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News about what is going on in the continent of Asia from a mission’s perspective.

According to an article by Disrn, certain Japanese students held a mock graduation ceremony using the game Minecraft. Since schools have been cancelled and graduation ceremonies called off because of the coronavirus, these students decided to spend some of their time creating this virtual event.  A father of one of the students called the virtual...
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By Adam Walz, missionary to Taiwan The outbreak of COVID-19 has certainly put the world into an uproar. One specific instance is the heightened military tension between Taiwan and China. They have each been accusing the other of reporting false news. In addition, China has prevented Taiwan from having access to the World Health Organization....
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Tennessee Pastor Bryan Nerren has now been detained in India for over five months. He was originally arrested in India for some issues in customs, but even after he completed all the required paper work and fees India has required, they still are  not letting him go. Recently members of Congress sent a letter to...
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On Tuesday evening, Turkey shot down a Syrian jet. Tensions between Syria and Turkey have been increasing over the past few days. This is the third jet that Turkey has shot down in the last few days. There has been several casualties of the conflict on both sides, as well as many Syrian civilians killed...
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Just over a week ago, Latin America confirmed its first case of the coronavirus in Brazil from a man who had traveled to the Lombardy region of northern Italy. Since then, Mexico, Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Argentine, and Chile also confirmed cases of the virus. The arrival of COVID-19 in Latin America is especially worrisome...
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This week, Turkey shot down two Syrian fighter jets in a move to strengthen their help of Syrian rebel groups against the Russian backed Assad regime. This has obviously caused tension between Russia and Turkey. More fighting could easily break out in the Syrian region causing more deaths and injuries. For more details on what...
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Last night in northern Syria a military strike occurred. This military strike took the lives of at least 33 Turkish soldiers and injured close to 50 more. For more details about what happened, check out this article. Many of those that were killed were in their early 20’s and just starting their lives. One of...
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By Missionary to India Jeff Brown According to IMF’s October World Economic Outlook, India is now the fifth-largest economy in the world. In the past year, it has jumped over both France and the United Kingdom in total GDP (Gross Domestic Product.)  While this is an impressive accomplishment for a country that many people would still...
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According to an article by the Wall Street Journal cases of the new Covid-19 Coronavirus have surged in South Korea. As of Monday February 24th, the total number of confirmed cases has risen to 833. A week ago on February 17th there were only 30 cases. Many of these new cases are tied to a...
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The following is a repost from an articles posted on the ChinaMinistry.org website. The original is in Mandarin Simplified Chinese that was translated into English. I encourage you to read it and pray for the Chinese believers who are there serving to reach their people with the gospel. Here is the letter from the Chinese...
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