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John Stonestreet Says We Need to Help Our African Brothers and Sisters in Their Never-ending Tribulation

When Jesus said, "In this world you'll have tribulation," He might have had Africa in mind. (more…)

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DC Police Say 2 of 6 African Teens Who Went Missing From Robotics Competition Are in Canada

Hordes of teenagers displaying colors and flags from 157 countries cheered wildly in DAR Constitution Hall on Tuesday afternoon, exhausted and exhilarated from two days of robotics competitions. Somewhere on the packed auditorium floor, six teenagers from Burundi quietly slipped away amid the closing gala. (more…)

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France’s Armed Forces Chief Resigns After Dispute With Macron Over Defense Budget Cuts

France's armed forces chief resigned on Wednesday in a dispute with Emmanuel Macron over defense budget cuts, an early test of the newly elected president's mettle and the tough presidential style he is cultivating. (more…)

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Terrorists Finding Sanctuary in Libyan Deserts

A series of military victories over extremist Islamic groups along Libya's Mediterranean coastline has forced hundreds of militants, including Islamic State fighters, to seek refuge in the vast deserts of the North African nation, already home to militias from neighboring countries, cross-border criminal gangs and mercenaries. (more…)

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WATCH: ‘This Isn’t Africa’: Airbnb Landlord Pushes South African Filmmaker Down the Stairs After Late Checkout Dispute

A South African filmmaker who was seen in shocking video being pushed down the stairs by an enraged Airbnb landlord in Amsterdam on Sunday broke her silence, suggesting that the attack was unjustified and racially motivated. (more…)

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Private universities in Africa are dominated by Christian institutions in some countries. (Reuters/Omar Faruk)

Christian Universities Are at the Forefront of Africa’s Growth in Institutions of Higher Education

The last two decades have seen a brisk growth in Christian universities in sub-Saharan Africa. This phenomenon exists at the intersection of two of the most dynamic social trends on the continent: the rapid rise of Christian adherence and the volatile growth of higher education. (more…)

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‘Welcome to Hell’: Thousands of Protesters Vow to Disrupt G20 Summit in Hamburg

"Welcome to Hell". That's the greeting for U.S. President Donald Trump and other world leaders from anti-capitalist protesters in Hamburg who aim to disrupt the G20 summit, already rife with tensions over trade and climate change. (more…)

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U.S. Airports Drop Abu Dhabi, Etihad Airways From Laptop Ban List

Passengers flying from Abu Dhabi International Airport on U.S.-bound flights are now allowed to use laptop computers in airline cabins, federal officials said Sunday. (more…)

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How Discipleship is Transforming Nairobi, One Woman at a Time

This week wraps up our #AmplifyWomen series. As an organization that represents the global church, Christianity Today is committed to platforming voices from around the world. In that spirit, our final essay takes readers inside women’s discipleship in Nairobi, Kenya. (more…)

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First Ever ‘Africa Study Bible’ Launches in Johannesburg

Theologians from across the continent gathered in Sandton, Johannesburg‚ on Sunday to celebrate the launch of the first Africa Study Bible in Sandton. (more…)

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