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Heavy monsoon rains threaten Rohingya refugee camps

Bangladesh (MNN) — They have survived genocide, rape, beatings, and hunger. But now the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh have to survive a new threat: monsoon rains. The Rohingya people are a stateless minority from Myanmar who fled ethnic violence. Many of them ended up in Bangladesh. While the repatriation process …

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DOOR answers Macedonian Call in South Sudan

South Sudan (MNN) — The “Macedonian Call” from Acts 16 is fairly well-known in Great Commission circles. The term usually refers to a Spirit-led desire to make Christ known in an unreached region or people group. “There was a man from Macedonia who was asking him (Paul) and pleading with …

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U.S. withdraws from U.N. Human Rights Council

United States (MNN) — The United States has announced it will withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council. But FMI’s Bruce Allen says this decision was not made hastily. U.S. Acts on Previous Warnings Current U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley has been stating for months that the …

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Human rights, religious freedom concerns turn spotlight on Iran

Iran (MNN) — Iranian officials have arrested one of the nation’s top human rights defenders, raising alarm from watchdog groups like Amnesty International.  The arrest comes on the heels of criticism from the U.S. State Department regarding Iran’s “gross religious freedom violations.” Behaviors like these are typical of Iran’s leaders, …

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Leadership training for church planting

International (MNN) – Globally, as many as 85 percent of evangelical churches are led by pastors with no formal biblical training. “We don’t really see it so much in the U.S. because most of our pastors have the training, but it’s not the reality, especially in places that World Mission …

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Healing schools for refugee children

International (MNN) – World Refugee Day, June 20, is a day that remembers those 65.3 million refugees who have been forced from their homes due to violence, conflict, and natural disasters. It remembers all that they have lost and all whom they have lost. It is a day for the …

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Outside pressures threaten SGA churches in Chechnya

Russia/Chechnya (MNN) — The recent ISIS attack on a church in Grozny, the capital of Chechnya, has people wondering are churches in the area in danger? Despite the religious culture of the region, governments aren’t okay with radicalism. History of Unrest Chechnya, which lays between the Caspian and Black seas …

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