RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY

RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY

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  1. Demostrators block a street with a barricade in Cali on May 5, 2021

    Pressure mounts on Colombia as protests begin second week

    Thousands of demonstrators poured into Colombia's streets Wednesday to protest the government of President Ivan Duque, marking an eighth day of ...
  2. A pilgrim prays during Easter Holy Week in Haiti, which was roiled by the kidnapping of several

    Catholic clergy kidnapped in Haiti are released: Church group

    The remaining Catholic clergy who were kidnapped in Haiti earlier in April have been released, including a French priest and nun, a missionary ...
  3. Members of the Uyghur community hold placards on April 22, 2021 as they demonstrate to call on the

    US sees genocides against Uighurs and Armenians but consistency elusive

    In 1994, as 800,000 mostly Tutsi people were beaten, hacked to death or shot dead in a 100-day bloodbath in Rwanda, the United States hesitated to ...
  4. Gotcha, a Ukrainian soldier of Georgian origin, rests in a dugout in the village of Shyrokyne

    Ukraine soldiers on alert despite Russia's drawdown

    With gunfire crackling in the distance, soldiers on Ukraine's eastern frontline say there has been little let-up in fighting since Russia pulled ...
  5. Once an integral part of the Ottoman Empire's multifaceted society, only 60,000 ethnic

    Turkey's Armenians keep heads down after genocide recognition

    Members of Turkey's tiny Armenian community have kept a low profile since US President Joe Biden recognised the Armenian genocide, fearing ...
  6. Thousands of people of Armenian descent and their supporters march through Hollywood in 2019 in

    Biden expected to label 1915 massacre of Armenians as genocide

    US President Joe Biden's reported plan to formally recognise as genocide the World War I-era killings of 1.5 million Christian Armenians by the ...
  7. Idriss Deby Itno had ruled Chad with iron fist for three decades

    Chad's president Deby dies after fighting rebels on battlefield: army

    Chad's President Idriss Deby Itno has died on the battlefield after three decades in power, the army announced on state television on Tuesday.
  8. Nigerian army has been battling a jihadist insurgency in the northeast for more than a decade

    Hundreds fleeing militant attacks on Nigerian town

    Hundreds of residents of the northeast Nigerian town of Damasak were fleeing into neighbouring Niger on Wednesday (Apr 14) trying to escape days ...
  9. President Joe Biden speaks from the Treaty Room in the White House

    'It's time to end the forever war': US withdrawal from Afghanistan to begin on May 1

    President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday (Apr 14) it's "time to end" America's longest war with the unconditional withdrawal of troops from ...
  10. A Ukrainian soldier stands guard on the frontline with Russia-backed separatists. Clashes have

    G7 urges Russia to stop 'provocations,' de-escalate on Ukraine

    The Group of Seven leading economic powers on Monday called on Russia to stop its "provocations" and "de-escalate tensions" following its troop ...