader lashed out at Western countries as he led Friday prayers in Tehran for the first time in eight years, dismissing “American clowns” who he said pretend to support the Iranian nation but want to stick their "poisoned dagger” into its back.
If you thought 2019 was a tumultuous time around the world, a new study reports this year could be worse with 40 percent of the world's countries expected to witness some level of civil unrest and violence.
A radical group of pro-abortion feminists has claimed responsibility for a spate of attacks against pro-lifers in Germany.
Iran's president said Thursday that there is “no limit” to the country's enrichment of uranium following its decision to abandon its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal in response to the killing of its top general in a U.S. airstrike.
A Jewish group in Ukraine reports that the number of documented anti-Semitic incidents went down by 27 percent in 2019.
President Trump signed an interim trade deal with China today. The administration says the so-called "phase one" agreement is a step towards the de-escalation of a trade war.
Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a constitutional overhaul Wednesday to boost the powers of parliament and the Cabinet, a move signaling Putin's intention to carve out a new position for himself after his current term ends.