Mindy Belz

Mindy wrote WORLD Magazine's first cover story in 1986 and went on to serve as international editor, editor, and now senior editor. She has covered wars in Syria, Afganistan, Africa, and the Balkans, and she recounts some of her experiences in They Say We Are Infidels: On the Run from ISIS with Persecuted Christians in the Middle East. Mindy resides with her husband, Nat, in Asheville, N.C. Follow her on Twitter @mcbelz.

A weaning year?

International | World Relief wants off the dole
by Mindy Belz
Posted 9/19/98, 12:00 am

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Slowing the growth of population control

International | Even some religious agencies supportive of population control are backing an effort in Congress to take some money out of the hands of pro-abortion organizations
by Mindy Belz
Posted 9/19/98, 12:00 am

The receptionist taking calls at Andean Rural Health, Inc., sounds more Appalachian than Andean. The storefront for this multimillion-dollar, private, non-profit relief agency is a converted residence facing Lake Junaluska, a retreat center in the North Carolina mountains owned by the United Methodist Church, where Andean Rural Health has its roots.

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Russian ruble roulette

International | As Clinton traveled to Moscow, it was plain that a "free" market cannot outrun corrupt officials
by Mindy Belz
Posted 9/12/98, 12:00 am

Nightmare scenarios flow as easily out of Russia as the talk from the currency hustlers peddling pipe dreams along the shopping arcades near the Kremlin.

With the country perched at the razor's edge of bankruptcy, one scenario has street brawls erupting between cash-strapped Muscovites, bringing on martial law and a return to Soviet-era control over daily life.

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