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Russia Is Torturing and Targeting Ukrainian Christians, Leaders Tell Speaker Johnson

Russia Is Torturing and Targeting Ukrainian Christians, Leaders Tell Speaker Johnson

Christian leaders in Ukraine have co-signed a letter to U.S. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson asking him to “consider the plight” of believers in the nation who are being persecuted and targeted by Russian soldiers.

Could the Terrorist Attack in Russia Happen Here?

Could the Terrorist Attack in Russia Happen Here?

President Vladimir Putin acknowledged yesterday for the first time that “radical Islamists” executed the bloody assault. As Russia grieves its dead, the world is asking: Are the terrorists who staged the massacre a threat to the rest of us? The answer is: Yes.

How to Respond with Faith When We're Right to Be Afraid

How to Respond with Faith When We're Right to Be Afraid

News broke yesterday that Russia is developing a space-based nuclear weapon that “the United States does not have the ability to counter.” When asked if he could tell Americans not to worry, Mr. Sullivan replied that it was “impossible to answer with a straight ‘yes.’”

As Putin and Kim Jong Un Meet, Russian Pastor Yuri Sipko Is Wanted by Russia for Opposing the War in Ukraine

As Putin and Kim Jong Un Meet, Russian Pastor Yuri Sipko Is Wanted by Russia for Opposing the War in Ukraine

North Korea's Kim Jong Un recently met with Russian President Vladimir Putin. And while no official agreements were made when the pair conversed at Russia’s Vostochny Cosmodrome—a key Russian spaceport—all indications point to an already precarious relationship becoming even more dangerous.

Who Destroyed the Nova Kakhovka Dam in Ukraine? And Why it Matters to You

Who Destroyed the Nova Kakhovka Dam in Ukraine? And Why it Matters to You

It is human nature to prefer a simple explanation – even when it’s wrong – to a more complex one. As a result, it can be easy to ignore inconvenient truths when they muddy the waters of how we would prefer to see a given situation.

With the war in Ukraine, it is simpler to see Ukrainians as valiant heroes fighting in defense of their homeland and Russians as the evil invaders bent on destruction. To be sure, there is a good bit of validity to both characterizations. However, neither side is without fault in this war, and it’s vital that we don’t lose sight of the gray areas in which the truth often resides just because the world seems simpler in black and white.

The International Criminal Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Vladimir Putin

The International Criminal Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Vladimir Putin

The International Criminal Court has issued a warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin's arrest for committing war crimes.

The War in Ukraine Hits 1-Year Mark

The War in Ukraine Hits 1-Year Mark

It's been one year since Russia invaded Ukraine, and officials say more than 8 million Ukrainians have fled the country, and thousands have been killed in the fighting.

According to USA Today, neither Russian leader Vladimir Putin nor Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has indicated they are ready to begin peace talks, possibly extending the yearlong violence and upheaval.

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