Christians Pray for Murders to Stop in South Africa

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By Tamas S. Kiss, BosNewsLife Special Correspondent

BLOEMFONTEIN, SOUTH AFRICA (BosNewsLife)-- Millions of South Africans are praying for "the healing" of their country amid ongoing massive murders of predominantly Christian farmers and others in the African nation. South Africa has been dubbed the "murder capital of the world," where at least 50 murders are said to take place daily, alongside uncountable cases of rapes, robberies, burglaries and vehicle hijackings. The new wave of farmer murders (predominantly of white South African ethnicity) has prompted the nation's Christian leaders, including KwaZulu-Natal farmer-evangelist Angus Buchan, to urge fellow South African farmers to "exercise extreme restraint."

NEWS WATCH: Hungarian Human Chain Against “Regime’s” Election Laws

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By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife)-- Hungary's former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány has led thousands into forming a human chain around parliament to protest changes to electoral laws that the government will introduce ahead of the 2014 elections, saying his nation is moving towards dictatorship.

News Agency Fears ‘Hungary Government Threats’ To Websites


By BosNewsLife News Center in Budapest, Hungary

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife)-- Budapest-based online news agency BosNewsLife expressed concern Thursday, October 18, about newly formulated “threats” by Hungary's government to block websites accused of 'crimes against the state' and 'illegal content.'

NEWS WATCH: Hungarian Prime Minister Ends Hunger Strike For Voters Rights

By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLIfe reporting from Budapest, Hungary

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife)-- The former prime minister of Hungary, Ferenc Gyurcsány, has ended a week-long hunger strike that he said was aimed at ensuring free and fair elections. Gyurscany has expressed concerns over plans by the government to overhaul the election system in the young democracy of this European Union nation.