Over 7 Million in East Africa on Brink of Starvation Amid Pandemic, Violence, and Infestation

Over 7 million people across six East African countries are at the cusp of starvation as communities have faced existential threats from violence, flooding, the pandemic and locust infestation, the evangelical humanitarian organization World Vision has warned. According to the charity, which operates in nearly 100 countries, thousands of children could face death or long-term... Continue Reading →

Photos Taken After Massacre by ISIS in Mozambique That Saw 50 Innocent People Beheaded Show Bodies Strewn on Ground and ‘Help’ Signs Fashioned From Sheets

Previously unseen pictures of the ISIS massacre in Mozambique have been released, showing bodies scattered across roads and people fleeing from the slaughter. Dozens of innocent people were killed when Islamist insurgents launched a raid on the northern town of Palma on March 24, including Briton Philip Mawer. Now, in the shocking pictures obtained by... Continue Reading →

Sudan Confirms Religious Freedom with Nuba Mountains Rebels

Sudan has taken another step toward religious freedom. This time, it is a confirmation. On Sunday, the joint military-civilian Sovereign Council signed a peace agreement with the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N), based in the Nuba Mountains, where there is a significant Christian population. “Freedom of belief and religious practices and worship shall be... Continue Reading →

African Christians Debate if Coronavirus Is God’s Punishment as the Presidents of Burundi and Tanzania Die From It

The Tanzanian government confirmed today that President John Magufuli has died. “It is sad news. Our beloved president passed on at 6 p.m. this evening,” said Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan, who per the East African nation’s constitution will now become its first female president. “We have lost our courageous leader. All flags will be... Continue Reading →

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