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Blinken Criticizes Hamas Response to Israeli Offer, Calls Some Changes ‘Unworkable’
Blinken Criticizes Hamas Response to Israeli Offer, Calls Some Changes ‘Unworkable’
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken harshly criticized Hamas’s response to Israel’s hostage deal proposal, stating that it included impractical changes and suggesting that if Hamas maintains its current stance, it will be responsible for prolonging the war.

Hezbollah Fires Unprecedently Large Barrage of Missiles at Northern Israel
Hezbollah Fires Unprecedently Large Barrage of Missiles at Northern Israel
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Soon after Israel announced preparations for an anticipated “broader military conflict” with Hezbollah, the Iran-backed Islamic terrorist group launched 160 missiles – its largest single barrage to date – at northern Israel towns on Wednesday morning, Ynet News reports. The particularly large barrage of missiles was launched on the first day of Shavuot (Feast of Weeks), a Biblical holiday celebrated in Israel.

Israel Deploys Air LORA: Its Largest Air-Launched Ballistic Missile
Israel Deploys Air LORA: Its Largest Air-Launched Ballistic Missile
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Israel has introduced a new air-launched ballistic missile designed to overcome advanced air defenses and deliver precise strikes announced by the Israel Aerospace Industries.

IDF is Preparing From “Broad Military Conflict” with Hezbollah
IDF is Preparing From “Broad Military Conflict” with Hezbollah
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

While still fighting a full-scale war against Hamas in Gaza, Israel’s Defense Forces (IDF) have dramatically intensified preparations to defend the Jewish state against an anticipated “broad military conflict” with Hezbollah in Lebanon, Ynet News reports. Both Hamas and Hezbollah are Shia Islamic jihadist terror organizations supported by Iran which, like them, is sworn to the destruction of Israel.

U.S. Proposes Historic Defense Treaty to Saudi Arabia For Normalization with Israel
U.S. Proposes Historic Defense Treaty to Saudi Arabia For Normalization with Israel
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

The Biden administration is working on a historic defense treaty with Saudi Arabia as part of a strategic effort to foster diplomatic ties between Riyadh and Israel, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

Gantz Withdraws from Coalition, Calls for Elections
Gantz Withdraws from Coalition, Calls for Elections
Monday, June 10, 2024

Benny Gantz, chairman of the National United Party and a member of the War Cabinet, announced that he and his party are withdrawing from the coalition government formed after the October 7 massacre. Although his resignation won’t collapse the coalition, it will leave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu more dependent on his far-right partners.

UN Security Council Passes U.S. Resolution Supporting Israeli Ceasefire Proposal, Urges Hamas to Agree
UN Security Council Passes U.S. Resolution Supporting Israeli Ceasefire Proposal, Urges Hamas to Agree
Monday, June 10, 2024

The United Nations Security Council called on Hamas to accept Israel’s ceasefire offer on Monday after passing a U.S. resolution in a 14-0 vote to increase pressure on the terrorist organization.

World News

Russian Nuclear-Capable Submarine and Missile Frigate Sail Within 30 Miles of Florida in Military Drill
Russian Nuclear-Capable Submarine and Missile Frigate Sail Within 30 Miles of Florida in Military Drill
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

A Russian flotilla including a nuclear-capable submarine and a missile frigate passed within 30 miles of Florida in the United States on Tuesday as it sailed to Cuba during a pre-announced military exercise, the Miami Herald reports.

Malawi’s Vice President Dies in Plane Crash
Malawi’s Vice President Dies in Plane Crash
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Malawi’s vice president has died following a plane crash, the president of the African nation confirmed.

China Bans Worthy News; VPN Could Offer Hope (Worthy News Investigation)
China Bans Worthy News; VPN Could Offer Hope (Worthy News Investigation)
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Communist-run China is actively suppressing access to Christian news agency Worthy News and other websites deemed “dangerous” to the government.

WHO Illegally Extends Its Global Power, Experts Warn (Worthy News Focus)
WHO Illegally Extends Its Global Power, Experts Warn (Worthy News Focus)
Monday, June 10, 2024

The World Health Organization (WHO) has secretly and illegally taken steps to give the agency global powers to govern public health after its failure to push through the “Pandemic Agreement,” experts say.

Far-Right Surges In EU Elections But Center Remains Strong (Worthy News Radio)
Far-Right Surges In EU Elections But Center Remains Strong (Worthy News Radio)
Monday, June 10, 2024

Far-right parties surged in the European Union-wide elections for a new European Parliament, including in Germany and France, where President Emmanuel Macron called snap legislative elections within three weeks.

21 nations voting in Super Sunday EU elections (Worthy News Radio)
21 nations voting in Super Sunday EU elections (Worthy News Radio)
Sunday, June 9, 2024

Voting was underway in most of the 27 European Union member states Sunday, the final and most significant day of European Parliament elections, amid concerns about the war in Ukraine, which seeks to join the EU, and issues such as migration. Polls ahead of what has been dubbed Super Sunday suggest far-right and moderate right-wing parties are due to make gains.

