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Pastors in prison and other tragedies

International | Good guys and bad guys made international news this week
by Mindy Belz
Posted 11/09/18, 03:39 pm

MYANMAR: A crackdown on Christians in Wa state has landed Chinese missionary pastor John Cao in prison with scant outside intervention—despite a history of successful church and school plantings in Myanmar. Cao, married to an American with two sons attending U.S. colleges, is a Chinese citizen and therefore not eligible for formal U.S. consular services.

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ISIS claims stabbing attack in Australia

by Onize Ohikere
Posted 11/09/18, 10:05 am

A terrorist stabbed three people, killing one, during the afternoon rush hour Friday in Melbourne, Australia. The Somali man got out of a pickup truck laden with barbecue gas cylinders that then caught fire. He proceeded to attack three bystanders with a knife. Responding police officers shot him in the chest, and authorities confirmed the man later died in the hospital. The two injured bystanders are also hospitalized.

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New York subway bomber convicted

by Kiley Crossland
Posted 11/06/18, 04:26 pm

A federal jury in New York City Tuesday found a Bangladeshi immigrant who set off a pipe bomb late last year in New York City’s busiest subway station during rush hour guilty of terrorism charges. The defense for Akayed Ullah, 28, claimed he only intended to kill himself on Dec.

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