News from this Week-5/25/22

Breaking World News

The following news is taken in whole or part from Worthy News Ministries.

Food Supplies Under Pressure As Ukraine Conflict Spreads

There are growing concerns over the impact the conflict in Ukraine could have on food supplies. Ukraine is a significant grain exporter, but clashes continue.

Hungary In State Of Emergency Over Ukraine War

Hungary’s hardline prime minister said his government had assumed emergency powers Tuesday in response to the war in Ukraine after his allies amended the constitution.

Russian, Chinese Bombers Near Japan and South Korea

Russian and Chinese bombers flew joint patrols near Japanese and South Korean air defense zones on Tuesday in an apparent warning to U.S. President Joe Biden visiting the region.

Latest World News Headlines

UN expert predicts global food crisis may be 10 weeks away – May 23, 2022

Top Russian Diplomat Quits Over War In Ukraine – May 23, 2022

Anthony Albanese Sworn In As Australia’s PM – May 23, 2022

Expert: Monkeypox likely spread by sex at 2 raves in Europe – May 23, 2022

Germany To Deliver Tanks To Ukraine – May 22, 2022

Russia Claims A Victory Amid Concerns About Churches In Ukraine – May 22, 2022

Lebanese Christian leader calls for Hezbollah’s grip on country to end – May 22, 2022

Breaking Israel News

U.S. sanctions Hamas official and financial network, Treasury Dept. says

The United States on Tuesday imposed sanctions on a Hamas finance official and a network of financial facilitators and companies that have generated revenue for the Palestinian militant group, the Treasury Department said.

Netanyahu says case against him ‘dead’ as prosecutors forced to revise indictment

Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has declared the main criminal case against him “dead,” after state prosecutors were forced to alter the charge sheet, Israeli media reported last week.

Latest Israel News Headlines

US Mediating Talks Between Egyptians, Saudis and Israelis – May 23, 2022

Israel’s government coalition crisis reaching an end – May 22, 2022

Knesset Member Resigns Which Could Lead to Early Elections in Israel – May 19, 2022

Israel To Join WHO Rules Despite Controversy – May 19, 2022

Breaking U.S. News

Massive super tornado has hit Texas, residents told to shelter

Texans were told to shelter in place as a massive super tornado hit northern Texas near Morton and was making its way across the state on Tuesday morning, Fox News reports. The tornado has wind gusts up to 70 mph, National Weather Service officials in Lubbock said.

Backlash prompts State Farm to end program donating trans books to schools

Insurance company State Farm is discontinuing its support for the controversial GenderCool Project amid backlash following reports that the company was donating books about transgender issues, targeted at 5-year-olds, to schools.

Latest U.S. News Headlines

Heated ‘Jim Crow’ Rhetoric by Democrats and Media Gets Debunked by Georgia’s Record-Breaking Voter Turnout – May 24, 2022

Teenage Gunman Kills 21 In US School Shooting (Updated) – May 24, 2022

Durham puts FBI investigators on stand to substantiate materiality of alleged Sussmann lie to bureau – May 24, 2022

Appeals Court: Florida Law on Social Media Unconstitutional – May 23, 2022

US: ‘Christian Unvaccinated Cadets Not Commissioned’ – May 23, 2022

‘Major Legal Victory’: VA Judge Rules Gender Identity Books Too Obscene for Minors – May 22, 2022

ICE data shows dramatic drop in deportations under Joe Biden – May 22, 2022

Breaking Christian News

Nigeria: Islamic extremists set fire to Christians homes and businesses in Bauchi

Young Islamic men in Nigeria’s Bauchi state set Christian homes and businesses state on fire Friday as they searched for a Christian woman rumored to have made a blasphemous comment insulting Muhammad, Morning Star News reports. The incident happened days after a mob of Islamic extremists in Soroko state murdered Christian student Deborah Emmanuel, after accusing her of insulting Muhammad in a WhatsApp comment.

China introducing new financial regulations in clampdown on churches

Continuing its clampdown on churches and other minority religious organizations, China’s communist regime is bringing in new regulations for governing the management of revenues, local and foreign donations and expenses of religious organizations, the Barnabas Fund reports.

Latest Christian News Headlines

Southern Baptists Refused to Act on Abuse, Despite Secret List of Pastors – May 23, 2022

Eritrea: Christians continue to worship God despite brutal persecution – May 23, 2022

Nigeria: Islamic State release video showing execution of 20 Christians – May 23, 2022

India: Christians wait for authorities to investigate policeman who burned down church building – May 23, 2022

Nigeria: Armed police stood by as Christian student was murdered – May 23, 2022

Pakistan Pastor Facing Death For “Blasphemy” – May 22, 2022

Nearly half of US pastors find congregants’ political views a challenge – May 19, 2022

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