Italy Among Those Voting in EU Elections After Violence (Worthy News Radio)
Italy Among Those Voting in EU Elections After Violence (Worthy News Radio)
Saturday, June 8, 2024

Voting was underway Saturday in five European Union countries, including Italy, to choose 127 of the 720 seats in the European Parliament during concerns about the EU’s future. Saturday’s vote was day three of four days of European elections, marred by violence, such as an attack against the Danish prime minister. The voting will conclude Sunday when most voters of the 27 member states cast ballots. Observers on Saturday focused especially on Italy and Slovakia, which are still reeling from last month’s assassination attempt on their prime minister.

U.S. News

Baltimore Shipping Channel Reopens After 11-Week Closure Due to Bridge Collapse
Baltimore Shipping Channel Reopens After 11-Week Closure Due to Bridge Collapse
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Authorities expect commercial shipping traffic through the Port of Baltimore to return to normal levels soon. This follows the full reopening of the channel this week, marking the first time it has been open since the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge approximately 11 weeks ago.

Federal Court Blocks Florida’s Ban on Sex Change Treatments for Minors
Federal Court Blocks Florida’s Ban on Sex Change Treatments for Minors
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

A federal court on Tuesday blocked Florida’s ban on sex-change treatments for minors with similar restrictions for adults on the grounds that the legislation is unconstitutional, Forbes reports.

Colorado Cannot Withhold Funding From Preschools on Grounds of Catholic Beliefs, Federal Court Rules
Colorado Cannot Withhold Funding From Preschools on Grounds of Catholic Beliefs, Federal Court Rules
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

A federal court ruled Tuesday that the state of Colorado acted unconstitutionally when it excluded Catholic preschools from a state universal preschool funding program (UPK) on the grounds that the schools require staff and families to share Catholic beliefs, CBN News reports. Catholic preschools in the Archdiocese of Denver are now allowed to participate in the UPK program.

U.S. Borrowing Nears $5B Daily, Deficit Hits $1.2T in First 8 Months of 2024
U.S. Borrowing Nears $5B Daily, Deficit Hits $1.2T in First 8 Months of 2024
Monday, June 10, 2024

The U.S. government has accumulated a $1.2 trillion deficit in the first eight months of this fiscal year by borrowing nearly $5 billion daily on average, according to the latest Congressional Budget Office data.

US Test-Fires “Successfully” Test-Fires Two Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles
US Test-Fires “Successfully” Test-Fires Two Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles
Monday, June 10, 2024

Asserting the exercise was not connected to “current world events,” the United States last week “successfully” test-fired two unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles from a Space Force base in California, Defense News reports. The Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) system was launched in the 1970s and, despite its age, is expected to remain in use until the 2030s.

Apollo 8 Astronaut William Anders, Killed In Plane Crash
Apollo 8 Astronaut William Anders, Killed In Plane Crash
Saturday, June 8, 2024

Retired Major General William Anders, one of the first three people to have traveled to the Moon when he snapped an iconic picture of Earth, has been killed in a small plane crash, his family and officials said Saturday. He was 90 years old.

5 Million Doses of Vaccine Being Prepared Against Bird Flu
5 Million Doses of Vaccine Being Prepared Against Bird Flu
Thursday, June 6, 2024

Nearly five million doses of flu vaccine are being prepared for potential use in the United States as the continued spread of H5N1 avian flu among dairy cows has resulted in three cases of bird flu in humans, UPI reports.

Christian News

China: Christian Taken Into Custody for Posting Commemoration of Tiananmen Square Massacre
China: Christian Taken Into Custody for Posting Commemoration of Tiananmen Square Massacre
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

An evangelical Christian in south-west China was arrested and detained earlier this month after he commemorated the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in a social media post, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. The massacre took place on Jun. 2, 1989, when the ruling Chinese Communist Party used military force to kill hundreds of pro-democracy protestors.

DRC: Islamic Terrorists Murder Nine in Village Attack, “A Trail of Sorrow and Despair”
DRC: Islamic Terrorists Murder Nine in Village Attack, “A Trail of Sorrow and Despair”
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Terrorists with the Islamist rebel Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) murdered nine people in a devastating attack on a village in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) on Saturday, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. 

70,000 People Turn Out to Hear the Gospel in Central London
70,000 People Turn Out to Hear the Gospel in Central London
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

While Britain struggles with the effects of secularism and its Church of England remains deeply divided over LGBTQ issues, some 70,000 people turned out in the heart of London to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ last month. The May 4 event was organized by British evangelist Daniel Chand, founder of the UK-based evangelistic organization Walking Like Jesus Ministries (WLJM).

Armed Muslims Kidnap Priest in Nigeria
Armed Muslims Kidnap Priest in Nigeria
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Christians were praying Monday for a Roman Catholic Church priest who they said had been kidnapped by armed Muslim “bandits” in Nigeria’s northwestern state of Kaduna.

Pakistan: “Devout” Christian Mother in Prison for Alleged Blasphemy
Pakistan: “Devout” Christian Mother in Prison for Alleged Blasphemy
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

A devoutly Christian woman in Pakistan has been refused bail and faces a 10-year jail sentence for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments of Muslims, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.

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