The following news is taken in whole or part from Worthy News Ministries.
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced mounting pressure to resign Tuesday after the finance and health ministers stepped down to protest his leadership style.
Hungary will host hundreds of religious Jewish refugees from Ukraine who require kosher food, a rabbi says.
Five people were killed and 49 others injured when a magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Iran’s coastal province of Hormozgan on Saturday, Reuters reports. The region was struck again a short while later by two further earthquakes of over 6.0 magnitude.
Latest World News Headlines
Iran, Russia, China To Run War Drills in Latin America – July 5, 2022
Russian Lawmaker Proposes Declaring U.S. ‘Terrorist State’ – July 5, 2022
Breaking Israel News
The IDF on Saturday shot down three drones launched by Iran-backed Lebanese terror group Hezbollah toward an Israeli gas platform, the Washington Times reports.
Defense Minister Benny Gantz on Tuesday revealed satellite images he said showed the “most significant” Iranian military maritime activity in the Red Sea in a decade.
Latest Israel News Headlines
Biden: Visit is meant to integrate Israel in the region – July 1, 2022
Israel’s New PM Facing Security Challenges – July 1, 2022
Breaking U.S. News
The high-altitude inflatables, flying at between 60,000 and 90,000 feet, would be added to the Pentagon’s extensive surveillance network and could eventually be used to track hypersonic weapons.
The Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Arizona challenging its law that requires proof of citizenship for residents to vote in presidential elections.
Latest U.S. News Headlines
6 Killed In Shooting At Chicago Independence Parade – July 4, 2022
US Police Killed Black Man; Violence Feared – July 3, 2022
US Supreme Court Backs Biden On Migration – July 1, 2022
US Supreme Court Curbs Government’s Greenhouse Gas Rules – June 30, 2022
Breaking Christian News
International Christian persecution watchdog groups have ranked Afghanistan the number one most dangerous country in the world for believers since the Taliban takeover of the country in August 2021, Christian Today reports.
Iranian authorities have upheld the five-year prison sentences handed to each of three Christians convicted of “engaging in propaganda” and sharing “deviant beliefs contrary to Holy Sharia law” through practicing their faith at a house church, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports.