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BREAKING NEWS: Philippines President Says God Asks Her To Resign

January 31, 2002
MANILA, PHILIPPINES (BosNewsLife) -- The woman who once described her presidency as "made in heaven" said Monday, December 30, that

Radio Active Trees Spoil Ukraine’s Christimas

January 31, 2002
KIEV, UKRAINE (BosNewsLife) -- As the former Soviet republic prepared for Orthodox Christmas, Ukraine's police seized a batch of

Turkmenistan’s Freed Baptist “Under Surveillance”

January 28, 2002
ASHGABAT, TURKMENISTAN (BosNewsLife) -- Baptist Shageldy Atakov, who was Turmenistan's most prominent religious prisoner, has been

Christians Return to Croatian War Torn Village

January 27, 2002
KOROG, CROATIA (BosNewsLife) -- More than 10 years after a war that shattered their lives but not their faith, Hungarian Reformed Christians

Albania has New Cathedral

January 26, 2002
TIRANA, ALBANIA (BosNewsLife) -- A decade after Europe's most hard-line atheist regime was overthrown, hundreds of Catholic Christians

Romanian Bishop Plans New Libel Suit against AP

January 22, 2002
BUCHAREST, ROMANIA (BosNewsLife) -- A Protestant church leader, who played a crucial role in the 1989 Romanian revolution that toppled dictator

Detained US Missionary Couple Cries Out for Help

January 22, 2002
ZAMBOANGA CITY, PHILIPPINES (BosNewsLife) -- An American missionary couple held hostage in the southern Philippines for eight

Persecution of Christians Intensifies in former Soviet Union

January 21, 2002
MOSCOW/BAKU (BosNewsLife) -- There were fresh reports about persecution of Christians throughout the former Soviet Union Monday

Hungary’s Reformed Church Condemns Anti-Semitism

January 21, 2002
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife) -- The Synod of the Reformed Church in Hungary is concerned about links between several of its

Two-Week Prison for Pentecostal Leaders

January 21, 2002
BAKU, AZERBAIJAN (BosNewsLife) -- Amid growing pressure on Protestant congregations throughout former Soviet states, two leaders
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