Christmas Dinner For Christian Refugee Children From Syria, Iraq


By BosNewsLife Middle East Service
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AMMAN, JORDAN (BosNewsLife)-- Preparations were underway in Jordan's capital Amman for "the first ever Christmas meal for Christian refugee children from Iraq and Syria" who have been "mostly ignored by Islamic charities," organizers said.

NEWS WATCH: EU’s Ashton Expects Breakthrough In Kosovo Dispute

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By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife

Catherine-AshtonPRISTINA/BELGRADE (BosNewsLife)-- The European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton says Serbia and Kosovo are close to a deal to end the ethnic partition of the former Serbian province.

NEWS ALERT: Russian Christians In Meteor-Hit Region Appeal For Prayers


By BosNewsLife News Center with reporting by BosNewsLife's Stefan J. Bos

meteorCHELYABINSK/BUDAPEST (BosNewsLife)-- Christian missionaries and a pastor in Russia's Ural Mountains appealed for prayers late Friday, February 15, after a meteor with the power of an atomic bomb exploded over the region injuring more than 1,000 people.

Orthodox Christmas Underway: Merry Christmas

BUDAPEST/MOSCOW (BosNewsLife)-- Christmas Eve has arrived for millions of Orthodox Christians, who plan celebrations from Moscow and the rest of the former Soviet Union to the Middle East, and beyond. BosNewsLife, Central and Eastern Europe's first Christian news agency, said late Sunday, January 6, it "wishes everyone a merry Christ-filled Christmas."

Indonesia Christmas Marred By Attacks With Rotten Eggs, Sewage


By BosNewsLife Asia Service

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JAKARTA, INDONESIA (BosNewsLife)-- Several Christians in Indonesia were recovering of shock Wednesday, December 26, after Muslims threw rotten eggs, manure and bags with urine at Christians trying to celebrate Christmas, witnesses said.

BosNewsLife’s Week in Review: Christians Worship As Islamic Militants Attack And Kill (Nov.11-17)


By BosNewsLife News Center

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife)-- The November 11-17 newsweek was marked by reports of Islamic militants attacking churches and, in at least one case, beheading a young Christian man "for leaving Islam", though believers continued to gather in worship expressing their faith in Christ and in their future.