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The campaign group Republic has criticised Nick Clegg for “railroading” his succession bill through parliament without allowing a full debate on the monarchy.
The European Council has gven the green light to a financial transaction tax which will cover inter-bank trading in shares, bonds and derivatives.
India's Supreme Court has banned tourists from travelling along the road which cuts through a tribal reserve in the Andaman Islands
The Armenian church in Jerusalem is perched on the verge of a new era following the election today of its new Patriarch, Archbishop Nourhan Manoogian.
Armed opposition groups appear to have deliberately destroyed religious sites in mixed areas of Northern Syria, at the end of 2012, Human Rights Watch says.
The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem has begun one of the most momentous events in the 2,000 year-old history of the Armenian presence in the Holy Land.
Some highly varied responses have been forthcoming to PM David Cameron's promise of an 'in/out' referendum on UK European Union membership.
The Scottish Refugee Council wants Glasgow 2014’s volunteer criteria changed to allow asylum seekers to be volunteers at the Commonwealth Games.
A survey by the NASUWT teaching union offers further evidence of decline in the provision of subjects not included in the English Baccalaureate.
Drawing on the Indian churches’ experience of disunity around casteism, churches around the world are celebrating the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.