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Italy: It’s always Hanukkah in this picture-perfect town

Hanukkah in Casale Monferrato is commemorated with a year-round exhibit featuring dozens of menorahs, or hanukkiyot, created by international contemporary artists.

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USA: Baby Box saves abandoned baby from death in the cold

The newborn girl is the first baby saved in the heated, insulated box placed in the Coolspring Township Fire Department to help protect newborns from being abandoned.

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Saudi Arabia: Door opening for Christianity?

Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has said he intends to return Saudi Arabia to “moderate Islam” and open the country to all faiths.

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Israel: ‘Iron Dome of the seas’ fully operational

The new Iron Dome system was created to defend Israel’s maritime economic zone, including gas drilling rigs previously targeted by Hamas in 2014.

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MidEast: Palestinians furious after Saudi’s downplay importance of Jerusalem

In a deliberate downplaying of the importance of Jerusalem from both religious and nationalist viewpoints, it coincides with Saudi Arabia’s warming with Israel.

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Nigeria: Reinhard Bonnke’s Legacy Crusade rallies 1.7 million for Jesus

Day and night millions of people listened to the gospel and received miraculous healings, deliverance, and salvation.

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USA: Sam’s Club erupts into worship service

A viral video posted on Facebook is proving that praising the Lord and sharing the Gospel with others isn’t limited to four church walls.

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Canada: African activist meets Canadian jailed for pro-life witness

Check out the powerful encounter when African pro-life leader Obianuju Ekeocha met jailed pro-life Canadian activist Mary Wagner.

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USA: Museum of the Bible lets visitors touch the Jewish Temple

Visitors to most museums are greeted with “Don’t Touch” signs when it comes to ancient artifacts… but not here.  

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India: Christians praise God despite police brutality, month in jail

Six Christians facing false charges, two of them beaten by police, were jailed for a month for praying for a sick woman in eastern India.

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USA: Studies indicate people of faith cope better with tragedy

Psychologists find support from community and trust in God make a measurable impact in helping mass shooting survivors.

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Korea: Dramatic video shows North Korean soldier’s escape across border

Dramatic video showing a North Korean soldier fleeing across the border into South Korea while being shot by his former comrades has been released by the United Nations Command.

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Israel: Jewish man’s mission to bring Gospel back to his people

According to Israeli Jacob Damiani the Messiah didn’t come to replace Israel, he came to open the door, to reconcile all men to God, first to the Jews and then the Gentiles.

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Mexico: Government will no longer vote for Palestinians at UN

The report said that Mexico will change from voting in favor of the Palestinians to abstaining or voting for Israel’s interests.

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Vietnam: Churches growing, Christian businesses thriving

Thousands of Christians from more than 50 denominations came to the 500th-anniversary celebration of the Protestant Reformation in Ho Chi Minh City.

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