International

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Globe Trot: Mudslides bury three villages in rainy Sri Lanka

By Mindy Belz
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International | SRI LANKA: At least 200 families are missing after mudslides buried three villages in central Sri Lanka, where rains are the worst rescue crews have seen in…

Currents of discrimination course through Afghan power line project

By Anna K. Poole
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Afghanistan | With a crippled economy, swelling unemployment rates, and bitter infighting between insurgents, Afghanistan has little surplus energy to address accusations…

A weakening Boko Haram reaches out to ISIS

By Onize Ohikere
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Nigeria | The multinational forces combating Boko Haram’s insurgency have arrested five of the group’s leaders and freed several women and children, Cameroon’s…

Globe Trot: Christian refugees in Germany report death threats

By Mindy Belz
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International | GERMANY: A survey of Christian refugees in Germany reveals most are persecuted both at the hands of fellow refugees and security staff and others in Europe.

Lessons from the Cold War

Lessons from the Cold War

By Lee Edwards & Elizabeth Edwards Spalding
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Foreign Policy | Millennials who prefer socialism to capitalism should understand why Americans persevered

Globe Trot: Analyst promises evidence of Clinton Foundation fraud

By Mindy Belz
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International | UNITED STATES: This weekend, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel plans to upload the first of 48 exhibits showing fraudulent activities by the Clinton…

Four Americans sentenced for failed Gambian coup

By Onize Ohikere
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Africa | Four Gambian-Americans, who attempted and failed to overthrow Gambian President Yahya Jammeh in a 2014 coup, received lighter sentences than expected from a…

Author in exile

By June Cheng
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China | Writer and political activist Yu Jie has discovered Chinese censorship reaching even outside the mainland

Wang Yi: The long road

By June Cheng
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Q&A | A pastor’s perspective on Chinese house church obstacles and opportunities

A man, a plan, a canal, Panama

By Marvin Olasky
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Zika Virus | The Panama Canal is an engineering marvel because it was first a public health marvel. To beat Zika today, we need the same determination

An award for Armando Valladares

By Marvin Olasky
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Religious Liberty | Cuban poet and artist Armando Valladares is scheduled to receive tonight in New York City The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty’s Canterbury Medal, given…

Somali forces raid al-Shabaab, Islamic State bases

By Onize Ohikere
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Terrorism | A Somali commando unit on Wednesday killed at least 15 suspected Islamist fighters in its second crackdown in two days on al-Shabaab bases. The military…

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