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Chile eases total abortion ban

Chile’s constitutional court has voted to approve a bill to ease the country’s total ban on abortions. Pro-abortion activists celebrate outside the constitutional court in Santiago, Chile.Women outside the ...Read More...

Spanish terror cell planned to attack Barcelona’s famous cathedral

The terror cell that struck Barcelona on August 17 and killed 14 people and wounded over a hundred had originally planned to drive three vans packed with explosives into ...Read More...

Christianity grows in North Korea despite persecution

North Korea’s underground Christian community is thriving despite followers of Christ suffering horrific torture and brutal deaths at the hands of the communist government, according to Fox News. According to Open ...Read More...

‘Vote No on same-sex marriage’ : Australian bishops

Rome: Earlier this week the Australian government, led by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, declared that the country will partake in an optional postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage. Australians will ...Read More...

Couple, 91, die in rare double euthanasia

An elderly couple died holding hands surrounded by loved ones in a rare double euthanasia. Nic and Trees Elderhorst, both 91, died in their hometown of Didam, in the Netherlands, ...Read More...

Spanish police stop second attack in Barcelona

Spanish police say they have killed four people in the town of Cambrils to stop a second attempted van attack after an earlier one which killed 13 in Barcelona. ...Read More...

North Korea frees Canadian church leader

Hyeun-soo Lim was convicted of numerous chargesRead More...

Church buys pub to spread the gospel

By Tola Mbakwe Most people would never associate a pub with church, but St Thomas Church in Norwich is getting people to think outside the box. The church bought ...Read More...

Pope Francis pledges action against sexual abuse by priests

Pope Francis has branded sexual abuse of children by Roman Catholic priests a “monstrosity” and pledged action against perpetrators and bishops who protected them. The pope made the comments in ...Read More...

Australian bishops oppose forcing priests to reveal confession details

Vatican City: The bishops of Australia have indicated that they will resist the Royal Commission’s proposal that priests be legally obligated to disclose details of sexual abuse revealed in ...Read More...
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