The sentencing of seven Christians this month to life in prison for the murder that triggered anti-Christian riots in India’s Orissa state resulted from a biased and unfounded conviction, Christian attorneys and leaders said.
As Emmanuel Sunday rode his motorbike near Jos last Thursday evening (Aug. 29), gunmen stopped him and asked him his religion.
The World Council of Churches (WCC) invites its member churches to join a global call to action against corruption – which impacts poor people the most. Studies have shown that every year over 1 trillion US dollars go missing ...
The Galilee Center for Studies in Jewish-Christian Relations hosted hundreds of Jews and Christians from Italy and Israel who came together on June 16 to honor the memory of Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini.
‘Let them have a chance to speak at the Hague, and let the ICC decide’, says Catholic leader , March 13 (World Watch Monitor) —
Amongst their first formal meetings as President and Deputy President-elect of Kenya, Uhuru ...
A senior U.S. diplomat says Washington is pushing hard for tough international sanctions against North Korea following its successful long-range rocket launch last month.
A Canadian man is suing his local government to stop the recitation of the Lord's Prayer before council meetings, saying the practice causes him "anguish, discrimination, exclusion, rejection and loss of enjoyment of life."
The BBC is reporting that Edinburgh City Council in Scotland is to stop holding prayers during its meetings
The World Council of Churches (WCC) announced it has contracted with the Implenia Ltd. construction company for the development of the council's 34,000-square-meter site in Grand-Saconnex, Geneva, including the building of a ne...
African leaders meeting in Ivory Coast are calling for United Nations backing for military intervention in northern Mali, which is currently controlled by rebels.