The leader of the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram is taunting the families of the 200 schoolgirls the group kidnapped in Nigeria.
Jeffrey Fowle, an American Christian who was detained in North Korea for six months, said he intentionally left his Bible in a nightclub in hopes it would get to the underground Church.
By a very slim margin Brazilian voters have returned leftist President Dilma Roussef to office for another four years.
Nelson Mandela became the symbol of freedom for South Africa. But French businessman Jean-Yves Ollivier was a key figure in the fall of apartheid. Now his story is coming to light in a new film.
Tuesday marks exactly 10 years that Dutch politician Geert Wilders has been forced to live under police protection. His outspoken distrust of Islam has him marked for death. Despite the high cost, he has no regrets.
NATO has reported an unusual spike in Russian military flights over the Black, Baltic and North seas, as well as the Atlantic Ocean.
Hundreds of female Kurdish fighters are joining the fight against ISIS.
The World Health Organization said Ebola infections in Liberia could be declining by as much as 25 percent a week.
After half a century of being plagued by Marxist guerilla warfare, what used to be a "spiritual black hole" in Colombia is increasingly coming into the light of Christianity.
Cuba is getting its first new Catholic church in 55 years. Cuban church officials say it's a sign of improving relations between the Vatican and the Castro government.