Death Count Uncertain After Christians Are Targeted by Attacks in Mali

A recent attack on a Dogon village in Mali resulted in the deaths of multiple men, women, and children. While accounts differ as to...

WATCH: One of the Nigerian Chibok Schoolgirls Describes Her Escape From Boko Haram

 It's been five years since islamic terrorists kidnapped hundreds of girls from a school in Nigeria. On this week's edition of Worldbeat, CBN News Senior...
For many white children growing up in apartheid South Africa, the Spur Steak Ranches restaurant chain, like this one in Strand, was a home away from home. (Credit: Wikus De Wet for The New York Times)

Whites Boycotting Restaurant in South Africa Reflects Growing Sense of Grievance

For many white children growing up in apartheid South Africa, the Spur Steak Ranches restaurant chain was a home away from home, offering kid-friendly...

South Sudanese Churches Fight for Acceptance of Victims of Rape During Civil War

South Sudanese churches are urging local communities to accept women who have been victims of sexual violence during the country’s civil war, many of...

Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi Hospitalized After ‘Severe Health Crisis’

Tunisia’s 92-year-old president, Beji Caid Essebsi, a major player in the country’s transition to democracy since 2011, was taken to a military hospital on...
Tunisian police officers stands guard near an explosion site in Tunis, Thursday June 27, 2019. The Tunisian Interior ministry said one police officer has died in the suicide bombing targeting a police patrol in a busy commercial street in central Tunis. (AP Photo/Riadh Dridi)

Suicide Attack in Tunisia Leaves 1 Police Officer Dead, 8 Injured

The Latest on the suicide attacks in Tunisia (all times local): 12:50 p.m. The Tunisian Interior ministry says one police officer has died from his injuries...

Village in West African Nation of Mali ‘Virtually Wiped Out’ After Jihadists Massacre Nearly...

Approximately 100 Christians were massacred by Muslim terrorists in the West African nation of Mali this month. BBC reports that on June 9, armed Fulani...

Christian in Algeria Fined and Sentenced to Prison for ‘Organizing Worship’ in His Home

TIZI-OUZOU, Algeria, June 25, 2019 (Morning Star News) – A judge on June 16 handed a Christian father of two in northwest Algeria a suspended...
Cameron players react after a VAR decision that ruled out Cameroon's Ajara Nchout's goal for offside during the Women's World Cup round of 16 soccer match between England and Cameroon at the Stade du Hainaut stadium in Valenciennes, France, Sunday, June 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler)

After World Cup Rage, Cameroon’s Women’s Soccer Team Faces Demands for Punishment

After all the rage and rebellion in the stadium, England players received a far more convivial reception back at their hotel they shared with...

Christian Church Set on Fire by Muslim Rioters in Niger After Police Arrest Imam

A church in Niger was set on fire by Muslims protesting the arrest of a local imam who was critical of proposed legislation to...

Ethiopia Holds Memorial for Slain Army Chief of Staff

Ethiopia held a memorial on Tuesday for the army chief of staff slain with four other senior officials in weekend attacks that posed the...

13 Killed, Including 3 Children, as Islamist Radicals Burn Down 4 Villages in Latest...

Fulani radicals killed more than a dozen people, including three children in West Africa’s Middle Belt on Monday. According to the Christian Post, radicals burned down hundreds...

West African Task Force Reports 42 Islamic State Fighters Killed in Battle Near Lake...

West African troops killed 42 suspected Islamic State fighters in a battle in the Lake Chad region on June 21, the heaviest death toll...
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia gave a televised address on Sunday. (Credit: ETV, via Associated Press)

Ethiopia’s Chief of Staff, Amhara State President, and 2 Other Officials Killed in Coup...

Ethiopia’s chief of staff and at least three other senior officials have been killed during a coup attempt by an army general in the...

More Nigerian Christians Killed as Muslim Fulani Herdsmen Continue Deadly Campaign

JOS, Nigeria, June 21, 2019 (Morning Star News) – Muslim Fulani herdsmen continued a campaign of seizing land for their cattle and territory for their...

Ethiopia Says There Was a Failed Coup Attempt Against Leader of Amhara State

Ethiopia said there was a failed coup attempt against the head of one of the country’s nine regional states on Saturday, underscoring the challenges...
Ruling party presidential candidate and former Defense Minister Mohamed Ould El Ghazouani casts his ballot in Nouakchott, Mauritania, Saturday June 22, 2019. Mauritanians are choosing between outgoing President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz's heir apparent and five opposition candidates who believe the front-runner would represent a continuation of his rule in this West African country battling Islamic extremism. (AP Photo/Elhady Ould Mohamedou)

Mauritania Votes as First Peaceful Transfer of Power is Anticipated; Activists Urge New Leader...

Mauritanians on Saturday went to the polls as the outgoing president’s preferred successor faced five opposition candidates in this West African nation threatened by...

Persecuted Sudanese Christians Remain Fearful Amidst Deadly Revolution

Persecuted Christians in Sudan are discouraged and fearful after the military massacre of protesters seeking civilian rule that, amid Sharia law, could protect religious...

3 Children Among 13 Christians Killed by Muslim Extremists in Nigeria

JOS, Nigeria, June 20, 2019 (Morning Star News) – Muslim Fulani herdsmen on Monday (June 17) killed four Christians in north-central Nigeria’s Kaduna state, including...
From left to right, defendants Rashid Charles Mberesero, Hassan Aden Hassan and Mohamed Abdi Abikar, are led from the dock by a police officer, left, after their verdict at a court in Nairobi, Kenya Wednesday, June 19, 2019. The Kenyan court found Mberesero, Hassan and Abikar guilty of conspiracy to commit a terror attack after phone records and handwriting linked them to the 2015 Garissa University assault that killed 148 people, while a fourth person, Sahal Diriye Hussein, was acquitted. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi)

3 People Found Guilty in 2015 Garissa University Terror Attack that Killed 148 in...

A Kenyan court Wednesday found three people guilty of conspiracy to commit a terror attack after phone records and handwriting linked them to the...