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Nigeria: All International Airports to Get Pilgrims Camps – Jonathan

Leadership, Abuja – President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday directed that henceforth, pilgrims camps should be built inside all international airports across the country. Speaking when he received the report of


Ghana: Roman Father Slams’ Cedi Prayers’

Kumasi — The Deputy Arch-Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church in Kumasi, Rev. Father Louis K. Tuffuor has added his voice to the ongoing debate over spiritual intervention for the


Valentine’s Day: Would You Be Mine … God?

By Kimberly Lock, Christian Post – The month of love is here. February 14th is deemed as Valentine’s Day. During this time, we find the convenient stores filled with cute little greeting cards,

Community News

The Redeemed Church of God preaches the gospel in US

By Jason Margolis, BBC News – For centuries, European and American missionaries have gone to Africa to spread the word of Christ. That trend is now working in reverse, with a


Belgium’s parliament votes through child euthanasia

Parliament in Belgium has passed a bill allowing euthanasia for terminally ill children without any age limit, by 86 votes to 44, with 12 abstentions. When, as expected, the bill


Christian-Muslim Clashes in Central African Republic Leave 75 Dead; Thousands Hiding in Churches Need Help

By Stoyan Zaimov – Clashes between Christian and Muslim groups in a town in the Central African Republican have left 75 people dead this past week, according to reports from

Church & Ministries

Protestant Churches to Hold ‘Day of Prayer’ for South Sudan, Ask for Peace and Justice in Violence-Ridden Nation

By Michael Gryboski, Christian Post – Protestant Churches in the United States and abroad have called for a “Day of Prayer for South Sudan” in response to the recent news


Justice Department to Extend Benefits to Same-Sex Couples in All US States

By Anugrah Kumar, Christian Post – Speaking at an event by a gay lobby group in New York on Saturday, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Justice Department will

Featured Politics

Women on the Rise in African Politics

Anne Look, VOA NEWS DAKAR — Africa now has three female heads of state, after Catherine Samba-Panza of the Central African Republic took office in January. Though women leaders remain


Burundi floods: Many dead in Bujumbura

At least 50 people are reported to have died after floods and landslides hit the Burundi capital, Bujumbura. The BBC’s Cyiriaque Muhawenayo in the city says it is not yet