Prophecy News Watch - March 6, 2023

Around the World
Russian Forces Encircle Ukraine’s Bakhmut City (Worthy News Radio)
The chief of the Russian paramilitary group Wagner says his fighters have practically encircled Bakhmut, the eastern Ukrainian city the Kremlin has been trying to seize for months. But as Stefan Bos reports, Russian and Ukrainian forces are fighting in the streets as Moscow doesn't control the eastern city yet.
Belarus Jails Belarus Nobel Peace Winner For 10 Years; Others Also Sentenced
A court in autocratically-ruled Belarus has sentenced Ales Bialiatski, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in November, “to 10 years imprisonment,” said Viasna, the rights group he helped found.
Orbán: ‘Hungary Dragged Into War’
Hungary’s nationalist prime minister has accused the United States and the European Union of dragging his nation into war.
Death Toll Greece Train Crash Rising To Nearly 60
Authorities in Greece say at least 57 people are now known to have died in the nation’s deadliest train disaster and one of the worst in Europe in years.
U.S., South Korea to revive large-scale military drills amid North Korea threat
The United States and South Korea will revive a massive springtime joint military exercise this month, both countries announced Friday, returning to a scale not seen in five years in response to growing missile and nuclear threats from North Korea.
Panama rejects same-sex marriage in landmark court case; not a ‘human right’
Panama’s Supreme Court has ruled against same-sex marriage, saying that it is not a human right, closing the door to establishing the practice through judicial ruling.
Russia and Iran secret nuclear deal would allow uranium transfers to Tehran’s illicit weapons program: sources
Amid the International Atomic Energy Agency’s disclosure this week that the Islamic Republic of Iran accumulated near weapons-grade enriched uranium for its alleged nuclear weapon program, Fox News Digital has learned that Iran has allegedly secured secret deals with Russia to guarantee deliveries of uranium.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Anti-judicial reform protesters defy police, block major roads in Tel Aviv
Israelis demonstrating in Tel Aviv on Saturday night against the government’s judicial reform plan defied police orders and attempted to block major roads and highways, leading to limited clashes.
Top U.S. general in Israel for talks on regional security issues
he top U.S. military officer, Army General Mark Milley, arrived in Israel on Friday for talks with his Israeli counterparts on regional security issues.

Inside the United States
Now that pandemic aid has vanished, bankruptcies are on the rise
The end of federal pandemic aid is putting many Americans and businesses under mounting financial pressure, leading to a spike in bankruptcies.
US Senate Allows Foreign Nationals, Illegal Aliens, to Vote in Local D.C. Elections
Because the Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate failed to block it, a new District of Columbia law will allow non-citizens -- foreign nationals and illegal aliens -- to vote in local elections.

Christian News
Egypt Removes Adopted Baby From Christians
Christians have launched a campaign for a 5-year-old Egyptian Coptic boy who was reportedly taken away from his adoptive parents by Egyptian authorities at age four and forced to become a Muslim.
Revival Goes Nationwide, Hits Theaters After ‘Jesus Revolution’ Film as Well as ORU, Portland, Ohio State
The move of God that began as the Asbury Awakening is becoming increasingly decentralized as it spreads across the country. It's popping up in all types of spots, from secular colleges to theaters to youth events to special church services, with passionate responses to God's outpouring of His Holy Spirit.
Suffering Churches Help Earthquake Victims
Suffering churches in one of the areas hardest hit by last month’s devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria are still “delivering aid and letting people know they are not forgotten,” a spokesperson said Thursday.