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South African judge orders Sudan President Omar al-Bashir detained

A South African judge on Sunday ordered authorities to prevent Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is in South Africa for an African Union summit, from leaving the country because ...Read More...

420 stones removed from Chinese man’s kidney

He Dong ate too much gypsum tofu, a local food with a high concentration of calcium sulphateRead More...

Paedophile priests: Pope Francis set up tribunal

Pope Francis has approved the creation of a tribunal to hear cases of bishops accused of covering up child abuse by paedophile priests.Read More...

1,500-year-old church discovered near Jerusalem

Jerusalem —  A 1,500-year-old church from the Byzantine era was unexpectedly discovered during the course of works to widen a highway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Israel officials said ...Read More...

A year after ISIS invasion, religious minorities in Mosul could disappear

Washington D.C., — One year after ISIS invaded Mosul, the Iraqi city’s diverse religious heritage is on the verge of extinction, warned a U.S. government commission on Tuesday. If ...Read More...

Pope addresses challenges faced by women

The pope addressed an international conferenceRead More...

Rare solar halo appears at Romero beatification

Romero oversaw the diocese of San Salvador from 1977 until March 24, 1980, when he was shot and killedRead More...

Migrant children face labour, sex exploitation in Italy

Rome — In a cavernous market just outside Rome, migrant boys from North Africa shunt trolleys stacked high with crates of melons, garlic, tomatoes, strawberries and other Italian produce. ...Read More...

Ship sinks in China’s Yangtze river, hundreds feared dead

The ship had 450 people on boardRead More...

Church urged to adopt references to God as female

London — Support is growing within the Church of England to rewrite its official liturgies to refer to God as female following the selection of the first women bishops. ...Read More...
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