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Christian population of Iraq, Syria halved since 2011

Armsteram, Netherlands – A new report estimates that between 50 and 80 percent of Christians have fled the countries of Iraq and Syria since the start of the Syrian Civil ...Read More...

Church destroyed, Christians detained in China’s Henan province

Shangqiu: Local authorities in China’s Henan province reportedly destroyed a Christian church building last month, beating parishioners who tried to stop the demolition and detaining 40, the group China ...Read More...

Seven dead, 59 injured in China kindergarten blast: Report

Beijing: An explosion rocked a kindergarten in eastern China on Thursday, killing at least seven people and injuring dozens, authorities said, as state media published images showing bloodied and ...Read More...

Pope’s cardinal advisers want laity to join bishops’ selection

Vatican CityY: Pope Francis and members of his international Council of Cardinals have discussed the possibility of allowing local bishops rather than the Vatican decide on whether permanent deacons ...Read More...

Two Asians join Vatican’s Pontifical Academy for Life

Father Tomi Thomas, is the former director-general of the Catholic Health Association of India Read More...

Mosques, gurdwaras and churches help survivors of London fire

London: Mosques, gurdwaras and churches in West London have opened their doors to offer assistance to the survivors of a huge fire that engulfed a 24-storey residential tower block ...Read More...

Vatican tailors, cobblers try to adapt to Francis’s ‘papal athleisure’

Pope Francis's emphasis on simplicity and frugality is a hit all around the world, but it's produced just a bit of backlash among fashion-conscious Italians, including an exclusive club ...Read More...

Gunman shoots US Congressman

The injured included Republican Congress member from Louisiana Steve ScaliseRead More...

Rain-triggered landslides kill over 100 in Bangladesh

Heavy monsoon rain has triggered landslides in south-east Bangladesh, with officials reporting 100 people killed, including five soldiers. A spokesman for the Rangamati district administration said at least 60 ...Read More...

Muslim workers offer Maghrib prayers in Al Ain church

St George Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Simhasana Cathedral organises iftar get-togetherRead More...
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