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Pope urges peace in Mexico's poor, violent corners | Reuters

Feb 13, 2016

Pope urges peace in Mexico's poor, violent corners | Reuters

MEXICO CITY From the U.S. border to the indigenous south, Pope Francis will visit some of the poorest and most violent corners of Mexico on his five-day trip and celebrates Mass on Saturday before an image of the country's patroness, the Virgin of Guadalupe. #Middle East #markets #Latin America #Christianity #opinion
NASA accused of censoring 'Jesus'; Christian employees threaten to sue

Feb 09, 2016

NASA accused of censoring 'Jesus'; Christian employees threaten to sue

US government agency NASA is being accused of illegal censorship by some is Christian employees after the word 'Jesus' was allegedly banned from a newsletter. #Nasa #WeirdNews #Jesus #christian #Praise & Worship Club
Obama cites humanitarian work by Sikh community to talk about strength of faith

Feb 05, 2016

Obama cites humanitarian work by Sikh community to talk about strength of faith

Barack Obama on Friday cited the humanitarian work done by the Sikh community as he spoke about the strength that comes from uniting all faiths against fear. #Sikh #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #TheySaidIt #christians #Ebola #Global poverty
ED seeks to extradite British national in VVIP choppers scam

Feb 04, 2016

ED seeks to extradite British national in VVIP choppers scam

ED has moved an official request in this regard to the Union Home Ministry with the copy of a court-issued non-bailable warrant and a recently notified Interpol Red Corner Notice (RCN) against the said middleman: Christian Michel James. #chopper #NewsTracker #CBI #ED #Agusta Westland #SP Tyagi #Christian Michel James #money laundering act
Churches offer sanctuary as U.N. criticises Australian asylum policy | Reuters

Feb 04, 2016

Churches offer sanctuary as U.N. criticises Australian asylum policy | Reuters

SYDNEY The United Nations on Thursday strongly criticised an Australian court ruling that paves the way for the deportation of dozens of infants born to asylum seekers as church leaders offered sanctuary to refugees at risk of abuse if they were returned to a South Pacific island detention centre. The High Court on Wednesday rejected a legal test case brought by an unidentified Bangladeshi woman that challenged Australia's right to deport detained asylum seekers to Nauru, about 3,000 km (1,800 miles) northeast of Australia. Some 267 people who were brought from Nauru to Australia for medical treatment, including up to 80 children, are now at risk of being returned to the detention centre that houses around 500 people #United States #India #Brazil #Technology #Argentina #Christianity #article
French chef Benoit Violier's suicide casts pall over new Michelin stars

Feb 01, 2016

French chef Benoit Violier's suicide casts pall over new Michelin stars

The culinary world was reeling from the apparent suicide of Benoit Violier, chef of the "world's best restaurant", casting a cloud over the annual Michelin guide's release Monday of its new star ratings in France. #France #NewsTracker #suicide #Michelin #Benoit Violier #Alain Ducasse #Crissier #Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville #La Liste #Christian Le Squer #Bernard Loiseau
Asin, Rahul Sharma's fairytale wedding: A Church ceremony followed by Hindu rituals

Jan 20, 2016

Asin, Rahul Sharma's fairytale wedding: A Church ceremony followed by Hindu rituals

Bollywood actress Asin Thottumkal on Tuesday got married to Micromax founder Rahul Sharma in a Christian wedding ceremony followed by Hindu rituals in New Delhi. #BuzzPatrol #Asin Thottumkal #Rahul Sharma #Christian wedding
Hebrew graffiti at Jerusalem monastery threatens Christians | Reuters

Jan 17, 2016

Hebrew graffiti at Jerusalem monastery threatens Christians | Reuters

JERUSALEM Israel ordered a high-priority police investigation on Sunday into anti-Christian messages scrawled in Hebrew on the walls and doors of a Jerusalem monastery, saying they marked an assault on religious harmony. #Syria #Russia #Crime #United Kingdom #Christianity #events #Judaism
Brother of executed Shi'ite cleric hopes any reaction will be peaceful | Reuters

Jan 02, 2016

Brother of executed Shi'ite cleric hopes any reaction will be peaceful | Reuters

DUBAI The brother of prominent Saudi Shi'ite cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr said on Saturday the family was shocked by news of his brother's execution but hoped that any reaction would be peaceful. Nimr and six other Saudi Shi'ites, including Mohammed al-Nimr's son, Ali, were sentenced to die and to have their bodies publicly displayed, the most severe penalty available to judges in the strict Sunni majority kingdom. They were among 47 people put to death by Saudi Arabia on Saturday for terrorism, an apparent message to both Sunni Muslim jihadists and Shi'ite anti-government protesters that the conservative Islamic kingdom will brook no violent dissent #Politics #Business #Islam #Middle East #markets #Africa #Christianity