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Sudanese Authorities Finally Allow Meriam Ibrahim to Leave Country
Sudanese Authorities Finally Allow Meriam Ibrahim to Leave Country
Sudanese Authorities Finally Allow Meriam Ibrahim to Leave Country

Sudanese Authorities Finally Allow Meriam Ibrahim To Leave Country

After blocking her departure on a spurious charge of forged travel documents, Sudan today allowed a Christian mother sentenced to die over a false allegation of leaving Islam to leave the country, her attorney said.
 
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Kenya’s Catholic bishops sued after canceling lease for Muslim-run restaurant
Kenya’s Catholic bishops sued after canceling lease for Muslim-run restaurant
Kenya’s Catholic bishops sued after canceling lease for Muslim-run restaurant

Kenya’s Catholic Bishops Sued After Canceling Lease For Muslim-Run Restaurant

The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops is facing a lawsuit over the cancellation of a rental contract for a restaurant operated by a Somali Muslim.
 
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Fresh Fighting, New Blame Game in South Sudan
Fresh Fighting, New Blame Game in South Sudan
Fresh Fighting, New Blame Game in South Sudan

Fresh Fighting, New Blame Game In South Sudan

Officials in Jonglei state on Tuesday accused rebels loyal to former vice president Riek Machar of again violating the January 23 cessation of hostilities agreement by attacking SPLA positions in Ayod County.

 
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Nigerian President Meets with Kidnapped Girls' Parents
Nigerian President Meets with Kidnapped Girls' Parents
Nigerian President Meets with Kidnapped Girls' Parents

Nigerian President Meets With Kidnapped Girls’ Parents

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has met for the first time with some of the parents of the more than 200 schoolgirls who were kidnapped by militant group Boko Haram.
 
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What’s Behind Pope Francis’ Beef With The Mafia?

It began with the murder of an innocent 3-year-old boy who burned to death in his grandfather’s car in a Mafia ambush in January. Pope Francis was so shaken by the death of Nicola “Coco” Campolongo that he spoke out against th...
 
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IRS Agrees To Monitor Churches For Electioneering

The Internal Revenue Service said it will monitor churches and other houses of worship for electioneering in a settlement reached with an atheist group.

 
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With ISIL ‘Caliphate’ Declared, What’s Next?
With ISIL ‘Caliphate’ Declared, What’s Next?
With ISIL ‘Caliphate’ Declared, What’s Next?

ISIS Invades Monastery, Steals ‘Everything’ From Iraqi Christians

After every known Christian is reported to have left Mosul, Islamic State fighters, IS, have now taken over a monastery near the largely Christian town of Qaraqosh, 32 miles southeast of Mosul.According to Agence France Presse ...
 
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South Korea Police: Body of Fugitive Ferry Owner Found
South Korea Police: Body of Fugitive Ferry Owner Found
South Korea Police: Body of Fugitive Ferry Owner Found

South Korea Police: Body Of Fugitive Ferry Owner Found

South Korean police said on Tuesday that a body found last month in the south of the country was that of a fugitive businessman who headed the family that owned the operator of a ferry that capsized in April, killing more than ...
 
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Kyrgyzstan, Flag, National Flag
Kyrgyzstan, Flag, National Flag

KYRGYZSTAN: Orthodox Bishop Banned

Kyrgyzstan's State Commission for Religious Affairs (SCRA) on 14 July refused registration as missionary to Bishop Feodosy, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church in Kyrgyzstan, Forum 18 News Service has learned. Under the Rel...

 
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Chinese Police, Christian Protesters Clash
Chinese Police, Christian Protesters Clash
Chinese Police, Christian Protesters Clash

Chinese Police, Christian Protesters Clash Over Church Cross

Police in eastern China clashed in the middle of the night with Christian protesters massed around their church on Monday, but failed to carry out a government order to remove a cross from the building, according to witnesses a...