CLEVELAND (RNS) Former Ohio autoworker John Demjanjuk died Saturday (March 17) in Germany, ending nearly 35 years of legal battles with officials in three countries who claimed he was a guard in a Nazi death camp. He was ...
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In the virtual space created by The Afghan Women’s Writing Project ( AWWP), women have the freedom to write about whatever they want and they can receive mentoring by a volunteer team of teachers and authors. The war was going...
Wednesday 28th’s twin deadly car bombs in the Christian and Druze suburb of Jaramana in the Syrian capital Damascus appeared to target two communities which so far have not joined the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad'...
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Political ads posted in 10 New York City subway stations that equate criticism of Israel with Islamic terrorism have aroused little response from busy commuters, but a war of words between the group that paid for the ads and ac...
Ten years after the end of the civil war in Angola, the country still remains, despite its best efforts, one of the most unexploded mine-affected countries in the world.
Protestant churches in the Democratic Republic of Congo have issued a "cry of distress" following increased killing and displacement of civilians in the fighting between the army and rebels in the eastern parts of the country.
Global Christian leaders are condemning the destruction on 21 April of the Sudan Evangelical Presbyterian Church Bible School in Khartoum, an incident that occurred amidst escalating hostilities between Sudan and South Sudan.
Reacting to some of the worst fighting between Sudan and South Sudan since the southern country achieved independence last July, two international church groups on 17 April expressed "grave concern" and called for an immediate ...
Black, largely pro-south civilians of Nuba Mountains flee aerial bombing. JUBA, South Sudan, March 20 (CDN) — The “ethnic cleansing” that Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has undertaken against black Africans in the Nuba Mount...