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Can Egyptian committee tackle sectarian violence?

Egypt (MNN) – In early January, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi created a committee to confront “sectarian incidents”. The announcement came just days after the December 28, 2018 bus bombing which claimed the lives of three Vietnamese tourists and their Egyptian tour guide. Members of the committee include individuals …

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IFES sees growth on campuses across the world.

Int’l (MNN) – Sharing the Good News of Jesus is not just for full-time Christian workers. The International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) encourages university students to live out their faith wherever they are around the world, every day. What is IFES? Andy Moore, Head of Global Communications, explains a …

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Questions follow Nairobi siege

Kenya (MNN) — A fuller “picture” of al-Shabaab’s 19-hour siege in Nairobi is emerging as details continue to pour in. An American businessman and British charity worker are among the dozens of people who fell victim to explosions and gunfire. Citing a statement issued by al-Shabaab, Reuters reports the militants …

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Al-Shabab claims attack on luxurious Nairobi Hotel

Kenya (MNN) – Yesterday the Dusit D2 hotel in the Westlands neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya was attacked. The attack happened around 3pm local time in the city’s ex-pat district. The culprits—the infamous terrorist organization from Somalia, Al Shabab. Sharing more on what happened is DOOR International’s Director of Consulting Services …

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2019: What ‘exciting’ really means.

International (A2/MNN) – Asian Access (A2) is a ministry that is usually ahead of the ‘trend’ curves in the world of missions. A few years back, they announced big goals as part of their Vision2020. (Partners/training) 20 Countries in Asia 100 Church Multiplication Teams/Networks – Japan 1000 Reproducing Churches in …

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Sudan protests approach one-month mark

Sudan (MNN) — Hundreds of protestors in six major cities across Sudan took to the streets this weekend, reports Middle East Monitor. More demonstrations are planned for today and Thursday. People are tired of living in “starvation mode” and they’re calling for a change of leadership. What began mid-December in …

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India’s BJP suffers election losses, could signal change

India (MNN) – India’s Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) recently loss elections in three key states. The implication: Christians can breathe a little easier. Background Under the BJP’s control, Christians in India faced tremendous persecution. The nationalistic agenda the party put forth essentially said that as a Hindu country, …

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