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Hong Kong rejects China’s offer of ‘fake democracy’

By Angela Lu
Posted

China | Hong Kong’s legislature voted not to implement a China-backed election plan Thursday, a victory for democracy activists in the former British colony and the…

Vaccines & Viruses: Ebola makes a comeback

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Vaccines & Viruses | Ebola is back. Cases of Ebola are ticking up again in Guinea and Sierra Leone, after the virus was eradicated from Liberia in May and seemed to be on the…

China’s big hack attack

By Cal Thomas
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National Security | Upon hearing of the massive data breach of employee information from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM)—allegedly by hackers working for the Chinese…

UN report: Eritrea guilty of ‘gross’ human rights violations

By Julia A. Seymour
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Persecution | The government of Eritrea rules its people by fear and control in a “totalitarian” state, according to a new United Nations report. Amid rampant human…

Globe Trot: Calling U.S. Christians to action on Iraq

By Mindy Belz
Posted

International | IRAQ: One year after the ISIS capture of Mosul, it’s imperative to find a way to take care of the survivors, most of them Iraqi Christians, who…

Report: UN peacekeepers pay impoverished local women for sex

By Michael Cochrane
Posted

United Nations | Sexual exploitation of local populations by members of United Nations peacekeeping forces is “quite common but underreported,”according to a draft report…

Looking for poverty solutions that actually work

By Julie Borg
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Research | In the 50 years since Lyndon Johnson declared war on poverty and envisioned the Great Society, American taxpayers have spent a whopping $22 trillion dollars…

Spreading the words

By Angela Lu
Posted

2015 Books Issue | A Taiwanese publishing group is on the lookout for Reformed books to translate into Chinese

Globe Trot: Obama to send more troops to help Iraq fight ISIS

By Mindy Belz
Posted

International | IRAQ: The Obama administration will send “up to 450” more troops to Iraq’s Anbar Province to boost training of local forces against ISIS. Inside…

Kenya shifts anti-terror focus, offers amnesty to militant youth

By Moses Wasamu
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Kenya | Between late last year and now, more than 200 people died from terror attacks in northern Kenya, with the militant group al-Shabaab from Somalia claiming…

Lack of miniskirts in Tunisia reveals bigger problem

By Onize Ohikere
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North Africa | In 2010, Tunisia sparked the Arab Spring that led to the resignation of political leaders around the Arab world. But it proved to be a lot harder to organize…

Congo voters battle against presidential power lust

By Onize Ohikere
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Congo | As the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) prepares for its upcoming elections, the battle against the incumbent president’s run for a third term rages on.

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