BAGHDAD, IRAQ (BosNewsLife)-- Officials in Iraq said Saturday, June 30, that the death toll in n suicide attacks grew to 23, adding to concerns within the dwindling Christian community, some of whom work
BREAKING NEWS: Scotland Police Arrests After Car Explodes At Glasgow Airport (TERRORISM WATCH-UPDATE 6)June 30, 2007
(CHANGING HEADLINE AND ADDING MORE DETAILS)LONDON/GLASGOW (BosNewsLife)-- Police detained two suspects after a four-wheel drive vehicle crashed into the main terminal building of Scotland's Glasgow Airport and exploded into
LONDON, UK (BosNewsLife)-- London was on edge Friday, June 29, as police discovered a second explosive device in a vehicle in the Park Lane area, just hours after officials said they defused a "massive" car bomb in the city's busy theater district.
DHAKA/JERUSALEM (BosNewsLife)-- A journalist who urged the Bangladeshi government to recognize the State of Israel may face execution by hanging, an Israeli news service reported Friday, June 29.
DHAKA, BANGLADESH (BosNewsLife)-- There was concern Thursday, June 28, over the whereabouts of a group of Christian converts in Bangladesh as a deadline expired for them to leave an area.
HAVANA, CUBA (BosNewsLife)-- Pro-democracy activists, including Christians, remained behind bars Thursday, June 28, in Communist-run Cuba, amid fresh concerns about their health because of alleged prison abuses.
BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife)-- Eight Chinese 'house church' leaders from China's Shaanxi and Shandong provinces remained detained and faced the prospect of serving time in labor camps Wednesday, June 27, after a police crackdown on Bible distribution and worship services, rights watchers and fellow Christians said.
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife)-- Patients in Budapest's Christian Szent Ferenc (Saint Franciscus) Hospital may be forgiven for demanding cool air these days. Yet, despite a heat wave that has claimed dozens of
MANILA, PHILIPPINES (BosNewsLife)-- The government of the Philippines has sent three emissaries to start negotiations with gunmen holding an Italian Catholic priest in the south, the military said Tuesday, June 26.
JAKARTA, INDONESIA (BosNewsLife)-- Seventeen Christians charged under Indonesiaâ€™s controversial anti-terror laws still faced an uncertain future Tuesday, June 26, just days after prosecutors demanded 15-to 20-year prison sentences.