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A deadly anniversary in Buenos Aires

International | Questions continue to linger after a terrorist bombing 25 years ago
by Mindy Belz
Posted 7/18/19, 01:59 pm

ARGENTINA: Thursday marks the 25th anniversary of the AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will head to the region to discuss counterterrorism and immigration.

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American missionary battles Ugandan lawsuit

International | Two mothers claim Renee Bach’s lack of medical training killed at least two children
by Onize Ohikere
Posted 7/02/19, 04:47 pm

An American Christian missionary serving in Uganda denied accusations last week that her actions led to the deaths of at least two children in her care.

The Women’s Probono Initiative filed a lawsuit against Renee Bach, 35, and her medical ministry, Serving His Children, at a high court in the Jinja district on Jan. 21 on behalf of two Ugandan mothers, Gimbo Zubeda and Kakai Annet. The women claim Serving His Children led to the deaths of “hundreds of babies” and demand the center cease operations and award damages to the affected families.

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Asia Bibi is free

International | The Pakistani Christian finally joins her family in Canada
by Mindy Belz
Posted 5/08/19, 12:09 pm

CANADA: Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian held for eight years on death row on charges of blasphemy against Islam, has arrived in Canada, seven months after the charges against her were overturned by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Bibi, who has been living in safe houses since the court’s decision, after Muslim mobs threatened to kill her, gained asylum—and under-the-radar passage—to Canada, where her children already reside.

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