Breaking World News
The following news is taken in whole or part from Worthy News Ministries.
Poland Court: Activist Quilty Of Aiding Abortion
A court in heavily Catholic Poland on Tuesday found a self-declared women’s rights activist guilty of aiding an abortion by providing pills, the first such conviction in a nation with the European continent’s strictest abortion laws.
Netherlands Vote As Social Turmoil Threatens Government
Dutch voters began voting Wednesday in local elections that will impact the national legislature when the country’s longtime prime minister faces the worst social turmoil in years.
EU: ‘Hungary Targets Opponents Through Israeli Spyware’ (Worthy News Radio)
Leaders of the European Union’s parliament committee investigating espionage have accused Hungary’s government of “grossly abusing” Israeli spyware to intimidate hundreds of perceived domestic opponents.
Latest World News Headlines
Russia Doesn’t Recognize Crimes Court Amid Fierce Fighting In Ukraine (Worthy News Radio) – March 14, 2023
Russian jet collides with U.S. drone over Black Sea – March 14, 2023
Turkey is blocking humanitarian aid to Kurdish earthquake victims in northern Syria – March 14, 2023
Iran, Belarus Sign Cooperation Deal Despite Western Concerns – March 14, 2023
Belarus Halting Worship Services – March 14, 2023
North Korea test-fires two cruise missiles ahead of South Korea/US joint military drill – March 13, 2023
US-UK-Australia Submarine Plans Move Ahead; China Has Said it Reveals ‘Cold War Mentality’ – March 13, 2023
Breaking Israel News
Islamic Jihad calls on Israeli Arabs to launch armed uprising against Israel
With tensions already running extremely high amid increased Palestinian terror attacks against Israelis and counter-terrorist offensives by the Israel Defense Forces, the military wing of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group has called on Israeli Arabs to launch a third “intifada” – deadly armed uprising – against Israel, i24 News reports. The First Intifada took place between 1987-1991, while the Second Intifada began in 2000 and lasted until 2005.
Israel: Knesset passes first reading of controversial bill designed to curtail judicial review of legislation
Despite massive widespread protests by Israeli citizens, and ignoring the strong opposition of the country’s President Isaac Herzog, Israel’s parliament on Tuesday approved the first reading of a highly controversial bill that would restrict judicial review of legislation and consolidate power in the hands of the new far-right government, i24 News reports.
Latest Israel News Headlines
Bill protecting PM from impeachment submitted to Israeli parliament – March 13, 2023
IAF fighter jets, refuelers hold air drill with US forces, thought to focus on Iran – March 13, 2023
200,000 Protest Israeli Premier’s Judicial Reforms – March 13, 2023
Israel’s Concerns Over China Deal With Iran, Saudi Arabia – March 12, 2023
Breaking U.S. News
Ohio sues Norfolk Southern over East Palestine train derailment
The state of Ohio this week announced a lawsuit against Norfolk Southern in connection with the February derailment of one of its trains near the town of East Palestine.
Praying Football Coach Is Now Back on the Job After Supreme Court Victory
A Washington state high school football coach who was fired for silently praying on the field after games has been officially reinstated after he won his Supreme Court case last June.
Latest U.S. News Headlines
Biden to sign executive order increasing background checks for Americans buying guns – March 14, 2023
Bank stocks dive as Wall Street trembles amid SVB failure – March 13, 2023
Washington OKs Huge Oil Drilling In Alaska – March 13, 2023
FDIC Will Protect All Silicon Valley Bank Deposits After Sudden Collapse, Treasury Says – March 12, 2023
US Deficit Surges 52% to $723B Fiscal YTD – March 12, 2023
US House Votes To Declassify COVID Origins; Biden Pressured (Video) – March 10, 2023
New York to pay Christian agency $250,000 in lawsuit settlement over LGBT child placements – March 9, 2023
Breaking Christian News
Nigeria: Gunmen shoot dead the son of a Baptist pastor, abduct pastor’s wife and others, “we are fervently praying to God”
As the slaughter of Christians in Nigeria continues with minimal intervention by the government, gunmen in Kaduna state on Friday shot and killed the son of a Baptist pastor before abducting the pastor’s wife and three other people, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
Iran: Pastor still faces 30 lashes and two years in exile after early release from prison
An Iranian pastor who converted to Christianity from Islam has been released after serving five years of a jail term he received for sharing the Gospel with Muslims, but still faces 30 lashes and two years in exile from his home, Article 18 reports.
DRC: Islamic State claims responsibility for murdering 35 Christians
Islamic State terrorists in the Democratic Republic of Congo have confirmed that they recently killed 35 people whom they claim are “Christian” in Mukondi village in North Kivu province, the Associated Press reports.
Latest Christian News Headlines
‘God has been drawing Gen Z to Himself’: Regent students’ holding revival worship during spring break – March 9, 2023
Nicaragua: Thousands flock to Somotillo to hear the Gospel and encounter God – March 9, 2023
New Reports of Revival, 20 Baptisms at Purdue – Evangelist Chastises Critics, ‘God Is Moving, It’s Just Starting’ – March 8, 2023
A further 41 Texas churches leave UMC over LGBTQ stance – March 8, 2023
England: Large Anglican church to stop payments to Diocese in split over LGBT blessing ceremonies – March 8, 2023
Nigeria: Church of Christ in Nations pastor and two sons killed by Islamist militants – March 7, 2023
India: Hindu nationalists vandalize Gideon Bible stall at fair, accuse Christians of entrapment – March 7, 2023