Ukraine's acting president Oleksandr Turchynov, a man of deep faith and prayer, is in the center of the storm in Ukraine, but he's not alone.
Spain is commemorating the 10-year anniversary of Europe's worst Islamic terror attack.
A new documentary tells the plight of millions of women who face all kinds of abuse, like dowry-related homicide, bride burning, infanticide, and sex trafficking.
Across Japan, people observed a minute of silence at 2:46 p.m. in memory of the devastating tsunami and earthquake that hit the country three years ago.
Iranian authorities arrested another pastor last week, according to Present Truth Ministries.
Islamic rebels in Syria have released 13 Greek Orthodox nuns they had been holding hostage since December.
Venezuela's president is lashing out against comments by Vice President Biden on clashes between anti-government demonstrators and security forces.
Tensions remain high between Russia and Ukraine in advance of a referendum on Crimean independence. Rallies in both countries Monday turned violent.
Russian President Vladimir Putin isn't responding to increasing international pressure to back away from his invasion into parts of Ukraine.
Gunfire in an Army barracks disturbed the fragile peace in Juba, South Sudan, earlier this week.