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A 93-year-old man understood to be a former guard at the Auschwitz extermination camp has been arrested by German authorities.
A jet plane crashed into a hangar and exploded into a ball of flames at an airshow near Madrid, Spain on Sunday.
As the opposition levels allegations of fraud following Malaysia's general elections, the director of a Catholic weekly in Malaysia is urging the government not to use religious issues "for political advantage".
An American tour operator has been sentenced to 15 years of compulsory hard labour after being tried by North Korea's highest court for unspecified "hostile acts" against the country.
Lamb meat has been disguised and sold as lamb in China, according to the latest food scandal in the country.
Nigeria's leading bishop has told the European Parliament and other politicians of the threats of corruption and insecurity.
Katherine Russell, the 24-year-old wife of late Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, is currently under scrutiny by authorities after explosive residues were reportedly discovered in the sink and bathtub in the residence that she share with him with their 3-year-old daughter.
Human Rights Watch is urging the Iraqi government to cancel revocations of TV station licences
On Sunday, Malaysians head to the polls for what could be the most critical general elections in the country's history.
Jon Dobbs spent 20 years working in the dog section of the Metropolitan Police and is now looking forward to a new chapter of his life leading anti-poverty charity Rope.
Sudan has stepped up its arrests and deportations of Christians, with interrogation including threats to bury them alive, sources said.
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A series of events will be taking place in June to mark the 40th anniversary of the link between the Diocese of Salisbury and the Episcopal Church of the Sudan.
There are reports that imprisoned Pastor Saeed Abedini has been placed in solitary confinement in an Iranian prison.
Churches in Syria will unite in prayer on Saturday 11 May in many places around the war-torn nation
Churches and individual Christians are signing up to pray for North Korea over the next two years.
The nephew of bishop Yohanna Ibrahim said he hopes Syrian Christians will not use the incident as an incentive to flee the country.
Council of Europe tells member states to respect conscience and accommodate religious beliefs in the public sphere
A desperate attempt to discover whether family are safe in Syria
More than half of evangelical Christians (52 per cent) view Islam as "essentially a violent religion," a new report from Barna Group reveals, though only about a quarter (26 per cent) of all American adults feel the same way.