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  1. Church of England eyes 're-christenings' after sex changes

    06.19 / 17:51 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (BREITBART) An official of the Church of England suggested that it may allow transgender Christians to be “re-christened” under their new names following a sex change. The proposal is contained in a discussion paper that outlines those who have undergone a sex change cannot be re-baptized but can announce their new names before God through [..…
  2. Van mows down worshipers outside London mosque

    06.19 / 02:54 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (DAILY MAIL) — More than ten pedestrians were hit by a white van that veered onto a pavement near a renowned north London mosque, in what is being described as a ‘terrorist attack.’ One man has been arrested but it is feared two more suspects may be on the run after the van ploughed into…
  3. U.S. shoots down Syrian aircraft for 1st time

    06.19 / 02:54 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (ASSOCIATED PRESS) — WASHINGTON — The U.S. military on Sunday shot down a Syrian Air Force fighter jet that bombed local forces aligned with the Americans in the fight against Islamic State militants, an action that appeared to mark a new escalation of the conflict. The U.S. had not shot down a Syrian regime aircraft [..…
  4. Trump attorney: President not under investigation

    06.18 / 18:09 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (NBC NEWS) — WASHINGTON — An attorney for President Donald Trump was adamant on Sunday that the president is not under investigation, despite the president’s tweets this week referring to one as a “witch hunt.” “Let me be clear here,” said Jay Sekulow, a member of the president’s legal team, on NBC’s “Meet The Press.” [...]…
  5. 'End-of-days' fear as wheat crop fails around world

    06.18 / 17:13 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (BREAKING ISRAEL NEWS) — Wheat harvests around the world are falling dangerously short, raising the possibility that the end-of-days famine prophesied in the Book of Amos as preceding the Messiah has arrived. Israel, the tiny nation that has made its deserts bloom, is poised to be a guiding light in this developing crisis, helping the […
  6. Is this the tablecloth from Jesus' Last Supper?

    06.18 / 16:10 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (ALETEIA) — The Cathedral of Coria, in Extremadura, Spain, took about 250 years to build. Its history is a long and complex one, and some studies indicate that some of the building elements composing the structure date from the first century. According to the doctoral thesis of Maria del Carmen Sanabria Sierra, writing under the […
  7. U.S. forces dealing with readiness 'crisis'?

    06.18 / 03:38 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    The Department of Defense wants a boost in spending to improve the U.S. military’s readiness. But a political activist with the Federation of American Scientists contends assessing military readiness is getting harder, because some of the information needed is no longer being made public, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. Steven Aftergood, who directs the [.…
  8. Jesuit scholar explains why Islam is terroristic

    06.18 / 03:38 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    A Jesuit scholar with expertise in Islam is explaining why Muslims are terroristic and is warning members of his faith not to be taken in by the “liberal-left ideology” that advocates “tolerance” and “concessions.” The verdict and warning comes from Egyptian Greek Melkite Jesuit Father Henri Boulad, who was interviewed by the National Catholic Register.…
  9. Midwife fights demand she help with abortions

    06.17 / 23:47 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    A Christian who was denied employment by several medical clinics in Sweden because she would not assist with abortions is taking her lawsuit for her conscience rights to the European Court of Human Rights. Ellinor Grimmark, a midwife, sued in Sweden after she repeatedly had job offers withdrawn because she would not facilitate abortion procedures in …
  10. London fire: Police say 58 missing, presumed dead

    06.17 / 21:38 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (USA Today) Authorities in London said Saturday that 58 people missing are presumed dead from this week’s fire disaster at a high-rise tower. The update from police came as Prime Minster Theresa May met for more than two hours with survivors of the blaze at her office at 10 Downing Street. May has faced a…
  11. U.N. believes up to 150,000 civilians trapped in Mosul

    06.17 / 21:38 wnd.com Wnd.com - World
    (Associated Press) The United Nations believes up to 150,000 civilians are trapped in Mosul’s Old City where Islamic State extremists want to keep them as human shields — and are shooting people trying to flee, the U.N. humanitarian chief in Iraq said Friday. Since October, U.S.-backed Iraqi forces have been battling IS militants in Mosul, [..…