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Indonesia: Emergency fund open!

It is still unclear what the scale is of the disaster that has struck the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi. Thousands are still missing, and many communities can barely be reached. What is clear is that with widespread destruction and governments focussing on finding survivors and burying bodies, there is a massive need for emergency aid. Our partners have boots on

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Historic summit on Magic Mountain

The leaders of South and North Korea finished their summit with a meeting on top of a volcano. Why is that such a big deal? And can symbolic acts like this help secure a safer future for the Korean peninsula? Paektusan, or mount Paektu on the Chinese-North Korean border is truly an impressive place, even if there are no world

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Pator Abel released!

On Tuesday we received the joyful news that pastor Abel Yang (Yang Hwa) was freed from prison. He spent two and a half years behind bars, facing torture, threats to his family and severe health issues. He is now back with his wife and son, although physically he is in a bad condition. In December 2015 pastor Abel Yang was

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A Good Friday Hero

The soldiers of the Islamic State are self-proclaimed heroes. In their minds, they defy the Western forces of evil and sacrifice their lives to become a martyr for Islam. Last Friday, Redouane Lakdim, a 25 year-old French Moroccan, decided to do just that. He ended up with a bullet in his had on the floor of a supermarket, dragging four

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