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Nigerian mob burns man alive for stealing soup: Media

Lagos:  A mob repeatedly stabbed and burned alive a man for stealing a pot of soup in southern Nigeria, local media reported today. The unidentified victim’s charred corpse was ...Read More...

South African bishops oppose plan to retrench miners

Mining companies plan to retrench thousands as the mining sector grapples with a deepening slide in commodity prices and rising costsRead More...

IS militants behead archaeologist

Palmyra: The archaeologist who looked after ancient ruins of Palmyra in Syria is reported to have been killed by Islamic State (IS) militants. Khaled Asaad was taken hostage by ...Read More...

Why is Christianity growing so quickly in mainland China?

Texas: Christianity is spreading rapidly in China, and it could be because of how well the faith fits in with modern scientific technology. According to the renowned sociologist Rodney ...Read More...

Woman gets pregnant 13 times in 10 years to avoid jail

In a desperate bid to escape jail time, a Chinese woman has gotten pregnant 13 times over the last 10 yearsRead More...

IS chops kidnapped priest

Dozens of kidnapped Arab Christians have been ransomed, tortured, beheaded and killed over the past year, including a priest who was chopped into pieces, in attempts to raise funds ...Read More...

Muslims in Nepal demand a ‘Hindu state’ to protect Islam

Kathmandu: In an unusual move, Muslims in Nepal have backed the ongoing campaign for reinstating the country’s erstwhile Hindu identity, saying they are more “secure” under a Hindu state ...Read More...

3-year-old becomes mayor of US town!

CHICAGO: A 3-year-old boy in the US has become the youngest mayor of a small US town and has been advised by his elder brother who has held the ...Read More...

Catholic archbishop of Erbil: ‘our vibrant Church is dissolving before our eyes’

The ancient Middle Eastern churches are “dissolving” thanks to widespread Christian emigration in the wake of persecution at the hands of jihadists, the Archbishop of Erbil has warned.Read More...

Rosary helped Jesuits to survive Hiroshima atomic bomb

Hiroshima: Seventy years ago, the only wartime use of nuclear weapons took place in the Aug. 6 attack on Hiroshima and the Aug. 9 attack on Nagasaki by the United ...Read More...
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