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President Donald Trump shakes hands with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a news conference in the East Room of the White House, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

While much of Washington was focused on the impeachment inquiry proceedings on Capitol Hill, President Trump was busy hosting Turkish President Recip Erdogan at the White House.   

Berlin Wall

On Saturday the world celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, which led to the reunification of Germany. But Germany has not become what some had hoped. Proof of that can be found in Hungary, where many Germans, fed up with Angela Merkel's new Germany, have fled.


The U.S. Embassy in Berlin unveiled a statue of Ronald Reagan on Friday at a site overlooking the location of the former president's iconic speech imploring the Soviet Union to remove the Berlin Wall.

Missionaries Brendan and Melissa Perrott, along with their two children Evelyn and Colton were killed in a head-on collision in South Africa on Sunday. (Image credit: Bulembu Ministries Swaziland/Facebook)

All four members of an Alberta, Canada missionary family have been killed in a head-on collision in South Africa.


In just a span of two weeks, three strong 6.0 to 6.5 magnitude earthquakes struck the same provinces in the southern Philippines, leaving 22 people dead and totally damaging more than 21,000 houses. CBN's Operation Blessing is already there, helping survivors in the hard-to-reach villages.

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As the victorious South African national rugby team prepare to return home to a hero’s welcome, one player’s life story has continued to capture the world’s imagination — and its that of Captain, Siya Kolisi.

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A suspect was arrested and is under investigation for possible connections with the tragic deaths of nine American citizens in a massacre in Mexico on Tuesday.


During the past two years since a young prime minister has taken over as the new leader of Ethiopia, more than 30 churches have been attacked with more than half of the buildings burned to the ground.


After being harassed by transgender activists over a Facebook post in which she said only women can have babies, a charity's national spokesperson and birth coach in the United Kingdom has been forced to resign from her position.


Jihadists attacked the Malian military near the border with Niger, leaving at least 53 soldiers and one civilian dead, in the second major assault against the country’s armed forces in a month, the government said Saturday.