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Miracles in Munich

Refugees | Some Afghans seeking asylum in Germany have found refuge in Jesus, too 
by Jenny Lind Schmitt
Posted 3/14/19, 01:29 pm

On an August Sunday afternoon, the streets of central Munich, Germany, showed signs of approaching Oktoberfest: Huge beer tents filled the festival grounds and hundreds of temporary cell towers were in place to support the two-week influx of 7 million visitors.

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Nigeria’s election delay gets testy

International | Plus, the media’s romance with ISIS brides continues and other news from around the world
by Mindy Belz
Posted 2/20/19, 11:49 am

NIGERIA: With a last-minute delay of presidential elections, the leading challenger to incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari accused Buhari’s party of using the postponement to create “the space to perfect their rigging plans.” Young voters are pushing for change, though the main contenders are well-known public figures in their 70s.

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Brits reckon with global persecution of Christians

International | Aid group calls for accountability in the U.K.’s granting of asylum
by Mindy Belz
Posted 1/23/19, 03:09 pm

 

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