Several of the most well-known leaders of Hong Kong's pro-democracy campaign are also devout Christians. The same goes for many of the protesters in the streets, who can be seen at protests praying and singing religious hymns. But the Christian faithful are divided over the issues at stake.
Christian missionaries are in Beijing for the Olympics, and they can't preach or hand out leaflets, but as The World's Katy Clark reports, some Evangelicals hope to find a way to share their faith at the Beijing games.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the Rev. Franklin Graham, son of the evangelical Christian leader Billy Graham. Franklin Graham says Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir shouldn't be removed from power. Graham spoke with Bashir earlier today.
The World's Gerry Hadden reports on an ambitious new plan announced by the Europe Union to resettle more refugees from around the world. It's partly to distribute them more equally around Europe. But it's also an attempt to lower immigration.
The kind of faith we just heard about may be in evidence on the streets of Port-au-Prince too. Several news reports from the earthquake-stricken city quote an often heard Creole phrase. ?Beni Swa Leternel? ? or ?Blessed be the Lord.?