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Twenty-eight Greenpeace activists, a photographer and a videographer are still being held in custody by the Russian authorities.
Scotland is getting it wrong. This is the bold assertion of Blossom: What Scotland Needs to Flourish, a passionate polemic on Scottish culture, society and politics (including key issues like land reform) by award-winning journalist Lesley Riddoch.
Christians around the world took to the streets to pray and ‘shine a light on corruption’ during the EXPOSED Week of Action.
The board of controversial mining giant BHP Billiton is set to be criticised at its AGM next month by an Indonesian activist.
Pastors and peace activists gathered in Korea are holding a 40-day “fasting prayer” in front of the Busan City Hall.
Migrants are reduced to mere commodities, traded and exchanged in the global market, says a churches' declaration.
The rights of indigenous peoples in Guatemala are under threat from large scale extraction of natural resources.
The World Council of Churches is working toward the revival of “Thursdays in Black”, a campaign against sexual and gender-based violence.
A Peace Train has started its journey from Berlin, Germany through Russia and China to northeast Asia and the WCC 10th assembly in Busan, Korea.
Scottish Greens say the latest legal obstacles facing the fan buyout of Dunfermline Athletic show that a new deal for Scottish football fans is needed.